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March 5, 2013
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Information on how to set up your / root file system for Ubuntu on a micro-SD card is available at pcDuino U-Boot - Parts 1,2,3. This is an easy method for increasing the available storage beyond the 2GB NAND flash already available.
Instructions for setting the default display resolution are posted on my blog at Setting pcDuino Display Resolution.
I have found how to set the default video mode to other resolutions. I am currently running at 1920x1080, 60Hz.
Available HDMI video modes:
If anyone is interested, I can document the method for setting the video mode. Currently, these are set at boot time and can not be changed dynamically.
If anyone is interested, I have been testing the pcDuino I2C interface via Python. You can get more information on my blog at pcDuino - I2C Test.
The User Guide above is at revision 0.2, while the current user guide is at 0.4 on the pcDuino site. According to the change history it has been updated for the HDMI fix and chapter 5 has been rewritten for installing software to the NAND flash. You can get the latest updated manual from the pcDuino Downloads page. Here are the direct download links for the User Guide Rev. 0.4 and OS Installation.
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