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installation_debian_sur_chromebook_asus_c201 [2018/06/22 04:54]
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fabianrodriguez [Building a bootable Devuan fro ISO]
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 ===== Building a bootable Devuan fro ISO ===== ===== Building a bootable Devuan fro ISO =====
  
-* Get the Devuan ASCII (based on Stretch) ISO netinstall - [[https://​files.devuan.org/​devuan_ascii/​installer-iso/​devuan_ascii_2.0.0_amd64_netinst.iso|here]] +  ​* Get the Devuan ASCII (based on Stretch) ISO netinstall - [[https://​files.devuan.org/​devuan_ascii/​installer-iso/​devuan_ascii_2.0.0_amd64_netinst.iso|here]] 
-* Install in VirtualBox +  * Install in VirtualBox 
-* Install Devuan ASCII in VirtualBox +  * Install Devuan ASCII in VirtualBox 
-** Make sure to include console productivity and SSH server options +    * Make sure to include console productivity and SSH server options 
-* Use the DevSus script at https://​notabug.org/​dimkr/​devsus+  * Use the DevSus script at https://​notabug.org/​dimkr/​devsus 
  
 ===== Get a pre-built Devuan ISO image ===== ===== Get a pre-built Devuan ISO image =====
  
-* Go to https://​archive.org/​details/​devuan-jessie-c201-libre-2GB+  ​* Go to https://​archive.org/​details/​devuan-jessie-c201-libre-2GB
  
 ===== Devuan installation from bootable USB ===== ===== Devuan installation from bootable USB =====
  
-* Insert the USB key +  ​* Insert the USB key 
-* Boot the system, you should see Libreboot prompt with boot options. Use Ctrl-U to boot from USB +  * Boot the system, you should see Libreboot prompt with boot options. Use Ctrl-U to boot from USB 
-* Once at the login prompt, login as root (no password) +  * Once at the login prompt, login as root (no password) 
-* dd if=/​devuan-jessie-c201-libre-16GB.img of=/​dev/​mmcblk0 bs=50M +  * dd if=/​devuan-jessie-c201-libre-16GB.img of=/​dev/​mmcblk0 bs=50M 
-* Turn off the system, remove the USB key +  * Turn off the system, remove the USB key 
-* Turn it on again, you should now have a login prompt+  * Turn it on again, you should now have a login prompt
  
 ===== Connect to your network ===== ===== Connect to your network =====
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 The image does not include drivers for the on-board wifi as they are proprietary. You will need a USB wifi adapter such as those from ThinkPenguin.com. An Atheros AR9271 based adapter was used in this example (USB ID 0cf3:9271) The image does not include drivers for the on-board wifi as they are proprietary. You will need a USB wifi adapter such as those from ThinkPenguin.com. An Atheros AR9271 based adapter was used in this example (USB ID 0cf3:9271)
  
-* Insert your USB adapter on the right port +  ​* Insert your USB adapter on the right port 
-* Generate a configuration file for wpa_supplicant:​ +  * Verify a new interface is available:  
-**  +    * ''#​ ip a''​ 
 +  ​* Generate a configuration file for wpa_supplicant ​and verify its content
 +    ''#​ wpa_passphrase MYSSID passphrase > /​etc/​wpa_supplicant/​wpa_supplicant.conf''​ - there will be no prompt to type, just type your wifi password and press Enter. 
 +    ​''#​ cat /​etc/​wpa_supplicant.conf''​ to check the newly generated config file 
 +  * Assuming your interface is wlan0, connect to your network like this: 
 +      * ''#​ wpa_supplicant -B -i wlan0 -c /​etc/​wpa_supplicant/​wpa_supplicant.conf''​ 
 +      * ''​dhclient wlan0''​
  
 +The connection should now be up, check with ''​ip a''​ or ''​ping yahoo.com''​ for example.
  
installation_debian_sur_chromebook_asus_c201.txt · Dernière modification: 2018/06/22 05:05 par fabianrodriguez