I haven't tried yet but I'm pretty sure it is the way to go.
> Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2008 20:27:38 -0700 > From: email@example.com > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] X11 image help! > > > Thanks, I kinda figured it was way to big. It normally takes about 20 min to > upload a new image but the full said it would take 90 minutes. > > I am downloading the 32MB image now. > > Still does anyone have any experience making you own apps in C? A link > maybe? > > Thanks, > Justin > > > Steve Sakoman wrote: > > > > Justin, > > > > The x11-full-image will not fit -- even in a 32MB verdex. It is 33+MB! > > > > It is only useful for those who choose to boot from sd/mmc/cf. > > > > For your xl6p I recommend you try the gumstix-x11-32mb-image. You'll > > find that it includes an interesting assortment of apps. > > > > Steve > > > > On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 4:38 PM, Justin Rajewski <email@example.com> > > wrote: > >> > >> First, when I tried to load the X11 full image onto my verdex XL6P it > >> kept > >> failing at 5-6 minutes left. I tried it about five times (many hours > >> waisted). I then easily flashed the normal X11 image. I think it has > >> something to do with it's size. How do I flash the full image? > >> > >> Now for X11 in general. I get a screen with a blue background and five > >> folders, Active Tasks, Media, Games, Settings, and Other. There is > >> nothing > >> in these folders. How do I add programs? Is there somewhere I can look > >> for a > >> tutorial on X11? Also how do I power it off? I noticed that if I press > >> Ctrl > >> Alt Backspace then it goes to the command prompt and I can shut down > >> from > >> there. How do I start X11 from the command prompt? > >> > >> Any help is great, > >> Justin