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If you would like to see specific commands for how to complete these steps, see https://github.com/nikhiljha/pp-fedora-sdsetup (an example for Fedora) or https://xnux.eu/howtos/install-arch-linux-arm.html (an example for Arch Linux).
If you would like to see specific commands for how to complete these steps, see https://github.com/nikhiljha/pp-fedora-sdsetup (an example for Fedora) or https://xnux.eu/howtos/install-arch-linux-arm.html (an example for Arch Linux).


# Create a boot (from 4MiB to about 252MiB) and root (from 252 MiB to the end of the card) filesystem on the SD card.
# Create a boot (from 4MiB to about 252MiB) and root (from 252 MB to the end of the card) filesystem on the SD card.
# Format the boot partition with vfat, and the root partition with f2fs.
# Format the boot partition with vfat, and the root partition with f2fs.
# Extract the root filesystem from your distribution's ARM image into the root filesystem on the SD card. Do not copy the partition, copy the files (in archive mode: like rsync -ar).
# Extract the root filesystem from your distribution's ARM image into the root filesystem on the SD card. Do not copy the partition, copy the files (in archive mode: like rsync -ar).
# Edit /etc/fstab to match your partitions.
# Edit /etc/fstab to match your partitions.
# Grab megi's kernel from https://xff.cz/kernels/ (you probably want 5.6).
# Grab megi's kernel from https://xff.cz/kernels/ (you probably want 5.6 or later).
# Follow the README instructions, which involves copying the kernel modules into the SD card rootfs and writing u-boot and the bootloader.
# Follow the README instructions, which involves copying the kernel modules into the SD card rootfs and writing u-boot and the bootloader.


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