Here is the BeagleBone Debian (rc) image you want to test (2014-04-14)

Here we go... Last chance! :wink:

New Capes:
universal cape, weather 2, cryto (once boot, install tpm-tools)

So please continue to use the bug tracker:
http://bugs.elinux.org/projects/debian-image-releases

So the images are linked to from here:
http://elinux.org/Beagleboard:BeagleBoneBlack_Debian#2014-04-14

and the full changelog/tweaklog:
http://elinux.org/Beagleboard:BeagleBoneBlack_Debian#2014-04-14_Changes

Regards,

Here we go... Last chance! :wink:

New Capes:
universal cape, weather 2, cryto (once boot, install tpm-tools)

So please continue to use the bug tracker:
http://bugs.elinux.org/projects/debian-image-releases

So the images are linked to from here:
http://elinux.org/Beagleboard:BeagleBoneBlack_Debian#2014-04-14

Uploading to S3 for more bandwidth now. One uploaded, should I replace
the "mirror" links?

For now, I'd leave the mirror links.. Even thou that server is cross
country for me, for some reason s3's about half as fast.

Regards,

Here we go... Last chance! :wink:

New Capes:
universal cape, weather 2, cryto (once boot, install tpm-tools)

So please continue to use the bug tracker:
http://bugs.elinux.org/projects/debian-image-releases

So the images are linked to from here:
http://elinux.org/Beagleboard:BeagleBoneBlack_Debian#2014-04-14

Uploading to S3 for more bandwidth now. One uploaded, should I replace
the "mirror" links?

For now, I'd leave the mirror links.. Even thou that server is cross
country for me, for some reason s3's about half as fast.

But the "mirror" links and primary "wget" links are the same. I added
the S3 links for now, which should be live as soon as the upload
completes.

But the "mirror" links and primary "wget" links are the same. I added
the S3 links for now, which should be live as soon as the upload
completes.

Oh, I was just making it easy, so you'd just have to change the
primary links. :wink:

Regards,

But the "mirror" links and primary "wget" links are the same. I added
the S3 links for now, which should be live as soon as the upload
completes.

Oh, I was just making it easy, so you'd just have to change the
primary links. :wink:

Ah, that's what I was driving at.... if I should change "primary" or
"mirror". I'll swap out the primary links.

I'm downloading the flasher image now to test on the CryptoCape. I'll
let you know how it goes.

Josh

You'll still have to install 'tpm-tools', as one of it's dependices
'trousers' is broken and can't be installed in a chroot environment.
So it didn't make the default image.

Regards,

I'm ok with that. As much as I'd like everyone to have a CryptoCape, I'm
fine with users who have a CryptoCape having to download some extra
software. The user must take ownership of the TPM anyway, so I don't
think it should be in the default image. (Maybe when the Rev C comes
out with 4GB... :stuck_out_tongue: )

Thanks for backporting the driver!

Josh

Robert,

The CryptoCape works great with this update, thanks for your help. The
TPM works nicely, the RTC shows up on /dev/rtc1, I can easily flash
the ATmega328p over UART4, and all the other crypto ICs show up.

Josh

Just curious, why wicd, which is a dead project? Something Connman can’t do?

See:
http://bugs.elinux.org/issues/35

and:
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/beagleboard/rCxxyhU3XEs/kjXwUMwTfFEJ

<quote>
"Questions? Should we switch to connman? (i'm still testing this too..)

To test:
apt-get remove wicd-* --purge
apt-get install connman
(no good gui with connman)"
</quote>

Regards,