DENX . DULG . LinuxBootIntro

7.1. Introduction

In principle, if you have a Linux kernel image and the flat device tree blob somewhere in system memory (RAM, ROM, flash...), then all you need to boot the system is the bootm command. Assume a Linux kernel image has been stored at address 0xFC000000 and the flat device tree blob has been stored at address 0xFC1E0000 - then you can boot this image with the following command:

=> bootm FC000000 - FC1E0000

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