On Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 12:12 AM, Robert Moskowitz <rgm(a)htt-consult.com> wrote:
The Cubietruck has WiFi and Bluetooth. But the F19 uboot does not
uboot doesn't handle dealing with radios. It's something you need to
handle in the OS layer.
How can I turn off the radio, so I don't have to watch those
Well it would depend on the kernel and I have no idea what kernel
The general means of managing radios on Linux is called rfkill, In
Fedora that's handled my NetworkManager. Similarly there's a means of
dealing with leds.
I am using the F19 uboot partition with my Redsleeve OS. Works well
Even when we start in on Centos 7 for arm, I suspect I will still be using
the F19 uboot...
This isn't a forum for Redsleeve support. You need to ask them. It's
dependent on kernel and other support.