license for setup_sdcard.sh
robertcnelson at gmail.com
Sat Dec 4 17:05:03 UTC 2010
On Sat, Dec 4, 2010 at 9:06 AM, Robert Nelson <robertcnelson at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 9:58 AM, Robert Nelson <robertcnelson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 7:38 AM, Loïc Minier <loic.minier at linaro.org> wrote:
>>> On Wed, Sep 01, 2010, Robert Nelson wrote:
>>>> I'm the primary author for most of it, if I draw the 'significant'
>>>> line before localizations..
>>> Ok; I added Copyright 2010 Robert Nelson <robertcnelson at gmail.com> at
>>> the top of our fork; thanks!
>>>> (German(1) spelling versions of "Disk")
>>> I just removed the need for the translation in our fork of the script
>>> (changed "sudo sfdisk [...]" calls to "sudo LC_ALL=C sfdisk [...]")
>>> You might want to do the same for your script, to support any language.
>> Thanks Loïc, that definitely will work alot better. I was playing
>> with LANG='s this morning not have much luck, wish i was bi-lingual.
>> (does Canadian count?)
>>>> So that leaves one author for dealing with "/dev/mmcblk0[p]" (2)
>>> Apparently, we don't have this feature; I guess our script doesn't work
>>> on real MMC drives on laptops, only on USB ones.
>> Yeah i didn't run into that myself till this summer with my new laptop
>> with built-in mmc card.. So it'll probally come up at some point as a
>> bug for you guys..
>>> Our version was GPLv3 licensed; I'm not sure whether it's GPLv3+ or
>>> GPLv3 though. I think it would be best to move to BSD style licensing,
>>> but that needs some kind of approval. Our version is in
>>> lp:linaro-image-tools BTW (linaro-media-create script).
>>> Thanks for your help in sorting this out!
> Guys, just a heads up for util-linux-ng 2.18, (I've been tweaking my
> script for Fedora 14/15 usage..)
> It looks like 'fdisk' can no longer create the new partition at sector
> 1, (thru forcing dos compatibly mode, i can get it down to sector 62,
> however that isn't bootable on my Bx/Cx beagles).. I know you use
> sfdisk, but you might run into the same issue since it's from the same
> I'm looking into using parted from the command line, and so far it
> seems to be working on maverick just have to confirm on fedora..
nm figured out a work-around with fdisk that works
so you might run into it too..
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