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Old 06-23-2011, 02:32 PM   #4
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Device: DR1000s, Hanlin V5
Thanks Iņigo and Gertjan,

Rebuilding the kernel without the animation seems doable, but changing the bootloader setup sounds a bit risky to experiment with.

I did poke around a bit though. If I'm correct the DR uses RedBoot as a bootloader and /dev/mtd2 as the location to store the Redboot config. If I dd /dev/mtd2 I get something like:

Code:
boot_script
delta init
delta waves
delta erase 15
delta image
ifwarm fis load kernel
ifwarm exec -c "console=ttymxc0 deltainit=1 root=/dev/mtdblock5 rootfstype=jffs2"
fis load kernel_recovery
exec -c "console=ttymxc0 deltainit=1"
I'm guessing one would have to remove "delta image" and "delta erase 15" to start without the splash screen? I have no idea how to do this safely though.

Edit: I tried editing the Redboot config using dd, but it seems to be read-only...

Last edited by rvs; 06-25-2011 at 09:05 AM.
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