linux booting

Wolfgang Denk wd at
Tue Aug 27 01:12:46 EST 2002


in message <000901c24cfd$de617140$0141b73d at leeyang> you wrote:
> >
> I have read it before,but only for module or application,
> not for kernel and ppcboot,someone told me because of
> ppcboot's relocation,so it is difficult in some externd.

See the Q+A section

> However,new ones come:
> kernel can not find init in the ramdisk!
> the initrd had been tested in the old kernel and can mount fs
> and entering a little strange:(
> the only reason I am wondering is the compiler!
> the file in the initrd were compiled with HHL1.2 ppc compiler.
> and the kernel was created with eldk.
> Is that make sense?

That should be no problem.

Wolfgang Denk

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