Bug#550584: Initial triggers patch and tracking of highest kernel
2011/3/10 Loïc Minier <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Ah thanks; sorry that it's not working, do you have the log of running
> flash-kernel/kernel updates etc.?
Sorry I do not keep any logs, I'll do next time.
>> 1. Chainload boot, at first boot load the usual kernel then call the
>> new one with kexec, if everything is fine then the user can replace
>> old kernel with new kernel, else the kexec call fails and leaves you
>> with old kernel.
> Sure, that's a nice approach; kexec doesn't work reliably on all
> platforms though, but that would be an option for platforms which
> support it. There are various efforts to provide such an UI, petitboot
> or kboot for instance.
We got this running in a board of ours, it is provided by a script in
the initrd, it loads a kernel from NOR then chain loads into kernel
provided by rootfs. I guess that would be a separated bug report.
Yet another comment, when installing a cross compiled kernel it does
not contain an initramfs, so it would be nice if the hook in
flash-kernel takes care of it too.
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