PandaBoard minimal-FS Download

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We have provided you with some binaries to start with. Download the environment with respect to your platform.
We have provided you with some binaries to start with. Download the environment with respect to your platform.
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Such old minimal-FS '''does not work with Pandaboard ES'''. For a more recent minimal file system, see [[OMAP_Ubuntu_Core|OMAP Ubuntu Core]]
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Latest revision as of 09:27, 22 November 2012

EVEN MORE IMPORTANT: See Troubleshooting for up-to-date information and binaries. Information below is outdated.


minimal-FS
Setting up your Validation Environment on your OMAP Platform
Overview Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8

   

Step 1


[edit] Downloading the minimal-FS Environment

We have provided you with some binaries to start with. Download the environment with respect to your platform.

Such old minimal-FS does not work with Pandaboard ES. For a more recent minimal file system, see OMAP Ubuntu Core

Platform Release Notes
PandaBoards L24.9-Pandaboard-minimal-rootfs
  • Contains root-fs, MLO, u-boot,bin, uImage
  • Untar as root for best results.
  • Tested on Pandaboard Rev EA1, A1
  • Release Notes - Sources
PandaBoard L24.9-Pandaboard-validation-fs
  • This rootfs is used to validate whether your board is functioning properly or not. Simply download and install this environment on you SD card.
  • Contains root-fs, MLO, u-boot,bin, uImage
  • Untar as root (If using gparted for partitioning the MMC card, do not forget to check the Boot and Iba flags in gparted tool, after creating partions)
  • Tested on Pandaboard Rev EA1, A1
  • NOTE: HDMI and a thumb drive are optional for completing tests for HDMI/DVI output and testing the USB Host ports. Make sure you Thumb drive is connected prior to booting.
  • Release Notes - Sources



Note: Release names are current releases used from TI. This name varies depending on distro.


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