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Bug#812242: flash-kernel: SolidRun HummingBoard isn't supported

On 2016-01-21, Karsten Merker wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 21, 2016 at 09:55:00PM +0100, Johannes Berg wrote:
>> Machine: SolidRun HummingBoard Dual/Quad
>> Kernel-Flavors: armmp
>> DTB-Id: imx6q-hummingboard.dtb
>> Boot-Script-Path: /boot/boot.scr
>> U-Boot-Script-Name: bootscr.cubox-i
>> Required-Packages: u-boot-tools
>> One can use the Cubox-i instead, but then PCI-E won't work, and it'd
>> be necessary to create /etc/flash-kernel/machine.
> Hello,
> the flash-kernel machine database in stretch and sid already contains an
> entry for the SolidRun HummingBoard Dual/Quad:
> https://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/d-i/flash-kernel.git/commit/?id=e903f3d5d99b6795f59ab67be33dc79104e8096f
> The only difference to the one above is that is uses
>   U-Boot-Script-Name: bootscr.uboot-generic
> instead of
>   U-Boot-Script-Name: bootscr.cubox-i
> but according to Vagrant Cascadian (in CC) that should work.

I have a hummingboard-i1, hummingboard-i2ex and cubox-i4pro that all
worked with flash-kernel, kernel in debian, and u-boot in debian when I
tested them all, and I continue to use them regularly.

The generated bootscripts may not work correctly with u-boot that the
vendor supplies, however.

So you may need to update the u-boot version.

live well,

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