partitions (your discussion at http://lists.infradead.org)
baruch at tkos.co.il
Sat Aug 22 13:44:35 PDT 2015
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On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 10:27:22PM +0200, Zoltán Sebők wrote:
> Can you please give more details? How does the syntax look like?
See the syntax at
> Assuming that this command is being executed after my scripts have run,
> there are several other scripts inside /env/init. Unfortunately, I don't
> have the device here right now to look. So, could you give me a hint, where
> to look for it, when I can get hands on the device again?
There is no standard location of that command. Just grep your /env scripts for
> Am 22. August 2015 22:15:49 MESZ, schrieb Baruch Siach <baruch at tkos.co.il>:
> >On Fri, Aug 21, 2015 at 02:32:31PM +0200, Zoltán Sebök wrote:
> >> My issue is a bit different than this, but I don't know who to
> >> instead. However, the same thing is, that I get this error message...
> >> stat /dev/nand0.xload.bb: No such file or directory
> >> ...when tying to erase the MLO partition (nand0.xload.bb) of the NAND
> >> flash. This is from *inside a script, using this line:*
> >> cp /boot/swm/MLO /dev/nand0.xload.bb
> >> This is the first step my script does after mounting the SD card.
> >> purpose is a complete NAND flash update task.
> >> Maybe important: The script that I use for the flashing isn't
> >> directly via /env/init. Instead of that it sits on the SD card's FAT
> >> partition and is being invoked by another script which is located in
> >> /env/init.
> >> When I alter my script to your solution...
> >> cp /boot/swm/MLO /dev/nand0.xload
> >> ...it drops the same error. My script has error checking, so it stops
> >> this point.
> >> Same on all other partitions:
> >> cp /boot/swm/barebox.bin /dev/nand0.barebox.bb
> >> cp /boot/swm/linuximage /dev/nand0.kernel.bb
> >> When I invoke my original flash script manually inside barebox,
> >> goes fine.
> >> So, what's the matter with barebox?
> >> I am new to linux especially learnt about barebox just a few days
> >ago, so
> >> please explain in details, what to do to get this working from inside
> >> script.
> >Make sure that the 'addpart' command runs before any other command that
> >attempts to access /dev/nand0.*.bb.
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