I want to make a custom debian image, so i
./RootStock-NG.sh -c bb.org-debian-bullseye-minimal-v5.10-ti-armhf
sudo ./setup_sdcard.sh --img-2gb am335x-debian-11.7-minimal-armhf-2023-06 --dtb beaglebone --distro-bootloader --enable-cape-universal --enable-uboot-disable-pru --enable-bypass-bootup-scripts
But i get
0+0 records in
0+0 records out
0 bytes copied, 0,000104699 s, 0,0 kB/s
U-Boot Overlays Enabled...
That don’t seems ok and also no img is created, obviously i’m doing something wrong… any clue?
One thing that jumps out in the
./setup_sdcard.sh script is the first argument, i.e.
I say this only b/c most of the images are larger than 2GB.
P.S. Now, I am sure the owner of the repo will definitely prove me wrong in more ways than one. I will be watching to see how this transpires. I am interested in
Don’t use the ‘setup_sdcard.sh’ under tools, use the “packaged” archived version under deploy…
Edit, background, it’s looking for all the relative project files from when you ran RootStock-NG.sh…
Thanks, its working!
I get the 2gb param from here, i asume is because its a minimal image no desktop
Im curious about those names in configs. there seems to be:
- octavo-debian *******
- octavo-debian ******
What those means and why there is that classification? Also is there something like a “stable or master or whatever is called” config/kernel version.
bb.org → beagleboard.org images
eewiki → generic rootfs builds i use for day job: Linux Guides - Electronic Component and Engineering Solution Forum - TechForum │ Digi-Key
ocatvo → test builds for https://octavosystems.com/
For “stable” branches, right now that’s v4.19.x-ti (buster) and 5.10.x-ti (bullseye)… probably going to target 6.1.x-ti for (bookworm for the end of june…)