Note: Plug a micro SD into your Linux PC, the following assumes that the micro SD is added as /dev/sdX and all it’s partitions are unmounted.
3. SD card insertion
Please Insert the SD card into your device.
4. Power connection
Connect your power adaptor to the DC jack, and then connect the adaptor to mains supply.
A red LED will light up at the front panel. This is an indication of boot loader firmware is running.If you find you need additional help, please contact us and we’ll do our best to get back to you with more personal support.
5. Serial Connection
Please insert the micro USB into your device, then you can refer to Serial Connection for installing necessary serial connection software in Linux/Windows.
Once you installed the necessary serial connection software, you should be able to see the following:
In order to be able to log in , please insert “debian” as a username and password as follows:
Install to eMMC
You can follow this document Install to eMMC to install debian to an eMMC device.
If you have purchased CuBox-i1 or CuBox-i2 first connect an Ethernet cable to your CuBox-i (for internet access during boot-up). Models CuBox-i2ex and CuBox-i4Pro (Or CuBox i1 / i2 with WiFi function), can be connected via Wi-Fi or wired Ethernet.
Please check you Ethernet connection.
Use the following commands in order to keep your system up-to-date: