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Hi,
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Good news, I have downloaded the latest and greatest version of uBoot and now the 8G SD card is going OK.  I have now a dul boot. The phone boots autmogically on Qtopia, if I want to boot on OM200808 I start with the NAND boot (press lock/ then power) and select the FAT32 option.
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Great!!

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I am an enthusiastic of the FreeRunner and OpenMoko initiatives. I am looking forward to find other people in Vancouver/Surrey that are using the device. I am not sure on how to use this publishing tool. So that's just a test. For Now.

Ok, now that's the situation here:

I don't have a debug card. I have been able to to a dual boot using the SD card that is provided with the phone. I have the Neo FreeRunner GTV02. I tried to do the dual boot with the 8G SD Card and it failed (three times), because it seems that the data on the card get corrupted after a suspend and/or a shutdown. It worked with the original 512MB card.

The primary boot is with QTOPIA and it is stable but not fully implemented (no GPS, no Browser, etc.), just a phone with some more stuff on it. (But I still love it. The secondary boot on the SD card is OpenMoko 2008.8 and, well it's buggy alright....

--Cquarinto 20:00, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

Hi, Good news, I have downloaded the latest and greatest version of uBoot and now the 8G SD card is going OK. I have now a dul boot. The phone boots autmogically on Qtopia, if I want to boot on OM200808 I start with the NAND boot (press lock/ then power) and select the FAT32 option. Great!!

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I am an enthusiastic of the FreeRunner and OpenMoko initiatives. I am looking forward to find other people in Vancouver/Surrey that are using the device. I am not sure on how to use this publishing tool. So that's just a test. For Now.

Ok, now that's the situation here:

I don't have a debug card. I have been able to to a dual boot using the SD card that is provided with the phone. I have the Neo FreeRunner GTV02. I tried to do the dual boot with the 8G SD Card and it failed (three times), because it seems that the data on the card get corrupted after a suspend and/or a shutdown. It worked with the original 512MB card.

The primary boot is with QTOPIA and it is stable but not fully implemented (no GPS, no Browser, etc.), just a phone with some more stuff on it. (But I still love it. The secondary boot on the SD card is OpenMoko 2008.8 and, well it's buggy alright....

--Cquarinto 20:00, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

Hi, Good news, I have downloaded the latest and greatest version of uBoot and now the 8G SD card is going OK. I have now a dul boot. The phone boots autmogically on Qtopia, if I want to boot on OM200808 I start with the NAND boot (press lock/ then power) and select the FAT32 option. Great!!