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#1 txniteowl

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Posted 28 January 2015 - 04:55 AM

This is a fantastic board with loads of speed and memory.

 

I would like to start with a bootable microSD card with Ubuntu for the Acadia.

Next, project after that would be to have a Bootable SSD for the Acadia.

 

txniteowl

Any one accomplished this as the board did not come with the Nand Flash with an image installed.

Comments and/or Suggestions

I am not a Linux type.

Need help from someone who is and gets fun from doing it.

Send me a hyperlink t a working image, thanks.


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#2 jim

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Posted 04 February 2015 - 03:06 PM

The board does come with Linux on board. Please don't use HDMI to VGA converter and use HDMI monitor directly. The instructions can be found at: http://learn.linkspr...ksprite-acadia/







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