tool to flash kernels and romdisks to Agenda VR
The Agenda VR is a handheld computer that runs Linux. VRFlash
communicates with the Agenda's boot monitor (PMON) over a serial
line to install new software on the device. The kernel and the
root image can be upgraded this way.
The purpose of this utility is to provide an easy way to flash
kernels and romdisks to the Agenda VR3.
It works for me and it's worked for other people, but it may not
work for you. In fact, this code could well could destroy your
most valuable data, annilihate your VR3, set your house on fire,
and knock up your little sister. If you can't handle any
vrflash - install new software on an Agenda VR handheld com‐
vrflash [-l] [-r] [-s serialport] [-t tempdir] [-C] [-D] [-R]
[-X] file offset ...
VRFlash is a utility for flashing software such as kernels
vrflash (0.24-6) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix watch file to use qa.debian.org redirector. Bump to version 3.
* Packaging moved to collab-maint Git at Alioth. Update VCS-* hints.
* Add Homepage field to debian/control(.in).
-- Jonas Smedegaard <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 03 Jul 2008 09:15:12 +0200
vrflash (0.24-5) unstable; urgency=low
* Update cdbs tweaks:
+ Use official autotools-vars.mk
o Removed -u option. Now the default.
VRFlash was originally written by Jeff Carneal. Many people have further
contributed to it by report
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