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Old 04-08-2012, 01:23 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by seaniko7 View Post
Of course. I can still use stock kernels, which kexec flash even without additional console arguments.
A little friendly advice: using the word "flash" in this context is misleading. You should use the term "execute" instead (as correctly implied by the name of the "kexec" command). "Flash" generally means writing to the MMC using a tool like "fastboot", when used in this forum.

@seaniko7: In general, your command of the English language is excellent.
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arm-2009q3-67-arm-none-linux-gnueabi

This particural one seems to work !
Great news! That should save some of us (like me) a LOT of wasted effort trying to learn this on our own. Thanks!


P.S. The first post now contains a link to the "getkernels" tool, which extracts kernel images from mmcblk0.img or from /dev/mmcblk0, an all eink kindles:

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