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uEnv.txt for booting the ADI kernel + userland

Question asked by tfabric on Nov 5, 2014
Latest reply on Nov 20, 2014 by tfabric
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Hi all

I am running a ZC706 and the FMCOMMS5. I managed to build everything (yes the correct fmcomms5 devicetree) from scratch (following Zynq and the AD9361 and/or AD9364 [Analog Devices Wiki]) install it on a 4GB .img (two partitions) and burned this img to a SDCARD. I also wanted to boot the linaro fs which is put on the ext4 partition. Things boots but then ends out in the ** Unable to read file uramdisk.image.gz **. I can include the uramdisk.image.gz on the boot partition to get a PetaLinux, ie that works (though gives a cut linux mascot in the upper left corner).

 

But as others, I want to install the linaro from the SDCARD. I think that this can be resolved by supplying an uEnv.txt file to the boot partition. When I do this I get:

 

Loaded environment from uEnv.txt

Importing environment from SD ...

 

and depending on what I stick in the uEnv.txt I get different errors. Could you supply an uEnv.txt file ?

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