Re: Please test debian-installer rc1 images
we are trying to install in NAND only, but now i come across embedian toolchain will support to create custom kernel and initrd. is it worthful?
On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 7:43 PM, Riku Voipio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 12:12:55PM +0530, Sivakumar.R.J wrote:Installing debian using custom kernel and standard d-i initrd is
> We are trying to create initrd and zImage for our customized IMX31 armel
> board ( in which we have tested debian chroot successfully). We need to
> boot the debian from the redboot. Is it possible to boot the debian with
> you provided initrd and kernel image. If not please provide me the
> information to create our own initrd and kernel zImage to boot the debian
> filesystem from redboot.We are using freescale LTIB provided cross
> compiler tool ,zImage and rootfs.jffs2 and we are going to use the same
> drivers .kindly direct me in correct path.
Notice that d-i does not support installing to NAND and does not support
jffs2 filesystem at the moment, so this is mostly usefull on installing
to a MMC/SD compatible card or USB connected mass storage device.