On Tue, May 21, 2019 at 10:46 AM Mostafa Faridi
I installed Fedora 30 Server on Raspberry 3.
after I plug the power cord. Fedora starts to boot after sometimes I see this message
lan78xx_eth waiting for PHY auto negotiation to complete
and boot process stop.
I must press Ctrl+C on a keyboard and after that Fedora server continues it booting.
when fedora boot reaches to something like grub, I must press Enter again to boot process
You shouldn't have to hit any keys or do anything if you wait for the time out.
I want to connect raspberry to hidden network and I need MAC address
of Wlan0, when I type
I see mac address of Wlan0, and I add my mac to my router for mac filter, but after
sometimes when I run
again I see different mac address for Wlan0 and I think every time mac address is changed
It is how odd why mac address of wlan0 change!!!
It's likely a security feature. If you use nmcli you should be able to
turn off the random MAC on scanning funationality
and I want to connect to a hidden network with mac filter on the
how I can solve this problem?
If you're using a command line the tool to use is nmcli, the docs are
good, "man nmcli" will likely give you enough details, else there's
the online docs.
I want to use this fedora server as a server for my network. I want
fedora boot without keyboard and monitor and fedora boot without problem.
I've tested across my dozen or so Raspberry Pis and have never had an
issue with it automatically booting. I suggest waiting a little, the
network time outs do vary depending on the local network
configurations but overall it generally just works fine.
I want to control my system over wifi network by SSH.
what I must do?
It's all very well documented in the Fedora docs:
I think Fedora server on Raspberry 3 has some bugs
There's no doubt there's bugs, some of what you mention above some
people would also see as features, it depends on the angle you look at