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Tonight, I tried to debrick one of the XO laptops that we recently received from some of the OLPC crew. I went through the motions, as provided by the wiki, as well as a video of a OLPC Repair Day put on by Adam Holt and others at MIT.
Here’s the breakdown:
I used my intel classmate, which is running on Fedora-Sugar, to complete the initial phase of download and installation of pyserial, as well as download the debricking script, d6.py. This picture (above) is the confirmation of that step.
I followed the steps provided on the wiki to get to the J1 serial port, connected the serial adapter to the debricker laptop, executed the d6.py script and was prompted to attach the serial adapter to the bricked XO, as seen in this photo.
Anyone know what I could do to resolve this issue?