tkjacobsen wrote:snija wrote:There's alignment requirement for the rootfs, does anyone knows the details?
I've a 32GB SD card, each time after i tried to change the partition size, it would not boot anyway.
As I posted in this blog: http://craigerrington.com/blog/installi ... hromebook/ you have to mark the partitions as clean after resizing to be able to boot:
20. The last step is to mark the kernel partitions as known to be god so that the firmware will attempt to use them when you boot up. This marks both partitions as successful, and gives the first partition a priority of 10 and the second a priority of 5. Technically both creating a label and marking as successful aren’t needed but it is good practice.
cgpt add -i 1 -S 1 -T 5 -P 10 -l KERN-A /dev/mmcblk1
cgpt add -i 2 -S 1 -T 5 -P 5 -l KERN-B /dev/mmcblk1
http://blogs.arm.com/software-enablemen ... hromebook/
dutra wrote:Can I use cgpt in my Archlinux machine instead of the chromebookOS? I am going to follow the instructions again from my sd card into the emmc, and I was wondering about how to run cgpt from the archlinux build.
stronnag wrote:Copy the cgpt binary from the chromeos partition to /usr/bin/ in arch. It's a static executable, there are no external dependencies, so it "just works".
echo "console=tty1 debug verbose root=/dev/mmcblk1p3 rootwait rw" > /tmp/config
vbutil_kernel --pack /tmp/newkern --keyblock /usr/share/vboot/devkeys/kernel.keyblock --version 1 --signprivate /usr/share/vboot/devkeys/kernel_data_key.vbprivk --config=/tmp/config --vmlinuz /boot/vmlinuz-3.4.0 --arch arm
path = "/sys/class/power_supply/sbs-4-000b/uevent"
tedm wrote:Can anyone clarify the differences between the image in here under devices/install for the Samsung Chromebook, and the one with imx6 in the filename used in installs referenced here: https://gist.github.com/macton/4632677 and elsewhere? Thanks.
Gary13579 wrote:Can someone please post step by step instructions for getting nv-u-boot working on the SD card? I cannot get it working after spending hours messing with it.
Gary13579 wrote:I thought it was possible to do so without opening the Chromebook, as outlined in the "chained u-boot" section here: http://www.chromium.org/chromium-os/how ... ot-method-
I'd really prefer not to disable write protection, or overwrite the stock BIOS. But also not sure how to get it working otherwise, as the process is pretty vague in that page.
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