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Bug#928910: marked as done (feature request: support odroid-hc1)

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regarding feature request: support odroid-hc1
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Package: flash-kernel
Version: 3.98

Would it be possible to support odroid-hc1 single board computers with flash-kernel?

Here is how I configure the board manually:

flash-kernel wouldn't need to deal with samsung firmware blobs, as those get installed once and are never touched again.
To update u-boot on an sd-card it only needs to: dd iflag=dsync oflag=dsync if=$uboot of=$device seek=63

Is any other info required for this?

Thanks, Andreas

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Version: 0.97

On 2019-05-12, Andreas Jellinghaus wrote:
> Would it be possible to support odroid-hc1 single board computers with
> flash-kernel?

It should already supported since 0.97; see

  Machine: Hardkernel Odroid HC1
  Kernel-Flavors: armmp armmp-lpae
  DTB-Id: exynos5422-odroidhc1.dtb
  Boot-Script-Path: /boot/boot.scr
  U-Boot-Script-Name: bootscr.uboot-generic
  Required-Packages: u-boot-tools

If you install and run "flash-kernel" what is the output?

Do you have a boot.scr that flash-kernel is refusing to overwrite?

Are you using a vendor kernel which reports itself as a different model

  $ cat /proc/device-tree/model ; echo

Which u-boot are you using? Are you using the default u-boot
environment, or did you use "saveenv" at some point?

live well,

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