On Tuesday 25 August 2009 11:37:35 am Lluís Batlle wrote:
The debian people use not only a kernel to boot, but also an initrd
image. I can't remember if also fedora uses it.
This is why I'd like to work out the recipe and put it in the wiki. There's a
lot more info floating around the web for doing this on Ubuntu
As the kernel, you have to load that image into memory, and then
that address as a second parameter to bootm. The first parameter is
the memory address of the kernel. If the fedora people provide also an
initrd, pass its memory address as the second parameter to bootm.
Btw, why you have an apostrophe between "bootm" and the
The kernel I was using comes from here:
Farther down on the page is using it by tftp, so I assumed that is the