Write SD cards with Etcher for Pinebook Pro
(10-05-2020, 08:11 AM)Mangled Wrote:
(09-28-2020, 05:20 AM)Mangled Wrote: Just figured from a source that you could build the etcher-git package from aur repository on manjaro in case others are wondering as well. It has been modified for aarch64.

::package failed to build...

Was recommended to use *imagewrite* as a substitute for manjaro.
Imagewriter was recommended, however after installing it and testing the USB stick, it did not work. 

I found another compatible program for aarch64 called: fedora media writer. I personally tested this one and it works great.
I had my hopes up about flashing OS's to SD cards using PBP... I have manjaro but it looks like we can't get Etcher to run on it yet? I've installed imagewriter, but it looks like that's only for USB's and not SD cards... I'd test it out if I had a spare SD card, but I'm all out, for now.  I'm just starting out trying all this stuff out! I'm interested to see if anybody makes any progress doing this on manjaro.

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RE: Write SD cards with Etcher for Pinebook Pro - by 11Eleven - 11-01-2020, 03:05 PM

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