Well done. I've been pretty swamped and haven't had the chance to play with it.
I'll try to get it running this weekend.
>> Andreas Färber<afaerber(a)suse.de>
6/26/2014 1:44 PM >>>
Hi Sean et al.,
Yesterday I finally received my Parallella board and last night managed
to get Factory working on it. I roughly summarized my steps here:
- U-Boot is already on flash
- FAT partition with uImage, devicetree.dtb, parallella.bit.bin
- rootfs as usual
I'm hoping to get upstream kernel working, be it without HDMI, so
holding off packaging their kernel. If someone else wants to, go ahead.
P.S. If anyone in the US wants to buy one, their shop is about to reopen
for selling their remaining stock (I seemed among the last to receive a
pre-order). Afterwards it'll be available through distributors. The
Parallella seems the cheepest option currently to get your hands on a
Zynq SoC, beating the MicroZed.
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