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September 18, 2014
This series of blog posts contains the following parts: 1. The bootloader U-Boot 2. The Kernel and Device Tree 3. Debian Root File System 4. Flashing with MFGTool in Windows (This part) 5. Creating an SDCard image in Linux   Part 4: MFGTool   In this part I won´t be talking that much about MFGTool itself. For that I already have a blog post outside of this series, that you can find here: Mainline Kernel and U-Boot with MFGTool   The script used in that blog is diff ...
This series of blog posts contains the following parts: 1. The bootloader U-Boot 2. The Kernel 3. Debian Root File System (This part) 4. Flashing with MFGTool in Windows 5. Creating an SDCard Image   Part 3: Debian   So in this part we´ll create a debian file system completely from scratch. You´re asking why you should do this, since there are downloadable images?   Well the reason I prefer this method is the following:   You can download a prebuilt ima ...
This series of blog posts contains the following parts: 1. The bootloader U-Boot 2. The Kernel (This part) 3. Debian Root File System 4. Flashing with MFGTool in Windows 5.Creating an SDCard Image   Part 2: Kernel   In this part we will be creating the kernel, the device tree as well as the modules and kernel headers from the mainline source code.   The build environment will be the same as the one for building u-boot. So if you didn´t already do that, then you sho ...
So this is the start of a series of blog posts I announced some time ago.   I will describe here what steps you have to take to create a full Linux image for the RIoTBoard. In the end there also will be a download to an image we created with these steps. One for flashing with MFGTool and one for directly writing onto an SDCard.   This will include the following Blog Parts: 1. The bootloader U-Boot (This Part) 2. The Kernel 3. Debian Root File System 4. Flashing with MFGTool in ...