yay. finally I managed to mangle my OpenRD Client board .. sigh
I had troubles, that the marge of my dev board was never stating the correct
manufacturer ID for the NAND, which made flashing newer Uboot bootloader im-
This was the error popping up whatever I tried with Uboot/OpenOCD ...
unknown NAND device found, manufacturer id: 0x00 device id: 0x00 probing failed for NAND flash device
It drove me nuts until found a solution . Yay!
Now with a newer Uboot (v3.4.19) I was suddenly able to install Debian on the
SD/MMC. For that I followed the great Howto under .
Heh, nice. So it finally boots Debian .. and having the D-I via serial console
in my screen (hint: screen tops minicom a million times: screen /dev/ttyUSB0 115200)
just feels very nice
But then I got hot and wanted moar .. MUAHAHA !! .. I finally have put the Debian
install from the SD/MMC onto the internal flash, but not before converting that
flash to UBIFS, following this guide  ff.
Heh, so now I have an OpenRD Client, booting Debian on choice from SD/MMC or the
internal flash with either kernel 2.6.32-5-kirkwood from Debian or the Sheevakernel
from  with 22.214.171.124 ..
I love it!
Further down I have a list with more good-to-read-in-case-links.
Create your own Debian image directly on SD/MMC:
The complete docs for putting Debian onto flash (it is for Sheeva, so
refer to the OpenRD specifics to link no.  and )
If things fail while flashing Uboot on OpenRD and such, get help with OpenOCD here:
I had some trouble booting from flash/UBIFS, this link here clearifies alot:
Building a custom kernel: