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    • Simon Glass's avatar
      fdt: Set kernaddr if fdt indicates a kernel is present · fcabc24f
      Simon Glass authored
      If kernel-offset is specified in the fdt, set an environment variable
      so that scripts can access the attached kernel.
      
      This can be used by a packaging program to tell U-Boot about a kernel
      that has been downloaded alongside U-Boot. The value in the fdt is
      the offset of the kernel from the start of the U-Boot image, so we can
      find it just by adding CONFIG_SYS_TEXT_BASE.
      
      It is then fairly easy to put something like this in the environment
      variables in the board header file:
      
      		"if test ${kernaddr} != \"\"; then "\
      			"echo \"Using bundled kernel\"; "\
      			"bootm ${kernaddr};" \
      		"fi; "\
      		/* rest of boot sequence follows here */
      Signed-off-by: default avatarSimon Glass <sjg@chromium.org>
      fcabc24f