I tried again with another 8Go card formatted under Win7 as ExFAT
(verified 3 times)
and I have just been able to run this Alex's ML :
using 'autoboot' method (autoexec.bin), not 'update' method
anyone else tried ?
my card is prepared under Ubuntu 10.04 with
gcc exfat_sum.c -o exfat_sum
sudo ./make_bootable /dev/sdc1
On 15 jan, 07:15, lars heijdeman <vonkv...@gmail.com
> NO it works just like my first attempt (on a 64 GB card formatted in camera)
> and still 'card not accesseble'
> I'm back to my 16GB for now
> Even, that it now does the vbr checksum thingie and runs the checksum
> .c file recomputing stuff
> I have asked the maker of the open source exfat implementation, although he
> has no 550d he says were doing every thing right.
> > BTW, exFAT stores volume label in the root directory (entry of type
> > 0x83), not in the boot sector.
> > Are there any 64GB cards working on ML?
> PS recording bigger than 4GB has nothing to do whether the 550d have 32bit
> CPU/code. Because exfat is also a 32 bit file system.
> I also have the possibility to test a canon fish-eye. can run several debug
> On Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 10:00 PM, arm.indy <arm.indi...@gmail.com
> > lichtjaar,
> > does it work for you ?
> > Indy
> > On 13 jan, 04:36, lichtjaar <vonkv...@gmail.com
> > > BTW, exFAT stores volume label in the root directory (entry of type
> > > 0x83), not in the boot sector.
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