[Snappy ubuntu core ] issues while extracting:
sergio.schvezov at canonical.com
Thu Jan 29 02:53:01 UTC 2015
On miércoles 28 de enero de 2015 22h'48:28 ART, Pillar Zuo wrote:
> I have download your device_part_ninjasphere.tar.xz.
> pillar at ubuntu:~/snappy$ sudo ubuntu-device-flash -v core --size
> 3 -o mysnappy.img --channel ubuntu-core/devel-proposed --device
> generic_armhf --device-part device_part_ninjasphere.tar.xz
> Fetching information from server...
> Downloading and setting up...
> Using a custom device tarball
> Searching for hardware.yaml in device part
> Download finished for /home/pillar/snappy/device_part_ninjasphere.tar.xz
> Download finished for
> issues while extracting:
> pillar at ubuntu:~/snappy$ ls
> device_part_ninjasphere.tar.xz linux-3.18.3 modules snappy.tar.bz2
> initd linux-3.18.3-build mysnappy.img u-boot-2015.01
> pillar at ubuntu:~/snappy$
> what can I do next？
Does just running plain
sudo ubuntu-device-flash -v core --size 3 -o mysnappy.img --channel
ubuntu-core/devel-proposed --device generic_armhf
work for you?
> zuobaozhu at gmail
> From: Oliver Grawert
> Date: 2015-01-28 16:59
> To: snappy-devel
> Subject: Re: [Snappy ubuntu core ]issues while extracting:
> Am Mittwoch, den 28.01.2015, 11:08 +0800 schrieb Pillar Zuo:
>> Hi all
>> I try to follow the
>> guid :https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/snappy/porting/ to port Snappy
>> to pcDuino V3,I think it maybe has some problem.
>> 1,First linux order was wrong,you need replace "---" to "--".
>> 2,After I download devices.tar.xz file ,when I execute first linux
>> order ,it report error.
>> pillar at ubuntu:~$ sudo ubuntu-device-flash core -o my-snappy.img --size
>> 4 --channel ubuntu-core/devel --device generic_armhf --platform
>> am335x-boneblack --enable-ssh --device-part=./devices.tar.xz
>> Fetching information from server...
>> Downloading and setting up...
>> 96.00 KB / 67.31 MB [_________________________________] 0.14 % 68.36
>> KB/s 16m46s
>> issues while extracting:
>> is there anyone who can help me??
> take a look at my blog post  for getting an initial port up with some
> real world example ... the error you get above looks like the device
> tarball you provide can not be unpacked properly, check the filesystem
> structure and that all needed files are in place (you could compare it
> with one of the tarballs at )
>  http://people.canonical.com/~ogra/snappy/
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