Great to hear things came together for you, Ross.

I can appreciate your thoughts on how much effort it is just to get a simple BSP going...


On Wed, Jul 3, 2013 at 10:50 AM, Ross Berteig <Ross@cheshireeng.com> wrote:
Update: Thanks to an off-list suggestion from Olivier Dugas, I located
the other set of documentation at Gumstix. The set I probably should
have read first. You know, the prominent one titled "Getting Started".

To be fair, they cleverly concealed the link to it in the main menu bar
of their web site, right where I would never have thought to look. :-)

   http://gumstix.org/getting-started-guide.html

Following the recipes provided there, I downloaded the Linaro image for
Overo, then unzipped it and copied it to my card with dd. Luckily, the
Linaro image is intended to fit an 8GB card, which is what I had on hand.

A couple of hours of download, unzipping, and dd later, I have a happily
booted Linaro ALIP system, and I can get back to what I am supposed to
be doing with this board in the first place.

Thanks all for the help....
--
Ross Berteig                               Ross@CheshireEng.com
Cheshire Engineering Corp.           http://www.CheshireEng.com/


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