Re: (unofficial) Debian packages for Toshiba AC100 (Tegra; armel and armhf)
Phil Endecott wrote:
> Julian Andres Klode <jak <at> debian.org> writes:
> > Installation guide (all on the device itself):
> > (1) Bootstrap Debian on USB stick, SD, or eMMC
> > (2) Install busybox and initramfs-tools
> > (3) Set MODULES=dep in /etc/initramfs-tools/initramfs.conf
> > (4) Copy /boot/bootimg.cfg to Debian and configure cmdline[*]
> > (4) (bind) mount /proc and /dev
> > (5) Install abootimg flash-kernel linux-image-ac100
> Thanks; I was going to ask if you could post some installation instructions.
> Unfortunately those are a little too brief for me to grok.
I must admit, they weren't sufficient for me either. Bascially I think
there's something missing: How to get the Debian kernel and the right
I currently have Ubuntu on the eMMC and bootstrapped Debian armhf to
an SD card (never booted, no idea where to tell the system to suddenly
boot from SD instead of the eMMC. Is there a way to choose between the
two install operating systems?
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