Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-23 Thread Joachim Breitner
Hi, Am Mittwoch, den 22.10.2008, 10:54 +0200 schrieb arne anka: then i mounted the 512mb in my pc, checked the partition values (size, type), copied the content of the first one (kernel and a text file whose purpose i do not yet grasp) it should be a text file that, just for reference,

Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-23 Thread arne anka
type), copied the content of the first one (kernel and a text file whose purpose i do not yet grasp) it should be a text file that, just for reference, contains the URL of the installed kernel that i did understand -- but has it other meanings but to offer the user a link? ie, does the

Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-23 Thread Joachim Breitner
HI, Am Donnerstag, den 23.10.2008, 12:42 +0200 schrieb arne anka: type), copied the content of the first one (kernel and a text file whose purpose i do not yet grasp) it should be a text file that, just for reference, contains the URL of the installed kernel that i did understand --

Re: Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-22 Thread Andrew Bennett
Try removing both partitions from your SD card (fdisk then 'd' both partitions) and then running the installer again. When I ran the installer script for the first time (this was a while ago: a day or two after the installer script was published), with an SD card that was already partitioned with

Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-22 Thread arne anka
No, I have not tried the 512mb card (it's at home and I'm at college). I'm not sure how to do what you're talking about arne, but you're suggesting that I can install a base system and put Debian on that? Can you point me in the correct direction? He was saying if you had your 512 to

Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-22 Thread Davide Scaini
I have a 4gb sandisk sd, and it works nicely with suspend resume... but i have already to fsck it! ot: is there a software way to resume it? apm -resume? because i want to use 'at' to resume the phone and make it ring as an alarm... d On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 10:54 AM, arne anka [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Re: Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-22 Thread Matthew Lane
I did partition the card myself after I ran the installer and it failed, then I tried to do everything step by step (skipping the partition step). This proceeded to the part where it actually downloads debian packages and attempts to install them, and about 15 minutes through that it failed.

Re: Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-22 Thread Matthew Lane
arne anka wrote: div class=moz-text-flowed style=font-family: -moz-fixed No, I have not tried the 512mb card (it's at home and I'm at college). I'm not sure how to do what you're talking about arne, but you're suggesting that I can install a base system and put Debian on that? Can you

Re: Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-22 Thread arne anka
Awesome, what's the model # on that sandisk 8G? see here for the amazon url (sandisk 8gb ultra II seems to do, especially ultra II) http://lists.openmoko.org/nabble.html#nabble-td1088359 ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-22 Thread Johny Tenfinger
On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 13:17, Davide Scaini [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a 4gb sandisk sd, and it works nicely with suspend resume... but i have already to fsck it! ot: is there a software way to resume it? apm -resume? because i want to use 'at' to resume the phone and make it ring as an

Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-21 Thread Shawn prjktdtnt Thompson
Matthew Lane wrote: Hey all, I'm trying to install Debian on the freerunner using the install.sh script. I keep getting stuck at Calling ioctl() to re-read partition table. and then my script exits. I've tried individually installing, but after the install step the script fails to

Re: Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-21 Thread Matthew Lane
No, I have not tried the 512mb card (it's at home and I'm at college). I'm not sure how to do what you're talking about arne, but you're suggesting that I can install a base system and put Debian on that? Can you point me in the correct direction? Also, my 8gb uSDHC card works: [EMAIL

Re: [Debian] installer script

2008-10-21 Thread Shawn prjktdtnt Thompson
Matthew Lane wrote: No, I have not tried the 512mb card (it's at home and I'm at college). I'm not sure how to do what you're talking about arne, but you're suggesting that I can install a base system and put Debian on that? Can you point me in the correct direction? He was saying if