Boot multiple boards from a single SD card


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I have several ARM boards in my possession and I want to be able to boot them all from a single SD card (I have commercial SW which requires activation and is tied to a particular SD card afterwards). So far, I have made this script which creates multiple /boot-boardname directories, replaces /boot with a symlink to one of those, and makes sure the right u-boot is written to the card. However, I have one little problem I couldn't yet solve: I would like to generate the correct /etc/modules file for a new board, and I don't know how. For example, Orange Pi Zero needs this xradio_wlan module for WIFI. Where do I find the info that this module is needed? As far as I understand, /etc/modules file doesn't belong to a package and is generated by installation scripts, but I couldn't find which ones. Could someone point me in the right direction?

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Where do I find the info that this module is needed? As far as I understand, /etc/modules file doesn't belong to a package and is generated by installation scripts, but I couldn't find which ones. Could someone point me in the right direction?

https://github.com/igorpecovnik/lib/blob/master/distributions.sh#L22-L29

https://github.com/igorpecovnik/lib/blob/master/config/boards/orangepizero.conf#L5

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