Flashing in (K)Ubuntu Linux 64bits
scottrcarlson at gmail.com
Fri Oct 17 00:24:27 CEST 2008
This device is always on my machine. I'm using a Laptop with Ubuntu 8.04.
What my move if I want to track this device down,... (may be something else
Found Runtime: [0x044e:0x300c] devnum=0, cfg=0, intf=2, alt=0,
> 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
>> 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,
>>> 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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