-Removed linaro entries from /etc/apt/sources.d/
(This allows us to keep gstreamer and doesn't update pulseaudio)
-Updated using sudo apt-get upgrade
-installed gnome classic using sudo apt-get install gnome-session-fallback
(switch to it at the login screen if you like)
-installed gftp and gparted
-updated ubuntu-fs.tar with all changes
If you require ac3 audio decoding install using:
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sudo apt-get install gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly
If you require dts audio decoding install using:
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sudo apt-get install gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad[/code
This is the GK802 Ubuntu 11.10 given to us by Geekbuying who got it from the factory. Now slightly modified.
It contains files needed to create a booting micro-sd using linux.
Specifically is has:
-3 scripts(including the modifed one)
I've modified the script "fsl-sdcard-partition.sh" in order to properly make this image.
The unmodifed version has been renamed to "fsl-sdcard-partition.sh.old".
The script, rootfs, uboot, and kernel can be downloaded from the Google Drive mirror:
In order to use this you'll need at least a 4GB micro-sd card.
1)Download and decompress the file.
2)Load up terminal and navigate to the directory of the decompressed files.
3)insert your micro-sd card and use dmesg to figure out which /dev/sdX your card is.(on my setup it usually comes out to /dev/sdc)
4)Type the following command to make this image on your micro-sd:
[code]sudo ./fsl-sdcard-partition.sh /dev/sdc
(/dev/sdc is location of my micro-sd card. Yours may vary depending on your setup.)
5)Let it finish. It may take quite a while. Afterwards you can open up your GK802, and replace the internal micro-sd card with this one.