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    While booting the official UT3 Xubuntu 0.3.1 image from SD card, how do you change the FB resolution? It seems to have been fixed at 1920x1080.

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      Hello ! I'm just trying to make bootable SDcard , but stuck with error in the console, just after the command is applied - "permission denied" I have tried to check if i have full permissions - so yes , full write access. I'm running Virtualbox and Lubuntu to make it done. What's wrong ? I'm new to linux , so maybe somebody experienced can make image from rkm firmware , so i can just write it by Direct HDD copy . I'm trying this RKM firmware http://www.mediafire.com/file/8xc8p0...0912_Flash.zip .
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        please try: "sudo ./create-android-sdcard...."

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          Originally posted by postbus24 View Post
          please try: "sudo ./create-android-sdcard...."
          Hi ! Thanks for your help , but now it stacks again with another problem - "no command found" ...
          As you can see - there are such a file in the directory , so i'm totally lost ...
          Thanks anyway !

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            Hi ,

            maybe Virtualbox is the Problem , i think u must use real Linux ,

            but i am no Pro ,

            greetings / gefattern

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              Hi all,
              I would like to bluid a bootable SD card for a rk3288 device.
              When running the script like this
              ./create-android-sdcard radxa_rock_android_kitkat_140909_update.img
              with an image found here:
              http://wiki.radxa.com/Rock/prebuilt_images
              there seems to be a missing resources.img and the script ends with this error.

              When unpacking the image manually, there is indeed no resource.img nor boot.img.gz that the script needs.
              What am I missing or overlooking ?


              Tools/rkunpack radxa_rock_android_kitkat_140909_update.img
              VERSION:4.0.2

              unpacking
              00000000-00000065 radxa_rock_android_kitkat_140909_update.img-HEAD 102 bytes
              00000066-0002fb1f radxa_rock_android_kitkat_140909_update.img-BOOT 195258 bytes
              0002fb20-25ab4323 update.img 631785476 bytes

              unpacking update.img
              ================================================== ==============================
              FIRMWARE_VER:4.4.2
              MACHINE_MODEL:radxa_rock
              MACHINE_ID:007
              MANUFACTURER:RADXA

              unpacking 8 files
              -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              00000800-00000fff package-fileackage-file 538 bytes
              00001000-00030fff bootloader:RK3188Loader(L)_V2.10.bin 195258 bytes
              00031000-000317ff parameterarameter:[email protected] 635 bytes
              00031800-0003d7ff misc:Image/misc.img:[email protected] 49152 bytes
              0003d800-009657ff boot:Image/boot.img:[email protected] 9601024 bytes
              00965800-015797ff recovery:Image/recovery.img:[email protected] 12664832 bytes
              01579800-25a847ff system:Image/system.img:[email protected] 609267712 bytes
              00000000-ffffffff backup:RESERVED:[email protected] 0 bytes
              -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              ================================================== ==============================

              0002fb20-25ab4323 radxa_rock_android_kitkat_140909_update.img-MD5 32 bytes
              unpacked

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