Okay, this time it works almost perfectly for me. I like the the configuration menu where you can choose to enable SSH, etc.
Still two minor issues though:
1. Now every time it boots it gives a warning on mount point '/squashfs' not exist.
2. There is a failed service resize2fs_once printout line for every boot.
I resized up my partition through the configuration menu.
Looked in the /etc/init.d/resizefs_once and saw that very script itself should have been removed after the first run. Somehow it is still in that directory and the service is still enabled. Now I manually remove the service and the failure printout line is gone.
Maybe this was caused by my resizing the partition through the configuration menu?
Anyway, now it boots perfectly and I can work from the comfort of my big monitor instead of looking hard on the CRT 480i screen.
Thanks a bunch!
Max wrote: jadecolour wrote:
I've tried it and did not work for me,
I used the following command to format my SD card
$mkdosfs /dev/sdb -F16 -I
Create a primary partition with your favorite partitioning tool (e.g. fdisk/sfdisk/cfdisk/parted) and then mkdosfs on /dev/sdb1 instead of sdb.
Also make sure that it formats it as vfat (long filenames)
Alternatively, put the sdcard in a digital camera or windows pc and let it format the card for you.