On Wed, Aug 20, 2008 at 11:50, arne anka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >> 1 4gb FAT partition with the uImage.bin (one for each other partition) > > why is that? > 4gb just to host the kernels is ... waste.
Of course, it is my data partition (maps,....). But for now, I also use it for the kernel, didn't try yet to boot directly with kernel on ext3 partitions (same as rootfs). And I have already too much partitions, do not want another tiny one just for kernel.... >> But I have now more partitions.... (and these 2 ext3 ones are logical >> ones now, and recognized as mmcblk0p5 and mmcblk0p6 instead of >> mmcblk0p2 and mmcblk0p3 before -can I change that ? > > by repartitioning -- but first you better post the output of > > fdisk -l /dev/mmcblk0 > > and describe what exactly you're aiming at. > I will look at this... (Well here I used GUI appli from ubuntu (gparted ?) to partition. Can I use this appli to change this ?) 1st partition is primary FAT then extended partition with 5 (!) ext3 logical partitions. and last one is 1GB primary ext3 So as for now I use FAT one for data (and kernels) and 3 ext3 ones for qtopia, 2008.8, and fso... (I know it is a lot but hey.... so much to try... 2007.2, qtopia, 2008.8, FSO, debian, stable/unstable... and I sometimes want to be able to try an updated one before deleting one that works...). _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list email@example.com http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community