Where do Kernel arg KMS_FORCE_MODE go in new U-boot partitioning layout 2.0?

Howdy folks. I am trying out the eMMC flasher of the debian 7.8-lxde-armf variety on a beaglebone black rev C from the following location:

BBB Rev C (4GB eMMC) 4GB eMMC Flasher

Flasher: (lxde-4gb)

wget https://rcn-ee.com/rootfs/bb.org/release/2015-03-01/lxde-4gb/BBB-eMMC-flasher-debian-7.8-lxde-4gb-armhf-2015-03-01-4gb.img.xz

md5sum: 38bedfc81de00907ff2913b04bdc6fe9

I have a funky monitor that requires the KMS_FORCE_MODE kernel argument. This previously went in the uEnv.txt file. However, it looks like in the move to the u-boot partitioning layout 2.0, those arguments (and the mmcargs= and uenvcmd= lines that loaded the arguments) are no longer in the uEnv.txt file. I have looked all over the /boot partition and in other obvious places, but I can’t figure out how to load that argument. Without it, I get no screen on my monitor. Adding the following lines to uEnv.txt get the monitor back, but break the rest of the boot process:


mmcargs=setenv bootargs ${kms_force_mode}

Can anyone point me in the right direction to load this argument? Much appreciated!

Regards, LL



That did it. THANKS!