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lmilla13
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I am attempting to flash the SD card with the provided bash script, however the 'gdd' command is not found. I have installed all of the packages specified in the Android Users Guide under section 2.1 - Setting up your computer using apt-get, however gdd is not a command my computer is recognizing. Does anyone know which package I need to install?

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lmilla13
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It turns out gdd is an OSX homebrew because the dd on osx doesn't work quite the same as GNU's dd. Or something like that. I switched all the gdd commands to dd in the script and it seems to be working now.

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lmilla13
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It turns out gdd is an OSX homebrew because the dd on osx doesn't work quite the same as GNU's dd. Or something like that. I switched all the gdd commands to dd in the script and it seems to be working now.

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diegoadrian
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NXP Employee

Hello,

I have some questions.

Which Android version and i.MX device are you using?

Are you completely sure that you installed gdisk?

Do you installed al the packages specified in the AOSP webpage? Establishing a Build Environment  |  Android Open Source Project 

Can you please share with us the command that you used to run the fsl-sdcard-partition.sh script?

Best Regards,

Diego.

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