Oh… thanks for the heads up… Maybe a rework of the docs and or short videos would help a lot of folks.
I ran this on my mac:
sudo dd if=/Users/emurph/Desktop/VIM2_Uboot_Nougat_171028/u-boot.bin.sd.bin of=/dev/disk2 bs=1 count=444
444+0 records in
444+0 records out
444 bytes transferred in 1.469388 secs (302 bytes/sec)
Macs don’t use the conv or notrunc… at least from what I read…
Is there a way to dual boot on a Vim2?
Maybe just put ubuntu on the sd card only? I’d like to get it running tonight if possible.
Thanks for your help I really appreciate it a lot.
I tried unsuccessfully to install the dualboot. Does anyone know of any way to install dualboot for macosx or linux? http://docs.khadas.com/bootcamp/UpgradeViaUSBCable/
This software is for windows xp, who in the world still uses Windows XP ?? Does not have a version for windows 8.1 or 10 x64?
Hello to everybody. I’ve the 64GB version of vim2. I maked a flash of dualboot system on the emmc , but it steel start on android7. I didn’t see where can i reboot in Ubuntu. tThere is also a critical fact. Now i have 4GB of storage free and the rest till 64GB isn’t seen.
I maked the flash with a windows10 pc. “USB burning tool”.
When the flash finished, i pulled STOP, then i closed program and (at last), unplugged the vim2 from pc
Is the procedure like this?
thanks a lot
I’ve read that with remote control, ther’s an option to reboot in Ubuntu, but I don’t have it jet.
I’ll try to flash only an Ubuntu OS without android.
I hope don’t have “loosed” others 54GB free’s space.
If you press and hold the power button (the button on the Board) for 1-3 seconds, this is equivalent to pressing the power button on the remote control. In Android, the menu should appear off (with all the extra menu items).