(this time with the correct list address... m)
On 11.12.20 14:15, Guillaume Gardet wrote:
I overlooked you tried this image on another board.
We should build a new image with a u-boot built with bananapi_m2_zero_defconfig.
I can prepare one if you want.
Thanks for the offer, but a pointer what I would need to change to do
this on my own would already be enough ;-)
I guess that branching openSUSE:Factory:ARM/u-boot, adding the config
and _multibuild, then using this in a new image branched from
openSUSE:Factory:ARM/JeOS is the way to go? Any other caveats to look
This would be a nice project for the upcoming locked down holidays ;-)
(I corrected the mailing list address, it looks like
opensuse-arm(a)opensuse.org gets mapped to the mailing list, but it does
not get sorted correctly on my side, then for whatever reason)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Guillaume Gardet <Guillaume.Gardet(a)arm.com>
> Sent: 11 December 2020 14:10
> To: Stefan Seyfried <stefan.seyfried(a)googlemail.com>om>; opensuse-
> Subject: RE: Newbie questions getting a not yet supported board going (bananapi
> m2 zero)
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Stefan Seyfried <stefan.seyfried(a)googlemail.com>
>> Sent: 11 December 2020 13:58
>> To: opensuse-arm(a)opensuse.org
>> Subject: Newbie questions getting a not yet supported board going
>> (bananapi m2
>> Hi all,
>> I recently got myself a bananapi m2 zero.
>> It works well with armbian.
>> Naive as I am, I tried to boot the
>> openSUSE-Tumbleweed-ARM-XFCE-sinovoipbpim2plus.armv7l.raw on it and of
>> course failed miserably :-)
>> Today, with a serial console attached I found out that u-boot did not
>> find the sdcard. OK, I just copied the u-boot from the armbian image
>> over (after finding out it is directly on the SD card unpartitioned
>> "header.." ;-)) and now it boots into GRUB and later even to a login
> the serial console.
> I would expect it to work, since config has CONFIG_MMC_SUNXI_SLOT_EXTRA=2
> to enable it.
> Could you share a bit more about this SD card failure, please?
>> But there is nothing on the display (I would not care) and, worse, no
>> ethernet / WiFi.
>> I guess I'd need a matching device tree file for the board (I also
>> needed to recompile it for armbian to use the USB OTG port as an USB
>> host port), but I failed at finding out where I could specify the dtb file to be
> used for booting.
>> Any hints on where to look for this?
> The dtb should installed as part of dtb-sun8i package.
> But we have a kernel failure with -lpae flavor, so there may be a mismatch
> between dtb and kernel.
> You may want to try kernel-default instead.
>> Stefan Seyfried
>> "For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over
>> public relations, for nature cannot be fooled." -- Richard Feynman
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