command bootu to start kernel

Marc Kleine-Budde mkl at
Fri Oct 29 05:26:14 EDT 2010

On 10/29/2010 11:21 AM, Belisko Marek wrote:
>>>> do you have a "MEM=32" on your command line?
>>> Well I add it but same result:
>> BTW: It must be "mem=", in lowercase, but you did this.
>> What I was meant to ask was, if you forget to add the "M" to "32".
>> Because with mem=32 you tell Linux just to use 32 bytes of memory. Maybe
>> your ATAGs are broken, Linux might not see the whole RAM or any if it.

> yes it was typo I forgot put M after 32. Kernel now properly boot :).

How much RAM you you have? Adjust mem= accordingly.

> U-boot somehow
> add kernel this parameter? Because for u-boot I don't need to set this
> parameter.

Nope - u-boot and barebox set up this information in the ATAG list.
Seems something is broken with your ATAG list.

cheers, Marc

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