IS NEO1973 dead?
Vincent de Grandpré
vincent.de.grandpre at gmail.com
Fri May 22 19:36:48 CEST 2009
I thank you for pointing me to SHR.
At LAST there is an officially evolving distro for my GTA01 and I am really
happy with it :)
Surely I'll develop in the future if I can have the time to do this.
Happy SHR user
2009/5/22 Tilman Baumann <tilman at baumann.name>
> I think all informations on
> http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Booting_from_SD#Boot_from_SDHC is right.
> Every thing else on bootloaders should probably be read carefull.
> I did not find any discrepancies though. Maybe everything is correct again.
> Sometimes you just need to guess that a wiki page has a version of this
> page for gta01. (like the how to flash page)
> Gerald A wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 4:36 AM, Tilman Baumann <tilman at baumann.name>
> > wrote:
> >> I run SHR from SD. Kernel from Flash because uboot can not load from
> >> SDHC on GTA01. Rootfs on SD.
> >> Please be aware of possibley very misleading informations regardng
> >> boot from SD on the wiki! Some frerunner users seem to disregard GTA01
> >> issues and delete or change them one in a while. ;)
> > I'm running an ancient distro on my Neo right now, but I just got a big
> > and
> > blank SD card. If you can point out the wiki issues, I'll verify the
> > correct
> > procedure, update the wiki pages and then put them in my watchlist to
> > sure they don't lose their Neo parts. :)
> > Stay away from Qi, it has no DFU mode and you have no secondary
> > bootloader.
> >> Be arware of diferent mtd 'partitions' on GTA01
> >> http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Neo_1973_Partitions
> >> All these issues are pretty comprehensively described here:
> >> http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Booting_from_SD#Boot_from_SDHC
> >> And if you don't wish to use your SD for rootfs, please just ignore my
> >> random facts. They are not important. ;)
> > I only have one question (I haven't explored the wiki lately) -- can I
> > choose between booting off flash and booting off SD? (I'm assuming I
> > move kernels around by dfutil and so on, but is there an easy way to
> > toggle,
> > like a boot manager or some magical incantation?)
> > Thanks,
> > Gerald.
> Tilman Baumann
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