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authorRuna A. Sandvik <runa.sandvik@gmail.com>2011-08-19 20:31:46 +0100
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diff --git a/freedom-maker/Makefile b/freedom-maker/Makefile
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/freedom-maker/Makefile
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+# copy DreamPlug root filesystem to a usb stick with an ext3 partition
+dreamstick: stamp-dreamplug-rootfs
+ mount /media/freedom
+ sudo rsync -atvz --progress --delete build/dreamplug/ /media/freedom/
+ umount /media/freedom
+# populate a tree with DreamPlug root filesystem
+stamp-dreamplug-rootfs: fbx-armel.conf fbx-base.conf mk_dreamplug_rootfs
+ sudo ./mk_dreamplug_rootfs
+ touch stamp-dreamplug-rootfs
+ rm -f stamp-dreamplug-rootfs
+ sudo rm -rf build/dreamplug
+distclean: clean
+ rm -rf build
diff --git a/freedom-maker/README b/freedom-maker/README
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+++ b/freedom-maker/README
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+Freedom-Maker - Bdale's building tools for the FreedomBox project
+Install required build packages:
+ apt-get install multistrap qemu-user-static
+To build for a DreamPlug, use
+ sudo ./mk_dreamplug_rootfs
+This will yield a file tree under build/dreamplug, representing the
+contents of a root file system. Get that onto a USB stick with something
+ sudo mount /dev/sdc1 /media/freedom
+ sudo rsync -atvz --progress build/dreamplug/ /media/freedom/
+ sudo umount /media/freedom
+Move the USB stick to the DreamPlug, and arrange to boot the existing kernel
+from internal microSD pointing to our new root filesystem by interrupting the
+boot to talk to U-Boot:
+ setenv x_bootargs_root root=/dev/sdc1 rootdelay=10
+ saveenv
+ reset
+The system should boot to a login prompt.
+- - - - -
+If you want to set things up to boot from the internal microSD card, once
+you're logged into the system booted from root on USB stick you can use:
+ sh /boot/copy2dream.sh
+- - - - -
+Be aware that this is an imcomplete solution for now .. you will want to at
+least do things like create unique ssh host keys for your device!
diff --git a/freedom-maker/TODO b/freedom-maker/TODO
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+++ b/freedom-maker/TODO
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+- re-factor the script(s) to allow building for at least Sheeva and Dream
+- fold in use of vmdebootstrap to build x86 image(s)
+- there are a few things we really do want to defer to first boot, or at least
+ make it trivial to fix up per-system
+ - ssh host keys
+ - root password
+- decide what we're going to do about the provided u-boot .. use or replace?
+- decide which kernel we actually want to run and incorporate into the build
+- work out recommended process for getting from freedom-maker outputs to bits
+ installed and running on each target type
+ - DreamPlug: sh /boot/copy2dream.sh
+- add Sheeva as a build target
+- add x86 virtualized as a build target (use vmdebootstrap?)
diff --git a/freedom-maker/bin/copy2dream.sh b/freedom-maker/bin/copy2dream.sh
new file mode 100644
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/freedom-maker/bin/copy2dream.sh
@@ -0,0 +1,30 @@
+# this script assumes the current root filesystem is the source, and the
+# internal microSD on a DreamPlug is the target .. copy the kernel uImage to
+# the FAT partition on sda1, and the root contents to the ext3 on sda2
+mount /dev/sda1 /media
+mv /media/uImage /media/uImage.old
+cp /boot/uImage /media/uImage
+umount /media
+mke2fs -j /dev/sda2
+mount /dev/sda2 /media
+(cd / ; tar cf - `/bin/ls | grep -v proc | grep -v sys | grep -v media | grep -v dev`) | \
+ (cd /media ; tar xvf -)
+mkdir /media/proc /media/sys /media/media
+echo "Creating basic device nodes"
+mkdir /media/dev
+mknod /media/dev/console c 5 1
+mknod /media/dev/random c 1 8
+mknod /media/dev/urandom c 1 9
+mknod /media/dev/null c 1 3
+mknod /media/dev/ptmx c 5 2
+umount /dev/sda2
+echo "interrupt the next boot and change the root path to /dev/sda2"
diff --git a/freedom-maker/fbx-armel.conf b/freedom-maker/fbx-armel.conf
new file mode 100644
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+++ b/freedom-maker/fbx-armel.conf
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
diff --git a/freedom-maker/fbx-base.conf b/freedom-maker/fbx-base.conf
new file mode 100644
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--- /dev/null
+++ b/freedom-maker/fbx-base.conf
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+packages=base-files netbase openssh-server zile wget iproute net-tools hostname module-init-tools wget resolvconf udev isc-dhcp-client ifupdown rsyslog libertas-firmware
+components=main contrib non-free
diff --git a/freedom-maker/flashing-notes b/freedom-maker/flashing-notes
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+++ b/freedom-maker/flashing-notes
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+Jason <u-boot@lakedaemon.net> says:
+ Sort of. The openocd config for the sheevaplug/guruplug is what I use,
+ and is distributed on the dreamplug download page [1]. It does _not_
+ have support for the SPI flash. You can also use the sheevaplug.cfg
+ shipped with openocd. So, I use openocd or tftp to transfer to RAM,
+ then use u-boot to write to flash.
+ To test images, or to reflash, I load the known-good u-boot into RAM via
+ openocd, then I'll either reflash it or load a new testing one from
+ there.
+ To write a u-boot.kwb test image to flash, here is what I do:
+ openocd$ sheevaplug_init
+ openocd$ load_image u-boot # known good from Marvell
+ openocd$ load_image u-boot.kwb 0x00800000 # monster I created
+ openocd$ resume 0x00600000 # run the known good
+ then, in u-boot
+ u-boot$ sf probe 0
+ u-boot$ sf erase 0x0 0x100000
+ u-boot$ sf write 0x00800000 0x0 0x100000
+ If time allows, I'd like to add SPI flash support to OpenOCD.
+ Unfortunately, time is short and the above process works.
diff --git a/freedom-maker/mk_dreamplug_rootfs b/freedom-maker/mk_dreamplug_rootfs
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+++ b/freedom-maker/mk_dreamplug_rootfs
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+# Copyright 2011 by Bdale Garbee <bdale@gag.com>
+# This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
+# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
+# (at your option) any later version.
+# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+# GNU General Public License for more details.
+# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+# along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
+# based on work by <ivan@sanchezortega.es>, who released his script under
+# the following license terms:
+# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+# "THE BEER-WARE LICENSE" (Revision 42):
+# As long as you retain this notice you can do whatever you want with
+# this stuff. If we meet some day, and you think this stuff is worth it,
+# you can buy me a beer in return.
+# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
+# mk_dreamplug_rootfs
+# Runs multistrap and readies the resulting root filesystem to silently
+# complete package configuration on the first boot-up.
+# where to build images, etc
+mkdir -p $target
+mkdir -p $tmpdir
+mkdir -p $pkgcache
+if [ ! -f $tmpdir/uImage ]
+ wget -c $kernelimage --output-document="$tmpdir/uImage"
+if [ ! -f $tmpdir/linux.tar.gz ]
+ wget -c $kernelmodules --output-document="$tmpdir/linux.tar.gz"
+rm -rf $target/*
+mkdir -p $target/var/cache/apt/ && mount -o bind $pkgcache $target/var/cache/apt/
+echo "Multistrapping..."
+multistrap -f fbx-armel.conf --no-auth -d $target
+umount $target/var/cache/apt/
+mkdir $target/var/cache/apt/archives
+echo "Unpacking kernel modules..."
+mkdir -p $target/lib/modules/
+tar -C $target/lib/ -zxvf $tmpdir/linux.tar.gz | tail
+echo "copy uImage to target filesystem"
+mkdir -p $target/boot
+cp build/tmp/uImage $target/boot/uImage
+echo "copy copy2dream.sh script to target filesystem"
+cp bin/copy2dream.sh $target/boot/copy2dream.sh
+# Until udev is configured and run for the first time, dev nodes won't be created, but we need some basic ones for spawning a console (console) and creating RSA keys for SSH (urandom).
+echo "Creating basic device nodes"
+mknod $target/dev/console c 5 1
+mknod $target/dev/random c 1 8
+mknod $target/dev/urandom c 1 9
+mknod $target/dev/null c 1 3
+mknod $target/dev/ptmx c 5 2
+# Basic fstab & mtab..
+echo "Setting up basic fstab & mtab"
+echo "
+rootfs / rootfs relatime,rw 0 0
+proc /proc proc none 0 0
+sys /sys sysfs none 0 0
+none /dev/pts devpts defaults 0 0
+tmpfs /tmp tmpfs rw,nosuid,nodev 0 0
+" > $target/etc/fstab
+touch $target/etc/mtab
+# Set up hostname
+echo "Setting up hostname, /etc/network/interfaces, nameservers, persistent-net-generator rules"
+echo $hostname > $target/etc/hostname
+# Create /etc/network/interfaces
+echo "# This file describes the network interfaces available on your system
+# and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces(5).
+# The loopback network interface
+auto lo
+iface lo inet loopback
+# The primary network interface
+allow-hotplug eth0
+iface eth0 inet dhcp
+allow-hotplug eth1
+iface eth1 inet dhcp
+ " > $target/etc/network/interfaces
+# Setup nameserver (use OpenDNS by default)
+echo "nameserver
+nameserver" > $target/etc/resolv.conf
+# Touch the net generator udev so that eth0 won't be reassigned in case the user
+# changes the MAC address - this may happen if you change the rootfs between plugs.
+touch $target/etc/udev/rules.d/75-persistent-net-generator.rules
+# generate configuration script
+echo "Create script to configure packages in qemu-user-static"
+echo "
+echo \"Preconfiguring dash - else dash and bash will be left in a broken state\"
+/var/lib/dpkg/info/dash.preinst install
+echo \"Configuring all packages\"
+dpkg --configure -a
+# Establish an initial root password
+echo \"Set root password to \"$rootpassword
+echo root:$rootpassword | /usr/sbin/chpasswd
+# By default, spawn a console on the serial port
+echo \"Adding a getty on the serial port\"
+echo \"T0:12345:respawn:/sbin/getty -L ttyS0 115200 vt100\" >> /etc/inittab
+echo \"Tweaks to reduce flash writes as per http://www.plugcomputer.org/plugwiki/index.php/Reduce_Flash_Writes\"
+echo \"
+# Reduce writes to flash drives
+\" >> /etc/sysctl.conf
+echo \"Deleting this very same script\"
+rm -f /install.sh
+echo \"Syncing filesystem just in case something didn't get written\"
+echo \"End configuration progress by exiting from the chroot\"
+" > $target/install.sh
+chmod 755 $target/install.sh
+echo "Use qemu-user-static to perform first-boot configuration now"
+mkdir -p $target/usr/bin
+cp /usr/bin/qemu-arm-static $target/usr/bin
+chroot $target /install.sh
+rm $target/usr/bin/qemu-arm-static
+echo "Syncing..."
+echo "Finished. You may now copy the rootfs to the plug."