Thursday, September 15, 2016

[fedora-arm] Re: F23 aarch64 support for HiKey and Dragonboard?

On 09/15/2016 06:00 PM, Peter Robinson wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 6:00 PM, Ziqian SUN(zsun)
> <> wrote:
>> Sorry for reply on ancient mail.
>> I see that neither HiKey nor DragonBoard is marked in the wiki[1]. So I want
>> to know what's the support status of Hikey Board?
> HiKey with the uEFI firmware should boot fine with 4.7/4.8 kernels,
> although due to the weird partitioning needed to deal with firmware
> you're probably better off running it on a mSD/USB stick. Dragonboard
> has support enabled in the kernel but I've had little feedback on it,
> and it also needs firmware we can't (yet?) redistribute.
>> And I see usually we ship ISO for aarch64, while Hikey and Dragon Board
>> usually needs a img. So if supported, any hints on how I can install it on
>> my Hikey (or even, how can I convert the ISO to a img file)?
> Disk images are being worked on. I'm getting there on them but they're
> one of MANY things on my ToDo list and vying for my time.
Thanks Peter.
Now I'm trying to install to a img using qemu. Later I will update the
kernel and try to dd it onto a mSD to see if it works on Hikey Board
(without the UART board). If it worked, I'll update to the list.

Ziqian SUN
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