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Re: How to change the kernel command line for the NSLU2

Useful Wiki page, Gordon.

I've just been updating my FatSlug from an old bootstrapped SlogOS/LE to a proper Debian/NSLU2. I had a little trouble in that Apex crashed with my hacked (64M RAM) Redboot, so I had to remove my hack. Now I need to play with the Apex environment to reinstate the fatness...

Here's the question. What version of Apex is in Martin Michlmayr's "etch-modified-mtdblock2.bin"? Or has anyone got a pre-built mtdblock2, padded with 0xff and containing a new version of Apex?
(I think I need 1.4.17 to get the sdram-init and memscan commands.)


Gordon Farquharson wrote:
Hi All

I have updated the NSLU2-Linux Wiki page [1] on how to change the
kernel command line that is stored in APEX (the second stage
bootloader). Please let me know if you find any problems.


[1] http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Debian/ChangeKernelCommandLine

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