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I am using u-boot from the omapzoom .
ext2load gives the following error
** ext2fs_devread() read error - block
But if I use the the below git
git://git.denx.de/u-boot.git on panda Board the ext2load works fine.But same u-boot has problems working on omap4460
Can you please guide me to right source of u-boot which works on omap4460 with ext2load/ext4load working
Why are you trying to use ext2load? I recommend that you look at the omappedia release notes for the release that you are interested in (Ice Cream Sandwich, Jellybean, etc), such as: http://www.omappedia.com/wiki/4AI.1.7_OMAP4_Icecream_Sandwich_Release_Notes Use the x-loader and u-boot as mentioned in the release notes.
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In reply to Gina Glaser:
I want to use ext2load to load filesytem and kernel from MMC to memory.
I used the u-boot mentioned above but still it did not work
mmc read: Invalid size ** ext2fs_devread() read error - block Failed to mount ext2 filesystem... ** Bad ext2 partition or disk - mmc 0:2
I get this above error.But Using linaro or denx u-boot on panda is working
Is there any patches for ext2load for omap4460
In reply to Kavitha bk:
I don't believe that ext2load is tested/supported on OMAP4. Typically we use the bootargs/bootcmd for the u-boot to load and start the kernel. Is there a reason you can't use this method?
ext2load works on pandaboard using linaro u-boot
fatload is always a option to load the kernel and rootfs but I want to use ext2 as it has its own advantages [journaling,checksum..etc]
But I think the ext2load is not tested on blaze/omap4430/omap4460
I want ext2load for upgrade process where we keep the the Images on ext2 partition and during upgrade the Images are copied from Flash to RAM using ext2load
say like this
#ext2load mmc 0:2 0x82000000 uImage
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