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nanopi neo air - eflasher no image files found

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I followed instructions on:
http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index. ... Image_to...
but when I run eflasher the only thing that it shows is the following:

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Welcome to NanoPi-Air
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  No image files found on SD card or USB Disk, you can:
  1) Visit the product page on wiki.friendlyarm.com and locate the link to
the cloud storage of your needed image files.
  2) Visit the cloud storage and locate the "images-for-eflasher" directory
and download the image files(usually a tar ball or a zip ball) you need.
  3) Create a new directory in your SD card or USB disk,  and uncompress
the image files you downloaded to this directory.



if I type "flash_eMMC.sh -d /mnt/sdcard/ubuntu-core-qte/" I get the following output:

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root@FriendlyARM:~# flash_eMMC.sh -d /mnt/sdcard/ubuntu-core-qte/
INFO: ==> Executing: 'sd_update -d /dev/mmcblk1 -p partmap.txt'
cannot access file (/dev/mmcblk1).
fail device open /dev/mmcblk1 ...
usage: options
-d device  node default : none
-p partmap file default : ./partmap.txt
-i images path : default path is "partmap.txt" directory
-r raw image file
-s show device partitioin
-h print this help text

usage: partmap.txt
flash= <device>.<dev no>:<partition>:<fstype>:<start>,<length>:<file name>;
device    : disk device name, not use
dev no    : disk device number, not use
partition : partition name, not use
fstype    : file system type, MBR = raw, fat, ext4
start     : disk partition start address (hex)
length    : disk partition length (hex)
file name : write file name to partition


so there is no /dev/mmcblk1 !!!

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root@FriendlyARM:~# lsblk
NAME        MAJ:MIN RM  SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
mmcblk0     179:0    0  7.4G  0 disk
|-mmcblk0p1 179:1    0   40M  0 part
|-mmcblk0p2 179:2    0  1.5G  0 part /
`-mmcblk0p3 179:3    0  5.9G  0 part /mnt/sdcard
Hi,
No image files found on SD card or USB Disk---Are you sure the sd card has air ubuntu core eflasher system?You can try to write again according to the wiki link:
http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index. ... Pi_NEO_Air

Thanks!
Hi,thanks for your replay.

I am using http://www.mediafire.com/file/htxrod8bu ... 20.img.zip on the sd card i can confirm there is a friendlyarm partition on sd card containing rootfs and all related files to be flashed.
the main problem is when i use eflasher it can't find the eMMC as i mentioned above. and when i run lsblk there is no mmcblk1 there is no /dev/mmcblk1 either (there is only mmcblk0 with three partitions). this also seems to cause kernel panic on shutdown(as i posted here: viewtopic.php?f=47&t=564) and i am experiencing kernel panic under armbian as well...

is it possible that the eMMC is just fried?
mortazamakasaadi wrote:
Hi,thanks for your replay.

I am using http://www.mediafire.com/file/htxrod8bu ... 20.img.zip on the sd card i can confirm there is a friendlyarm partition on sd card containing rootfs and all related files to be flashed.
the main problem is when i use eflasher it can't find the eMMC as i mentioned above. and when i run lsblk there is no mmcblk1 there is no /dev/mmcblk1 either (there is only mmcblk0 with three partitions). this also seems to cause kernel panic on shutdown(as i posted here: viewtopic.php?f=47&t=564) and i am experiencing kernel panic under armbian as well...

is it possible that the eMMC is just fried?


Hi ,

We update the image for Air ,you can download it to test again from this link:https://www.mediafire.com/folder/sr5d0qpz774cs/NanoPi-NEO_Air

thank you!
@jjm Hi
I downloaded the image file (nanopi-air-eflasher-sd8g-20170220.img.zip) again from the link you provided...
which seems to be the same image i have downloaded before... (http://www.mediafire.com/file/htxrod8bu ... 20.img.zip) anyway...
it has the previous symptoms and not working...

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