Thank you developer. I have been looking for a "compiler farm" to automate my kernel builds. I am running windows with cygwin and will see if I can bootstrap that in.I don't know if anyone else here has multiple linux boxen running, I have a hodge-podge of equipment myself, I'm running a P4 with Ubuntu 12 x86, a Dual Core laptop running 10.something, and I have an AMD Sempron 2GHz running Gentoo. Has anyone tried setting up and compiling using distcc? wondering how well it world work with that setup with the common tools that are out there right now. Thoughts?
Did you factory reset with CWM? It likely just needs to be factory reset with the default recovery image. Taking it back to full stock should have restored the B&N recovery image also, so if you still have CWM, then you'll need to get the default recovery image back as well. Once you do that, then it will factory reset on its own if the device fails to boot 8 times in a row.hmm ok so using this ...
and this method to flash it with CWM
it flashed and boots up then when it starts it says
your nookcolor has encountered a problem that requires a system restart.
if this problem persists please contact coustomer service.
nook will reboot and same message pops up every time....
any ideas ?
Yes. CWM is designed to format the data partition how cyanogenmod and other custom roms like for it to be formatted. The Nook recovery will get it back the way it belongs.i didint do recovery CWM is still there i factory reset threw it but same results. so i need to flash the B&N stock recovery?
i do not remember it was so long ago. hmm ok i need to find the stock recovery thenYes. CWM is designed to format the data partition how cyanogenmod and other custom roms like for it to be formatted. The Nook recovery will get it back the way it belongs.
Do you recall if you ever resized the EMMC? If you did, then you will need to find the thread that has the walkthrough to get it back to the default EMMC size of 5gb.
I was wondering if any one could help me with an issue I have struggled with for awhile now. My nook was running fine a few years ago then it just stopped boot up fully. Now anytime a flash a new rom it just boots back to CWM. Not sure how to fix this issue. Any input would be appreciated.