QUOTE(Chero @ Jul 5 2007, 03:04 PM)
QUOTE(Deviant25 @ Jul 5 2007, 01:00 PM)
QUOTE(Chero @ Jul 5 2007, 07:50 AM)
QUOTE(Deviant25 @ Jul 5 2007, 01:40 AM)
Hi, i was wondering if someone could compile a 2.6 kernel and modules for me to be used under u-boot, that looks for the sd card for root to boot instead of the internal micro drive on the 3100? I am wanting to do that the u-boot + debian thread describes, but the link for the 3100 kernel that boots off the sd card is down. I currently away from home and don't have access to build things.
What do you want to boot ?
The "original" uboot can do it already, if you want to boot pdaX from SD or internal MD.
I was looking to boot the armel debian from the "debian+uboot" thread, i've gotten it to boot off hda1 on the microdrive, but that was after flashing a new kernel in that thread and putting the modules in the debian root on hda1.
How can I set uboot to boot debian from SD without flashing a new kernel?
Try holding "1", "2", "3" or "4" when booting.
I guess "1" is for "SD".
thanks, that does choose the rootfs!
but i have another problem now, with the default pdaxrom kernel if i do this, then it sits forever at:
freeing init memory: 80k
regardless of what i choose, any idea? this does not happen with the modified kernel from the uboot + debian thread that boots off hda1