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Testing armhfp devices

Tuesday , 15, May 2018

7.5.1804 is a big one. For the first time, we have a release for armhfp completely lined up with x86_64, but that also means a lot of changes.
To make things a bit more complicated, the arm world is not exactly uniform, there are many vendors, chip manufacturers, chip versions and that makes testing an absolute mess.
This post is a call to share your experiences, tests and mainly, problems (it would be great if you also had the solutions, but that is rather optimistic). What we’d like is to know what device you use, which components work, which don’t and what you’ve done so far.
Here’s an example of what we’d like:

BananaPi M1: boots ok, with uboot from the rpm, ethernet works, SATA works.
BananaPi M3: has problems with the provided uboot, although it works ok with uboot version 2018.05 (this is actually true, and will be fixed shortly), ethernet not working (needs kernel 4.16+), multicore not working (needs kernel 4.18+), SATA untested.
BananaPi M2U: uboot works, but needs kernel 4.15+ to work

You can find us here, at the mailing list https://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/arm-dev, at #centos-arm on irc, or if you want to read a bit before asking, check https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/AltArch/armhfp.
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Pablo

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