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Linux for Embedded and Real-time Applications, 3rd Edition by Doug Abbott

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Appendix A

U-Boot Commands

Das U-Boot supports an extensive command set. This section describes the most useful of those commands. Because U-Boot is highly configurable, not all commands are necessarily in any given implementation. The behavior of some commands is also configuration-dependent and may depend on environment-variable values.

All U-Boot commands expect numbers to be entered in hexadecimal. In the following descriptions, arguments are bracketed by < >. Optional arguments are further bracketed by [ ]. Command names can be generally abbreviated to the shortest unique string, shown in parentheses.

Information Commands

bdinfo (bdi)—Displays information about the target board such as memory sizes and locations, clock frequencies, and ...

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