I am not sure what is the right way to install Fedora on your board, but
usually in Fedora we use https://pagure.io/arm-image-installer
to write ARM images to disks, I can't find your board specifically,
which means it hasn't been supported yet, but there are "orangepi_zero,
orangepi_zero_plus, and orangepi_zero_plus2" options, which you can
choose of as a current solution.
On 4/27/22 01:00, fs 3000 wrote:
> Hello guys,
> I have a orange pi zero 2 board. With a h616 soc. I have tried dd'ing the .raw file in to microsd card with the Fedora 35 image, even some centos ones. Nothing happens, it doesn't boot. After dd'iong the main image file, i I even tried copying the u-boot file like the centos wiki shows, same result, nothing.
> dd if=/root/orangepi_zero2/u-boot-sunxi-with-spl.bin of=/dev/sdc bs=1024 seek=8 conv=fsync,notrunc
> Is there a way to make fedora or even centos working on this board? That would be great.
> Many thanks in advance for any pointers on this.
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