I noticed the "utscript_sd" file which I understand is used to perform install into the internal SD card when NAND is not available. I have a question about these lines:
Specifically I have a question about the fourth line, where the bootloader arguments are written at location 0x11. This would (I believe) certainly corrupt the bootloader which was written before. The location should be 0x400, not 0x11. Considering the locations where "recovery", "kernel" and "logo" are written the bootloader arguments are certainly written into the wrong place. Can anyone confirm?
uttext 20 70 "Update bootloader..."<br /> fatload mmc 1 20008000 u-boot-sd.bin<br /> mmc write 0 20008000 0x0 0x800<br /> fatload mmc 1 20008000 u-boot.arg<br /> mmc write 0 20008000 0x11 0x20