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Old 12-03-2009, 12:01 PM   #1
alegeott
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Iliad bootloader: how to break automatic boot process?

Hi guys,
As written here, there are good news about the extraction of a serial port.
But now, in order to properly work to porting of kernel 2.6, I would to start boot from the network.
If this is not possible, I want to know how to stop the boot process and run a custom kernel image (also from a location on the network if possible).
Has anyone any ideas?
Of course, I have posted also on Irexnet forum hoping to talk with someone from Irex, but for now I have been ignored (as usual)... and only a Irex developever knows how the Iliad bootloader works (it is closed source code).
This situation is really frustrating...

ps: In the last post on Iliad kernel's development there are also the serial port's connection photos; here there are the log boot reports.

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