Topic: Kernel command line

I brick my chumby trying to change the Kernel's Command line, i want boot my chumby from USB memory, the internal nand flash has only 32M  for storage, Is possible use a NAND flash block or for store the kernel Command line? If we have such partition we can overwrite the kernel setting from user space with the nandwrite tool

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Re: Kernel command line

You should always be able to reflash a working kernel through the special options menu (unless you reflashed that, but I wouldn't recommend doing so).
I know the bootloader passing kernel command line is a pita if you, for example want to use jffs2 as a rootfs. Check out this oneliner the prevents the kernel from using the command line the bootloader passes: … line.patch

You will now need to set CONFIG_CMDLINE in your kernel .config to something meaningfull, like for example "console=ttyS0,38400 root=/dev/mtdblock5 rootfstype=jffs2 psplash=false"