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SubjectRe: Booting from a non block device
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shane@agendacomputing.com said:
> The main.c file is hardwired to boot from a block device, and as such
> I can't think of a good way to get around it and put in a filesystem
> instead. Should I just cheat and put in a fake block device?

That's what NFSroot does. I suppose you could also argue that's what JFFS
does too, because it doesn't actually _use_ the mtdblock device for
anything but getting a handle on the underlying MTD device.



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