> On 05/30/2014 03:50 AM, Hans de Goede wrote:
>> On 05/29/2014 09:20 PM, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
>>> Well I got my first Cubieboard. A C2. It is booting Android, but so
>>> far I can't get ethernet working; it is reporting 'disconnected'.
>>> But I want to be able to boot either Android or Fedora. I am told
>>> that the boot process checks for rootfs on an SD card and if it
>>> finds it, boots that, if not it boots what is in NAND.
>>> So I am trying to find the tutorial for installing Fedora (and I
>>> naturally want F20). I get it that to do an update I will need a
>>> '--exclude kernel*' option.
>>> So I am looking for the tutorial. I have found:
>>> http://rwmj.wordpress.com/page/10/ that points me to:
>>> But no response to this page. So can someone point me in the right
> I did the install. Second time, actually. The first with the
> hdmi/vga/kvm/(1024x768) did not work because the 'done' button was off
> the screen and there is no keycombo for it.
> So I am now running direct hdmi into a monitor and got through the
> firstboot. Kind of. It did not reboot to resize the partition. And
> the display is stopped at a line saying something like
> systemd: [/usr/lib/systemd/system/rtkit-daemon.service:32] Unknown
> lvalue 'ControlGroup' in section 'Service'.
> It has been sitting on that for some time. So I got on my router and
> figured out the C2's IPaddr and was able to gain SSH access and su to
I did not notice that the ethernet cable got yanked and thought the ssh
session was hung and no pinging. So I pulled the power and did a hard
reset. This time it came up in graphics mode on the monitor and I am
logged in. But it looks like the partition did not get resize. 'df -h'
shows that / is 2.8G in size with 479M available.
So where do I go from here to get the full size of the sd card?
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