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Un-Bricking Linux Plug Computers

February 10th, 2011 02:22 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


An anonymous reader writes “Accidentally ‘bricking’ a little Linux plug computer doesn’t have to be forever. This is a good howto on repairing a non-booting Linux plug computer. For example if it uses the uBoot environment then it already has some good built-in recovery tools. The article also mentions ESIA, the Sheevaplug installer, openocd, and GuruPlug.”

Source: Un-Bricking Linux Plug Computers

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