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Bootloaders can usually load one of few kernel images that are known to the bootloader This can be done in embedded systems to make sure we can upgrade a kernel without fear of power loss during upgrade, since we always have a backup kernel that will load. In PC environments this is done to let the user choose among several OS's or give the user a chance to try another kernel without losing his/her current kernel.
Get the kernel
Minimum peripheral initialization
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