Always Innovating "Super-Jumbo" image

Does the Always Innovating “Super-Jumbo” image work on pre xM boards?


Yes it most certainly does. Tried it on many different HDMI tv's. I
couldn't get android to network properly and Google chromium wouldn't
network either.
ai-os demo seems to need little configuration once you boot if you're
using hdmi tv. All I had to adjust was the cache in mplayer. Has
anyone managed to get ai-os jumbo image to work over s-video?

I meant to specify that this was possible for me with a rev c4 board

Hmm. Rev C4 with the current release of the AI bundle?

Maybe you can try and see if it works or not? Do you know any issues
off hand that you experienced if you tried it already?

Most of the issues can be fixed by OE maintenance patches that we use
for our current release images:

I believe kernel source with AIOS patches (not the above) is already
available for download. Picking patches from the above and applying
them should help.


Thanks Joel. I’ve never tried it but when I read the installation guide it was for xM and had packages for A, B and C. No mention of vanilla Beagle. It seems to me as though the SD formatting is different for each category of BB - xM vs Rev C.


SuperJumbo is now supposed to work on Beagleboard XM-revC if you
follow this:

To get ethernet access on ChromiumOS, you need to edit line 21 in /etc/
init/flimflam.conf in ChromiumOS, by replacing:
exec /usr/sbin/flimflamd -i ra0 -W wext -k /var/whitelist/owner/key
exec /usr/sbin/flimflamd -i usb0 -k /var/whitelist/owner/key
(you have a console access on tty2 - login chronos, no password)

Ethernet is supposed to work automatically on Android and it has been
tested. It can also be set up in the Ethernet setting menu.

Grégoire Gentil
Founder Always Innovating
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Hi Gregoire,

My question was about the Rev C (classic?) before the xM series.

You know, you can easily answer this question by actually trying it yourself. :wink:

A better question to you.. Why do you think it won't WORK, with
original Cx beagle?


Because I see changes in the formatting of the SD for each edition. So my assumption is that the image is for taking advantage of a possibly changed system. Besides, there even seems to be different versions of the image for different xM series revisions. So rather than be frustrated trying to use the image and then ask a question and be told that it’s silly, I asked the silly question first.


LIES! Not true.. The same properly formatted sd card will work with
all beagle's.. (swap the mlo/u-boot.bin for the appropriate board, and
the same formatted sd card will work with the

For that image, the xM C is the only one that needs the tweak, since
the "image" in question came before the xM C was released to the
public and at the time they didn't update the mlo/u-boot.bin/kernel
for it.. :wink:


See why it’s good to ask questions? There are different instructions floating about for creating boot images for the classicos and the xMs. Now I know. I’ll give the Super Jumbo a whirl and then grip and ask more questions.


Can someone explain the purpose of this private message?


Super Jumbo is working on Beagleboard "standard" revision C. It has
been successfully tested. You don't need to follow the XM guideline in
the wiki (though it doesn't hurt),

Grégoire Gentil
Founder Always Innovating
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Thanks much.


Can someone explain the purpose of this private message?

Well first it is rude to just post private message to the public and
second if you read the link I put at the bottom you should figure it out
yourself. Just to help you it was very hard to follow Robert’s and your

So, Mark, what did you want to achieve with your message?



I am leaving the full quote below for others to read.

What I really like best of all is network booting the devices. So much faster and easier than fooling with SD cards.

Bob Cochran