I know that before running the kernel, u-boot (the boot loader) will check the kernel image CRC. Only if it is correct it will go further, else it will give a "Bad CRC" error. I want to do same thing ...
I have a Leopard board with Ti DM365 processor. Problem is that I tried to flash the bootloader (uboot) to nand and landed up corrupting the NAND. Now I can't use the NAND to bring up the board. So I ...
I want to use an uncompressed kernel image and boot the BeagleBoard. Generally I use uImage to boot the kernel which is in compressed format. How do I use an uncompressed kernel image?