I have several 32 bit arm machines running fedora 35. I update them via dnf
on an almost daily basis.
Yesterday afternoon I had a brief power failure and now none of them will
boot or boot into an unusable state. At first I suspected the power blip
was the culprit but now I am not so sure. I am getting similar behavior on
all of them.
Here is a capture of my wandboard quad :
The first thing that I see that looks bad is about 26 seconds in :
[ 26.070965] systemd-journald: Received SIGTERM from PID 1 (systemd).
But maybe that is a red herring. Things do go south from there.
Similar issues on a lime2 and a ras pi running 32 bit code.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I tried searching the arm archives but every time I searched for "galaxy
tab", I would get a few results on the screen, then my disk would thrash
and eventually I would get a Brave error that there was failure with the
page display . . not sure what is going on . . anyway . .
Is the answer to my Subject Q positive? I have an old GT3 and it is
deadly slow and unusable, I thought it might be interesting to get F
running on it as an exercise . .
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I'm working very often with my Pinebook Pro. Due the work I've a few
- USB-C port on the left, display output for external monitor didn't work
Is there a need to update firmware to flash ? Size of files are changed
Howto from Peter:
=> ls mmc 1:1
-rw-r--r--. 1 root root 170708 15. Nov 20:28 idbloader.img
-rw-r--r--. 1 root root 344064 15. Nov 20:28 idbloader.spi
-rw-r--r--. 1 root root 988072 15. Nov 20:28 u-boot.itb
-rw-r--r--. 1 root root 9343912 15. Nov 20:28 u-boot-rockchip.bin
Content of window ist missing, windows has to resize to show content,
older X11 works fine.
- internal Speaker didn't work, not important for me as I'm using a
All tested with up2date Fedora 35
The fan on my Rockpro64 does not work with fedora 34 installed. The
file /sys/class/hwmon/hwmon1/pwm1 has the value 255. All the solution I
have found were for Debian/Ubuntu and require installing firmware.
I'm trying to get Fedora 35 (Server and IoT) working on the NanoPI R2S. It looks like it is in Uboot tools but the board isn't listed as a supported board in arm-image-installer. I added my own board file since it is just a Rockchip SOC. I've add good results doing that with its big brother, the NanoPI R4S. I just ordered a serial cable to see if I can debug this, but I wanted to just see if anyone has had any luck with this board.