The images found here have been pre-built using common combinations of hardware packs and root file systems. Ubuntu Desktop images include x11-base hardware packs if supported (with the exception of Beagle). The other images just use the standard hardware pack.

The hardware pack and root file system information to these images can be found in sources.txt

Instructions for adding 3D acceleration to a Beagle can be found at: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/OMAP/Graphics

The image files are built to pre-set sizes. These may be expanded by running resize2fs.

These can be uncompressed and written directly to your SD card:

  # These values will change based on your system
$ SDCARD=/dev/
  
   #sdcard could be something sdb or mmcblk0
$ IMGFILE=overo-nano.img
$ gunzip ${IMGFILE}.gz
$ dd bs=64k if=${IMGFILE} of=${SDCARD}
  
 

Win32 users may use the Image Writer for Windows tool: https://launchpad.net/win32-image-writer/+download

NameLast modifiedSizeLicense

Parent Directory Parent Directory
other beagle-nano.img.gz 22-Feb-2012 00:01 114.1M open
other efikamx-nano.img.gz 22-Feb-2012 00:07 113.5M open
other efikasb-nano.img.gz 22-Feb-2012 00:12 520.7K open
other igep-nano.img.gz 22-Feb-2012 00:16 116.0M open
other mx53loco-nano.img.gz 22-Feb-2012 00:21 113.7M open
other origen-nano.img.gz 22-Feb-2012 00:29 126.7M open
other overo-nano.img.gz 22-Feb-2012 00:25 114.0M open
other panda-nano.img.gz 22-Feb-2012 00:33 115.7M open
other snowball_sd-nano.img.gz 22-Feb-2012 00:38 128.4M stericsson
text sources.txt 22-Feb-2012 00:38 3.1K open
other vexpress-a9-nano.img.gz 22-Feb-2012 00:42 112.3M open