As would be familiar to anybody who knows me, I’m always interested in new tech, especially when it’s running free software and portable enough to be in my every-day carry arsenal. For the past month or so I’ve been looking at a few devices as a secondary to my laptop to carry with me. In a few weeks I’ll be joining those already there at third installment of Hackerbeach, on the Caribbean island of Dominica.
At which point I decided I wanted to try to restore the original kernel, so that I would at least have a working system with which to test. Therein lied the rub. The files posted here are completely broken. Thankfully, a friend of mine also ordered a GuruPlug. So I grabbed his images. Here’s how to ACTUALLY restore your GuruPlug if you flash a bad kernel to it. Download the extracted uImage.
Warning: This information comes without a warranty. I wont guarantee support if you break your hardware. Im not responsible for anything you do with this information. For entertainment purposes only. I`m probably lying. 1. Obtain your Windows ISO. Probably using MSDNAA or something. 2. Make sure your hard drive is partitioned properly. This means leaving one partition open for windows. Make sure it`s easily identifiable from the windows installer(I give Windows 120GB of my 160GB drive).