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After making some changes to my Nexus One, I can't boot it normally, but I can boot it with USB fastboot, like this:

$ cd 1.0-GRI40-nexusone-superboot
$ ./fastboot-linux boot boot.superboot.img

How do I make it work so that it can boot up by default, without an USB cable connected and the fastboot command issued on my PC?

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This solution worked:

$ cd 1.0-GRI40-nexusone-superboot
$ ./fastboot-linux flash:raw boot boot.superboot.img

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