1) Does uboot load addr means the compressed kernel image will be loaded in this address in the RAM.

2) Is that load addr is a physical address?

3) Or is after uncompressing hte kernel image, the image will be loaded onto a RAM at the address - load addr?

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    loadaddr is no keyword with a fixed meaning, just the name of an environment variable, typically containing a physical address, where something (kernel image, uEnv.txt, bootscreen, register set, ...) is loaded. Different scripts use it very differently. Post the relevant parts of your U-Boot-script here, then we can explain the usage in your case. If you don't have the script, do printenv and post the parts that contain $loadaddr or ${loadaddr} – Philippos Jul 30 at 10:21

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