Flashing in (K)Ubuntu Linux 64bits
joao at brevespot.com
Thu Oct 16 20:25:42 CEST 2008
I figure it out with the help of eveyrone
now my "war" is with WLAN :)
On Thursday 16 October 2008, vasco.nevoa wrote:
> 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,
> relaunch dfu-util.
> 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
> > Patrick
> > Am Donnerstag, den 16.10.2008, 04:13 -0700 schrieb jotalix:
> >> Kubuntu, 64bits
> >> Hi,
> >> 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,
> >> jotalix
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