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authorPaul Eggleton <paul.eggleton@linux.intel.com>2011-11-09 15:46:36 (GMT)
committerRichard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>2011-11-10 18:07:52 (GMT)
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README.hardware: update atom-pc instructions
The -live and -directdisk images have been superseded in the Yocto Project 1.1 release, so update the instructions for atom-pc relating to this change. Also fix a couple of other minor atom-pc related capitalisation. Signed-off-by: Paul Eggleton <paul.eggleton@linux.intel.com>
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@@ -68,12 +68,12 @@ Intel Atom based PCs and devices (atom-pc)
68 68
69The atom-pc MACHINE is tested on the following platforms: 69The atom-pc MACHINE is tested on the following platforms:
70 70
71 o Asus eee901 71 o Asus EeePC 901
72 o Acer Aspire One 72 o Acer Aspire One
73 o Toshiba NB305 73 o Toshiba NB305
74 o Intel Embedded Development Board 1-N450 (Black Sand) 74 o Intel Embedded Development Board 1-N450 (Black Sand)
75 75
76and is likely to work on many unlisted atom based devices. The MACHINE type 76and is likely to work on many unlisted Atom based devices. The MACHINE type
77supports ethernet, wifi, sound, and i915 graphics by default in addition to 77supports ethernet, wifi, sound, and i915 graphics by default in addition to
78common PC input devices, busses, and so on. 78common PC input devices, busses, and so on.
79 79
@@ -83,26 +83,18 @@ straightforward with a caveat for USB devices. The following examples assume the
83target boot device is /dev/sdb, be sure to verify this and use the correct 83target boot device is /dev/sdb, be sure to verify this and use the correct
84device as the following commands are run as root and are not reversable. 84device as the following commands are run as root and are not reversable.
85 85
86Hard Disk:
87 1. Build a directdisk image format. This will generate proper partition tables
88 that will in turn be written to the physical media. For example:
89
90 $ bitbake core-image-minimal-directdisk
91
92 2. Use the "dd" utility to write the image to the raw block device. For example:
93
94 # dd if=core-image-minimal-directdisk-atom-pc.hdddirect of=/dev/sdb
95
96USB Device: 86USB Device:
97 1. Build an hddimg image format. This is a simple filesystem without partition 87 1. Build a live image. This image type consists of a simple filesystem
98 tables and is suitable for USB keys. For example: 88 without a partition table, which is suitable for USB keys, and with the
89 default setup for the atom-pc machine, this image type is built
90 automatically for any image you build. For example:
99 91
100 $ bitbake core-image-minimal-live 92 $ bitbake core-image-minimal
101 93
102 2. Use the "dd" utility to write the image to the raw block device. For 94 2. Use the "dd" utility to write the image to the raw block device. For
103 example: 95 example:
104 96
105 # dd if=core-image-minimal-live-atom-pc.hddimg of=/dev/sdb 97 # dd if=core-image-minimal-atom-pc.hddimg of=/dev/sdb
106 98
107 If the device fails to boot with "Boot error" displayed, it is likely the BIOS 99 If the device fails to boot with "Boot error" displayed, it is likely the BIOS
108 cannot understand the physical layout of the disk (or rather it expects a 100 cannot understand the physical layout of the disk (or rather it expects a
@@ -126,7 +118,7 @@ USB Device:
126 118
127 b. Copy the contents of the poky image to the USB-ZIP mode device: 119 b. Copy the contents of the poky image to the USB-ZIP mode device:
128 120
129 # mount -o loop core-image-minimal-live-atom-pc.hddimg /tmp/image 121 # mount -o loop core-image-minimal-atom-pc.hddimg /tmp/image
130 # mount /dev/sdb4 /tmp/usbkey 122 # mount /dev/sdb4 /tmp/usbkey
131 # cp -rf /tmp/image/* /tmp/usbkey 123 # cp -rf /tmp/image/* /tmp/usbkey
132 124