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Added sdimg-ubi selection to imagetypes

With a patch to assemble-image.sh[1], this change to the user interface
enables a copy of the root file system to be built into a UBIFS image
and stored on the SD card for use in flashing systems with the same root
file system.

It is possible to make this a checkbox that would show up when sdimg is
selected, but that would complicate the logic quite a bit.  There seems
to be a reasonable amount of space on the line, so the simpler logic
seemed like the better trade-off.

[1] http://lists.linuxtogo.org/pipermail/angstrom-distro-devel/2011-July/004778.html

Signed-off-by: Koen Kooi <koen@dominion.thruhere.net>
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Select the type of image you want.<br/><font size="-2">The 'tar.gz' option is the most versatile choice since it can be easily converted to other formats later on. The practicality of the other formats depends too much on the device in question to give meaningfull advice here, so we leave that up to you :)</font><br/><br/>
<input name="imagetype" type="radio" checked="checked" value="tgz">tar.gz
<input name="imagetype" type="radio" value="sdimg">OMAP SD image
+ <input name="imagetype" type="radio" value="sdimg-ubi">OMAP SD+UBI image
<input name="imagetype" type="radio" value="ext2">ext2
<input name="imagetype" type="radio" value="ubifs">ubifs
<input name="imagetype" type="radio" value="jffs2">jffs2

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