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Started by davidefa, December 28, 2012, 02:11:27 pm

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davidefa

December 28, 2012, 02:11:27 pm Last Edit: December 28, 2012, 04:47:50 pm by davidefa
Linaro ALIP image available ( uploading now, ready in a few hours ) at the following link:

www.davidefabbri.net/files/arm/olinuxino_linaro_alip_12_11.zip

- it is a linaro alip ( lubuntu 12.04 widh lxde desktop environment, minimal )
- kernel 3.4.19
- to setup networking you can edit /etc/network/interfaces
- it takes 45 secs to boot ( on a class 4 sd card )
- the image will fit a 4GB or bigger sd card

A description of the various linaro versions

P.S. use dd to copy the image on a sd card
P.P.S. I think it would be usefull to have a set of prebuilt images to test
NOTE corrected the link to the image

carpediem75


davidefa

I'm uploading the file, one more hour to complete

saand

hi Davidefa,
I can put this into the wiki if you like as well

bat6oko


davidefa

The upload is completed, reload this page to reflect the change in the link

rolftest99

Very nice system! Its booting!
Password?

Happy new Year!

rolftest99

Hello
the password is linaro

I read a little bit!

Thanks

olimex

downloading now, will upload in WIKI

saand


olimex

great! I just upload this image on Gdrive and updated the WIKI link to not load davide's server :)

luckyLuc

Very nice system, boots very fast (25 seconds) !  :)
I have to recompile the kernel to have NFS deamon enabled and SPI support. Where can I find the kernel 3.4.19 sources for mach_sun5i ?

Thanks
Luc

olimex

I see two issues with this image:

1. I2C is set to 200 kHz and will not work with many UEXT modules which only accept 100 kHz, should be easy to re-compile the kernel with 100 kHz, Davide where you got the sources for this kernel?

2. AX88772B is not enabled in the Kernel so the USB-ETHERNET adapter is not working

ozbekmert

Is it possible to burn this image on NAND Flash instead of booting from sd card?
We do not use android, and want to burn linux in nand flash. Is there any guide for that?

olimex

that would be possible when Linux-Sunxi uboot support NAND flash, Henrik Nordstrom is working on this