Windows: Make an Arduino Yun in to a Hybrid Object


#1

Hello, I am having some trouble installing this software. I have installed the win32 disk imager and inserted my micro sd card with adapter. Now when i open up the win32, i do not understand how to browse the folder where the hybrid image is stored.


#2

If you are having trouble following the manual in the site ,please wait till tomorrow, I will add some images also to clear your doubts :smile:


#3

Thank you so much! :grin:


#4

@Joshua.Ayala does this help ?

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@valentin should we add images to the guide in the site, ?


#5

definitley it is very helpful


#6

Hi,I have write the hybrid.dmg in SD card,and inserted the micro sd card in YUN ,but nothing happen.How to solve this problem,thank you!


#7

you use the install guide in www.openhybrid.org it has the correct steps ( for windows ,linux and OSX)


#8

hi V_Mohammed_Ibrahim you re explanation are really clear
and the documention on www.openhybrid.org work.
but when win32 disk imager finish to write, he say : write successful
but on my 4GB of sd card i have
1 partion of 128 mb fat 32 who is full
1 partition of 256 who is full
and the other is unalocated
i think there is a bug because you ask to have a 4gb sd card.
see print screen and capacity and used of disk 2
thanks a lot open hybrid is a great project


#9

@karlTH yes the SD card becomes partitioned like that once you write the HybridObject image to the card .
It is the same when you write it using the “dd” tool in linux also
I have specified 4 GB because it is safe , if you require only very light use , you can use a 2 GB card as well , i have worked with 2 GB card.
if you finish your work with Openhybrid and want to put the SD card back to original size use this tutorial


#10

thank you for you re quick answer.
may be someone could add a picture of the résult of the SD card on the tutorial.
like this every body could know if the operation is a success or not.

karl