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1  Hardware and U-Boot firmware / Hardware / Re: how to boot on flash ? on: April 01, 2010, 11:10:50 PM
Hi, according to me Boot up in a live disk go to the top gnome menu----->administration---->usb creator.

Create it using the .iso located on your cd/dvd
I hope you will use it.


2  Hardware and U-Boot firmware / Hardware / Re: SD Card problem on: March 09, 2010, 04:44:45 AM

I have sheevaplug since December working as a home server. Ethernet is plugged to the router. And has a USB 2.5 disk for data and swap. The Linux Gento runs from an SDHC card. with no power adapter. I fail to have a larger uptime than 5 days, due to 2 problems (other topic). 

After 3 months running Linux Gentoo on a Sdhc card with 8GB, class 4. It had problems with IO. I had to manually fix errors in other computer. It has a ext2 partitation. It booted again. After 12 hours the sheeva died, not sure how, because there was no log, or access to it. Strangely I could ping it. But ssh, httpd, nfsd dead. After booting on console, the system fixed the errors on partitation.

Now it works (since 1 hour). I keep reading other topics. Is the sd card life so short !!? I have a 256MB SD card on a camera working since 5 years. Is this plug related?

Hi I have just got a Treo 600 from Orange. There was a 32MB SD card supplied. On initially inserting it all is well. But on quitting a program which is accessing it, its seems to be no longer recognized, and appears to be corrupt. Removing and re-inserting the card makes everything OK again, but permanently - it just goes back to square one. I tried out another SD card, but the same thing happens. Has anyone any ideas, or found these them?
I have checked the Handspring we-site, but I'm afraid finding a link to email technical support is like looking for a needle in a haystack, and their FAQs and troubleshooting pages don't cover this.

Good luck

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