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resources:tools-software:linux-software:kuiper-linux [20 Sep 2022 07:38] Stefan-Robert Rausresources:tools-software:linux-software:kuiper-linux [22 Feb 2023 01:48] – Removed suggested way to bypass SD card in previous draft. Removed copy of the warning. ALEXIS CZEZAR TORRENO
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 </WRAP> </WRAP>
  
-<note warning>If your computer has security restrictions imposed by your company's IT department, which prevent your from writing data to SD-cards (or the data is encrypted when written on the SD-card), then consider using a computer that doesn't have such restrictions, or communicating with your IT department to find a solution.</note>+<note warning> **Warning: SD Card Write Issues** If your computer has security restrictions imposed by your company's IT department, which prevent you from writing data to SD-cards (or the data is encrypted when written on the SD-card), then consider using a computer that doesn't have such restrictions, or communicating with your IT department to find a solution. </note>
  
 ===== Imaging your SD Card ===== ===== Imaging your SD Card =====
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   - target/u-boot.img   - target/u-boot.img
   - socfpga_arria10_common/zImage   - socfpga_arria10_common/zImage
-  - target/extlinux.conf, in a folder called 'extlinux'; +  - target/extlinux.conf, inside a folder named 'extlinux'. Create the folder if it does not exist
-  - write preloader file to the corresponding SD card partition (third partition)+  - write preloader file to the corresponding SD card partition (third partition - 4MB in size)
     (e.g. "dd if=u-boot-splx4.sfp of=/dev/mmcblk0p3")     (e.g. "dd if=u-boot-splx4.sfp of=/dev/mmcblk0p3")
  
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   - socfpga_cyclone5_common/zImage   - socfpga_cyclone5_common/zImage
   - target/extlinux.conf , in a folder called 'extlinux';   - target/extlinux.conf , in a folder called 'extlinux';
-  - write preloader file to the corresponding SD card partition (third partition)+  - write preloader file to the corresponding SD card partition (third partition - 4MB in size)
     (e.g. "dd if=u-boot-with-spl.bin of=/dev/mmcblk0p3")     (e.g. "dd if=u-boot-with-spl.bin of=/dev/mmcblk0p3")
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-<note warning>If your computer has security restrictions imposed by your company's IT department, which prevent your from writing data to SD-cards (or the data is encrypted when written on the SD-card), then consider using a computer that doesn't have such restrictions, or communicate with your IT department to find a solution.</note> 
  
 ===== Configuring the SD Card for Raspberry Pi Projects ====== ===== Configuring the SD Card for Raspberry Pi Projects ======
resources/tools-software/linux-software/kuiper-linux.txt · Last modified: 26 Apr 2024 07:40 by Stefan-Robert Raus