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Old 01-11-2010, 04:50 AM   #1
shariefbe
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bootargs is not getting update


Hi,
I am working in Freescale ARM processor. I that when i change the "bootargs". so i did "setenv" and "saveenv" in u-boot. But it is not getting update. if i poweroff and if i again do the boot,it is coming as default settings. i cant update "bootargs" in uboot. kindly help me
 
  


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