Re: New hardware
thanks for your answer.
> You could write up a page about how to install Debian on it:
The original device runs Android, and at the moment we use the
backup boot method to boot a kernel and use the root from
an external SD card. I will write something down.
> If it uses u-boot as the bootloader, or if upstream u-boot supports
> it, you could test the status of the Debian u-boot packages on it:
Yes, it uses uboot. I will look into the u-boot package.
> You could add support for it to the Debian Installer, probably
> starting with flash-kernel.
Thanks for the pointer, I will look into it.
> You could package whatever software is needed in Debian to regain the
> functionality of the OS it ships with under Debian.
Hahaha, the original software was a text editor with some features
like compare etc. Target was pure note taking in text format ;-)
I think everything the device did originally can easily be done in
All the best
PREINING Norbert http://www.preining.info
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