> On 05/29/2014 09:20 PM, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
>> Well I got my first Cubieboard. A C2. It is booting Android, but so far
>> I can't get ethernet working; it is reporting 'disconnected'.
>> But I want to be able to boot either Android or Fedora. I am told that
>> the boot process checks for rootfs on an SD card and if it finds it, boots
>> that, if not it boots what is in NAND.
>> So I am trying to find the tutorial for installing Fedora (and I
>> naturally want F20). I get it that to do an update I will need a '--exclude
>> kernel*' option.
>> So I am looking for the tutorial. I have found:
that points me to:
>> But no response to this page. So can someone point me in the right
Thanks I will let you know how the build goes. Can I run yum update with
this, or do I have to exclude kernel* ??
If your using the mainline rawhide image you can update the kernel as
per normal. You just have you use the uboot referenced at the link
I need to get Fedora up and running, as the builtin Android is
ethernet is disconnected and I don't know how to trouble shoot on Android,
but I sure now how to on Fedora (I started on Fedora with 8, but Centos,
well I switched to it when Whitehat folded). I was starting to build the
F19, as at least that would give me something Fedora to work with.
Finally do you have a uboot for rawhide on the Cubieboard2?
Use the uboot referenced above and then use mainline rawhide.