----- Original Message -----
I've tested on VM (x86_64) and RPI3 (aarch64)
I used images
Both machines booted up properly and ran me through firstboot to create my
I was able to login, and use sudo to become root.
On Wed, Nov 14, 2018 at 7:24 AM Paul Whalen <pwhalen(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Good morning all,
> Apologies, there was a miscommunication about the IoT meeting this week
> and we missed our allotted time in #fedora-meeting.
> We wanted to go over the list of blockers for Fedora 29 IoT and to check
> on testing results. The list currently includes:
> 1) initial-setup hangs during boot after IoT installation
I'm confused about this one because it looks like it's talking about
installing using the normal anaconda installation method.
If this is going to be a supported way of installing, then we need to
list it as such.
Yes, this is happening when using the ISO and anaconda. It should be listed
as a supported installation method, if not we should correct the documentation.
But, it booted up for me and didn't get hung on firstboot. So to
this looks good.
> 2) WARNING at drivers/mmc/bcm2835_sdhost.c:408/bcm2835_send_command()!
I was not getting the BCM stuff during my bootup. Just incase I was
missing it I looked with the command
journalctl | grep BCM
I was getting some BCM messages, but that was for bluetooth
Perhaps it's fixed, but I wasn't seeing the problem to begin with.
Seems to only happen with some media. Samsung EVO 16G cards are fine for me,
but using brands like Adata or Silcon & Power fail. Perhaps we recommend
only using certain media?
> 3) ttyAMA ttyAMA0: tty_open: tty->count(2) != (#fd's(1) + #kopen's(0))
Similar to above.
It might be fixed, but I wasn't able to see the problem in the first place.
This was fixed by removing all consoles from the kernel args. Oddly, in the
most recent images we still have 'console=tty0' which causes all output to
go to the display and none on serial console (at least on the rpi). The
original issue is fixed, but I included it to keep track of the new console
issue, apologies for the confusion.
> 4) The 35network-legacy is still used even if network-scripts isn't
> installed in Fedora 29
I didn't understand what I was supposed to check with this one.
Boot fails when no wired network is available.
Thanks for testing!
> > It would be great to get some feedback on the most recent composes and any
> > new issues encountered or anything else we may have missed.
> I haven't gotten beyond "Initial Setup Service"
> But thus far, it's been looking good for my two test platforms.
> > Thanks,
> > Paul
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > > Dear all,
> > >
> > > You are kindly invited to the meeting:
> > > IoT Working Group weekly meeting on 2018-11-14 from 14:00:00 to
> > > 15:00:00
> > > UTC
> > > At fedora-meeting(a)irc.freenode.net
> > >
> > > The meeting will be about:
> > > Fedora IoT weekly status meeting.
> > >
> > > More information available at:
> > > [https://pagure.io/fedora-iot/](https://pagure.io/fedora-iot/)
> > >
> > >
> > > Source: https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/meeting/9245/
> > >
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