> Am 03.04.2023 um 10:18 schrieb Peter Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Mon, Apr 3, 2023 at 9:10 AM Peter Boy <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> Am 03.04.2023 um 09:53 schrieb Peter Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>>>>> Nothing. In most cases these days the utilities in uboot-tools are
>>>>> only needed for advanced use.
>>>> OK, but with the currently distributed version (branched 2023-03-31 / u-boot 2023.04-rc4) I still get the message
>>>>> Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0
>>>>> ## Error: "distro_bootcmd" not definded
>>>> if I remember correctly and didn't mess my notes and testing procedures.
>>>> Will that get fixed with / before F38 release?
>>> That is fixed with the rc5 build that's in updates-testing, you need
>>> to have uboot-images-armv8-2023.04-0.4.rc5.fc38, you're testing with
>> Well, I'm testing Fedora 38 release (beta / branched). Do you plan to get rc5 into the (initial) release media or will we start with a not-working arm installer in F38? Or what needs to be done to get in into the release media? Do we need testing? karma? …?
> I asked for karma and testing when I replied linking to the update in
> this thread.
> I've already stated that I intend it to go into stable, which was why
> I asked for testing. In fact we will ship with the GA release which is
> due out today or tomorrow, we will request a FE to ensure this lands
> (which we've done basically every release due to the upstream GA
> generally landing on freeze day).
Thanks. I'll use testing as soon as I get my box up and running again
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