[solved] freezing DCON for insecure boot
bernie at codewiz.org
Sun Apr 20 14:39:54 EDT 2008
On Fri, 2008-04-18 at 08:49 -1000, Mitch Bradley wrote:
> The Forth command "dcon-freeze" will freeze the screen immediately.
> The Forth command "freeze" will cause the "dcon-freeze" command to be
> executed at the next transition to a booted program.
> Either can be executed from inside olpc.fth
> The reason for the "freeze" command is so that screen animations showing
> the progress of bootloading sub-steps can be seen, but then the Linux
> black-screen text messages will be hidden.
Putting "dcon-freeze" at the top of boot.fth resulted the custom
logo being displayed nicely as in secure boot with no additional
tweaks required. Thanks!
This is of secondary importance to me, but I still do not
understand why the Update.1 release candidate 703 fails to boot in
secure mode. I have even re-downloaded the image and re-flashed it
a second time.
Do I have to double check something in my mfg-data? Both my laptops
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