On Tue 21 Sep 2021 at 04:31, David Walker <David@walkerstreet.info> wrote:
As I mentioned in my previous note, I've been trying to get NETCONSOLE
configured on my RPI 4B to collect debug logs while booting. The RPI 4B
is, and I used "sudo nc -u -l 6666" to collect the output on (on the same subnet).

Usingrpi-eeprom-config on Tumbleweed and documentation at
https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/computers/raspberry-pi.html, I
tried a number of variations of:


The CLIENT_IP and SUBNET options are needed, as there's no DHCP server
on that subnet. I tried "TFTP_IP=", as the documentation
indicated that it was needed along with CLIENT_IP and SUBNET to skip
DHCP, but it didn't help. I also tried making NETCONSOLE's argument
string more explicit, but there's a 32-character limit, so I couldn't do
much there.

Has anyone gotten this to work who could provide some tips?



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