As I recall, the best way to do this is to disable the "normal" ROM by leaving it out of the Config.lb file in the targets directory all together and thus enable the fallback image only. We did this in order to fit a kernel image. There should be a couple targets that utilize this method in their configuration, for example freebios2/targets/arima/hdama/Config.kernelimage.lb .
On Fri, 7 Jan 2005 15:42:52 +0800 "Gin" email@example.com wrote:
The fallback image tries to load the normal image but if that fails it'll take over and continue with the fallback image.
So I am guessing the 2 images are the same. Then why 2 exact the same image? In case of damaged flash area?
I am asking this because I want to embed a linux kernel in the BIOS
to run Flash_and_Burn util (For convenience when updating Bios). There probably won't be enough ROM space if I use both images.
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