On 12/24/15 07:37, Suvayu Ali wrote:
> >You "have a booting F23 system," do you have a
usable desktop display? I
> >have followed the jonarcher procedure several times but always wind up with
> >a nice XFCE desktop display but no keyboard or mouse control, it just does
> >nothing at that point. I have been trying each time I see something
> >encouraging written about it but without success and have pretty much given
> >up hope for the RPI2b and Fedora ...
I am using the minimal image, so no, I do not have a desktop. But I do
have a working keyboard and ethernet.
The minimal image was the first thing I
tried and that worked well enough so
then I a "more complete" install and
that's where my problems began ...
Did firstboot run for you? If
not, that would explain the issue for you.
Not sure about "first boot," it's been a
few months since I did anything with it,
a birthday gift last April. I even
forget if I lat put F22 or 23 on it but
it works fine until I enter startxfce or
whatever it wants, then as I said I get
a nice presentation but can't input
I'm having trouble getting wireless to work though. I know my adapter
works with the RPi since I have another RPi running OSMC using the same
adapter without issues. I tested the adapter with my laptop running
F22, that worked nicely. So I know it also works with Fedora x86_64.
However it fails to work on the RPi with Fedora ARM. I checked the
respective module is loaded 8192cu, although I do not see any rtlwifi.
Trying to load it with modprobe gives me a module not found error.
It seems to me, the fedora kernel is not running. Any ideas how I can
get it to run?
Doesn't that install procedure
substitute another kernel, from Pidora
I only used the ethernet connection to
my LAN. Don't usually use wireless.
There is an ARM list and it is quite
active, mostly the developer/testers.
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
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