The Mirabox is the latest Globalscale development kit built upon Marvell’s new Armada 370 SOC chipset. Equipped with an ARM v7 compliant architecture, floating point, and power saving sleep mode, the new Mirabox delivers world class computing power and efficiency in a sleek and small form factor.
1.2Ghz Marvell Armada 370
802.11b/g/n wireless with Marvell 88W8787 and Bluetooth 3.0
1GB NAND Flash / 1GB DDR3 RAM
2x Gigabit Ethernet
2x USB 3.0
1 external and 1 internal micro SD slots (USB-connected)
Internal Mini PCIe slot for expansion
Marvell Armada 370 1.2GHz
There is currently no support for a NAND installation. The root filesystem must be on SD or USB.
Micro SD Card Creation
Insert a micro SD card into your computer and record which device identifier it is (dmesg | tail)
Make sure it's not mounted (umount /dev/sdX* or umount /dev/mmcblk*)
Start fdisk to partition the SD card:
At the fdisk prompt, create the new partitions:
Type n, then p for primary, 1 for the first partition on the drive, ENTER to accept the default starting sectors, and +100M for the ending sector.
Type t to set the type, then c to set it to FAT.
Type n, then p for primary, 2 for the second partition, and press ENTER twice to accept default values.
Exit by typing w.
Create and mount the vfat filesystem:
mount /dev/sdX1 boot
Create and mount the ext4 filesystem:
mount /dev/sdX2 root