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So, I've found how to do this : tftpboot 0x12000000 zImage tftpboot ${fdt_addr} ${fdt_file} tftpboot 0x19000000 core-image-minimal-boot.cpio.gz.u-boot bootz 0x12000000 0x19000000 ${fdt_addr} To create the .cpio.gz.u-boot, I have to edit conf/local.conf : IMAGE_CLASSES += "image_types_uboot" IMAGE_FSTYPES = "cpio.gz.u-boot"


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Please examine the ILO log and the IML log. The server will tell you exactly what's wrong. But really, I wonder if you may have caused another issue while swapping components looking for a solution. If you're seeing an error on a particular DIMM slot, there may actually be a problem with the CPU socket for the processor associated with that memory ...


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The motherboard you are using calls for RDIMM (Registered RAM). You are using UDIMM (Unbuffered RAM). ECC Registered RAM is standard for most Xeons except for the E3 models.



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