Index of /devuan_jessie/embedded/

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README.txt2017-May-31 13:12:192.9Ktext/plain
SHA256SUMS2017-May-23 13:19:490.8Kapplication/octet-stream
SHA256SUMS.asc2017-May-23 13:20:191.5Ktext/plain
devuan_jessie_1.0.0_arm64_raspi3.img.xz2017-May-23 13:20:25175.1Mapplication/octet-stream
devuan_jessie_1.0.0_armel_raspi1.img.xz2017-May-23 13:13:37171.5Mapplication/octet-stream
devuan_jessie_1.0.0_armhf_chromeacer.img.xz2017-May-23 13:14:55231.0Mapplication/octet-stream
devuan_jessie_1.0.0_armhf_chromeveyron.img.xz2017-May-23 13:15:26234.5Mapplication/octet-stream
devuan_jessie_1.0.0_armhf_n900.img.xz2017-May-23 13:15:53154.8Mapplication/octet-stream
devuan_jessie_1.0.0_armhf_odroidxu.img.xz2017-May-23 13:16:40154.0Mapplication/octet-stream
devuan_jessie_1.0.0_armhf_raspi2.img.xz2017-May-23 13:14:25171.6Mapplication/octet-stream
devuan_jessie_1.0.0_armhf_sunxi.img.xz2017-May-23 13:17:26151.8Mapplication/octet-stream
Devuan Jessie ARM builds

These are the images offered. I kindly ask of you to test them out and
report all weirdness as an issue on,
as a Devuan bug (, or on the #devuan-arm IRC channel.

SHA256SUMS are signed with parazyd's GPG key that can be found in the
Devuan Developers' Keyring:

Master fingerprint is:

	0333 7671 FDE7 5BB6 A85E  C91F B876 CB44 FA1B 0274

The login credentials for these images are:


to see if there is anything you should know about a specific image.

The images use recent kernels (4.10, 4.6, and such) which causes a specific
issue when you try to resize or fsck ext{2,3,4}: they use some ext4 features
not yet available in the standard Devuan Jessie e2fsprogs. Because of this, you
are advised to install e2fsprogs from jessie-backports if you are in need of
using these tools on these images.

Currently supported images:

	* Acer Chromebook (chromeacer)
	* Veyron/Rockchip Chromebook (chromeveyron)
	* Nokia N900 (n900)
	* Odroid XU (odroidxu)
	* Raspberry Pi 0 and 1 (raspi1)
	* Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 (raspi2)
	* Raspberry Pi 3 64bit (raspi3)

Allwinner boards with mainline U-Boot and mainline Linux can be booted
using the sunxi image, and flashing the according u-boot blob found in
the u-boot directory here. The filenames are board-specific, but this
file is commonly known as "u-boot-sunxi-with-spl.bin".

Currently supported Allwinner boards:

	* Olimex OLinuXino Lime (A10)
	* Olimex OLinuXino Lime (A20)
	* Olimex OLinuXino Lime2 (A20)
	* Olimex OLinuXino MICRO (A20)
	* Banana Pi (A20)
	* Banana Pro (A20)
	* CHIP (R8)
	* CHIP Pro (GR8)
	* Cubieboard (A10)
	* Cubieboard2 (A20)
	* Cubietruck (A20)
	* Cubieboard4 (A80)
	* Cubietruck Plus (A83t)
	* Lamobo R1 (A20)
	* OrangePi2 (H3)
	* OrangePi Lite (H3)
	* OrangePi Plus (H3)
	* OrangePi Zero (H2+)
	* OrangePi (A20)
	* OrangePi Mini (A20)
	* Allwinner-based q8 touchscreen tablet (A33)


other useful documentation can be found here:

	Download the image you want:
	; curl -O

	Download the shasums and the signature:
	; curl -O
	; curl -O

	; gpg --verify SHA256SUMS.asc && sha256sum -c SHA256SUMS

	dd the raw image to a medium of your choice (little less than 2GB):
	; xzcat devuan_jessie_1.0.0_armhf_sunxi.img.xz | sudo dd of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=2M

	In case it's a sunxi image, grab your respective u-boot blob, and flash it:
	; curl -O
	; sudo dd if=Cubieboard2_defconfig.bin of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=1024 seek=8 && sync