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Re: APEX, NSLU2, skip stuff

Marc Singer wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 14, 2006 at 09:31:48AM +0930, Rod Whitby wrote:
>> It was my request that the FIS partition which starts at the Linksys
>> RamDisk location contains a valid SerComm header (just like the first
>> kernel partition).  As for subsequent partitions, I see no reason to put
>> a SerComm header on them.
> That's what I thought.  Perhaps you can convince Martin.  ;-)

I thought that's what we'd all agreed on :-(

>> So an APEX-managed flash image has the same number of SerComm headers in
>> the same locations as a standard Linksys flash image.  That's all I'm
>> asking for.  I'd prefer that there were no other SerComm headers added
>> to any other partitions.
> I, too, would prefer that.  In fact, if we were to do that, we could
> should the kernel partition to skip the initial sercomm header as well
> as the one in the middle (which we are already skipping).  This would
> then present the same view of the kernel we do for the initrd.
>   apex> copy fis://kernel $bootaddr
>   apex> copy fis://ramdisk $ramdiskaddr
> Now that's clear.


-- Rod

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