On Tue, May 29, 2012 4:02 pm, Andreas Färber wrote:
Am 13.05.2012 16:46, schrieb Andreas Färber:
Am 05.01.2012 17:15, schrieb Joop Boonen:
On Thu, January 5, 2012 1:39 pm, Andreas Färber
Am 05.01.2012 12:25, schrieb Joop Boonen:
> I now have two working openSUSE ARM images. For the Pandaboard and
> Toshiba AC100.
> I wonder if we have a location where these images can be put so
> want to test or help out the openSUSE ARM project?
> These images can be used for a local native (osc/kiwi) build.
I'd be very interested in trying it out on my AC100. I do believe the
official Ubuntu port is still based on a 2.6.32 branch though and not
everything is upstream yet.
Did you port U-Boot, or did you stick with the Android Boot Image
I've used the Android Boot Image format for now.
And I've used the kernel
. The kernel can
found here: home:worldcitizen:armv7l kernel-tegra-ac100 (3.0.13).
Later today I'll create the latest JeOS
image with osc and minimal xorg
It's been a while since FOSDEM but I finally flashed a working Android
Boot Image from your kernel-tegra-ac100 package (using the abootimg
tool) and used it with your JeOS-ac100 image. Is this still correct?
How do I proceed towards getting a usable system like you had at FOSDEM?
Did you copy individual packages over via USB stick, or do you have
either 802.11 or 3G working?
We figured out that your JeOS-ac100 image is lacking the
kernel-tegra-ac100 package, so no kernel modules were present, and
RT2800 driver is built as module.
With the rpm installed, I see wlan0 and wwan0 interfaces.
I'm sorry, I wasn't aware I didn't add the kernel-tegra-ac100 rpm.
I've now added both kernel-tegra-ac100 and for future use and testing
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