Qi installed properly?

Niels Heyvaert nielsheyvaert at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 11 16:58:07 CEST 2009

>> So this means when I boot by just pressing the power button I should be
>> booting with Qi. But whenever pressing the AUX button and boot from the
>> NOR menu I'm booting with u-boot... Is that correct?
> basically yes (iirc you can frinst press aux when booting qi to skip a
> partition).
> nor is your fallback, in case you corrupt nand beyond booting.

OK since we've now established this, I come to my next point:

I've created one large ext2 partition and untarred http://build.shr-project.org/shr-unstable/images/om-gta02/full-om-gta02.tar.gz to it.

I've created the partition using using fdisk (primary partition and flagged as bootable) and mkfs.ext2.

After inserting the card in my FR, he still boots from NAND instead of the SD card. Understanding the Qi bootsequence the FR is first trying to boot from the SD card. But for some reason it is not or it is failing and skips to the NAND part.

Could this be a permission issue on the SD card (ie not able to mount or read files)?

I had to use sudo all the time when using fdisk or mkfs, including when untarring. To try to avoid permission issues I've done chmod -R 777 * on the SD card root before inserting into the FR. But this does not change the behaviour.

Thanks in advance for your help.

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