On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 5:49 AM, Hemant Kapoor <kapoor.hem...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I have followed instructions @
> https://eewiki.net/display/linuxonarm/BeagleBone+Black
> and was successfully able to run it on my beaglebone back vis SD card.
> It would be very helpful if could please clarify below doubts:
> 1. uEnv.txt:
> I ended up with two versions of uenv.txt
> a. /media/rootfs/ - where uEnv.txt was mentioned under headline "If you
> don't want to clear out the old Bootloader in eMMC add this uEnv.txt to
> /media/rootfs/"
> I am still not sure what this means
> b./media/rootfs/boot/uEnv.txt - which contains uname_r=<my kernel version>
> Can someone please explain me which uEnv.txt does u-boot parses

Years and Years ago, when the BeagleBone Black first launched, it
shipped with a bootloader in the eMMC, this looked inside the "first"
partition of the microSD.

We've tried to keep that compatibility where it made sense. And break
it where it made no sense, U-Boot Overlays, BTRFS, etc..

> 2. What needs to be done to connect beaglebone black to internet via usb for
> this image.

That's really up to you... eewiki is setup to 'teach' you how things
are put together, not make a final image for you.  We have other
images that do that..

> 3. Finally where can I find beginers guide on how u-boot overlay works.

well normally you ask questions in this forum, or search the forum..



Robert Nelson

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