Have you visited the Allwinner Chipset wiki? - http://linux-sunxi.org/
Started by techtalk, January 23, 2014, 12:25:43 pm
Quote from: techtalk on January 23, 2014, 12:25:43 pmHi Everyone,Today i received my cubietruck. I am planning to make it boot from microsd loaded with Lubuntu server. I use Windows PC.I downloaded lubuntu image and fired it to microSD card using Win32DiskImager.exe. I inserted it into cubietruck and rebooted thinking that it will boot to lubuntu. But i think i am wrong. I tried to search for solution, but almost every solution gave me option to create a bootable image using Linux PC.I am thinking to make android stay in NAND and boot Lubuntu through microSD.Can someone help me in creating microSD which cubietruck can boot into..
Quote from: techtalk on January 24, 2014, 12:27:56 pmI used the tool unetbootin and created bootable card. But when i insert it in cubietruck and boot. It boots into default android installed in NAND. Is it possible to instruct cubieboard to boot from sd card or increase its priority.other method to use live cd sounds good for me. Let me try..
Quote from: beerstein on January 25, 2014, 06:43:34 amHi: I am wondering why there is not enough information on this forum about the boot process used in CB1, CB2 and CB3.
QuoteI discovered that it is slightly different.
QuoteIt took me 3 days to find out how it works. My goal was to implement Allwinner A10 dCore (from the Tiny Core Linux forum) on my A20 cubietruck.There is an article "Bootable SD card) at the linux-sunxi.org site. In this article it is mentioned for which CB.I assumed it is for CB2 - but not sure.
QuoteThere is another article at Rhombus- Tech about A10 boot process.
QuoteUse a Live Linux distribution o do the work. Win is no good for this.