Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of newport/boot


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Timestamp:
08/01/2018 04:41:48 PM (15 months ago)
Author:
Cale Collins
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fixed broken link

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    131131Gateworks releases disk images that can be easily flashed using the U-Boot Bootloader (see [wiki:newport#serial-ethernet here]). These disk images contain a partition table so they are tailored to the specific device size they are intended for. Additionally they are configured for a small partition size to keep flash programming time at a minimum. This requires resizing the rootfs filesystem in order to take advantage of the remaining flash space.
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    133 Once you have a root filesystem directory/tarball and have a kernel Image you can create a compressed disk image that can be installed easily from the bootloader (see [wiki:newport#firmware-update newport/firmware-update]).
     133Once you have a root filesystem directory/tarball and have a kernel Image you can create a compressed disk image that can be installed easily from the bootloader (see [wiki:/newport/firmware newport/firmware]).
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    135135The basic steps to create a bootable image of your Linux based OS are: