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[alpine-devel] Bootable cross-build

Leslie P. Polzer | PORT ZERO
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Hi,

any hints on how to create an ISO that is bootable
on another architecture?

  Leslie

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Leslie P. Polzer | PORT ZERO
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On 12/05/2013 01:27 PM, Leslie P. Polzer | PORT ZERO wrote:

> any hints on how to create an ISO that is bootable
> on another architecture?

To answer my own question here:

It depends largely on the board. For example the RPI
requires a binary blob as part of the booting process,
along with a configuration text file and some other
stuff.

There's also a generic bootloader called Das Uboot
which can be adjusted to run on various boards.

  Leslie


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Timo Teras
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On Sun, 22 Dec 2013 17:01:24 +0100
"Leslie P. Polzer | PORT ZERO" <polzer@port-zero.com> wrote:

> On 12/05/2013 01:27 PM, Leslie P. Polzer | PORT ZERO wrote:
> 
> > any hints on how to create an ISO that is bootable
> > on another architecture?
> 
> To answer my own question here:
> 
> It depends largely on the board. For example the RPI
> requires a binary blob as part of the booting process,
> along with a configuration text file and some other
> stuff.
> 
> There's also a generic bootloader called Das Uboot
> which can be adjusted to run on various boards.

Right. Sorry for missing the mail.

I have working script to create rpi images. I also have wandboard image
using uboot, but that is not scripted yet.

 - Timo


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