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Re: (unofficial) Debian packages for Toshiba AC100 (Tegra; armel and armhf)

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.

My AC100 currently still has the Android system internally and Ubuntu on an SD
card which I can start by booting holding down the right keys.  I would like to
dump the Android image and run Debian from the internal flash.  Can you (or
anyone else) give some more detailed step-by-step instructions?

Thanks,  Phil.

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