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Plug the mSD card in and boot the board.
 
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Note, if you are running on mSD, each time you install a new kernel, you should re-generate initrmafs with the command below (given you justed installed 4.19.6-300.fc29.aarch64). Otherwise the system won't boot.
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== Dragonboard 410c==
 
== Dragonboard 410c==

Revision as of 12:18, 8 December 2018

96Boards specifies a standard for boards manufactured by various companies.

Hikeyboard (Hikey 620)

The HiKey board a 96Boards Consumer Edition based on HiSilicon Kirin 620 SoC.

Hikey Board is supported by Fedora aarch64. As of Fedora 29, you can install to mSD by the following command (assume your mSD is recognised as /dev/mmcblk0).

xzcat Fedora-Server-29-1.2.aarch64.raw.xz| sudo dd status=progress bs=4M of=/dev/mmcblk0

Then resize the last partition using gparted.

gparted /dev/mmcblk0

Plug the mSD card in and boot the board.

Note, if you are running on mSD, each time you install a new kernel, you should re-generate initrmafs with the command below (given you justed installed 4.19.6-300.fc29.aarch64). Otherwise the system won't boot.

dracut --kver 4.19.6-300.fc29.aarch64 --add-drivers hi6220_reset.ko --force

Dragonboard 410c

The Dragonboard 410c is a 96Boards Consumer Edition based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 410E processor.

You can take this blog as a reference for how to install Fedora on it.