On Sun, May 30, 2021 at 11:38 AM Peter Boy <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm still doing various test for my Fedora Server documentation about usage of SBC  and a scheduled Fedora Magazine article about Fedora Server and Arm SBC.
> After some difficulties regarding Odroid and Banana Pi I now got hold of an Radxa Rock Pi 4 to explore and test an alternative hardware to Raspberry Pi 4
> During first start, after the grub menu was displayed the monitor lost connection and showed nothing. But the device bootet correctly and I had access over network. After an update the monitor worked correctly anything else I tried was fine.
> When I connected a NVMe SSD it didn't boot anymore. I had to re-flash the SD card and start over. It worked than but didn't show the NVMe.
> When I tried an Ubuntu image as delivered by Radxa the NMMe worked fine (with the Radxa provided uboot). So the hardware setup is OK. I tried Armbian (using mainline uboot as it states) and it worked fine with NVMe.
> Is there a way to access NVMe in Fedora?
> And if it is, is there a way to flash the SPI with fedora so I can boot from NVMe? There seems to be some provision for this, but I can't figure out the details.
Does it have SPI flash? Looking at the specs  there's no mention of
it, and in the photos on that page some have the SPI populated, others
have it missing.
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