We've got a number of discount vouchers for these, ready to give away
to any deserving folks. Normal price is USD 149, but the voucher saves
USD 50. See
for more details about the hardware. We're looking to purchase a
number of these for buildds for the Debian armhf port, and they look
like a reasonable cheap dev board for a variety of purposes.
If you'd like a voucher, mail me. Be aware: these have a limited life
and expire at the *end of August*.
Steve McIntyre steve.mcintyre(a)linaro.org
<http://www.linaro.org/> Linaro.org | Open source software for ARM SoCs
I've put everything needed for building Java at
This includes new gcc RPMs, OpenJDK itself, and a bunch of
miscellaneous build dependencies. It requires glibc-2.13.90-9.1,
which is available at ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/armv7hl
libffi may be problematical because there is a soname bump.
The build dependencies for Java packages are very complex and very
circular. In order to get any further (i.e. building Eclipse) I'll need
a yum repo that's stuffed with all the .noarch Java RPMs.
Hello arm fedora list.
I am david gates.
I want to experiment with an fedora based system, to use the sheeva plug
as a cloud. I like the Amahi setup, but one application I need to use
only works perfectly with linux kernels below 2.6.24. I want to connect
external drives by the Ximeta ndas protocol. Their linux patches are
slightly botched at this time, so it can only connect one drive at a time.
I have the beginning of my idea working well on a virtual computer
running fedora 8.
Today I saw that there was arm experiments of fedora since around fedora 6.
So I am curious if there were ever fedora 8 running on the sheevaplug
with the marvell arm processor. The exisiting wiki only presents
downloads from around Fedora 10 though there is a link to downloads for
Thank you very much for any advice.
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06.08.2011, 01:48, "intersolar-direct" <intersolar-direct(a)yandex.ru>:
You can download kernel sources for Toshiba AC100 here http://gitorious.org/~marvin24/ac100/marvin24s-kernel
now .38 is last kernel
06.08.2011, 00:26, "Gordan Bobic" <gordan(a)bobich.net>:
> Hmm, I've had a look around on the link you provided but I can't find
> the kernel sources anywhere. Can you post a link to the sources and/or
> patches that make it work on the AC100?
> On 05/11/2011 06:54 PM, intersolar-direct wrote:
>> Sorry for delay. We have new, stable kernel 184.108.40.206
>> Input devices works correctly, work Wireless & 3G & more stuff. Its
>> build w/o sound & uncorrectly sleep (suspend).
>> About Fedora on Toshiba AC100. We have launch new kernel 2.6.37 w.
>> Fedora ARM13
>> This guide for install Fedora ARM on Toshiba AC100 2.6.37
>> if we change one string, we install Fedora onToshiba AC100 well:
>> This string:
>> wget http://ac100.gudinna.com/tegra-rootfs.tgz
>> tar xvf tegra-rootfs.tgz --numeric-owner -C /mnt/mmc tar xvf
>> tegra-rootfs.tgz - numeric-owner-C / mnt / mmc
>> need change to:
>> wget http://ausil.us/smartbook/smartbook-rootfs-f13.tar.bz2
>> tar xvf smartbook-rootfs-f13.tar.bz2 --numeric-owner -C /mnt/mmc tar xvf
>> smartbook-rootfs-f13.tar.bz2 - numeric-owner-C / mnt / mmc
>> We use Fedora rootfs from Genesi Smartbook. But we have little problem -
>> FSTAB seeking rootfs in different place - mmcblk1p2
>> Where need to change for FSTAB seeking rootfs in right place - mmcblk0p1 ?
>> 2. Two testing - new rootFS from this
>> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/ARM/F13-ARM-Beta2 (little hint)
>> If we use new rootfs from this -
>> from 11-May-2011 10:52 116M - all working, but only comand prompt (NO
>> GUI). Its requered this comand (for working wireless internet):
>> apt-get install wpasupplicant
>> apt-get install aptitude
>> modprobe rt2800usb
>> wpa_passphrase ssid password > /etc/wpa_supplicant/ssid.conf
>> wpa_supplicant -c /etc/wpa_supplicant/ssid.conf -i wlan0 -D wext
>> after that (download & start GNOME)
>> apt-get install gnome
>> apt-get install xorg
>> Good luck
>> arm mailing list
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A status update on F-14 on armv5tel because I've been somewhat quiet of late....
I believe we're going reasonably well although its not running as fast
as I would like.
We're nearing the end of the build-previous run. From there in the
next couple of days I should be able to switch over to running
koji-shadow and we'll move forward again.
I have a number of problematic packages that I would like some help
with. gcc/glibc/libffi/java/perl/python/binutils come to mind. In some
cases I have work arounds or patches in that are less than ideal so I
would love someone with more of a clue than myself to help out if
possible. I'll post a reply to this mail with more details of exact
packages over the weekend so people can help out and hack on it all.
We have enough of F-14 built that OLPC has moved over to F-14 for
builds on ARM on the XO and we're seeing some decent speed
improvements over F-13 on the same devices :-)
I plan to get out a new updated alpha minimal rootfs next week
sometime (I currently don't have broadband or I'd do it this weekend)
and I plan on adding a smartbook image to that as well to assist in
I'm still calling it alpha as we're still not signing packages. That
should hopefully be sorted before long.
I'm seeing a weird problem on my ARM laptop - keymap settings aren't
surviving a reboot. Once I fire up system-config-keyboard (GUI version)
and set it (it seems to remember the correct map, just have to hit OK),
the mappings are correct. After a reboot, it's defaulted to the US map
again (I have UK keyboard).
I have tried symlinking defkeymap.map.gz -> uk.map.gz in
/lib/kbd/keymaps/i386/qwerty, and that didn't help. My
/etc/sysconfig/keyboard seems to be correct:
Where else should I be looking?