Craig Hughes wrote:
> On Mar 23, 2005, at 4:49 PM, Keichii Moto wrote:
> > Craig Hughes wrote:
> >> On Mar 21, 2005, at 9:10 PM, Keichii Moto wrote:
> >>> Hello,
> > Hi Craig,
> Hi Keichii
> >>> I want to know whether u-boot can boot zImage or
> >> not.
> >>> I tested it, it can't :-(
> >> Well, it can, but indirectly.
> > Would you tell me how to do? Thank you.
> See below about wrapping the zImage with a uImage.
> >>> If I want u-boot to zImage, would you tell me
> >> to
> >>> do? Thank you very much.
> >> If you have a zImage, you can convert it to a
> >> by running the
> >> mkimage program which the buildroot creates in
> >> $(STAGING_DIR)/bin -- or
> >> when building the kernel, just make uImage
> >> of make zImage --
> >> the kernel tree knows how to build a uImage these
> >> days.
> > Yes, it does work, but I want to know how to boot
> > using
> > zImage instead of uImage...
> You can't, directly. You have to wrap the zImage in
> a uImage. Why
> don't you want to do that?
I'm sorry about that. I should use uImage instead of
zImage. Sorry for the confusion.
> >>> BTW, why u-boot 1.1.1 or 1.1.2 doesn't have
> >> bootelf
> >>> command? How do I enable it if I want? Thanks.
> >> You can turn it on by editing
> >> u-boot-1.1.2/include/configs/gumstix.h
> >> following the directions in the u-boot docs.
> >> pretty easy.
> > #define CONFIG_COMMANDS ( CONFIG_CMD_DFL \
> > | CFG_CMD_ELF \
> > ....)
> > Doesn't it mean it support bootelf command?
> > If not, can you give me some hints? Thanks.
> Yes -- that should then support the bootelf command
> -- I had thought
> I'd turned it on, but didn't check when I got your
> original email.
Would you take the time to check? Thanks.
I tried 1.1.1 and 1.1.2, can't find bootelf
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