latest HaitiOS-0.6 very close
georgejhunt at gmail.com
Wed Dec 18 19:39:06 EST 2013
I was checking the md5sum of bootfw.zip, as James suggested.
I noticed that the q2f19.rom generated a different md5sum than the
bootfw.zip. And I didn't think the filename was included in the md5sum.
So I copied the contents of the g2f19.4om to a file called bootfw.zip in
the /boot folder on the USB stick.
The 4button startup no longer stalled. So I suspect that Jerry's hunch was
correct. To completely test the solution, I should downgrade the firmware,
and make sure it gets upgraded.
Which I am about to do.
On Wed, Dec 18, 2013 at 6:36 PM, James Cameron <quozl at laptop.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 18, 2013 at 06:20:38PM -0500, George Hunt wrote:
> > I'll test Jerry's hypothesis that the q2119 wasn't signed properly
> > by substituting an official one. I'm out this evening. So whatever
> > happens will need to be in the next 4 hours.
> We've never signed anything called q2119.
> Perhaps you mean q2f19.
> Check your copy is correct.
> q2f19's bootfw.zip has md5sum 8585307de5cc8d6867bf58ef56d59f3a
> To test that it is signed: downgrade a laptop to q2f18, put the file
> on a USB drive in the boot directory, insert USB drive into laptop,
> hold down the X game key, turn power on. The display should say if
> the signature passed or failed.
> The upstream link is
> James Cameron
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