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SubjectRe: Problem with kernel image in a Prep Boot on PowerPC
On Wed, Aug 24, 2005 at 02:52:44PM -0300, Márcio Oliveira wrote:

> The command rdev can change the default root partition on x86 linux
> systems with pre-built kernels.

Of course...I meant I don't know of anything like that for PPC.

> About the CONFIG_CMDLINE in the kernel configuration, I found it in lots
> of files in the kernel source tree and I'd like to know which file I
> need to change this value (/usr/src/linux/arch/ppc64/defconfig ?).

Probably just in your .config file:

cp arch/ppc64/defconfig .config
vi .config # Change CONFIG_CMDLINE here
make oldconfig

> According to this doc:
> ppc64 can use zImage-style boot wrapper, so I'm trying it.

Cool...I think you will like having that as an option.

John W. Linville
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