Updating kernels - is it as easy as sudo ./README-DREAM-UPDATE.sh 3.4.4,

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gps1539:
Hi

Looking to update the kernal on my DP (currently on 3.0)

Is it as easy as downloading the latest script and running it i.e.sudo ./README-DREAM-UPDATE.sh 3.4.4

It boot parameters or other configs need to be changed what are they

Thanks in advance

gps1539:
Bump

cbxbiker61:
        echo "****************************************************************"
        echo " update your bootcmd to load dream-$KVer-uImage"
        echo " or create a link from /boot/dream-$KVer-uImage to /boot/uImage"
        echo "****************************************************************"

birdman:
Curiosity, not a compliant (how could anyone complain about your kernel builds) but what is the current state of the latest ones?
They seem to be partly there - but Kernel headers are missing...

gps1539:
Quote from: cbxbiker61 on September 24, 2012, 01:08:47 PM

        echo "****************************************************************"
        echo " update your bootcmd to load dream-$KVer-uImage"
        echo " or create a link from /boot/dream-$KVer-uImage to /boot/uImage"
        echo "****************************************************************"



I created a link to /boot/uImage, but it is still booting the old kernel (3.0.4). Is there a bootarg I need to set to point to /boot/uImage

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