u-boot-rockpro64-2017.09nb1.tgz


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Description

u-boot-rockpro64 - Das U-Boot, the Universal Boot Loader (rockpro64-rk3399_defconfig)

Property Value
Distribution NetBSD 8.0
Repository NetBSD i386
Package name u-boot-rockpro64
Package version 2017.09nb1
Package architecture i386
Package type tgz
Package license gnu-gpl-v2
Installed size 2.14 MB
Download size 313.52 KB
Official Mirror ftp.netbsd.org
U-Boot is a bootloader for embedded boards based on PowerPC, ARM, MIPS and
several other processors, which can be installed in a boot ROM and used to
initialize and test the hardware or to download and run application code.
This package provides U-Boot for the rk3389-based RockPRO64 from PINE64.
Homepage: https://www.denx.de/wiki/U-Boot
Categories: sysutils

Alternatives

Package Version Architecture Repository
u-boot-rockpro64-2017.09nb1.tgz 2017.09nb1 amd64 NetBSD
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Download

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Binary Package u-boot-rockpro64-2017.09nb1.tgz
Source Package u-boot-rockpro64

Install Howto

Install u-boot-rockpro64 tgz package:

# pkg_add u-boot-rockpro64

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