should all SD-bootable boards have CONFIG_MCI_WRITE enabled?
Robert P. J. Day
rpjday at crashcourse.ca
Wed Feb 8 08:43:27 EST 2012
with boards like the beagle and panda that can boot off of SD cards,
shouldn't all boards like that have CONFIG_MCI_WRITE enabled so that
one could write the environment back with "saveenv"?
currently, omap3530_beagle_defconfig *doesn't* have that set, which
produces (on my xM):
barebox at Texas Instrument's Beagle:/ saveenv
could not open /dev/env0: Read-only file system
now, that *could* be because i have no /dev/env0 file given how my
environment was configured (i have only /dev/defaultenv), but even if
i did have a /dev/env0, wouldn't i still need MCI_WRITE to save my
the obvious proposed patch is to add CONFIG_MCI_WRITE=y to both the
beagle and panda defconfig files. does that sound right? any other
boards for which that would be appropriate?
Robert P. J. Day Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA
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