On Sat, Jul 7, 2018 at 10:49 PM, Dr. Zenzic <dr.zenzic(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Has anyone had any luck getting Fedora 28 to work on the Odroid C2?
I've had a number of reports it works just fine. I don't have a device
based on the same chipset to be able to confirm this though.
I've tried downloading the Fedora 28 Server aarch.raw.xz image
put onto my sd card. I then moved the Archlinux aarch64 boot parition
into boot along with the lib/modules and lib/firmware folders from
Archlinux. This has been to no avail. I'm working on building the
hardkernel kernel myself now but have never actually compiled a kernel
myself so I'm not sure what I fully need to get the Fedora rootfs to
boot with the kernel.
The Fedora kernel should work just fine so I have no idea why you
would even do anything you've attempted above.
If anyone has some guidance or a nice writeup on getting a bootable
kernel recognized by Fedora on the Odroid C2 that would be greatly
The only thing you should have to do is deal with the U-Boot side of
things, I believe that there's a need for a signed binary blob for the
early part of u-boot and you can use that in combination with the
Fedora build u-boot bit to boot the device but I've not got the exact
details. You shouldn't have to modify the kernel except possibly if
you want accelerated graphics but given you mention the Server image I
suspect that's not the case.