Jacek Radzikowski <jacek.radzikowski@...> writes:
> Jacek Radzikowski <jacek.radzikowski <at> ...> writes:
>> Which image do you recommend? I checked
>> beaglexm-debian-8.3-console-2016-02-11-2gb.img, with similar result
>> >> Hello,
>> >> Following instructions from
>> >> http://elinux.org/BeagleBoardDebian#Debian_NetInstall I built an SD
>> >> card for Beagleboard rev C3. The build went smoothly, the board
>> >> to u-boot, but all activity ceases after the system attempts to load
>> >> ramdisk image.
>> >> The board is powered from an external 5V/2A power supply, and the
>> >> disk has been built using the following command:
>> >> sudo ./mk_mmc.sh --mmc /dev/sdh --dtb omap3-beagle --distro jessie
>> >> --serial-mode
>> >> Boot log from serial terminal in the attached file.
>> >> Is the original Beagleboard still supported by current debian builds?
>> > So, i'm pretty sure this is a u-boot bug...
>> > 2 week ago, i tried bisecting from v4.6.x to all my old releases down
>> > v3.14.x.. None booted..
>> > The bb-xm jessie image posted here, does work:
>> > http://beagleboard.org/latest-images
>> > Regards,
>> > --
>> > Robert Nelson
>> > https://rcn-ee.com/
> I am also having this exact same issue. Installed the 2016-02-11 image
> as suggested, got stopped at loading the ramdisk, just like you. Waited
> minutes before assuming nothing was going to happen.
> Then I tried the 2016-06-09 image from https://rcn-ee.com/rootfs/2016-06-
> 09/microsd/ (which I believe is Robert's personal website)
> Same thing, stuck at "Loading Ramdisk to 8f5da000, end 8ffff61c ..."
> ("8f6ac000, end 8ffff105" for the 2016-02-11 image)
> According to archive.org the 2016-02-11 was the first and only copy that
> Did Robert ever get back to you with a suggestion?
No. I'm assuming the original Beabgleboard is no longer actively supported.
I'm trying in the BeagleBoard IRC channel as well; was told that rcn knows
his stuff and has all the boards for testing on, so if he says it works then
it should work. If support is no longer active I'd be fine with that, just
someone tell me I'm wasting my time at least.
For lack of Debian I'd gladly just try and get Angstrom working again but
even that information seems to have disappeared; pages I know used to exist
with instructions are now gone, either 404 or replaced with "new"
instructions that aren't applicable. I can keep using my current install for
now, but it's only a matter of time until my SD card completely fails, and
then my BeagleBoard with be a BeagleBrick, not because it's broken but just
because the information required to get it running has been lost, and that
makes me sad.