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howtos:hardware:arm:toshiba_ac100_dynabook_az [2015/10/20 14:54 (UTC)]
louigi600 [Repackaging The Boot Images For Aboot]
howtos:hardware:arm:toshiba_ac100_dynabook_az [2016/03/30 12:51 (UTC)]
louigi600 [Repackaging The Boot Images For Aboot]
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 You are now theoretically ready to try your rescue image without actually flashing it. You are now theoretically ready to try your rescue image without actually flashing it.
  
-Restart your device into recovery mode (POWER + ESC + CTRL) an load the rescue image into ram. I've not yet got round to prepare a ram rescue image (requires 3.8+ kernel, u-boot and other details prepended to the kernel and initrd images) but over at ac100.grandou.net they have it sorted out, so for the mean time you can try their ram loading sos-uboot-r5-alpha.bin image ... other wise skip this step and go to the one below.+Restart your device into recovery mode (POWER + ESC + CTRL) an load the rescue image into ram. I've not yet got round to prepare a ram rescue image (requires 3.8+ kernel, u-boot and other details prepended to the kernel and initrd images) but over at ac100.grandou.net they have it sorted out, so for the mean time you can try their ram loading ​[[https://​dl.dropboxusercontent.com/​u/​40761340/​sos-uboot-r5-alpha.bin|sos-uboot-r5-alpha.bin]] ​image ... other wise skip this step and go to the one below
 +If you want to read more about sos-uboot-r5-alpha you can do so [[https://​ac100.grandou.net/​sosbootr5|here]].
  
   nvflash --bl sos-uboot-r5-alpha.bin --sync   nvflash --bl sos-uboot-r5-alpha.bin --sync
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 According to [[http://​ac100.grandou.net/​kerneldev#​mainline_git_kernel|ac100.grangow.net]] form 3.15 on there is full support on mainstream kernel. According to [[http://​ac100.grandou.net/​kerneldev#​mainline_git_kernel|ac100.grangow.net]] form 3.15 on there is full support on mainstream kernel.
  
-Native kernel build (in order to compile this native 512Mb arr not sufficient so you need to swap on something {SD,usb storage or internal emmc}: an extra 512Mb swap will suffice). +Native kernel build (in order to compile this native 512Mb are no longer ​sufficient so you need to swap on something {SD,usb storage or internal emmc}: an extra 512Mb swap will suffice). 
-It;s technically possible to work form marvin'​s kernel git but I've not been able to configure that kernel to boot correctly ... it hangs while attempting to read RTC, but it's probably just something wrong that I did in the configuration.+It's technically possible to work form marvin'​s kernel git but I've not been able to configure that kernel to boot correctly ... it hangs while attempting to read RTC, but it's probably just something wrong that I did in the configuration.
 #git clone --depth 1 -b chromeos-ac100-3.0 https://​gitorious.org/​~marvin24/​ac100/​marvin24s-kernel.git #git clone --depth 1 -b chromeos-ac100-3.0 https://​gitorious.org/​~marvin24/​ac100/​marvin24s-kernel.git
  

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