[shr-testing] sim not recognised

Robin Paulson robin.paulson at gmail.com
Fri May 15 12:23:06 CEST 2009

2009/5/15 arne anka <openmoko at ginguppin.de>:
> my advice is, get a usb dongle that takes up micro sd -- they're cheap and
> easy. no need to play around with mmc, simply use like an usb stick.
>> can i get some advice on how to do this?
> well, the image creates two partitions (8mb vfat for the kernel, rest
> ext2), makes the first one bootable and puts stuff into the second.
> so, basically you could mount the image on your host and work from there:
> - partition the sd card inside the fr
> - make partition 1 bootable
> - create a fat fs on the first, an ext2 fs on the second
> - copy the data from the respective parts of the image over
> but unless you on a godforsaken island without acces to an electronics
> store, that's far more hassle -- and that usb dongle comes in handy rather
> often.

sorry, i meant how to mount the microsd card from my desktop, while
it's in my freerunner, so i can dd the image direct to it. i'm not
interested per se in the details of what happens, i just don't have,
and don't intend to buy, a card reader

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