I just unpacked two new PCDuino Nano's and wanted to update the OS. I have 3 others which I did last year and (after some tinkering at the time) works fine. I used what I think was the same images as before, ie (pcduino3_nano_a20_kernel_livesuit_20141205.img), and initially it seemed to work - it came to the point where the two LED's #3 & #4 have following status during boot: LED3 = steady and LED4 = flashing slowly, which I believe means kernel loaded fine, awaiting to load Ubuntu.
However, I seem to be unable to get beyond this, having either both LEDS flashing simultaneously, or alternating. I suspect that the Ubuntu images are not loading correctly, but I cannot tell why.
On the Linksprite page with images for the Nano, I find several , but the explanations to which are which is somewhat vague, and I also dont see the ones I used in the past anymore, so I take it they are now obsolete.
The guidelines to flashing the OS are also somewhat outdated, mostly for PCDuino 2 and 3 , and not so much cover the Nano, so I am not sure if there are any differences.
I see also now several "LiveSuite" images. How is one suppose to use these ?
Any comments to more up to date guidelines will be appreciated.