TI-NSPIRE Linux In-Place Bootloader
This bootloader is deprecated. Please use version 2 of this bootloader instead
Boots a Linux kernel from inside the CAS software. For CX only right now (RAM sizes and machine ID are hardcoded).
Copy Linux kernel to
/documents/linux/zImage.tns then run the program.
We want to behave well while we're still relying on the host system (i.e. when reading from files or allocating memory).
After the ramdisk, kernel and ATAGs have all been setup and loaded into memory, we can start messing about. At this point, we must be completely self sustained and must not use any function exported by
os.h or else we will crash. We also need to be careful that any operation we do will not overwrite ourselves.
printf is buffered and relys on the host system,
printk is provided for printing debugging messages. It should be safe to call any time.
Ramdisk loading is broken.