[ECOS] change default RedBoot "fis load" and "exec" - how?
Mon Jul 10 12:12:00 GMT 2006
Gary Thomas wrote:
>> I compiled my own kernel, saved it to /dev/mtd2 (kern2), and boot it
>> as follows:
>> RedBoot> fis load -b 0x00020000 kern2
>> RedBoot> exec
>> To do this, I have to ctrl+C when device boots, and type the
>> appropriate "fis load..." and "exec" commands.
>> Is there an easy way to make these new "fis load..." and "exec"
>> commands the default ones for RedBoot?
>> I don't have a JTAG pinout for this device, so I wouldn't like to
>> compile RedBoot from scratch, then flash it, and possibly brick the
>> I checked RedBoot documentation, but didn't find any commands to just
>> update the default startup commands.
> These commands are modified using the 'fconfig' command.
Thanks a lot, that was it!
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