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#1361
Originally Posted by wicket View Post
I've added support for additional kexec options. That will allow you to specify an initrd image in ubiboot.conf.

I also replaced the Ubuntu graphic for a Maemo Leste graphic.

Let's see if juiceme likes it.

https://github.com/juiceme/ubiboot-animatronics/pull/1
Can you build and send me .conf file please?
 

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#1362
Did something I should have done ages past, prompted by @wicket actually
Branched https://github.com/juiceme/kernel-ad...t_v037_patched so that there'd be no trouble to find what is the correct repository to build ubiboot kernel
 

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#1363
Originally Posted by juiceme View Post
Did something I should have done ages past, prompted by @wicket actually
Branched https://github.com/juiceme/kernel-ad...t_v037_patched so that there'd be no trouble to find what is the correct repository to build ubiboot kernel
I see readme file but little complicated for me.
can you explain me how to build kernel and other files like .conf etc...?
Or please can you do it and upload new file here please?

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#1364
Originally Posted by n950 View Post
I see readme file but little complicated for me.
can you explain me how to build kernel and other files like .conf etc...?
Or please can you do it and upload new file here please?
I'll release 0.3.8 soon, maybe today.
 

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#1365
Released new version of ubiboot, 4 years and some after the previous one

http://swagman.org/juice/ubiboot/ubi...3.8_060318.tar
 

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#1366
I have ubiboot small (tiny) installed on my N9.
if i flash kernel with this new version it will cause problem or not? like upgrade...
Or do i need to install with fresh PR1.3?

thanks for your work
 

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#1367
Originally Posted by n950 View Post
I have ubiboot small (tiny) installed on my N9.
if i flash kernel with this new version it will cause problem or not? like upgrade...
Or do i need to install with fresh PR1.3?

thanks for your work
You need to change 3 things,
1.) Update the new ubiboot.conf to your configuration partition
2.) Update the new ubiboot-02.menus.cpio to same place
3.) Flash the new kernel zImage_2.6.32.54-ubiboot-02_06032018

The new ubiboot is not compatible with the previous one, as internal interface version has changed.

However; you do not need to change any other partitions (OS installations), just make sure you copy to the new ubiboot.conf the same configuration you have now.
 

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#1368
How to pass this error on 64GB device?

Code:
Battery level 61 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress         transfer     flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[_] kernel       [init         0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
ERROR: SU_PREPARE_DATA_BLOCK_REQ terminated with error code 3: Invalid state

    image        [state    progress         transfer     flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[f] kernel       [init         0 %       0 /   11848 kB      NA     ]
Fetching error list:
========================================
Image too big to fit partition: image 219776+12133248 bytes
[Pipe   0] Finishing in error state with status 1
========================================
Thanks
 

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#1369
Originally Posted by n950 View Post
How to pass this error on 64GB device?

Code:
Battery level 61 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress         transfer     flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[_] kernel       [init         0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
ERROR: SU_PREPARE_DATA_BLOCK_REQ terminated with error code 3: Invalid state

    image        [state    progress         transfer     flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[f] kernel       [init         0 %       0 /   11848 kB      NA     ]
Fetching error list:
========================================
Image too big to fit partition: image 219776+12133248 bytes
[Pipe   0] Finishing in error state with status 1
========================================
Thanks
Ah, so it happens that your kernel partition is not large enough to hold the image. (so could be there is so much worn areas that the usable size has shrunken too much?)

Or is he device N9 or N950? I am not sure if the partition is smaller on N950 device?
 
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#1370
Originally Posted by juiceme View Post
Ah, so it happens that your kernel partition is not large enough to hold the image. (so could be there is so much worn areas that the usable size has shrunken too much?)

Or is he device N9 or N950? I am not sure if the partition is smaller on N950 device?
It's N9.
How can i do now? to flash new ubiboot kernel.
nb. i try with n9 16GB it's the same error
perhaps your ubiboot is for N950 kernel...

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