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Legacy Images

With the move to Debian 8 and kernel 3.18, the following images are now classed as legacy.

Users are strongly encouraged to upgrade to the newest image from here

Debian 7 Factory Default 2014-06-25

The default Debian7 NAND image is available here

The rootfs tarball used to create this image is available here

The associated md5sums are

dc330745036cefd853ceb56d09d46334  debian-nand-v2-20140625.img
f0148cf26475fe019c8ed91a11d6c331  rootfs-20140625.tar

Debian 7 2014-09-12

The image is available here. changelog NOTE: DEFAULT UART HEADER CHANGED!

The rootfs tarball used to create this image is available here

The associated md5sum of the image is

fc88a13626003b5df33ee8a3d5bb0e9d  debian_2014_09_12_b.img

Please verify the MD5 of the image you download before using it.

Debian 7 FSF Image 2014-09-12

A Free Software Foundation compatible image (pending review) is available here.

md5sum 8ef04efc2405108dfbf815238a866480 debian_2014_09_12_FSF.img

The changelog for this image is here

Note: This image is based on the newer edition of the Debian7 image.

Debian 7 2015-01-15

The image is available here The rootfs tarball is available here The associated MD5sum is

c0e046144b95b7e4d54753340ac2aa45  debian7_2015_01_15.img
4c03f44272d6b7520123a0dce7e1e1b3  rootfs2015-01-15_16_49_47.tar


Updated SGX binaries from 1.11 to 1.13
Installed openssh client
Installed flowstarterapp for Imagination Flowcloud
Updated kernel with mmc hotplug fix
Added kernel options for usb cameras and usb serial drivers

Debian 7 2015-02-02

The image is available here The rootfs tarball is available here The associated MD5sum is

37a11dda7b6b4a7bfc36d98657933ea4  debian7_2015_02_02.img
a7456979aa9f77ba1c1943be5bef9b2c  rootfs2015-02-02_12_06_04.tar


Updated kernel with adc drivers. Can read AUX1 and AUX2 now using sysfs. 
using 'cat /sys/devices/platform/jz4780-adc/jz4740-hwmon.0/in0_input'
using 'cat /sys/devices/platform/jz4780-adc/jz4740-hwmon.0/in1_input'

Upgrading to Debian 8 / Jessie

Before you upgrade

Before upgrading you must ensure you have a kernel with CONFIG_FHANDLE enabled since the version of udev in jessie now requires it. The kernel supplied in the NAND image does not have this option enabled. You can test if you have it by running

grep 'T sys_open_by_handle_at' /proc/kallsyms

Old kernels will print nothing, up to date kernels will print the symbol address.

After you upgrade:

  • Graphics acceleration will not work (the powervr drivers currently don't work with xorg 1.16).
  • MPlayer will be removed.
  • Your system will be converted to run systemd.


All commands should be run as root.

Move PVR specific xorg.conf out of the way

mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.pvr

If you are running the rootfs from an SD card, comment out the ubi boot line in fstab by adding a # at the start of the line

nano /etc/fstab

Remove PVR module from /etc/modules

sed -i 's/pvrsrvkm//' /etc/modules

Update sources.list to point to jessie

sed -i 's/wheezy/jessie/g' /etc/apt/sources.list

Update package lists

apt-get update

Upgrade packages

apt-get dist-upgrade
APT may decide to remove some packages here - look carefully at the list before pressing yes.
During the upgrade you will be asked what to do about a modified version of /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf. Select N here (selecting Y is ok, but will disable autologin).

To save some space you can remove some old packages by running

apt-get autoremove
apt-get autoclean

If everything goes well, reboot