On 6 Sep 2019, at 17:06, Rahul Atlury wrote:
> Dear Emmanuel>> Let me check the below issues and get back to you
Ok, I found what I missed after digging a bit deeper into the startup
modloop is not used by the initramfs scripts, but the some of the Alpine
packages (apks/) scripts.
I thought the load order was:
because modloop-vanilla file was in the boot/ directory, and I failed to
look further until I solved this issue.
It looks like the actual order is:
3. packages (at least the main ones?)
So defining the kernel command line as:
setenv bootargs "bootargs=earlyprintk console=ttyS0,115200
Enable the loading of the /etc/init.d/ scripts, which in turn make use
I’m not sure about the use/meaning of alpine.apkovl.tar.gz, but
anyway: it now works.
I now need to rebuild a better uboot+spl binary, as the default I copied
from Armbian does not allow to save the environment.