To start a 3.6++ kernel with dtb-support it is recommended to use a
u-boot with supports loading a dtb.
As far as I understood the boot process of a beaglebone, the MLO is
loaded first, which loads the u-boot, which again reads UEnv.txt and
starts the kernel.
Since I dont want to setup a complete new SD-card just for
expermenting with the linux 3.7.* kernels it would be nice
to use my "old" sd-card (with Gentoo installed).
This card currently boots a linux 3.2 kernel with a MLO and u-boot
from the time I used Angstrom linux.
Is it possible without "workarounds and hacks" to use the accompanied
MLO to boot a recent u-boot with dtb-support?
Thank you very much in advance for any help!