On 02/25/2015 09:04 AM, Peter Robinson wrote:
On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 1:37 PM, Robert Moskowitz
> During the F21 development, it seemed that uboot was very stable. That is
> only occationally was an update rolled in. This seems to be the case now in
> The reason I am asking for clearification is that Hans told me that I can
> now boot from sata with only uboot on the SD card. So I can take an old SD
> card, put uboot on it and only change that when a new uboot is rolled in. I
> would pick up a couple sata drives cheap on ebay (back in the fall, I got 5
> 80Gb drives for $10/each and free shipping), and dd the partitions to them
> for testing.
> If uboot is updated frequently with no announcement, that only means that I
> build a new uboot SD card with each sata drive image. Just an extra step,
> but I would like to know about uboot updates.
Watch the daily branched reports for F-22. If there's a new u-boot
there's a new u-boot, if there's not there's not!
Would I be looking for uboot-tools?
Size change: -1914 bytes
* Sat Feb 07 2015 Hans de Goede<hdegoede(a)redhat.com> - 2015.01-3
- fix build with gcc5
* Mon Feb 02 2015 Dennis Gilmore<dennis(a)ausil.us> - 2015.01-2
- enable db-mv784mp-gp
I went all the way back to the 8/14 reports and only found uboot-tools
referenced. That is why I asked here.
I also searched for u-boot, as that is what Hans used in his 1/14/15
message on 'u-boot plans...'