On Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 12:58 AM, Steven Falco <stevenfalco@gmail.com> wrote:
On 09/09/2013 05:14 PM, Peter Robinson wrote:
On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 10:59 PM, Steven Falco <stevenfalco@gmail.com <mailto:stevenfalco@gmail.com>> wrote:

    I've been able to boot Fedora 19 on my Wandboard quad.  It is very
    rough - I basically cross-compiled uboot and the Freescale 3.0.35
    kernel separately, and constructed an SD card image from that, plus
    the rootfs from Fedora-KDE-armhfp-19-1-sda.__raw.xz.

    I naturally had to edit the fstab to match the partitions I created
    on my SD card.

    Anyway, a few pictures are here: http://www.sfalco.us/fedora

    It's a start...

We have initial out of the box support for all of the WandBoard devices with F-20 alpha without having to do anything out of the ordinary. Support will only improve with the 3.12 kernel as there's a lot of improvements for i.MX6 landing in there.


I'm afraid I'm going to need a bit of a pointer here.  I downloaded
Fedora-Minimal-armhfp-20-Alpha-TC1-1-sda.raw.xz, uncompressed it,
and dd'ed it to an SD card.  I then dd'ed my U-Boot build for the
Wandboard Quad onto the SD card, beginning at offset 1k (where the
iMX6 bootrom expects it), and started the board running.

Why are you using your own custom uboot? We ship one for the wandboards which ensures it has all the needed bits to boot Fedora. The details of what to do with the uboot should be documented generally for F-19 omap devices and you should be able to sub in the WBQ where necessary.