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Commnting out exit 1 is my “fix”.

That’s what I thought – I suspect older kernel wouldn’t even boot, as it requires some patches done by project Cubian. The mainline kernels are here: In parallel I started the same task in a qemu-arm maintainera/x27 on my Desktop PC ik which is running for almost 48 hours now and I expect it to run at least another 24 hours.

Yes, you can do the whole process on a host PC.

While I really, really appreciate sulu’s heroic attempts to get Maintainees/x27 working, even via his own words it sounds like “avoid touching with a long stick” – it doesn’t fix any of Wheezy problems, and have probability of creating new ones, not to mention being royal pita to update. I still have a little hope that some fundamental updates to Fremantle might happen if fremangordon succeeds in his attempt to update the kernel. Just condensing some of what I’ve recently learned by going fuide the thread.


Probably better to start from scratch and try again. As far as my spare n goes Don’t remember full details though. Default rules file 4.

I just tried on my secondary device, which apart from running CSSU thumb is almost naked Easy Debian, rootsh, conky and the default Nokia stuff that came with it. I hope this won’t be a problem. I can see the following existing folders, but are they mounted to something etc.

Build your own kernel under Ubuntu using mainline (latest) kernel

Update from translation team. Therefore I am looking for alternative way to deal with this. Therefore I’ve disabled this bind-mount long time ago and I honestly can’t say what happens if it’s still there. So it’s still far from what’s desired. If there is a way to zoom the whole LXDE probably it will work. Basically yes, Iceweasel has the same functionality as the corresponding Tuide version.

Building a shared library package A. Debian New Maintainers’ Guide. Editing fstab is pointless since the file is rebuilt on boot.

Everything seems to be working fine, however, so I will experiment further with my setup for now. In my new armel image gimp crashes too. There were some messages and apt is mentioning that 10 packages are not upgraded. Also to push the power button once to end the running process, but nothing. If you know how to identify the window not the app. Easy Debian Fremantle Beta Testing. I saw someone using blackbox, so I assume it’s workable without too much trouble.


Diff – 06fb^! – device/linaro/bootloader/arm-trusted-firmware – Git at Google

I haven’t checked the implications of that, but I wouldn’t use iceweasel from huide for online banking or any other stuff that requires me to login somewhere. Just in case you reboot, can you reproduce the problem? But you may expereince the device rebooting halfway through the copying due to cp taking too much CPU time and the watchdog kicking in trust me, it has happened to me.

Posting strace would be nice, too maybe it will provide dwbian suspiciously looking data for some other community member, without the need to run the ED and gparted. As “Hildon styling” I meant the darkened, slightly bigger interface. If I messed up the build, then ED shouldn’t start at all. I only have very rudimentary knowledge of the packages and no intentions to change that.

As for the md5sums I think it would be best to have a text file called imagename. On the N in Maemo you’ll find these files: To my understanding, if Debian gets to the point where its future becomes questionable the whole FLOSS ecosystem is in big trouble.