Re: Debian on my tablet?
Paul Wise <email@example.com> writes:
> On Sat, Jan 21, 2017 at 3:44 PM, Rodolfo Medina wrote:
>> The following two files were created: BOOT and embedded-update.img, and the
>> following output was produced:
>> rkunpack: info: RKFW signature detected
>> rkunpack: info: version: 1.1.0
>> rkunpack: info: date: 2013-04-17 15:57:08
>> rkunpack: info: family: rk30xx
>> rkunpack: info: 00000066-0002ee73 BOOT (size: 192014)
>> rkunpack: info: 0002ee74-1a137e77 embedded-update.img (size: 437293060)
>> . Is embedded-update.img our kernel image? And should we conclude that maybe
>> 0x00000066 is the system RAM base address we are looking for?
> Not sure, what is the output of these commands?
> file BOOT
> file embedded-update.img
Respectively, `BOOT: data' and `embedded-update.img: data'.
>> . So I need the two parameters: --base and --kernel. Should I maybe put, in
>> place of 0x00200000, the above 0x00000066 that came out from the output of
>> rkunpack? And what should I put in place of zImage?
> No, those are the locations on your tablet's storage device where the
> data in those files should be placed.
Then what shall I put in place of `--base 0x00200000' and `--kernel zImage',
and also of `my-boot.img', as shown in the article?
> The busybox in your computer only runs on Intel/AMD CPUs.
> There might be one on the tablet that runs on the ARM/Rockchip CPUs.
> Please use only the ARM busybox otherwise it won't work on the tablet.
On the tablet there's no `arm' directory and I can't locate the file busybox as
in Android's root the command `find' is not recognized.
It seems we are stuck here...