On Fri, Aug 21, 2015 at 1:21 PM, <dbatzle(a)dcbcyber.com> wrote:
Thank you for the head start.
Yes, I suspected I would find the problem in panda.c. I was planning
to do a
diff of that file between the versions and see if anything jumped out at me.
I looked at that and didn't see any obvious change, the setting of the
variants is wrapped in ifdef statements so it might be somewhere else.
Would love help fixing it, I've just not had the time needed.
I should be able to get it sorted this weekend. I'll let you know
Excellent, also happy to help herd fixes upstream too
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [fedora-arm] Source, patches, config for u-boot
From: Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com>
Date: Fri, August 21, 2015 1:58 am
On Fri, Aug 21, 2015 at 3:26 AM, <dbatzle(a)dcbcyber.com> wrote:
> I was wondering if I could get the source and configuration files that are
> used to build u-boot for Fedora on ARM.
It's all in the Fedora package repository for uboot-tools.
"fedpkg clone uboot-tools; cd uboot-tools; fedpkg prep" will get you a
fully patched tree.
> I have a Pandaboard ES. Fedora 21 runs fine on it. Fedora 22 will not boot
> out of the box. U-boot loads omap4-panda.dtb instead of
> If I rename the es dtb file the kernel still hangs, it just runs longer
> before it hangs.
Yes, it's a problem even with vanilla upstream. I see it on my
Panda-ES too but just ran out of time to get to the bottom of the
problem with it. I did report it upstream  but never got a response
but I suspect there's some issue in the board/ti/panda/panda.c which
might not be setting up the board specifics
You can interrupt the boot and run the command "setenv fdtfile
omap4-panda-es.dtb" and then just run "boot" and it'll have the
correct .dtb set and it might get you further and might help you
> I have successfully booted 22 by using u-boot 2014.10 from Fedora 21.
> I have u-boot source from git.denx.de and have applied patches from rcn-ee
> but the resulting u-boot does not work on the Fedora /boot image.
> I suppose I could wait for Fedora 23 but I would like to dig into this a
You could test the 2015.04 rc1 in F-24 on F-22 and see if it's fixed
it, I've been traveling and not had time to look at it closer.
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