ARMv7 devices and how to get Arch Linux ARM running and how to make the most of them.
I've been unable to get Arch up and running on my 8GB SanDisk and can't seem to figure out why. According to various sources 8GB SD cards are often incompatible with an Arch/PandaBoard setup, but I've been unable to find any sort of discussion into the specifics of why that is. Does anyone have an understanding of this issue? Is there some work-around I've missed?
From what I read most 4GB SD cards are compatible, but I'm hesitant to go out and buy an arbitrary 4GB SD card without understanding what's going wrong with my 8GB; it seems I could find myself in the same position again. Is there a documented list of known compatible SD cards (make/model/size)? Would there be any value in starting one (or is it as simple as "any 4GB SD card will be fine")?
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I have a Transcend SDHC 4GB Class 10 card in my Pandaboard, which seems to work fine.
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