Re: Installing lenny on mtd0 of Sheeva Plug
I can't access my sheeva plug right now, but if I remember correctly mtd0 is
for uboot, mtd1 for the kernel and mtd2 for the system, so you would need to
flash the kernel to mtd1
But that does work in fact, just remember to reflash whenever Martin publishes
a new kernel.
On Martins Debian there is also the flash-kernel script, maybe see if it can
actually flash as well, I only used it to create proper uImage and uInitrd
Am Montag, 21. September 2009 21:20:01 schrieb Douglas Lopes Pereira:
> Hi guys,
> I would like to install debian lenny on the flash (mtd0) of my Sheeva Plug.
> When using ubuntu, I'm used to get uImage and burn it directly to mtd0
> using nandwrite command and copying kernel modules to its destination.
> Can I do the same with debian lenny uImage?
> Is there a guide to do that? Can anyone guide me through?
> Thank you in advance.