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  • 11:29 < H_u_m> is there any image for FR I can dd to a SD Card?
  • 11:33 < DocScrutinizer51> H_u_m: yes. the console image that does the gsm fw flashing
  • 11:33 < PaulFertser> H_u_m: alternatively, you just create a single ext2 partition on the card and untar the SHR image.

What I did

cd /tmp
wget http://build.shr-project.org/shr-testing/images/om-gta02/full-om-gta02.tar.gz
#start downloading

fdisk -l #to find the device name, refered as /dev/sdX
mount #make sure, it is unmounted (automount?)

fdisk /dev/sdX
help # show help
p # show me the partition table of this device! Is this my HDD or my backup USB stick?
d # delete
q # quit if /dev/sdX is wrong
n # new partition
p # everything ok?
w # write to disk

fdisk -l
/dev/sdX1 1 1020 7968239+ 83 Linux

mke2fs -j /dev/sdX1

mount /dev/sdX1 /mnt/
cd /mnt
tar -xvpzf /tmp/full-om-gta02.tar.gz
cd
umount /mnt

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Installation Blog

  • 11:29 < H_u_m> is there any image for FR I can dd to a SD Card?
  • 11:33 < DocScrutinizer51> H_u_m: yes. the console image that does the gsm fw flashing
  • 11:33 < PaulFertser> H_u_m: alternatively, you just create a single ext2 partition on the card and untar the SHR image.

What I did

cd /tmp
wget http://build.shr-project.org/shr-testing/images/om-gta02/full-om-gta02.tar.gz
#start downloading

fdisk -l #to find the device name, refered as /dev/sdX
mount #make sure, it is unmounted (automount?)

fdisk /dev/sdX
help # show help
p # show me the partition table of this device! Is this my HDD or my backup USB stick?
d # delete
q # quit if /dev/sdX is wrong
n # new partition
p # everything ok?
w # write to disk

fdisk -l
/dev/sdX1 1 1020 7968239+ 83 Linux

mke2fs -j /dev/sdX1

mount /dev/sdX1 /mnt/
cd /mnt
tar -xvpzf /tmp/full-om-gta02.tar.gz
cd
umount /mnt