On Thu, Jul 9, 2015 at 10:54 PM, Troy Dawson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I just wanted to report that F22 works very well on the PcDuino3 Nano. In
> fact, I installed the LXDE image, and this is the first time I've seen the
> graphical startup screen.
Thanks for the report, it's nice to hear success stories :)
> There are a few things to note.
> 1 - The graphics were at the lowest res and couldn't get any higher. (Was
> expecting this)
Sadly we have no idea when this situation might improve due to the
MALI chipset still currently being closed.
> 2 - I haven't tested the SATA yet (need to get the cables)
> 3 - I am using the pcduino uboot and kernel
Looking at 4.2 and u-boot 2015.07 we have both u-boot support
(Linksprite_pcDuino3_Nano) and DT (sun7i-a20-pcduino3-nano.dtb) for
it. Not sure how much is there but it should be on a par with the rest
of the A20 support.
> So, not 100%, but I'm not expecting that until it's patch hits the
> mainstream kernel. (Hoping 4.3)
There's at least some in 4.2 I'd be interested in hearing how you get
on with a vanilla F-23 image if you're feeling brave.
Thanks for the feedback.
> Thank you to everyone who helped F22 work so well.
> Troy Dawson
> p.s. I'm planning on trying out the rawhide uboot, I'm very excited about
> the 2015.07 uboot. Hopefully will have some time this weekend.
> p.p.s. Until the pcduino3 patch makes it in the kernel, here is how to
> install fedora on one
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