Tuesday, March 3, 2020

[fedora-arm] Re: What is the latest arm64 image that people have successfully run on the RPi4?

On Tue, 3 Mar 2020, Steven A. Falco wrote:

> On 3/3/20 3:12 PM, Paul Whalen wrote:
>> Hi Steve,
>>> I just tried Fedora-Minimal-Rawhide-20200302.n.1.aarch64.raw.xz and it
>>> worked
>>> properly. However,
>>> Fedora-Workstation-Rawhide-20200302.n.1.aarch64.raw.xz
>>> has a problem, as shown by the attached session.log file. I let it run
>>> for
>>> a long period of time, and after 5 or 10 minutes it wound up at a dracut
>>> emergency prompt. Please note that this was a fresh install - the only
>>> thing I changed was to enable the console uart in config.txt so I could
>>> log
>>> the output.
>> We're a few weeks out from Fedora 32 Beta, so Rawhide is getting very
>> little
>> attention right now. Both of these are pre-release as well, so issues are
>> somewhat expected until GA.
>> The last nominated nightly was 20200225.n.0, I tested both Minimal and
>> Workstation images for AArch64 and they should boot as expected.
> Thanks Paul. I just tried Fedora-Workstation-32-20200225.n.0.aarch64.raw.xz
> on my RPi4 but it behaves the same as I previously reported. There is a 5
> minute pause after the eth0 link becomes ready and I then wind up in the
> dracut emergency shell.
> No matter - I have a running setup that started out as Rawhide-20200127. I
> was just trying a later version to see how it behaved. And I know it isn't
> ready for prime-time yet. I pasted the last few console message below for
> reference.

I saw this when I updated my rpi4 and tried booting with
I did a bit of debugging and it looked like dracut didn't load
the right modules to see the SD card.

Michael Young
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