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The x86 and x86_64 versions work on Personal Computer (PC) complatibles that meet the following minimum requirements:
The arm version can work on mobile devices like Tablets and Smartphones which meet the following minimum requirements:
1st step) Storage device partitioning
2nd step) Formatting the device
mkfs.ext4The filesystem (ext4) is recommended for best performances.
3rd step) Installing the cpio image
mount <partition device> <mount point> cd <mount point> tar xf /your/download/dir/openmamba-rootfs-light-en-i586.tar.xz
Note: boot loaded installation is a standard for x86 architectures through the BIOS. So the following sections are not applicable if you are using the arm version and in such case you need to proceed (if possible) in a way that is specific to the boot tecnology available in the destination device.
4th step) Installing extlinux bootloader (BIOS architectures only)
You need syslinux installed on your computer, then use the following command from the <mount point> directory:
extlinux --install bootUnmount the storage and that's all about installation.
5th step) Running the system (BIOS architectues only)
Reboot your computer with the USB storage inserted in.
Your computer maybe configured or not for booting from a USB Hard Drive/Storage device; check your bios configuration and wheter it supports booting from USB (many bioses are buggy!).