Cbootimage tegra bct and bootable flash image generator/compiler
cbootimage [options] configfile [inputimage] outputimage
This manual page documents briefly the cbootimage command.
cbootimage is used to generate flashable bootimages for Tegra devices. It requires a config file and an output filename. The config file contains information about the boot config table (BCT) and the bootloader. The BCT can be created using bct_dump (1). The bootloader is typicly uboot. You can find examples of the config file in the "SEE ALSO" section.
Display help message.
Output debugging information.
Generate the new bct file.
Specify the odm_data(in hex).
Select target device. Must be one of: 20, 30, 114, 124. Default: 20. This option is deprecated
Select target device. Must be one of: tegra20, tegra30, tegra114, tegra124. Default: tegra20.
Copy input image data and update bct configs into new image file.
File with configuration information.
Input image name. This is required if -u|--update option is used.
Output image name.
Internet resource for NVIDIA Tegra public application notes (link to URL http://http.download.nvidia.com/tegra-public-appnotes/flashing-tools.html)
Examples for config files (link to URL https://github.com/NVIDIA/cbootimage-configs)
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