On Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 2:47 PM, Jon <jdisnard@gmail.com> wrote:
This is because the kernel (which was taken from Angstrom release)
does not have all the configuration options Fedora needs.

Stuff like ACLs, xattrs, or whatever else.... stuff that relates to
filesystem capabilities.

It's probably best to update the Beaglebone black remix inside a
chroot from another system, or not at all. =(

We are working on getting the mainline kernel to boot BBB with all the
proper fedora configs merged, at which point I'll retire the remix.

Which I'm secretly hoping will sort of be working by F-20 alpha. I'm been bashing away at AM33xx/OMAP issues in the 3.11 kernel for the last 3-4 days with very little headway but OMAP3 (Beagle xM) is at least now booting on 3.11 and I've had the BBone White booting but there's still issues with the MMC so there's been a little headway but we're not there yet.