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    SUPERJUMBO!! Installation guide for Beagleboard/Pandabord and Gumstix

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    SUPERJUMBO!! Installation guide for Beagleboard/Pandabord and Gumstix

    Post by admin on Tue Jul 12, 2011 8:01 pm

    What a Face

    Hello!

    Super-Jumbo is sweet. New... But not a great deal of help is available..

    So, I will do what I can. Very Happy

    My Beagle is: Rev C4
    This (supposedly) should work on all Beagleboards (from original devboard Rev A to new RevB-XM).

    Let's start!

    Download the 2GB file: http://alwaysinnovating.com/beagleboard/

    What's needed:

    Super-Jumbo image [file]
    SD Card 4GB minimum
    SD Reader
    Linux computer (or VM)
    Beagleboard
    Keyboard
    Mouse (if you want to use the OS)

    [All images taken using my N900! Very Happy Very Happy ]



    On your Linux box..

    Insert a RAW (unformatted) SD card.
    Navigate to directory of super-jumbo*.tbz2

    Code:

    sudo -s
    tar -Oxjpf ai-superjumbo-2011-03.a.tbz2 | cat > /dev/sdb
    If you don't know your SD location in /dev/ use: fdisk -l

    Wait a while, maybe up to 30 minutes.

    That's it.
    Find your Beagleboard and insert the SD.
    Hold User Button and wait for it to boot.
    You will then see:

    Followed by:

    Then the fun!


    WHOOOOO HOOOO!

    Press USER Button ON Beagleboard (no keyboard/mouse input is registered).
    If you press nothing, Droid will boot.



    From here, select the OS you want:

    Let's go through the OS's:

    Droid:





    Chromium OS (Didn't use it, I have no ethernet plugged in [required]):


    Ubuntu:


    AI-OS


    AI-OS [chroot] OS selector:


    Unfortunately my BB is not setup right, yet, and I could not boot Droid on top of AI-OS:




    Enjoy. Keep it simple.
    Use copy and paste on the code supplied! You only need the one line (and sudo). :eek:

    GIT available: http://git.alwaysinnovating.com/


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    Re: SUPERJUMBO!! Installation guide for Beagleboard/Pandabord and Gumstix

    Post by admin on Tue Jul 12, 2011 8:02 pm

    This will also work with Pandaboard. I am not 100% sure if I need to recomp the OS, but I plan on building a OMAP4 kernel and I will upload here Very Happy


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