LTIB Creating Uimage Uboot

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LTIB Creating Uimage Uboot

U-boot expects uImage format for the kernel image.

In order to LTIB generate a uImage file:

$ export SYSCFG_KTARG=uImage $ ./ltib -p kernel 

Setup in U-Boot the kernel bootargs:

u-boot> setenv bootargs noinitrd console=ttymxc0,115200 init=/linuxrc root=/dev/nfs nfsroot= ip=dhcp 

Change to your host IP.

The procedure above is needed when default bootloader used by ltib was redboot.

In some ltib releases (before 2010) default bootloader is u-boot. In this case, ltib will create uImage by default

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