Xiangfu Liu xiangfu at
Sat Mar 27 07:33:24 EDT 2010

Hi Georg

very thanks the info. it's give me some tips.
I just update the ""
we should first erase rootfs then flash the bootload, kernel and rootfs.

can you test current "". give some feedback.


On 03/27/2010 05:07 PM, Georg Sassen wrote:
> Hi,
> I got my new Ben NanoNote this week, and now I'd like to flash the
> latest software onto it, so I downloaded and xburst
> tools and just start without arguments while connected to
> the Ben in USB mode, so it downloads the latest bootloader, kernel and
> rootfs and flashes them afterwards.
> After some time it says it's ready. Then I pull of the USB cable and
> the battery, put the battery back in and try to switch it on - but the
> Ben won't switch on, the display keeps dark, and if I connect the cable
> and try lsusb on the PC, it doesn't see it.
> I tried this on an X86_64 machine with Ubuntu 9.10 and an x86 notebook,
> also with Ubuntu 9.10, same effect, Ben is directly connected to the
> USB port, no hub involved.
> I tried versions 2010-03-22, 2010-03-20 and just now tried out
> 2010-03-26 (which is latest since yesterday), same effect.
> But: When I put the NanoNote in USB bootmode now by shortening the pins
> on the back and try " -bk", flashing only the kernel and
> bootloader, it will work afterwards.
> So it seems that the bootloader and/or kernel is overwritten by the
> rootfs flash - might I have a bad or too small flash? How can I test
> this? Or do I do it wrong?
> I copied the logfile of the full flash to
> if you want to look at it.
>    Georg
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