I built a new image-full from the new (well, now old) BSP. When I try to boot, it gets stuck right after it finds Initrd. The serial output ends with:
[Linux-EFI, setup=0x10cd, size=0x1de2d0]
[Initrd, addr=0xd895000, size=0x2a91b5]
Unfortunately, that doesn't give me a lot to go on as far as debugging. Is there a common "oops, you forgot this" that I'm missing? According to the BSP documentation, I should just need to copy over the grub.efi, bzImage, image-full-clanton.ext3, core-image-minimal-initramfs-clanton.cpio.gz, and boot/grub/grub.conf over to the SD card. The prebuilt image worked fine, but I'm missing something when I do my own build.
Here's the relevant part of grub.conf. I didn't mess with the boot lines it came up with (although I turned up the timeout on the grub menu):
title Clanton SVP kernel-MassStorage initrd-MassStorage image-full IMR-On IO-APIC/HPET NoEMU debug
As far as the image goes, I changed local.conf to use "clanton-full" as the DISTRO. I also had to grab a patch from upstream for building guile with GCC 4.8 and add texinfo to the build recipe to satisfy guile's dependency on it. The rest ought to be standard.
I haven't tried cleaning and rebuilding nor have I grabbed the newest BSP released yesterday to see if that fares better. I'll do that eventually, but I didn't want to wait for it to rebuild. Anyone have any other suggestions as to what I'm doing wrong?