This is because the kernel (which was taken from Angstrom release)
does not have all the configuration options Fedora needs.
Stuff like ACLs, xattrs, or whatever else.... stuff that relates to
It's probably best to update the Beaglebone black remix inside a
chroot from another system, or not at all. =(
We are working on getting the mainline kernel to boot BBB with all the
proper fedora configs merged, at which point I'll retire the remix.
(it's very poor of me to make available such a fragile remix in the first place)
On Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 7:47 AM, Steve Underwood <steveu(a)coppice.org> wrote:
When I do a yum update on an Beaglebone Black using your Fedora 19 image I
get the following issue:
error: unpacking of archive failed on file /usr/sbin/mtr: cpio: cap_set_file
when the mtr RPM updates. I get similar errors with the rsh and systemd
RPMS. Do you know if something in the way your kernel is built will prevent
cap_set_file from working?
On 08/26/2013 02:29 AM, Jon wrote:
> The root password is not set.
> The guest user should have sudo privileged enabled (member of the
> wheel group), so you should be able to perform your privileged tasks.
> Alternatively you may set the root password by mounting the rootfs
> from another computer (or from inside Angstrom), and manually alter
> You should know that I'm planning to retire the beaglebone black remix
> soon, once Fedora has a booting kernel the remix will become
> -Jon Disnard
> fas: parasense
> irc: masta
> On Sun, Aug 25, 2013 at 1:07 PM, Steve Underwood <steveu(a)coppice.org>
>> There is a Fedora 19 image for the Beaglebone Black at
, but I'm not sure how to use it. When
>> copied to an SD card it boots into the MATE desktop OK, as the user
>> However, root seems to have a password, which I can't find documented, so
>> can't much further than just doodling with things.
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