[Gta04-owner] QtMoko snapshot
andreas at kemnade.info
Fri Dec 29 19:42:34 CET 2017
On Fri, 29 Dec 2017 19:15:59 +0100
tgrauss <tgrauss at f-gp.eu> wrote:
> I tried to install a Debian to test the qtmoko package.
> I have already installed the new U-boot successfully.
> Now, I used the makesd script to recreate a new filesystem on the sd
> card and unzipped the latest minimal debian root file system.
= stretch or jessie?
> I tried booting this and the screen flashed red 2 times immediately
> after inserting the battery, then a blinking cursor and nothing else.
Can you confirm that the sd card has no boot.scr. u-boot.img, etc on it?
It looks like the bootloader was re-flashed again for some reason.
Just blinking cursor might be ok for a minimal image, you should be
able to login via ssh.
> Thinking about a problem with the debian system, I forced the phone to
> turn off by pressing the power button for a long time.
> After this, impossible to turn on the phone any more.
= No reaction on the serial console, the screen and the leds? No
difference with aux button pressed?
> I thought about a short circuit between the IR led and the screen
> (happened before so I had to install a piece of plastic between them.
> But it didn't move and I don't see where the problem might be.
> I tried then to recreate the default sd card with makesd but nothing
> happen any more on the phone.
> Does someone have an idea?
Do you have access to the serial console? Does it appear as usb device
for a short time like this when you boot with aux key pressed?
Dec 29 10:41:09 aktux kernel: [1136546.966614] usb 1-2: New USB device found, idVendor=0451, idProduct=d00e
Dec 29 10:41:09 aktux kernel: [1136546.966621] usb 1-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=33, Product=37, SerialNumber=0
Dec 29 10:41:09 aktux kernel: [1136546.966625] usb 1-2: Product: OMAP3630
Dec 29 10:41:09 aktux kernel: [1136546.966629] usb 1-2: Manufacturer: Texas Instruments
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