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Creating a Fedora ARM distribution part 2: Bootstrapping

Creating a Fedora ARM distribution part 2: Bootstrapping

Posted Oct 22, 2011 11:13 UTC (Sat) by juliank (subscriber, #45896)
In reply to: Creating a Fedora ARM distribution part 2: Bootstrapping by jcm
Parent article: Creating a Fedora ARM distribution part 2: Bootstrapping

Be sure to not have other problems. For example, klibc stuff does not work completely on Tegra 2 hardware, thus causing init to die and the boot to fail; unless you patched it of course.


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Creating a Fedora ARM distribution part 2: Bootstrapping

Posted Oct 22, 2011 11:14 UTC (Sat) by juliank (subscriber, #45896) [Link]

That is, if you use klibc things for init. I don't know Fedora's initramfs.

Creating a Fedora ARM distribution part 2: Bootstrapping

Posted Oct 23, 2011 6:20 UTC (Sun) by jcm (subscriber, #18262) [Link]

Thanks for the comments. In this case everyone with an AC100 is using a nonstandard kernel still so the problem is actually that that kernel is intended for the various Google OSes and not LVM backed root on MTD :) It ought to work but will take some hotel room poking next week.


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