Snappy ODROID-C1 image available for testing

Tim Gardner tim.gardner at
Mon Jun 15 17:29:52 UTC 2015

On 06/14/2015 11:17 AM, Simon Eisenmann wrote:
> Hi,
> over the last weekends i worked on creating an Snappy image for
> ODROID-C1. I now have a build which is ready for wider testing. Download
> the image from:
> The image contains the current stable 15.04 Snappy release (ubuntu-core
> 3), has webdm and ssh access as ubuntu/ubuntu enabled (developer mode).
> Read the full story at
> including information how to rebuild this image yourself and the links
> to patched Kernel and U-Boot.
> Let me know what you think, and try it out on your ODROID-C1.
> Cheers
> Simon

Simon - nice work! I read your blog post and agree with your points. We 
are working on the OEM developer experience and hope that some of the 
issues that you have encountered will get figured out in the next while.

One of my fellow developers has prepared a number of Snappy kernel 
version specific branches containing config changes and back ported 
Apparmor patches. For example, 
'git:// snappy_v3.10'.

I agree that creating an initrd is a bit difficult. I wrote a more 
general script that replaces the content of an existing device tarball 
with a developer kernel and modules. Your logic pretty much does the 
same thing for ODROID-C1.


Stay tuned for information on device activation, authentication, and 
fully signed systems.

Tim Gardner tim.gardner at

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