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This package is a version of APEX configured for the Linksys NSLU2 network appliance. In this case, APEX is used as a second stage loader so that Redboot, as installed by the manufacturer, may remain.
The APEX command line offers a comfortable (e.g. command line editing and history) and extensible platform for development and production uses.
apex-env(8) apex-env(8) NAME apex-env - user-mode access to APEX flash environment SYNOPSIS apex-env COMMAND [ ARGS ... ] DESCRIPTION apex-env is a utility for viewing and modifying the environ‐ ment used by the APEX Boot Loader to define how the system will boot. APEX has a predefined set of environme more»
FLASH-APEX(8) FLASH-APEX(8) NAME flash-apex - write APEX binary image into MTD flash SYNOPSIS flash-apex DESCRIPTION The flash-apex script reads a raw (objdump'd) APEX binary image from the file /boot/apex.flash, also part of the apex- nslu2 package, and writes it into MTD flash. It is called automatic more»
apex (1.6.10) unstable; urgency=critical * Change to usr/flash-apex to work-around change in shell that could cause script to fail. (Closes: #548236). -- Marc Singer <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue, 06 Oct 2009 18:45:07 -0700 apex (1.6.9) unstable; urgency=low * Including some entries from previous changlog to make sure bugs get closed. * Added CONFIG_AEABI=y to armel (and all configurations) more»
2009-10-06 <email@example.com> * Makefile (SUBLEVEL): v1.6.10 * usr/flash-apex (machine): more»
This program is written, maintained, and packaged for Debian by Marc Singer <firstname.lastname@example.org>. The u more»