On Thu, Oct 9, 2014 at 5:11 AM, Adam Goode <adam(a)spicenitz.org> wrote:
Thanks. I got it working via an mSD card, then transferring over.
The one wrinkle is that I needed to edit a-b-c.d/19-config-adds to add 1:3
1:2 1:1 to u_devpart to get the thing booting. Maybe this is a worthwhile
change to make to a-b-c?
What Fedora and uboot release? With extlinux.conf support that
shouldn't matter I don't believe.
On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 6:30 AM, Peter Robinson
> Hi Adam,
> > The instructions for Fedora for BBB all suggest to install to an SD
> > card. Is
> > it possible to install to the eMMC and not need an SD card? Any ideas?
> There's two possible ways of doing this.
> The first is to use a SD card like the standard instructions to get a
> system running not off the eMMC but have a copy of the image on the sd
> card and basically repeat it over onto the MMC, remove the sd card and
> reboot. I've done that with the 2gb model but it's not ideal as you do
> need an initial mSD card.
> The second way, which is untested but on my list of to look at (I was
> actually investigating the uboot side of things over the weekend) is
> to use the USB DFU functionality of the usb-otg port. AFAICT all the
> bits are there on the uboot side, and there's dfu-util package but the
> documentation I've managed to find is, at best, poor and I've not had
> time to play and work out all the bits, like how to update the uboot