Hi Silas, DGreenMan and others,
thanks for not killing me, yet
Here is what I have done to your image (I wanted to use my 4Gb card
- write your image to 8Gb SD card
- use virtual machine with gparted bootable cd, resize partition to - 100Mb.
- read 8Gb SD card to file
- split this big file at size 3965190144
- write new file to 4Gb card, jupi
I have created Torrent (see attachment) for someone with problems to write image on 4Gb card.
Now more people can use this image, with 4Gb Cards (or little less:)
In this image at the end now it is 66,5Mb unallocated space. Checked with gparted. It means you can safely delete 66,5Mb at the end of the .img, if image is still to big to fit on your 4Gb SD card.
Or you can use this for swap partition (with gparted I saw there is no swap partition) or use this space to enlarge your primary partition.
And now some more interesting stuff about what I have seen on this .img:
In config.txt I have seen, nothing to worry, just to let you know:
First time just after starting XBMC after one minute stopped responding (freezes).
Next reboot, after starting XBMC nothing happened just blue background. If I pressed enter it showed me prompt. Next reboot unknow error on blue background again enter showed me prompt ... So lot of problems, unusable for me.
It was crashing till I commented/deleted arm_freq=880 line. Maybe my 0.7A charger is not enough or I should also overclock something else, who knows...
I didn't recapture my 4Gb card, so if anyone have this problems, they can try to delete arm_freq line.
For me it is enough speed (it is armhf:), I think I don't need overclocking.
Now it is working constantly for cca 2 hours without problems, playing from PS3 media server (just for test, not best choice to use PS3 media server, but it was already on my computer) over network with no problem.
Sound is working with HDMI and analog. Default it was set to analog.
Thanks you all for good work