TEST Debian Installer Native (hasty-armv5el or hasty-armv6el-vfp)
(NOT WORKING AT THE MOMENT)
I thought this section is just Test section. So I skipped this
section. but My BB is something wrong.
Do I have to TEST Debian Installer Native?
Short Answer: Only the 'QEMU' method works for "MojoHandhelds"
There are two install methods for "MojoHandhelds" the slow 'QEMU'
method works 100%... The 'Native' install was only a Proof of Concept
which failed, there are 3 main bugs. Two have work arounds, but the
last can not be fixed until Mojo Handhelds back-ports the Intrepid
Debian-Installer. The only reason the 'native' section is still there
is for the future "8.10 Icy" Release.... Look at the debian version
for what i was trying todo...
Anther problem I didn't understand below section because I am not good
BUG: The omapfb will fail to load so this is far as you can get with
it. On my last build I either didn't include the omapfb as builtin or
it's overwriting something.
Switch to F2, 'mount -a', now framebuffer will load ==> Switch to
Screen "F2", in console mode in any linux desktop/beagleboard, hit
"Ctrl", "Alt", "F1-8", usually the normal desktop is ctrl-alt-f7
if I finish this section Do I have to fdisk operation
or just remove CC-v2.6.27-2a3408b-oer4, initrd.gz for Debian Installer
QEMU (hasty-armv5el or hasty-armv6el) ?
last question .
I want to use Serial Port Console. where I paste blow sentence? I
pasted this to /etc/securetty but It did not working.
# ttyS2 - getty
# This service maintains a getty on tty6 from the point the system is
# started until it is shut down again.
start on runlevel 2
start on runlevel 3
stop on runlevel 0
stop on runlevel 1
stop on runlevel 4
stop on runlevel 5
stop on runlevel 6
exec /sbin/getty -L 115200 ttyS2
I have no experience with the serial port, take a look at ubuntu's howto...
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SerialConsoleHowto (Configuring the
console login process)
Use ttyS2 instead of ttyS0...