On Thu, Jul 9, 2015 at 10:54 PM, Troy Dawson <tdawson(a)redhat.com> 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
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
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.
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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