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=> help bootm
bootm [addr [arg ...]]
    - boot application image stored in memory
   passing arguments 'arg ...'; when booting a Linux kernel,
   'arg' can be the address of an initrd image
   When booting a Linux kernel which requires a flat device-tree
   a third argument is required which is the address of the
   device-tree blob. To boot that kernel without an initrd image,
   use a '-' for the second argument. If you do not pass a third
   a bd_info struct will be passed instead