I have successfully installed and booted
Fedora-Xfce-armhfp-20-a10-1-sda.raw.xz from an SD card for a MK802ii
using the select-board.sh script but it uses kernel 3.4.75 and so I
don't get the modules I need for a DVB-T usb device.
If I install Fedora-Xfce-armhfp-20-20140407-sda.raw.xz which uses the
3.11.10 kernel and has the required modules, it does not have the
select-board script. The partitions _/ and _/boot are not recognised
and so the device boots from Nand not the SD card.
Is there a guide I can refer to for this installation?
That'll be very dependant on the exact application, and compiler. If you just want a very rough data point I guess you could benchmark a sha512sum loop on a large file on tmpfs generated from /dev/urandom. It's as meaningless a number as most, but a lot less meaningless than BogoMIPS - all that measures is how fast the CPU can idle, which in most cases nowdays is going to be the same as the CPU clock speed.
Robert Moskowitz <rgm(a)htt-consult.com> wrote:
>So now I have some approximation of F20 running on my cubieboard2. So I
>want to do a performance comparison, and simple BOGOmips from
>/proc/cpuinfo probably does not tell the whole story of RISC vs CISC.
>So is there a tool available for F20 on both that I can use?
>Want to see what I have here.
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