Hi, I wanted to add to the wiki, but the page is locked.

I had problems installing ML on one of my SD-Cards (Transcend 16GB Class 6) and was searching for a solution that works under linux. If you think this might be useful wo other users, feel free to add it to the wiki:

Under Linux you can make the settings described under for FAT32-partitions as root with the following commands on the command line (replace XXX with the device-name of the (first) partition of your SD-Card, something like "/dev/sdc1"):

  1. sudo su
  2. echo "EOS_DEVELOP" | dd of=XXX bs=1 conv=notrunc count=11 seek=71
  3. echo "BOOTDISK" | dd of=XXX bs=1 conv=notrunc count=8 seek=92

The first command makes you root ("Administrator")

The second command writes the disk name to the partition.

The third command writes the Bootcode.

Himmelrath 18:46, April 29, 2012 (UTC)

uppdate Edit

the PDF included in the download shows different firmwere versons then the ones on the install page. Maybe time to update the wiki? 10:09, November 7, 2012 (UTC)

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