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Re: Debian on Ainol Novo 7 Basic


just FYI, the NOVO 7 use a Xburst JZ4770 CPU. you can find the usbboot
tools source code under here[1].

[1] http://downloads.openmobilefree.net/Ingneic/xburst-tools-linux/

we have a xburst-tools package under Debian. but it only support JZ4740
cpu. if someone want help add JZ4770 support will be great. source code:

On 02/11/2012 08:31 AM, Cristian Paul Peñaranda Rojas wrote:
Sorry i just comented on the list based on my experience with a ben
nanonote that uses similar chip as the Ainol so i asumed the usboot will
be there for recover from bricked status.

On Tue, Feb 07, 2012 at 10:52:40AM +0400, Vsevolod Glumov wrote:
Hi, I'm doing a big research on running Debian on Ainol Novo 7 Basic too.
How far have you gone? Are you trying to destroy the Android System
completely, or making some kind of a dual-boot?

My goal is to make a device, that would boot Debian natively with no use of
CyanGen or ClockWork. Is there a way to boot the device with no system
whatsoever for Debian Installer to be loaded trough LAN? There are a couple
of sources on-line that claim you still need presence of a couple of
Android files to load the hardware. That's why I'm interested to know how
far have you gone with your breaking the device.

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