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IBOX Operating System Startup Location

As we mentioned before , IBOX can run various versions of operating systems, including linux and android , etc. Some guys are wondering about the differences between the operating system of FLASH version and SD card version, thus we’d like to give a simple reply here :

Whether it is linux or Android, NAND FLASH version and the SD card version only differ in the installation position: one is installed in the NAND FLASH and another is installed in a Micro-SD card. System of SD card version cannot work in NAND FLASH, vice versa.

At present, IBOX boot sequence gives priority to SD card, if there is an SD card and a system that can run on the SD card , it will boot directly from the SD card. If there is no SD card or no operating system that can run on the SD card, the system will boot from NAND FLASH. It should be noted that, some system of SD card version were found to perform some operations to NAND FLASH after startup, which will damage system on NAND FLASH and then the NAND FLASH system cannot get started. If you encounter such issue, you will need to burn in new operating system for NAND FLASH.

Here, the vedio shows booting into the system with a few different versions of Linux and Android. If you know other unlisted compatible systems, you are welcome to tell us.

We would like to thank Santyago , who offers Sunflower Linux 1.0 Beta system for Iteaduio Plus A10 users. The system is featured as follows :

  • Based on Linaro 12.11 Precise Pangolin,
  • Linux 3.4.67+ with various modules,
  • FBTURBO driver with G2D for X11 / 2D acceleration,
  • OpenGL ES. 2.0,
  • Support for Cedar / CedarX included,
  • HW Accelerated XBMC 12.2 with OpenGL ES 2.0 + Librhybris / CedarX
  • Selectable resolution 720p / 1080p via boot.scr,
  • Reseverd 128MB for Mali400 and 128MB for G2D,
  • HDMI Audio Output,
  • Other optimalizations,
  • Fastest libiteadIO – GPIO Speed to 1.1MHz

For more information, please click HERE.

In the future, we will continue to update tutorials on how to install Open GL and XBMC on A20 system, thus IBOX can support more multimedia applications, so stay tuned.