Looks like a kernel panic message. Since things went wrong, could you please post exact list of your steps in order, starting from scratch, assuming you have no linux flashed to recovery. This may help us finding a root of problem. At least Linux installation works on one sample (my AK802) made by SainSmart, hope yours will do the job too.
BTW, are you saying sainsmark ak802 = ak809? I'm completely lost in taxonomy of rk3066-based devices Everyone on this forum but me seems recognize which reference device (MK808 or UG802) his/her own device equivalent to.
This is my device: http://www.sainsmart...ml?options=cart
The steps I used to install it are:
1. use windows and the rkandroidtool to flash the recovery (I think there is no problem with that...)
2. Plug the device into my pc while simultaneously holding the 'flash' button
3. flash the kernel-0.3.img, renamed to recovery.img to the recovery partition
4. I boot on my pc into debian I have on a live usb
5. I open Gparted and partition an 8Gb usb stick as explained
6. I become root, cd to the usb stick and do "sudo tar -xzf linuxroot-0.3.tar.gz"
7. Plug the usb into my usb hub, attached to the stick (my hub is working fine)
8. boot the stick and use terminal to reboot in recovery
9. NOTHING - kernel panic
I already downloaded the rootfs and kernel twice, to be sure they were correctly downloaded. Any clue?
Edited by SV_25, 14 January 2013 - 02:59 PM.