Architectures/ARM/F19/Remixes

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Samsung 2012 Chromebook
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* Exynos 5250 Dual Core A15
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*  2 GiB DDR3
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* 16 GiB SSD
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*  1 SDcard slot
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*  2 usb ports
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* 802.11 a/b/g/n
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* bluetooth
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The REMIX image:<br />
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http://parasense.fedorapeople.org/f19-chromebook-MATE.img.xz
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(assume the sdcard is /dev/sdz)<br />
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Exact Steps:
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<pre>
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# fetch the remix
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wget http://parasense.fedorapeople.org/f19-chromebook-MATE.img.xz
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# write the image to sdcard
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sudo xzcat f19-chromebook-MATE.img.xz > /dev/sdz
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# resize the rootfs partition
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sudo sgdisk -p -a8192 -e -d5 -n5:0:0 -t5:8300 -c5:'ROOTFS' -p /dev/sdz
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# resize the rootfs ext4 filesystem
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sudo e2fsck -f /dev/sdz5
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sudo resize2fs /dev/sdz5
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#THE END
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</pre>
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Make sure your Chromebook is in developer mode.
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Press CTRL+U on boot-up, which will boot from the SDCARD.
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If everything goes well you will see the kernel boot, and eventually be greeted by the initial-setup program.

Revision as of 16:21, 3 July 2013

Samsung 2012 Chromebook

  • Exynos 5250 Dual Core A15
  • 2 GiB DDR3
  • 16 GiB SSD
  • 1 SDcard slot
  • 2 usb ports
  • 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • bluetooth

The REMIX image:
http://parasense.fedorapeople.org/f19-chromebook-MATE.img.xz


(assume the sdcard is /dev/sdz)
Exact Steps:

# fetch the remix
wget http://parasense.fedorapeople.org/f19-chromebook-MATE.img.xz

# write the image to sdcard
sudo xzcat f19-chromebook-MATE.img.xz > /dev/sdz

# resize the rootfs partition
sudo sgdisk -p -a8192 -e -d5 -n5:0:0 -t5:8300 -c5:'ROOTFS' -p /dev/sdz

# resize the rootfs ext4 filesystem
sudo e2fsck -f /dev/sdz5
sudo resize2fs /dev/sdz5

#THE END


Make sure your Chromebook is in developer mode.

Press CTRL+U on boot-up, which will boot from the SDCARD.

If everything goes well you will see the kernel boot, and eventually be greeted by the initial-setup program.