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Feb 2, 2009 5:30pm
Img_missing_medium nicobl 3 posts

Hello,

i’ve just tried to flash my kernel back to R1.3 after I had tested the current release candidates.
Well, after erasing the chip the flashing program didn’t respond anymore. I waited a couple of minutes, but nothing happened, so I canceled kflash by pressing strg+c and tried to start it another time. The upshot was, that now my bug didn’t respond.
So the only way to regain control was to reset it, but now my bug doesn’t boot anymore, because the kernel is corrupted.
During startup the LCD shows the bug-logo steadily and I’m not even able to ping my device…

Is there any possibility to flash the kernel without sending the bugbase back to you?

regards,
Nico

Feb 3, 2009 10:40am
Medium Bug Labs team jconnolly 285 posts

nicobl

Is there any possibility to flash the kernel without sending the bugbase back to you?
regards,
Nico


Hi Nico,

Email support@buglabs.net and ask them about our Handylink->DB9 cable. Using this cable you can follow the instructions on the wiki (link below) about how to flash the kernel without a working kernel/rootfs from within redboot. This is the only way to flash your kernel without a working kernel/rootfs. :?

http://bugcommunity.com/wiki/index.php/Kernel_Flashing_supplement
Feb 6, 2009 10:33am
Img_missing_medium nicobl 3 posts

Thanks John,

I contacted the support and they will send me one of these cables, so I can give it a try.

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