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    Linux version of Amlogic USB Burning Tool

    Hi guys,

    I put together Amlogic files from their openlinux site and put it on github with short instructions how to make it work..

    Link: https://github.com/Stane1983/aml-linux-usb-burn

    Cheers!
    If you find my work useful, buy me a beer
    Homepage: http://www.stane1983.com

    #2
    Hello, thank you for sharing this. I followed your direction - ./aml-flash --img=(path-to-my-image) --soc=gxl --wipe --reset=n --parts=all
    It outputs message (path-to-my-image) not found although correct. Do you know what could be wrong? Can you post what you have in your 70-persistent-usb-amlogic.rules file, I want to confirm again that I didn't miss anything.

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      #3
      Originally posted by james739 View Post
      Hello, thank you for sharing this. I followed your direction - ./aml-flash --img=(path-to-my-image) --soc=gxl --wipe --reset=n --parts=all
      It outputs message (path-to-my-image) not found although correct. Do you know what could be wrong? Can you post what you have in your 70-persistent-usb-amlogic.rules file, I want to confirm again that I didn't miss anything.
      I can confirm bug if path contains tilde (~). Will be fixed soon, thanx for report
      If you find my work useful, buy me a beer
      Homepage: http://www.stane1983.com

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        #4
        This does not work on ubuntu 18.04 seems obsolete since 16.04. Looking for something that will work in 18.04. Any help will be grateful.
        Joe

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          #5
          Originally posted by stane1983 View Post

          I can confirm bug if path contains tilde (~). Will be fixed soon, thanx for report
          ~/utils/burn-tool -i aml_upgrade_package.img

          ~/utils/aml-flash-tool/flash-tool --img=aml_upgrade_package.img --soc=gxl --wipe --reset=n --parts=all

          I use browser to get to where the aml_upgrade_package.img is stored on my hard drive then right click to open terminal. Both these commands are identical as I set the path to the utility on the command line. Needless to say I use the shorter of the two.
          On my former post the utility when installed in ubuntu 16.01 continue to work when upgrading to 18.04 but will not work in 18.04 if installed in 18.04.
          Joe

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            #6
            There is such a utility for linux for amlogic tv box firmware:

            https://github.com/khadas/utils

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