On 24/08/12 08:44, Bamvor Jian Zhang wrote:
i have tried opensuse on allwinner a10(mele a1000) and put current staus to suse
i got xfce ruuning on my a1000 with the kernel and x11 driver compiled by myself.
u can got all the allwinner a10 material from http://rhombus-tech.net/allwinner_a10/
including u-boot, kernel and tools from github.
That certainly sounds interesting. Up to now I've only soldered a UART
connection and looked at what happens on boot. I tried using various
images from http://linux-sunxi.org/Main_Page
(going on the assumption
that the Gooseberry is, in fact the LY-F1 A721
). U-Boot manages to start the kernel
from the SD-Card but it quickly panics or goes into a crazy reboot loop.
I'm documenting my attempts here: http://is.gd/jw4uWV
From your Hackweek project page I could only discern that you have got
something working. Which image did you use - or did you compile your own
kernel? Which rootfs? If possible, I'd like to document it somewhere
(the wiki is probably the right place).
Farrell <cfarrell(a)suse.de> wrote:
Looks like somebody got Ubuntu working on
the Gooseberry. Details and an
apparently working image are here:
I'm currently downloading the image. The kernel is available here:
So I guess I could try to use an openSUSE rootfs with that for starters.
Ciaran Farrell, Attorney at Law
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