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Bananian for Banana Pi M2

This image is a modified version of Bananian for the Banana Pi M2.
It is still a technical preview/beta although working very stable!

Modifications

  • The bootloader (u-boot) has been replaced (package: u-boot-m2-bananian)
  • Kernel 4.4.x has been installed and Kernel 3.4.x has been removed

Download latest version (Debian 8/Jessie)

  • version: 16.04 (released 2016-04-23)
  • default login: root / pi
  • SHA1: 902c219172a9dbcd98cdcc53716ffebd9dbfb771
  • SHA256: 4ffbcdc14421cf52a5bde0be15fdb701293a7ac1877ddc0829be5a692e2d63cf

Migrate from Banana Pi M1, M1+, Pro and R1

You can also migrate your running Bananian 15.08 (or newer) installation from M1, M1+, Pro and R1 to M2:

:!: After a migration Bananian will not boot on your Banana Pi M1, M1+, Pro and R1 any longer :!:

# 1. install kernel and u-boot for Banana Pi M2
aptitude install u-boot-m2-bananian linux-image-4.4-bananian
 
# 2. shutdown your M1, M1+, Pro or R1
shutdown -h now
 
# 3. remove the micro SD card and insert it into your Banana Pi M2
 
# 4. connect power and boot Bananian on your Banana Pi M2

Licensing notes

The Bananian Linux tools are licensed under MIT license. Check https://github.com/Bananian/bananian for license and sources.
The Linux Kernel is licensed under GPL. Check https://www.kernel.org for license and sources.
The u-boot is licensed under GPL. Check https://github.com/Bananian/u-boot for license and sources.
raspi-config is licensed under MIT license. Check https://github.com/Bananian/raspi-config for license and sources.
Debian packages are licensed under several open source licenses. Check https://www.debian.org for details.

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