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I just order an ARM Cortex A8 development board with preinstalled Android, but instead of the preinstalled OS I would like to use Linux, so I compiled the kernel with success, but I don't know how can I create a bootable SD card with the Linux OS. How can I achieve this?

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One simplified way would be to use Puppy:

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Ive never worked with the ARM Cortex A8, but I would assume that it shouldn't be too hard.

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