You have graphics working, but kernel 3.0.35!
Does that kernel have all the filesystem capabilities to make Fedora happy?
Extended attr's, ACLs, selinux, cgroups, etc....
Does anybody know what it would take to get frame buffer support in
3.11 or 3.12?
Maybe we just enable Stephen Warren's simple framebuffer driver? (aka
On Sun, Sep 8, 2013 at 10:34 PM, Dennis Gilmore <dennis(a)ausil.us> wrote:
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Steven Falco <stevenfalco(a)gmail.com> escribió:
> On 09/08/2013 05:59 PM, Steven Falco 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...
> Arrrg - looks like you have to go to
Apparently, Optonline gets
> confused without the full file name.
> Or, just go to http://www.sfalco.us
and click the fedora link at the
> bottom of the page.
Fedora 20 kernel is working just fine, however there is currently no
framebuffer support. we have u-boot built for all the wandboards in
Fedora 19 and 20. but good to see some people running fedora on their
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