Am Donnerstag, den 13.10.2016, 13:41 -0300 schrieb Gustavo Niemeyer: > > So ubuntu-image is still not respecting the offset statement? > it does, but it also requires a partition wrapped around each blob and the partitions currently only operate in 512 byte steps... so you can not make a byte exact offset currently and it moves the number of the boot partition by the factor of the amount of binary blobs that sit at the start of the disk (which is a prob since uboot needs to hardcode that number for finding the environment).
we either need a way to have unpartitioned space for binary bootloader blobs (then the 512 byte limit would also not hurt), or we need to allow byte exact partitions (with the mentioned uboot drawback ... i.e. you need an additional patch). either of the two will solve the issue. ciao oli
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