Presentation & question about flashing kernel
- Hi to all,
I'm an italian newbie... I've just set up my Kingston micro SDHC card (4Gb) with the base image (from http://linux.zipitwireless.com/wiki/OpenEmbedded), then later I added DOOM (from http://linux.zipitwireless.com/wiki/Doom); everything is working fine. No firmware/hardware mods at the moment.
I'm doing the setup of my new machine in order to install OpenEmbedded, because I run out of space: so I didn't had the chance to try the wireless yet.
I've found that sweetlilmre has setup a bunch of new things, and all the new improvements are based on flashing a new kernel.
I read from the AutoFlasher-r2 README.txt file:
"This script will only work on a z2 with the original Zipit firmware."
"Your original kernel will have been saved to the card as orig.kernel.bin for backup purposes (if you should ever wish to revert)"
This means that I can revert to the original firmware only with the serial mod?
Many thanks in advance
I've found some nice things there too: http://hunterdavis.com/archives/category/zipit-hacking
If you update to the newest git tree, you can now directly bitbake intltool. This was keeping xserver-kdrive and scummvm from building. They are both working fine now, instructions up on my site. Playing some Space Quest on the Z2 feels surprisingly old school
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Hunter Davis <huntergdavis@...> writes:
: Hi All,
: If you update to the newest git tree, you can now directly bitbake intltool. This was keeping xserver-kdrive and scummvm from building. They are both working fine now, instructions up on my site. Playing some Space Quest on the Z2 feels surprisingly old school
where's the latest git tree?
Bitbaking fine from the newest oe tree. It feels really nice to alt-tab between scummvm and xterm. Lots of interesting programs starting to build fine... http://hunterdavis.com/archives/117