Diffstat (limited to 'Documentation/uboot-main.dox')
1 files changed, 6 insertions, 6 deletions
diff --git a/Documentation/uboot-main.dox b/Documentation/uboot-main.dox
index 70529a413c..424e369c6b 100644
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ about losing support for old boards.
- device parameter support
- Each device can have a unlimited number of parameters. They can be accessed
- on the command line with <devid>.<param>="...", for example
+ on the command line with \<devid\>.\<param\>="...", for example
'eth0.ip=192.168.0.7' or 'echo $eth0.ip'
@@ -135,10 +135,10 @@ just like every other program:
U-Boot 2.0.0-trunk (Jun 26 2007 - 22:34:38)
loading environment from /dev/env0
- uboot> /
+ uboot\> /
-Specifying -[ie] <file> tells U-Boot to map the file as a device
+Specifying -[ie] \<file\> tells U-Boot to map the file as a device
under /dev. Files given with '-e' will appear as /dev/env[n]. Files
given with '-i' will appear as /dev/fd[n].
If U-Boot finds a valid configuration sector on /dev/env0 it will
@@ -158,10 +158,10 @@ If you have mapped a cramfs image try mounting it with
Memory can be examined as usual using md/mw commands. They both understand
-the -f <file> option to tell the commands that they should work on the
+the -f \<file\> option to tell the commands that they should work on the
specified files instead of /dev/mem which holds the complete address space.
Note that if you call 'md /dev/fd0' (without -f) U-Boot will segfault on
-the host, because it will interpret /dev/fd0 as a number.
+the host, because it will interpret /dev/fd0 as a number.
@par Directory layout
@@ -186,7 +186,7 @@ lib / -> generic library functions (getopt, readline and the
common / -> common stuff
commands / -> many things previously in common/cmd_*, one command
- per file
+ per file
net / -> Networking stuff