In my stupid vision I think that an ln -s can solve all.
Mi final target is to run Fedora on this sbc. This ticket resolves me
So a ln -s rock64 rock64-rk3328 inside
/usr/share/arm-image-installer/boards.d can be a solution.
Let me knows Your ideas and forgive me, I'm not familiar with spi.
Many thanks to all.
Il 06/07/20 17:14, Nigel Sollars ha scritto:
> Oh I totally agree there is no one size fits all, just a general
> awareness comment.
> On Mon, Jul 6, 2020 at 10:47 AM Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Just to be aware there are users that need to disable said spi flash
>>> for GPIO/SPIDEV uses so this would not be an option for them.
>> You can put more than one device on a SPI bus.
>> Also we can't possibly cater for every possible outcome so if those
>> individuals wish to assist in improving the situation they are very
>> welcome to come and engage and participate.
>>> On Mon, Jul 6, 2020 at 8:05 AM Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com>
>>>>> Hi all,
>>>>> Why Rock64 board has been removed from supported HW?
>>>>> The commit date is 2020-06-26,
>>>>> No more way to install Fedora on Rock64?
>>>> It didn't work previously, it was purely an incorrect line item in a
>>>> The way we'll be supporting the Rock64 is to write the U-Boot to the
>>>> onboard SPI flash and then there's no need to have specific support
>>>> for writing out firmware to disk in the arm-image-installer process.
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