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* [http://www.uclinux.org/ uClinux] 2.4.24 http://www.uclinux.org/pub/uClinux/dist/uClinux-dist-20040408
 
* [http://www.uclinux.org/ uClinux] 2.4.24 http://www.uclinux.org/pub/uClinux/dist/uClinux-dist-20040408
* Nano-X distro from Emsoft http://www.emsoftltd.com/download/ewig/
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* [[media:nanogtk-1.0pre1.tgz|Nano-X distro from Emsoft]]
* uCLinux Source Code from Emsoft http://home.cyberec.com/~embed/juicebox.tar.gz
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* [[media:juicebox.tar.gz|uCLinux Source Code from Emsoft]]
 
* hold the REWIND and PLAY buttons at the same time and apply power for [http://www.amorphousmedia.net/juicebox/juicebox.htm test menu ]
 
* hold the REWIND and PLAY buttons at the same time and apply power for [http://www.amorphousmedia.net/juicebox/juicebox.htm test menu ]
 
* dmesg from [[JuiceBox Dmesg Pre Comp|pre-compiled version]]
 
* dmesg from [[JuiceBox Dmesg Pre Comp|pre-compiled version]]
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* Built in self test checksums: the ROM checksum is a 32 bit wide 2's complement sum of the entire 8MB ROM, accessed as bytes.  The cart checksum appears to be the same algorithm over the first 0x2000 512 byte sectors of the cart.  Bytes 513-528 of each sector are ignored.  Note that the cart checksum only covers the first 4MB of the cart.
 
* Built in self test checksums: the ROM checksum is a 32 bit wide 2's complement sum of the entire 8MB ROM, accessed as bytes.  The cart checksum appears to be the same algorithm over the first 0x2000 512 byte sectors of the cart.  Bytes 513-528 of each sector are ignored.  Note that the cart checksum only covers the first 4MB of the cart.
 
* JuiceBoxEmulator- Running [[JuiceBox]] Linux on the Skyeye ARM emulator
 
* JuiceBoxEmulator- Running [[JuiceBox]] Linux on the Skyeye ARM emulator
* [[Fat Jbox]] is a crude but usable user interface(UI) for prpplague's clever SD/MMC Cartridge Hack
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* [[Fat Jbox]] is a crude but usable user interface(UI) for [[User:Prpplague|prpplague]]'s clever SD/MMC Cartridge Hack
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* [[Display Jbox]] is a routine to turn the Juicebox into a cheap serial display
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* [[JuiceBox_Software_Memory_Dump]] memory dump
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* [[JuiceBox_Emulator]]
 
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Latest revision as of 01:52, 7 March 2013