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Barebox is an attempt to work around the limitations that U-Boot shows through its age.  
 
Barebox is an attempt to work around the limitations that U-Boot shows through its age.  
 
Originally dubbed U-Boot v2, it now has a different name because its design goals are different.
 
Originally dubbed U-Boot v2, it now has a different name because its design goals are different.
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Barebox now support support arm, powerpc, mips, nios2, blackfin, x86
  
 
[http://www.barebox.org Barebox (U-Boot-v2)]
 
[http://www.barebox.org Barebox (U-Boot-v2)]

Revision as of 10:06, 27 October 2011

Barebox is an attempt to work around the limitations that U-Boot shows through its age. Originally dubbed U-Boot v2, it now has a different name because its design goals are different.

Barebox now support support arm, powerpc, mips, nios2, blackfin, x86

Barebox (U-Boot-v2)

U-Boot-v2 Presentation from CELF Embedded Linux Conference Europe Grenoble, 2009-10-16 (pdf)

Booting Linux Fast & Fancy (pdf)