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ben [Partition Table]
ls1043ardb:install [2017/03/15 13:38] (current)
ben [Installing Guinnux]
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 ==== Filesystem ==== ==== Filesystem ====
-Lastly ​the boot filesystem needs to created and the boot file copied onto it.+Finally, ​the boot filesystem needs to created and the boot file copied onto it.
  
 Create an ext4 filesystem on the SD card image. ​ Create an ext4 filesystem on the SD card image. ​
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 The Guinnux rescue image is used as a failover when a fully functional Guinnux system is not detected. The rescue system allows for a Guinnux installation to be recovered or a new Guinnux system to be installed. During this step the Guinnux rescue system will be flashed onto the on board SPI flash. The SPI flash is used as to not interfere with any of the other images that may be avalable on the RDB. The Guinnux rescue image is used as a failover when a fully functional Guinnux system is not detected. The rescue system allows for a Guinnux installation to be recovered or a new Guinnux system to be installed. During this step the Guinnux rescue system will be flashed onto the on board SPI flash. The SPI flash is used as to not interfere with any of the other images that may be avalable on the RDB.
  
-In order to acheive this the u-boot loaded onto the SD card needs to be booted. Thus the SW4[1-8] and SW5[1] dip switches need to be setup like this: ''​SW4[1-8]+SW5[1] = 0b'​00100000_0''​ as per the LSS1043A RDB User Manual.+In order to acheive thisthe u-boot loaded onto the SD card needs to be booted. Thus the SW4[1-8] and SW5[1] dip switches need to be setup like this: ''​SW4[1-8]+SW5[1] = 0b'​00100000_0''​ as per the LSS1043A RDB User Manual.
  
 Now boot the u-boot image from the SD card and halt the autoboot: Now boot the u-boot image from the SD card and halt the autoboot:
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-Now load the rescue image from the SD card into RAM and write it to the SPI flash. This opreation ​takes forever so maybe go get a cup of coffee in the meantime+Now load the rescue image from the SD card into RAM and write it to the SPI flash. This operation ​takes forever so maybe go get a cup of coffee in the meantime
  
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 ===== Installing Guinnux ===== ===== Installing Guinnux =====
  
-The board should start now have booted ​into the Guinnux Rescue System. The board will need internet connectivity in order to install Guinnux. The Rescue System make use of eth2 i.e. RGMII1 for internet connectivity,​ thus connect this interface onto the LAN.+The board should start now and boot into the Guinnux Rescue System. The board will need internet connectivity in order to install Guinnux. The Rescue System make use of eth2 i.e. RGMII1 for internet connectivity,​ thus connect this interface onto the LAN.
  
 Login to the rescue system. User is ''​root''​ password is ''​bigbang''​ Login to the rescue system. User is ''​root''​ password is ''​bigbang''​
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-Verify that the board has Internet connectivity. If needed use ''​nano''​ to edit the ''​%%/​etc%%/​network%%/​interfaces%%''​ file or the ''​%%/​etc%%/​resolv.conf''​ file to customise the network configuration to suit your networking environment.+Verify that the board has Internet connectivity. If neededuse ''​nano''​ to edit the ''​%%/​etc%%/​network%%/​interfaces%%''​ file or the ''​%%/​etc%%/​resolv.conf''​ file to customise the network configuration to suit your networking environment.
  
 Install Guinnux to the SD card by running the setup script. It is safe to answer yes to all questions. Install Guinnux to the SD card by running the setup script. It is safe to answer yes to all questions.
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   rescue:~ # reboot -f   rescue:~ # reboot -f
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-The board should now boot full blown Guinnux Aarch64 awesomeness. The user name and password for the full installation is also ''​root''​ / ''​bigbang''​ or ''​default''​ / ''​remote''​ for normal user access.+The board should now boot the full blown Guinnux Aarch64 awesomeness. The user name and password for the full installation is also ''​root''​ / ''​bigbang''​ or ''​default''​ / ''​remote''​ for normal user access.
  
 Point a web browser at the board and play with the Guinnux web configuration interface. Pretty much everything for the board can be configured from here. Have a look at the [[gnx5gettingstarted:​toc|getting started]] pages for more things to do. For the more adventurous,​ download the [[http://​downloads.guinnux.org/​toolchains/​aarch64-gnx5-linux-gnueabi.tar.bz2|Guinnux 5 Aarch64 toolchain]] and have a look at the [[gnx5howto:​toc|How To]] pages in order to cross compile some applications for Guinnux Point a web browser at the board and play with the Guinnux web configuration interface. Pretty much everything for the board can be configured from here. Have a look at the [[gnx5gettingstarted:​toc|getting started]] pages for more things to do. For the more adventurous,​ download the [[http://​downloads.guinnux.org/​toolchains/​aarch64-gnx5-linux-gnueabi.tar.bz2|Guinnux 5 Aarch64 toolchain]] and have a look at the [[gnx5howto:​toc|How To]] pages in order to cross compile some applications for Guinnux
  
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