Hi! While theoretically should be possible, i would like to hear some
confirmation that f33 can work on odroid N2 ...
Moreover, if it can work, all i have to do is to write the image on
eMMC, isn't it?
Disclaimer: it's my first time playing in arm world, so many things are
strange to me..
Thanks a lot!!
Hey folks! Just a heads up that I merged a branch I've had lying around
for weeks that enables *some* of the openQA desktop tests on the
aarch64 Workstation image.
I left out some with known issues. desktop_notifications_postinstall
needs to boot to runlevel 3, which is actually a bit tricky because of
UEFI - we don't get the boot menu with a usable timeout and the trick
we use to work around that on x86_64 (where we run the tests on BIOS)
doesn't work on UEFI because the setting is in the UEFI vars which are
not part of the main disk image.
To fix this I think I need to have the 'image deploy' test upload its
UEFI vars disk image and have the desktop_notifications_postinstall
test attach that as well as the main disk image, but I need to look
into the ins and outs of that a bit and this is my last work day of the
year, so I'll do it next year.
The desktop_login test is generally fragile (things tending to get
stuck or time out), but if it gets that far, it *always* fails when it
tests locking the screen; on aarch64 this seems to cause the VM to
permanently stop updating the display, or something. Again I haven't
had time to look into this, and I want to enable the other tests
without waiting for it.
The desktop_browser test is also failing, but I left that in because
it's not a test bug, it's a distro bug. Firefox builds have just been
disabled on aarch64 since 2020-11-20, so current composes don't have
Firefox in them on aarch64 at all. There's a bug related to this:
which I just gave a bit of a bump, because it shouldn't really be
acceptable to just turn off our default browser's build on one of our
primary arches for weeks at a time :(
This also breaks several of the other tests which use Firefox, like the
Cockpit and FreeIPA browser tests.
The tests should run on openQA prod from the next compose. The branch
has been deployed on openQA lab (staging) for weeks (including the
broken tests), so you can see how it's been behaving there.
IRC: adamw | Twitter: adamw_ha
I was recently gifted a new Nvidia Jetson Nano in order to troubleshoot
some aarch64 specific build problems as the test instances have not made it
back online since the infra move.
I used the following as a guide to update the firmware and install various
I've run into a few problems:
1. Non-GUI flavors don't "boot". I never get a console. I thought something
was wrong with the computer.
2. After giving up and trying the Fedora Workstation image I get the
Welcome to Fedora 33! screen but none of my USB devices appear to work. I
have a Logitech unifying receiver and even tried a hardwired bog-standard
HP USB keyboard but nothing...
At this point I'm stuck.
I put it aside for a few months, but I picked up my attempt to get Fedora up
and running on a PI 3B.
I used arm-image-installer to install the F32 image I prepared:
--media=/dev/sdc --target=rpi3 --resizefs --norootpass
The PI boots up until the message, this is the last message that appears on
fb0: switching to vc4drmfb from EFI VGA
No more messages appear, no console login.
But there is apparently a new DHCP assignment on my network. However ssh-ing
to that IP address prompts for the root password, and it does not accept an
I suppose I could pull the SD card out, mount it, and copy over an ssh into
/root, but what exactly did --norootpass do, and what about not being able
to log in through the console? I didn't have a keyboard attached yet, I
would think I'd get at least a prompt.
I've found small information about running Fedora 29 on a NanoPC-T4,
nothing more up2date. It's possibel to install actual Fedora 33 on this SBC?
The NanoPC-T4 does fit all my request.
I can't compile IceCat on ARM-Rawhide branch (it's an issue related to
GCC-11?) because of this error:
function ‘poly64x1_t vcreate_p64(uint64_t)’:
error: ‘__builtin_neon_vcreatedi’ was not declared in this scope; did
you mean ‘__builtin_neon_vextdi’?
167:32.34 6534 | return (poly64x1_t)__builtin_neon_vcreatedi
I don't know if it's caused by a compiler flag (-mfpu=neon) conflicts.
GPG key: 0x29FBC85D7A51CC2F
GPG key server: https://keys.gnupg.net/
I have been testing F33 on Raspberry Pi 4 8GB and seems to be
booting fine, but it is still very unstable. I have been reading the Fedora
Meetbot meeting notes, and monitoring the Wiki for updates, but still
no updates on the Wiki since Oct of this year. On which Fedora version will
Raspberry PI 4 be officially supported? I think the last thing I read on
the Fedora Meetbot was kernal updates were holding it back. Any updates on
#fedora-meeting-2: Fedora ARM and AArch64 Status Meeting
Meeting started by pwhalen at 15:00:37 UTC. The full logs are available
* roll call (pwhalen, 15:00:38)
* 1) ==== Userspace Status ==== (pwhalen, 15:03:48)
* No new issues reported. (pwhalen, 15:06:01)
* 2) ==== Kernel Status ==== (pwhalen, 15:06:10)
* LINK: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1907945 is the
bug, and yes, I verified the same srpm for 5.10 does build in koji
against f33 (jforbes, 15:10:41)
* Issues building the latest 5.10 kernel with GCC11 -
* LINK: https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=57446012
is the scratch build I did yesterday for aarch64 on f33, if anyone
needs it (jforbes, 15:14:22)
* Please test and report any issues to the list or #fedora-arm.
* 3) ==== Bootloader Status ==== (pwhalen, 15:17:04)
* 4) ==== Fedora 34 ==== (pwhalen, 15:20:31)
* OpenQA Testing -
* 5) == Open Floor == (pwhalen, 15:26:37)
* Fedora ARM meetings to resume in 2021 - next meeting scheduled for
January 5th, 2021. (pwhalen, 15:29:11) (meeting date corrected)
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