Re: Preventing opkg upgrade from flashing the kernel partition

2008-09-03 Thread arne anka
On Tue, 02 Sep 2008 20:06:16 +0200, Mikael Berthe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * arne anka [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008-09-02 10:57 +0200]: I do want opkg to update the kernel, but I don't want it to touch NAND, because my system is on the SD card. i would expect opkg to update the kernel in

Re: Preventing opkg upgrade from flashing the kernel partition

2008-09-03 Thread Mikael Berthe
* arne anka [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008-09-03 10:48 +0200]: I tried to find a kernel package to check but I couldn't find one. how's that? if you don't find a kernel package then probably none would be installed. if you got an opkg based distribution installed that already had a kernel

Re: Preventing opkg upgrade from flashing the kernel partition

2008-09-02 Thread arne anka
I do want opkg to update the kernel, but I don't want it to touch NAND, because my system is on the SD card. i would expect opkg to update the kernel in /boot -- if you boot from sd it should be the kernel /boot on your sd, if you boot from nand it should be nand. how did you design your

Re: Preventing opkg upgrade from flashing the kernel partition

2008-09-02 Thread Mikael Berthe
* arne anka [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008-09-02 10:57 +0200]: I do want opkg to update the kernel, but I don't want it to touch NAND, because my system is on the SD card. i would expect opkg to update the kernel in /boot -- if you boot from sd it should be the kernel /boot on your sd, if you

Re: Preventing opkg upgrade from flashing the kernel partition

2008-09-02 Thread Sarton O'Brien
On Wednesday 03 September 2008 04:06:16 Mikael Berthe wrote: I'm afraid that upgrading the kernel on one of the SD card systems could flash the NAND kernel (and then the kernel wouldn't match the OM2007.2 modules). Of course there would be a few ways to recover from this situation, but if I

Re: Preventing opkg upgrade from flashing the kernel partition

2008-09-01 Thread Marcel
Am Montag 01 September 2008 22:12:03 schrieb Mikael Berthe: Hi, I have several systems on the Freerunner and I would like to know if there's a way to prevent opkg from flashing a new kernel to NAND. Is there such an option? I'm currently holding the kernel packages, but it would be better

Re: Preventing opkg upgrade from flashing the kernel partition

2008-09-01 Thread Mikael Berthe
* Marcel [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008-09-01 22:21 +0200]: Am Montag 01 September 2008 22:12:03 schrieb Mikael Berthe: I have several systems on the Freerunner and I would like to know if there's a way to prevent opkg from flashing a new kernel to NAND. Is there such an option? You could

Re: Preventing opkg upgrade from flashing the kernel partition

2008-09-01 Thread Marco Trevisan (Treviño)
Mikael Berthe wrote: Hi, I have several systems on the Freerunner and I would like to know if there's a way to prevent opkg from flashing a new kernel to NAND. Is there such an option? I'm currently holding the kernel packages, but it would be better if /boot/uImage could be upgraded

Re: Preventing opkg upgrade from flashing the kernel partition

2008-09-01 Thread Mikael Berthe
* Marco Trevisan (Treviño) [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008-09-02 06:00 +0200]: I have several systems on the Freerunner and I would like to know if there's a way to prevent opkg from flashing a new kernel to NAND. Is there such an option? I'm currently holding the kernel packages, but it