LOL @ angstrom
if i remember right it probably has only 2gb emmc on that board
so flashing is not an option
On 2/14/2020 7:23 PM, ddchap...@gmail.com wrote:
Followed the instructions.
Two user leds turned on
They did not blink just stayed like that for a while
I tried yhe sd with the kali image and the lights did not even turn on.
Removed the sd chip and applied power and angstrom booted up with the gui
n Friday, February 14, 2020 at 9:13:49 AM UTC-6, RobertCNelson wrote:
On Fri, Feb 14, 2020, 8:24 AM <ddch...@gmail.com> wrote:
ok. so the image i was trying to flash to my BBB was a 4gb sd chip bootable.
not a flash image. if i put the 4gb sd bootable version in the sd slot then i
should have seen the device boot but it didnt. i was expecting a flash
process. right there i see a red flag.
why would the bootable sd not boot? the image is corrupt? am i supposed to
download and create the image using the BBB? Ive been doing everything on my
It will boot, just follow these directions exactly..
Plug in SD card.
Using your finger nail, hold down the boot button.
Insert power with other hand.
Once LED's start to blink, remove finger nail from button.
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