Flashing in (K)Ubuntu Linux 64bits
vasco.nevoa at sapo.pt
Thu Oct 16 18:22:35 CEST 2008
That's very strange to me... I've got Ubuntu 64bits, and no such problems.
I just turn on the FR in the NOR bootloader (AUX->POWER, not
POWER->AUX), and then go right ahead and use dfu-util without having
to specify the device number... if the machine does not detect it,
Maybe you guys have some USB hardware inside your machines that is
capable of DFU (weird, but possible on laptops)... try "dfu-util -l"
without the FR plugged in.
Citando Patrick Beck <pbeck at yourse.de>:
> Hello jotalix,
> i think you have the same problem as me, when i start to flash my
> Freerunner. dfu-util has detected two devices (./dfu-util -l) so i have
> to select one with the parameter --device. For example =>
> ./dfu-util -a rootfs --device listed-id -R -D image.rootfs
> with kind regards
> Am Donnerstag, den 16.10.2008, 04:13 -0700 schrieb jotalix:
>> Kubuntu, 64bits
>> I am able to browser inside Neo Freerunner gta02, i do ssh
>> root at 192.168.0.202, and do whatever i need inside.
>> But i want to flash it to a recent version, and here comes the problem, i
>> can only use dfu-util with my Neo on bootloader ,and while on bootloader
>> kubuntu dont recognize it as a USB device whatever,... so how can it be
>> possible to flash it?
>> best regards,
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