Spitz Installation InstructionsUnder construction at the moment and therefore subject to change/inaccuracies. We accept no responsibility for any damage that following these instructions may cause to your hardware or data, the responsibility is yours. You do this at your own risk.
How to install Angstrom on the Spitz.
The h2200 series needs LAB to boot linux.
LAB stands for Linux As Bootloader. Its job is to load and execute kernels. The benefit of LAB is that we can leverage the power of Linux to make a more powerful bootloader than the stock bootloader. On h2200 we use it to boot from MMC/SD, CF, NFS, or even NFS-over-PPP-over-Bluetooth (if you really want to), plus erase and write to internal flash, copy files to filesystems over serial (like fixing a broken kernel), or download and boot a new kernel over serial.
1) Download files: zImage.bin, initrd.bin, updater.sh. If the filenames are different, change them to the above or else the zaurus will not be able to find them. The filenames are somewhat case sensitive. Either use the capital I in zImage.bin, or all lower, or all caps.
2) Put files in the root directory of your CF card /mnt/cf (The flasher program asks you if you want to use CF or SD, so it is possible to use an SD instead of a CF card).
The steps to flash the C1000 from CF are(1):
1) Download the Angstrom installkit tarball from the download location.
2) Untar it and copy the 3 files inside the directory to the root directory of your CF card
The steps to flash the are:
1) Ensure that your C7×0 machine has a standard flash partitioning (e.g. as it was originally), flashing may fail if this is not the case
2) Unplug AC power jack.
3) Turn the zaurus over and flip the battery case switch to "Unlocked". Remove the battery cover and remove the battery - there is no HW reset button that I’m aware of.