Re: NSLU2 Linux
Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> * Szafran <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2006-08-18 00:01]:
>> I'm using Debian on NSLU2. Great job by the way. I was wondering if
>> i replace the memory chips and place in larger replacements will the
>> debian recognize and use the extended memory ??
> Not by default, no. I assume that you can change the cmd line passed
> to the kernel by RedBoot if you have a serial console but I'm not
> entirely sure. I'm CCing Rod Whitby who probably knows.
You cannot change the cmdline in the NSLU2 RedBoot. You need to use
APEX (either as a first or second-stage bootloader) to be able to do this.
FatSlugs require modifications to both the bootloader (for SDRAM config
changes) and the kernel (for cmdline changes).