This is a Subproject of the Letux project
SD Formatting Tool
This project provides a tool to format and fill SD card images with software from the GTA04 distribution so that you can use them on Letux supported devices.
- Letux 2804 / GTA04
- Letux 3704 / GTA04b2
- Letux 7004 / GTA04b3
- BeagleBoard + Openmoko LCD (b1)
- BeagleBoard XM + Openmoko LCD (b1)
- PandaBoard ES
- Letux Cortex 15
- Pyra-Handheld = Letux Cortex 15 + Pyra peripherals
- BeagleBone Black + 4.3 inch panel
More to come. And let us know your proposals.
How to use
download (first install)
wget -O makesd "http://git.goldelico.com/?p=gta04-makesd.git;a=blob_plain;hb=HEAD;f=makesd" chmod +x makesd
curl -o makesd "http://git.goldelico.com/?p=gta04-makesd.git;a=blob_plain;hb=HEAD;f=makesd" chmod +x makesd
update to latest version
DEV=/dev/sdc ./makesd lxde
This command assumes that the raw device of your SD card reader is /dev/sdc.
If you run it on a GTA04 device, please use DEV=/dev/mmcblk0 (or 1).
Note that you can't overwrite the device that was booted from. So you need to boot a GTA04 device from NAND or eMMC (if available).
For more examples, see Examples.
available partition file systems
For a complete list, please check with Variants.
Please note that you can specify more than one variant until all 4 partitions are filled (some variants may need two partitions and must come first).
gta04 -- production image for all Letux 2804 / GTA04A2/3/4/5 boards in Openmoko Neo 1973 or Freerunner case gta04b2 -- production image for all Letux 3704 boards gta04b3 -- production image for all Letux 7004 boards debian -- bootable rootfs partition with debian (no GUI) lxde -- bootable rootfs partition with debian and LXDE quantumstep -- bootable rootfs partition with Quantumstep ... pyra