[Arm-dev] Gigabyte MP30-AR0

Michael Howard

mike at dewberryfields.co.uk
Mon Feb 22 14:26:07 UTC 2016

On 22/02/2016 11:50, Gordan Bobic wrote:
> It seems a little odd that the installer would put the kernel somewhere
> other than the target installation disk. Having UEFI on-board I can
> understand, but shouldn't the boot sequence in this case be:
> 1) u-boot (on-board)
> 2) UEFI (wherever u-boot can fetch it from)
> 3) grub (off the UEFI FAT partition on the target disk)
> 4) Kernel (/boot partition)
> Is there a good reason for deviating from this?

Ok, reinstalling the original u-boot resolves the onboard kernel issue, 
that is, the board now boots to OpenLinux  again when no other devices 
are attached.  So the 'Applied Micro Linux 3.12.0 (aarch64)' kernel is 
part of their (Gigabyte's) u-boot image.

Mike Howard

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