[Tiny-tux] question about flashing SD cards

Corey McGuire coreyfro at coreyfro.com
Wed Dec 22 18:12:04 UTC 2010

Nice board!  I now have board envy.  Are you hanging out at Techshop,
still?  It's been years since I went there, so I don't know the policy for
meetings there, but if there is enough interest in a Peninsula embedded
group (if there isn't one, already), we could host one there.  I am also
acquainted with David Weekly, we can try Hacker Dojo.

Thursday I am doing Family-Schtuff(tm).  I am sure you could get x working
in no time, but if you need any help with open embedded, I am in the OE
channel on freenode or could meet at Noisebridge.

On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 5:38 PM, Alison Chaiken <alchaiken at gmail.com> wrote:

> As is so often the case, I seem to have solved my SD card problem
> without figuring out what it was.    I now have a script that adds
> packages to the Kickstart and writes a new filesystem to the SD card.
> The insatiably curious can gander at the instructions I am basing my
> attempts on (http://wiki.meego.com/ARM/OMAP4_Panda).
> Unfortunately the board isn't just supposed to boot, it's supposed to
> do something useful.    Now if I could just get X working properly  .
>  .    .  How many days until CES ?!
> Nonetheless, I am meeting a couple of Linuxy friends at 21st Amendment
> at 7 PM on Thursday for some holiday cheer.    Anyone who wants to
> join us is welcome.     Look for the estimable @jezra, winner of
> several facial-hair-related contests.
> --
> Alison Chaiken
> (650) 279-5600  (cell)
>              http://www.exerciseforthereader.org/
> Freedom is not an abstract concept in business. -- Bob Young, founder of
> Red Hat
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