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Linux kernel booting stops at Uncompressing Linux… Ok, booting the kernel
Category : Coding

I have a problem about porting kernel from old SH4 to new SH4. Please let me show the difference between them.


[Old SH4]
boot loader: redboot v2.0
kernel version: 2.4


[New SH4]
boot loader: u-boot v2009.03
kernel version: 2.6


In old SH4, a lot of source code is developed based on kernel 2.4, so porting kernel 2.4 to new SH4 looks easier th


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Category : Computers
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Category : Programming Languages

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