On Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 7:31 AM, Frans Meulenbroeks
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> With these I managed to boot FC21 successfully on
> - orange pi (A20, similar to banana pi)
We don't support that as yet.
> - pandaboard
> - beaglebone white
We support both of those.
> However, although according to the instructions the same MLO and
> are to be used for beaglebone black, it does not boot there, although the
> very same card works with beaglebone white.
You need to use beaglebone for all of them
> I have added a serial port to the BBB and captured the boot log.
> the end of this message.
> Anyone an idea what is wrong?
> While at it:
> According to
> beagleboard XM also works but there is no u-boot data in the image for XM.
> Suggestions for this?
The uboot you need to use for the xM is called beagle although YMMV
> And I noticed the u-boot dir also contains a u-boot for the Mele
> wanted to try that one the A2000 which is identical hw, but it did not work
> (and I do not have serial for the A2000)
> Anyone a suggestion.
You need a serial port, as for whether they're identical is not
something I know.
> I also noticed beagleboard being in the uboot folder but it was
> on the pages referred to above, Should this work?
> Lastly I noticed in the image a boot.scr and a boot.cmd file (slightly
> These seem to be some generic code to boot into a number of boards, but I
> could not find instructions how to use/invoke this. Is that going to be
> useful for me? How should I use it?
We have a generic kernel, if you have the appropriate DT and a uboot
that supports DT it's likely you can make them work.
> Thanks, Frans
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> ---- boot log from beaglebone black ----
You're booting from the eMMC and it doesn't support the generic distro
boot functionality. Hit the button to force it to boot from the mSD
card or wipe the first few kb of the eMMC.