On 31.05.2018 10:02, Roger Oberholtzer wrote:
The openSUSE info for the Beagle Board Black
To boot from µSD card, you must press boot select switch
button (near µSD slot) on power-on.
Otherwise, you will boot from internal eMMC.
Is this still the case? I am guessing that this is a board-related
thing. Is there no way to get the board to boot from the µSD card
In order to boot from uSD automatically, you have to ensure that there
is no bootloader at eMMC memory. This can be done using zeroing begin of
eMMC. Pressing the button just changes default probing order.
I do not have a card yet. I want to explore the ARM PRU (programmable
real-time unit). But booting from the µSD will be a requirement if we
chose to use this card.
In theory you also can deploy openSUSE image onto eMMC memory if you
manage to boot Linux from somewhere. But as far as I know nobody tried
It would be great if you could manage to bring PRU up. There are still
some missing parts.
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