3.2.2. boot - boot from script, device, …

3.2.2.1. Usage

boot [-vdlmwt] [BOOTSRC...]

3.2.2.2. Synopsis

This is for booting based on scripts. Unlike the bootm command which can boot a single image this command offers the possibility to boot with scripts (by default placed under /env/boot/).

BOOTSRC can be: - a filename under /env/boot/ - a full path to a boot script - a device name - a partition name under /dev/ - a full path to a directory which - contains boot scripts, or - contains a loader/entries/ directory containing bootspec entries

Multiple bootsources may be given which are probed in order until one succeeds.

3.2.2.3. Options

-v

Increase verbosity

-d

Dryrun. See what happens but do no actually boot

-l

List available boot sources

-m

Show a menu with boot options

-w SECS

Start watchdog with timeout SECS before booting

-t SECS

specify timeout in SECS