If got a problem:
I try to build the sd-card for u-boot. All compiles seems to be done correct. After building 2-stage u-boot and kernel i want to build the sd-card. I call
"sudo ./mksd-ti814x.sh /dev/sdb MLO u-boot.bin uImage nfs.tar.gz" at the folder where all this files are located.
For that I get the following output
1024+0 Datensätze ein1024+0 Datensätze aus1048576 Bytes (1,0 MB) kopiert, 2,70078 s, 388 kB/sFestplatte /dev/sdb enthält keine gültige Partitionstabelle //no valid partition tableDISK SIZE - bytes(standard_in) 1: syntax errorCYLINDERS -sfdisk (util-linux-ng 2.17.2)
to prepare the partition table I used gparted and built all possible partition tables. The disk is umount before starting mksd-ti814x.sh.
Any idea wht is wrong?
Script will do partitioning the card as well as copying all the files.
I think problem with your card/host machine (if you are using ubuntu with virtualBox, I have seen some times this issue), can you please try with some other card/machine.
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