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Old 01-01-2007, 05:26 AM   #1
muleypr
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boot kernel image through tftp


Hi,

I have some problem with boot image.


I have load the kernel image through tftp.


tftp load the image at given address in memory.


after this when i used "bootm"


i got Error: "Bad magic Number "


Can you tell me what is meaning of this error. also can you suggest me
some work around?


Thanks,
Prashant M.
 
  


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