From: Daniel Haas <daniel.haas@ni...> - 2010-09-15 10:11:40
Hi List, :-)
I'm playing around for quite a while with the overo-board now and still
couldn't get one thing to work, which i need.
As you know, the overo-board boots from an inserted microSD-card by default.
I have to boot it from the internal NAND flash, even if a microSD-card is
inserted (and cannot be removed).
The best-fitting command for this would be "nboot - boot from NAND device",
which results in the error "** No boot device **". "boot" and "bootd" both
are booting from the microSD-card. When i do "nboot --help", an optional
parameter "partition" might also be interesting, but i do not know what to
enter there, because the JFFS filesystem in the monitor is not working, or
may not be needed (no idea..). I tried some values, starting from 0 to some
imaginary paths. Didn't work.
So, does anyone know how to boot the factory default Angstrom-Linux on the
NAND-Flash via the monitor, even if a microSD-card is inserted?
PS: yes, the board boots from nand-flash when i remove the microSD-card, so
the factory image isn't damaged.
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