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On 17:30 Tue 06 Mar     , Stephen Warren wrote:
> This allows the user to use U-Boot's mkimage's -T kernel_noload option
> if their arch Kconfig allows it, and they desire.
> Signed-off-by: Stephen Warren <swarren@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> ---
> The next patch enables this new CONFIG_ALLOW_ option for ARM. I assume
> that some other architectures will also be able to enable it, but I'm
> not familiar enough with any to know which.
I'm going to repeat. I don't think any impromevent here.

with no specific kernel load address the uImage for is useless/

And this no the job of the kernel to build a boot loader specific boot image

And the uImage format here is called the legacy format where now U-Boot
support a new format based on DT format.

Will you plan to add it too?

no sorry I don't think it's the right way to go.

On X86 we boot zImage simply. The new uImage option to do not specify the load
address add nothing more than just boot a zImage for kernel point of view.

Further more on server the vendor will use grub mostly (even on ARM) and will
expect to boot a zImage.

Best Regards,,
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