I've been working on getting Gentoo running on my Micro2440 for the past couple of days. I thought I'd share with you how I got it running.
By Bill » Thursday, February 4 2010, 14:27
By Bill » Saturday, January 30 2010, 00:34
Many many people want to know how to boot their Mini2440 or Micro2440 off of an SD card and I'm going to show you how.
By Bill » Tuesday, January 26 2010, 14:50
This not so small tutorial is designed to give you a starting point for building root filesystems for your Micro2440 and Mini2440 boards using the OpenEmbedded development "kit". I've discussed this some in previous entries on the blog, but I think it's time I show you how to do it for yourself.
By Bill » Wednesday, January 20 2010, 14:48
After what seems like forever, trying to resolve a problem getting consistently working images and kernels, I've finally figured out the problem.
By Bill » Saturday, January 16 2010, 13:41
The bootloader that comes factory installed on the Micro2440 and the Mini2440 board is called Supervivi. I don't personally like it. It has very limited support and requires a YAFFS filesystem for the root filesystem. So when I bought my board I began to immediately search out an alternative. The bootloader by choice, it seems, is a modified version of U-Boot with modifications for the Mini2440 board's hardware