> I'm running F-21 on two revisions of the Panda-ES without
> running one with a minimal install and one with XFCE.
> I've not seen any errors around thermal errors even when compiling
> things. Have you tried installing the kernel-tools package and running
> the tmon util? My devices sit at around 30 degrees at idle.
> The wlcore module error is a known issue. I black list them as I don't
> use wireless. The chip needs a userspace util called uim to put the
> chip into the right mode, also the patches to support DeviceTree
> haven't landed upstream. In general the WiLink wireless drivers aren't
> in a great state.
> I create a file called:
> And add the following two lines:
> blacklist wl12xx
> blacklist wlcore
> I can't help with the other error without more information. Overall
> with F-21 GA the Panda-ES does work relatively well in my experience.
> There's certainly some improvements to be made but it's generally very
> usable with XFCE or as a minimal install system.
Thank You fo reply, Peter!
I'have installed kernel-tools and banned wlcore. Than reboot before make new
Tmon indicates ~50C at Idle and goes 79 with little load. Based on previous
expiriance it can't survive full system update, without termal shutdown.
Here is my logs:
Last time I forgot to mention that mouse is working badly, but think that
this is not important now. I use XFCE edition of F21. Power adapter is 2250
mA and I think that is OK also.
Sorry for the late response on this one.
My Panda-ES sits at idle around 20C using tmon so the temp is kind of
strange. The Logitech Razor mouse is much higher precision so will
generate a lot more data. If it's still a problem you might want to
look at getting a heat sink to stick on the SoC.
BTW I'll have a fixed kernel for 3.18+ issues shortly.