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gui_bootmanager: update description

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PeterPawn committed Oct 6, 2018
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# License, or (at your option) any later version. #
# #
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without #
# even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU #
# even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU #
# General Public License under http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html for more details. #
# #
#######################################################################################################
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# This script implements all actions necessary to switch between the two installed system versions on #
# AVM router devices with 'dual-boot' capabilities. #
# #
# It should support any VR9-based device as well as devices with Puma6/7 chipsets (Puma7 support is #
# currently untested and solely based on already published script code from AVM). For devices with a #
# GRX5 SoC, switching the system is supported, too - but due to bootloader limitations, the OEM name #
# (aka 'the branding') cannot be changed anymore. #
# It should support any VR9- or AR10-based device as well as devices with Puma6/7 chipsets (Puma7 #
# support is currently untested and solely based on already published script code from AVM). Devices #
# with a GRX5 SoC are supported, too - but there's only switching of system possible and there's no #
# further distinction between bootloader versions, where the branding may be changed (some earlier #
# 7560 and 7580 devices) and newer devices, where a branding is always reset to the finalized value #
# from bootloader partition. #
# #
# This version is able to detect a fixed branding value, if it's set from '/etc/init.d/rc.conf' with #
# a modified 'export OEM' statement - in such a case, an appropriate output is generated, containing #
# a message about this fixed value. #
# #
# There are six operations supported as first argument (at least one parameter is always required): #
# #
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# To find this, it checks for the YourFritz version file, the Freetz version file and the "modfs" #
# version file in this order and the first file found is assumed to be a mark of the used framework. #
# #
# Update 29.09.2018: #
# Handling of AR10 devices (7272, 3272) was added while assuming, that their construction or setup is #
# the same as of a VR9 device. #
# #
#######################################################################################################
# #
# constants #

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