This is the latest image as of now (anyone reading this in the future should look for the newest one): reform2-imx8mq · Artifacts · build (#426) · Jobs · Reform / reform-system-image · GitLab
The file for the SD card is
reform-system.img.gz. Unzip it and write it to the SD card. If you’re on Windows, you can use Win32 Disk Imager, on Mac or Linux use dd:
dd if=reform-system.img of=/dev/sdcard bs=1024
/dev/sdcard with your SD card device. It should be the SD card itself, not a partition, i.e. no
p1 on the end, because the image contains multiple partitions.
If you want to write the system to an SSD, use the
reform-migrate script or
reform-rescue-system.img.gz file is for the internal eMMC storage, not SD card. You don’t need to use this unless you change the hardware dipswitch to boot from the boot partition on the internal eMMC instead of the SD card.