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Old 06-14-2012, 10:49 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by geekmaster View Post
Or it could be a difference in SHIPPED kindle diags partitions. It is getting more confusing than "usual", perhaps a form of "version obfuscation". ???
That md5sum system manifest is checked in "Diags" on v5.1.0 but this is v4.1.0 - I haven't looked at that one.

KeK will have development image profiles for v3.2.1 (which I have), v5.1.0 (which a friend has) as "worked examples".

Also included, filters/profiles for Debian-7, Ubuntu-Core-12.04(5) both sf and hf.

Plus directions on how to make your own filter/profile pairs (simple but tedious).

The only pair posted (as of this moment) is the Debian-7 pair.
No directions posted (yet), someone who grabs what is posted now will just have figure it out from the script command files.

The Ubuntu-Core pairs should be up late(r) today.
The Amazon/lab126 support pairs - just any day, RSN
The PDF directions following that.
The pair for v4.1.0 - not by me, will have to be community provided.

PS: DIY-KeK also does NSLU-2, Beagleboard, Pandaboard, Raspberry Pi ...
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