Install PuTTY on a Windows PC and ssh in to the R-Pi as root/openelec.greglogan wrote:Sounds good. I'll try later this evening. BTW, how do I leave the XBMC front end and get to BASH ?
Thanks again for the info
It looks like they've just added support for XZ compressed kernels (commit history)- I guess it's not quite working as expected. Seems a rather unnecessary change/saving...funnel wrote:Same here kernel size 3.5mb an doesn't boot. 11019
Did you have a second ext4 partition on your Debian SD card?OrbDemon wrote: Any pointers? Either for resolution and continuation of the build or for the pre-built cheat above? It's certainly a good learning exercise - I knew almost nothing about this stuff.
r10977 just built cleanly for me.Hansel wrote: Any idea what's going on with the build issues? Problem at my end or in the repo?
Have a look in this (<=link) thread.gruffman wrote:Anyone having a finished build (.img) for this? I have a slow cpu so don't want to build it my self.
And also, the latest version lacks information in the INTALL file.