|Rebooting Angstrom OS for Beaglebone||Danny Gelman||10/2/12 10:26 AM|
I want to reboot Angstrom CLOUD9 IDE on my microSD for the Beaglebone.
I have been following these steps: http://elinux.org/RPi_Easy_SD_Card_Setup along with reformatting my SD cart to FAT using the Disk Utility on my MAC OS (10.8).
Plugging in my microSD back into the beaglebone - I get no heartbeat and I cannot ssh back in. When I plug the SD card back into my MAC my mac cannot identify the microSD and I must reformat it again.
What is the problem here? Is there a different method to burn the image on the SD?
|Re: Rebooting Angstrom OS for Beaglebone||Dan Watts||10/2/12 1:29 PM|
I'm not a Mac user, but as far as I know the instructions on that Raspberry Pi page are mostly correct for a compressed Beaglebone img file, but be sure you have an SD card .img file and not some other format.
I think your best bet is to download the image file from Circuit Co (http://circuitco.com/support/index.php?title=BeagleBone#Image_Files) and use a Mac utility to decompress it (such as the Mac version of 7zip). At that point, you can follow steps 5 and on from the Raspberry Pi page.
|Re: Rebooting Angstrom OS for Beaglebone||Danny Gelman||10/4/12 11:05 AM|
Yes, I was burning *.img.gx. My fault!