After that you can use any OS you like, but I will talk about Mac OSX, because … well, I use it.
Let’s roll (use Terminal):
- You need to install e2fsprogs. (use Homebrew or whatever you like)
- Install fuse-ext2.
- Do mkdir /Volumes/disk.
- In Disk Utility check disk number (of SD) and create one partition.
- Unmount the card
- Use sudo mkfs.ext2 /dev/disk? (instead of ? use disk number, but be careful. You need to use partition so disk2s1 and not disk2) – in Homebrew you need to use whole path to it (/usr/local/Cellar/e2fsprogs/…)
- sudo fuse-ext2 /dev/disk? /Volumes/disk -o rw+ (instead of ? use disk number)
- sudo tar xvf rootfs.tar -C /Volumes/disk
- cp apf28-linux.bin /Volumes/disk/boot
- sudo umount /Volumes/disk
You can use the card to boot from it on apf28dev.
You now have to go to boot menu and use:
or to make it boot forever
setenv bootcmd run mmcboot saveenv