[H2200-port] LAB - labmtd.c fixed, managed to boot a kernel on h2200 with LAB
joshua at joshuawise.com
Tue Sep 28 15:28:08 EDT 2004
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| I fixed the labmtd.c for the h2200. If you check my CVS log I mentioned
| the shamcop_nand module defines a static partition at
Ah, I see. You added code to remove the partition that shamcop_nand
defined. Cool. I'm not sure that this is the right way to do this,
though. cc:ing to linux-mtd.
| The lab tried to define other partitions over this regardeness of the
| defined one.
| Yesterday I committed a small change in the assembly part of the
| armboot module.
| Actually Joshua committed as I've seen. :) btw. Thanks Joshua.
Okay. I have some local diffs to armboot that get rid of the
get_mtd_partitions since it was not properly #ifdef'ed, and because it
was hardcoded to "ipaq:". CC'ing to MTD list also about that.
| Today I managed to boot a kernel via mtd driver as well as ymodem.
| So LAB is really booting a kernel now!
Excellent! For fun, try booting LAB from LAB. :) It should work (in
fact, I've tested it recently.)
Out of curiousity, what space on the MTD device are you using to store
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