[MeeGo-dev] Instructions for ARM / N900 (was Re: Day 1 is here ...)
toni at tuug.fi
Wed Mar 31 14:10:20 CDT 2010
Well you can use the backup utility of course, but it doesnt't backup
The interesting thing to do is try to get it installed on a memory card
and try from there. I would look into the direction of Fanoush's
Or just flash the MeeGo kernel and then go the chroot way. If it fails
flash the Maemo kernel back ?
In-Reply-To: <9af54e6b1003311157g6976d781xb51974a74579f456 at mail.gmail.com>
On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 08:57:01PM +0200, Sivan Greenberg wrote:
> Right, so that was my concern exactly, as I want to run the MeeGo
> kernel to try and test the firmware and prop. drivers. What's the best
> approach to have a failsafe backup in order to have MeeGo kernel on
> the baremetal ?
> On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 8:55 PM, Toni Nikkanen <toni at tuug.fi> wrote:
> > Well, mostly. You are not running the MeeGo kernel, but the apps and libraries do run
> > without any emulation in between.
> > On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 08:46:44PM +0200, Sivan Greenberg wrote:
> >> Is using the chroot in this case really like having MeeGo on the bare metal?
> >> Sivan
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