Is it possible to put OpenFirmware on an SD card and use it to boot off
e.g. a USB-attached mass storage device or using TFTP over a LAN?
Mark Morgan Lloyd
markMLl .AT. telemetry.co .DOT. uk
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Date: Thu Jul 11 07:42:32 2013
New Revision: 3692
OLPC - NANDblaster receivers are not performing a passive scan, originally because of a typo, and now because it proves to be unreliable even with the increased passive scan time in r3633 - no effective functional change.
--- dev/libertas.fth Thu Jul 11 07:09:36 2013 (r3691)
+++ dev/libertas.fth Thu Jul 11 07:42:32 2013 (r3692)
@@ -1228,7 +1228,7 @@
\ It prevents listening stations, of which there can be many,
\ from transmitting when they come on-line.
2dup " olpc-mesh" $= if passive-scan then
- 2dup " olpc-NANDblaster" $= if passive-scan then
+ \ 2dup " OLPC-NANDblaster" $= if passive-scan then
d# 32 min scan-ssid pack drop
Date: Thu Jul 11 07:09:36 2013
New Revision: 3691
OLPC XO-1.5 - nb-update was trying to load thin firmware from USB drive, because it was not finding the thin property, which had moved to the parent node, #12726
--- cpu/x86/pc/olpc/via/nbtx.fth Thu Jul 11 07:04:16 2013 (r3690)
+++ cpu/x86/pc/olpc/via/nbtx.fth Thu Jul 11 07:09:36 2013 (r3691)
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
\ On XO-1, you must load the special "thin" firmware from a USB stick.
: ?load-thin-wlan-fw ( -- )
" /wlan" find-package 0= abort" No /wlan device" ( phandle )
" thin" rot get-package-property if ( )
\ Absence of "thin" property means we need to get special firmware
" u:\usb8388t.bin" " wlan-fw" $setenv