Bootable microSD card binary repository

This page contains the ready-to-use binary files to create bootable microSD for the all the Acme Systems boards.

Acqua A5

Microsd release: 16-oct-2014

Versions:

  • AT91bootstrap 3.5.3
  • Kernel Linux 3.10
  • EmDebian 'Wheezy' Grip 7.6

How to generate a bootable microSD from binaries

  • Format a new microSD
  • Insert the new microSD in your PC reader and check that the partition kernel and rootfs are mounted
  • Download from here these files:
    • kernel.tar.bz2
    • rootfs.tar.bz2
  • Extract the tar file contents inside the first and second microSD partition by typing these commands:
$ sudo tar -xvjpSf kernel.tar.bz2 -C /media/$USER/KERNEL
$ sudo tar -xvjpSf rootfs.tar.bz2 -C /media/$USER/rootfs
  • Unmount the microSD and use it to boot your Acme Board.
  • At login use this account:
login: root
password: acmesystems

How to create the binaries from scratch

The instruction to obtain these executable files from sources are available on:

Arietta G25

MicroSD release: 30-aug-2014

Software versions:

  • AT91bootstrap 3.6.2
  • Kernel Linux 3.16.1
  • EmDebian 'Wheezy' Grip 7.6

How to generate a bootable microSD from binaries

  • Format a new microSD
  • Insert the new microSD in your PC reader and check that the partition kernel and rootfs are mounted
  • Download from here these files:
    • kernel.tar.bz2
    • rootfs.tar.bz2
  • Extract the tar file contents inside the first and second microSD partition by typing these commands:
$ sudo tar -xvjpSf kernel.tar.bz2 -C /media/$USER/KERNEL
$ sudo tar -xvjpSf rootfs.tar.bz2 -C /media/$USER/rootfs
  • Unmount the microSD and use it to boot your Acme Board.
  • At login use this account:
login: root
password: acmesystems

Device tree and default Kernel config used

How to create the binaries from scratch

The instruction to obtain these executable files from sources are available on:

Aria G25 and Terra

Micro SD release: mar-2014

Versions:

  • AT91bootstrap 3.5.3
  • Kernel Linux 3.13.6
  • EmDebian 'Wheezy' Grip 7.4

How to generate a bootable microSD from binaries

  • Format a new microSD
  • Insert the new microSD in your PC reader and check that the partition kernel and rootfs are mounted
  • Download from here these files:
    • kernel.tar.bz2
    • rootfs.tar.bz2
  • Extract the tar file contents inside the first and second microSD partition by typing these commands:
$ sudo tar -xvjpSf kernel.tar.bz2 -C /media/$USER/KERNEL
$ sudo tar -xvjpSf rootfs.tar.bz2 -C /media/$USER/rootfs
  • If you have a a Aria G25 with 128 MByte copy boot128.bin on boot.bin.
  • Unmount the microSD and use it to boot your Acme Board.
  • At login use this account:
login: root
password: ariag25

How to create the binaries from scratch

The instruction to obtain these executable files from sources are available on:

Acqua A5

Microsd release: may-2014

Versions:

  • AT91bootstrap 3.5.3
  • Kernel Linux 3.10
  • EmDebian 'Wheezy' Grip 7.5

How to generate a bootable microSD from binaries

  • Format a new microSD
  • Insert the new microSD in your PC reader and check that the partition kernel and rootfs are mounted
  • Download from here these files:
    • kernel.tar.bz2
    • rootfs.tar.bz2
  • Extract the tar file contents inside the first and second microSD partition by typing these commands:
$ sudo tar -xvjpSf kernel.tar.bz2 -C /media/$USER/KERNEL
$ sudo tar -xvjpSf rootfs.tar.bz2 -C /media/$USER/rootfs
  • Unmount the microSD and use it to boot your Acme Board.
  • At login use this account:
login: root
password: acqua

How to create the binaries from scratch

The instruction to obtain these executable files from sources are available on:

Arietta G25

MicroSD release: 18-jun-2014

Versions:

  • AT91bootstrap 3.6.2
  • Kernel Linux 3.14.7
  • EmDebian 'Wheezy' Grip 7.4

How to generate a bootable microSD from binaries

  • Format a new microSD
  • Insert the new microSD in your PC reader and check that the partition kernel and rootfs are mounted
  • Download from here these files:
    • kernel.tar.bz2
    • rootfs.tar.bz2
  • Extract the tar file contents inside the first and second microSD partition by typing these commands:
$ sudo tar -xvjpSf kernel.tar.bz2 -C /media/$USER/KERNEL
$ sudo tar -xvjpSf rootfs.tar.bz2 -C /media/$USER/rootfs
  • Unmount the microSD and use it to boot your Acme Board.
  • At login use this account:
login: root
password: acmesystems

Device tree and default Kernel config used

How to create the binaries from scratch

The instruction to obtain these executable files from sources are available on:

Rel.A4 (for Aria G25 and Terra)

  • Software included:
    • AT91bootstrap
    • Kernel Linux 3.11.6
    • EmDebian 'Wheezy' Grip 7.2

Rel.R2 (for Aria G25 and Terra)

  • Linux Kernel 2.6.39
  • Debian 'Squeeze' 6.0.5
  • AriaBoot 0.26
  • Available from May, 2011

Rel.R18 (for FOX Board G20)

  • Kernel 2.6.38
  • Debian "Squeeze" 6.0
  • AcmeBoot
  • Available from October 25, 2011

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