debian 2014-07-10 (test update) images

Hi Guys,

I just pushed out some new images for testing.

There's now two images, the "lxde" image which you'll find by default
in the eMMC, and the "console" image for users who want a basic bare
bones image. It has just enough to flash the eMMC, thus it's not as
light as it could be:

debian@beaglebone:~$ df -h
Filesystem Size Used
Avail Use% Mounted on
rootfs 1.8G 289M 1.4G 18% /

The "other" massive change, we had a request to clean up the boot
partition, so i went a little overboard over the holiday weekend. At
least i wrote up the spec, so here it is:

This allows us to do some cool things, like easily install debian'
jessie's kernel and boot with it. The only requirement is to update
the uname_r variable in /boot/uEnv.txt


Oh and the other big update, is now live. so:

which means:

debian@beaglebone:~$ sudo apt-cache search linux-image | grep bone
linux-image-3.13.11-bone12 - Linux kernel, version 3.13.11-bone12
linux-image-3.15.4-bone4 - Linux kernel, version 3.15.4-bone4
linux-image-3.15.5-bone4 - Linux kernel, version 3.15.5-bone4
linux-image-3.16.0-rc4-bone0 - Linux kernel, version 3.16.0-rc4-bone0
linux-image-3.8.13-bone58 - Linux kernel, version 3.8.13-bone58
linux-image-3.8.13-bone59 - Linux kernel, version 3.8.13-bone59
linux-image-3.8.13-bone60 - Linux kernel, version 3.8.13-bone60

debian@beaglebone:~$ sudo apt-cache search linux-headers | grep bone
linux-headers-3.13.11-bone12 - Linux kernel headers for 3.13.11-bone12 on armhf
linux-headers-3.15.4-bone4 - Linux kernel headers for 3.15.4-bone4 on armhf
linux-headers-3.15.5-bone4 - Linux kernel headers for 3.15.5-bone4 on armhf
linux-headers-3.16.0-rc4-bone0 - Linux kernel headers for
3.16.0-rc4-bone0 on armhf
linux-headers-3.8.13-bone58 - Linux kernel headers for 3.8.13-bone58 on armhf
linux-headers-3.8.13-bone59 - Linux kernel headers for 3.8.13-bone59 on armhf
linux-headers-3.8.13-bone60 - Linux kernel headers for 3.8.13-bone60 on armhf

Just make sure to still use:

cd /opt/scripts/tools/
git pull
sudo ./

as that'll also update the uname_r variable automatically.