Cytowanie Volker Kuhlmann <list0570(a)paradise.net.nz>nz>:
On Sat 02 May 2015 11:38:43 NZST +1200,
It was a problem calling the subroutine
The script exited just after writing "Getting disk IDs:" (line 147)
I suspected that. I can try and fix it, but you have to send me the
output of "fdisk -l openSUSE...img.xz", preferably as compressed tar
file directly to me.
I did some test and it is most probably locale problem. Setting LANG
and LC_ALL to C makes script working. I think it would be possible to
put locale setting in the script.
In theory it
has several serial ports, but hidden somewhere on
expansion connectors inside case. Probably requiring some kind of
dotherboard to provide voltage conversion.
The USB/serial cable shipped with the cubieboard works fine, although
the Vcc line is 5V - "DO NOT CONNECT" are the instructions. Very useful,
can get access and boot progress without keyboard, monitor, Ethernet
connected. But up to you :-)
The Cubietruck has different design of the PCB. There are no long
expansion connectors along the long sides, but two shorter near short
sides. Available external connectors are 2xUSB, 1x microUSB/OTG, phone
jack, VGA D-sub, HDMI, SPDIF, IR port and Ethernet.
copied by the script (including Factory kernel) are
suficient to make working system.
I must have misunderstood you yesterday. You DO get a booting system
with the image produced by te script, as long as you manually edit the
script to use the correct disk ID? That would be splendid.
It is correct.
I expect that Cubieboard2 will suffer similar problem too.
Please add a
notice that another
script mount-img-partitions is needed.
Ah this is the problem. I still need the output of fdisk -l.
In the attachment.
You'll find my scripts in package scriptutils
except for the really new
ones. I just updated it to 1.56. It's noarch so you don't need an ARM
version. You might find dolog useful with
Thanks for help.