An open ChromeOS distro with a Go-based userland, X11, and upspin support. (WIP)
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Signed-off-by: Ronald G. Minnich <rminnich@gmail.com>
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README.md

NiChrome

Build Status Go Report Card GoDoc License: GPL v2

Description

Things we need for NiChrome.

To test out USB stick creation, you will need a ChromeOS-formatted boot stick with the right partitions. We don't know how to create those yet. One way to get such an image is with the chromeos recovery tool, found here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/chromebook-recovery-utili/jndclpdbaamdhonoechobihbbiimdgai?hl=en

You can pick any chromebook to get an image from, since the partition layout is the same on all of them, and the usb tool replaces the A image anyway.

To get an image, for both KERN-[AB] and ROOT-[AB],

Build the usb tool: (cd usb && go build .)

Plug in the chromeos-formatted USB stick.

./usb/usb --fetch=true --dev=/dev/your-usb-stick

e.g. ./usb/usb --fetch=true --dev=/dev/sdb

usb will default to /dev/null, which makes it easy to test it. You can also run travis.sh to test.

You can skip the -fetch=true on second or later runs of usb.

This defaults to writing the A image (partitions 2 and 3). To use the B image, invoke usb with --useB=true