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== Technical information from [http://linuxtogo.org/gowiki/LinuxDevices LinuxDevices] ==
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'''Technical information from [http://linuxtogo.org/gowiki/LinuxDevices LinuxDevices]'''
  
 
* [http://linuxtogo.org/gowiki/ZaurusCollie collie]
 
* [http://linuxtogo.org/gowiki/ZaurusCollie collie]
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* [http://linuxtogo.org/gowiki/ZaurusTosa tosa]
 
* [http://linuxtogo.org/gowiki/ZaurusTosa tosa]
  
== zaurus-installer ==
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'''zaurus-installer'''
  
 
For the Zaurus a special kernel+initramfs has been developed.
 
For the Zaurus a special kernel+initramfs has been developed.
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There is a also a configuration file (/boot/boot.cfg) which allows selection of other kernels, custom kernel command lines, and specifies the label and the icon for each instance.
 
There is a also a configuration file (/boot/boot.cfg) which allows selection of other kernels, custom kernel command lines, and specifies the label and the icon for each instance.
  
=== How to install: ===
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'''How to install:'''
  
 
Just unpack zaurus-installer-YOURMACHINE.tar.gz on a free (FAT or EXT2/3 formatted) partition: the package contains the kexecboot-kernel and the updater.sh utility. Then proceed as usual for flashing (switch off, pull battery out, insert battery again, before inserting AC plug press OK+Power On. In the Japanese Menu select 4 and finally 3 for SD card or 4 for CF).
 
Just unpack zaurus-installer-YOURMACHINE.tar.gz on a free (FAT or EXT2/3 formatted) partition: the package contains the kexecboot-kernel and the updater.sh utility. Then proceed as usual for flashing (switch off, pull battery out, insert battery again, before inserting AC plug press OK+Power On. In the Japanese Menu select 4 and finally 3 for SD card or 4 for CF).
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For the SL-5500 (collie) and optionally for other Zaurus too, flashing is possible just using the routines of the original firmware:  
 
For the SL-5500 (collie) and optionally for other Zaurus too, flashing is possible just using the routines of the original firmware:  
 
reset the unit, Press C and D button during restart.
 
reset the unit, Press C and D button during restart.
 
 
See: [http://linuxtogo.org/gowiki/CollieInstall Flashing-collie]
 
See: [http://linuxtogo.org/gowiki/CollieInstall Flashing-collie]
  
 
[[Category:Machine]]
 
[[Category:Machine]]

Revision as of 13:18, 26 August 2009

Technical information from LinuxDevices

zaurus-installer

For the Zaurus a special kernel+initramfs has been developed. This special-purpose kernel is small enough to be flashed on NAND and features a framebuffer graphical menu for the selection of boot media containing the kernel to be kexec'ed.

Multi-partition cards and lots of filesystems are supported. The kernels to be launched are searched for in /boot of each available partition. There is a also a configuration file (/boot/boot.cfg) which allows selection of other kernels, custom kernel command lines, and specifies the label and the icon for each instance.

How to install:

Just unpack zaurus-installer-YOURMACHINE.tar.gz on a free (FAT or EXT2/3 formatted) partition: the package contains the kexecboot-kernel and the updater.sh utility. Then proceed as usual for flashing (switch off, pull battery out, insert battery again, before inserting AC plug press OK+Power On. In the Japanese Menu select 4 and finally 3 for SD card or 4 for CF). Screenshot

For the SL-5500 (collie) and optionally for other Zaurus too, flashing is possible just using the routines of the original firmware: reset the unit, Press C and D button during restart. See: Flashing-collie

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