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This page contains some [[ Architectures/ARM/AArch64/Quickstart | Quickstart ]] instructions for getting up and running with an early engineering build of Fedora 19 on the Applied Micro "Mustang" development board. This Mustang build is based upon the Fedora 19 AArch64 bootstrap software builds, with the addition of a kernel and DeviceTree from the interim Applied Micro 1.08.12 engineering software release, packaged together into a single downloadable image for easy installation onto a hard disk or SSD. Applied Micro are currently working on upstreaming support into the mainline Linux kernel. In due course this image will be deprecated in favor of a standard Fedora build.
 
This page contains some [[ Architectures/ARM/AArch64/Quickstart | Quickstart ]] instructions for getting up and running with an early engineering build of Fedora 19 on the Applied Micro "Mustang" development board. This Mustang build is based upon the Fedora 19 AArch64 bootstrap software builds, with the addition of a kernel and DeviceTree from the interim Applied Micro 1.08.12 engineering software release, packaged together into a single downloadable image for easy installation onto a hard disk or SSD. Applied Micro are currently working on upstreaming support into the mainline Linux kernel. In due course this image will be deprecated in favor of a standard Fedora build.

Revision as of 23:29, 16 January 2014

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Applied Micro "Mustang" (X-C1) QuickStart Guide

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Note: An official release of Fedora is in preparation. That build has transitioned to an EFI-based boot and will shortly support ACPI for device enumeration. Consequently, the use of U-Boot and DeviceTree in this image should be considered transitory, deprecated, and due for replacement with the standardized ARM server boot architecture in the next release.

This page contains some Quickstart instructions for getting up and running with an early engineering build of Fedora 19 on the Applied Micro "Mustang" development board. This Mustang build is based upon the Fedora 19 AArch64 bootstrap software builds, with the addition of a kernel and DeviceTree from the interim Applied Micro 1.08.12 engineering software release, packaged together into a single downloadable image for easy installation onto a hard disk or SSD. Applied Micro are currently working on upstreaming support into the mainline Linux kernel. In due course this image will be deprecated in favor of a standard Fedora build.

Pre-requisites for downloading and installing the Mustang Build

Prior to downloading and installing the Mustang build, you will require access to the following equipment:

  • An existing Linux system, for example a laptop or desktop system
  • A USB hard disk enclosure, or a spare disk bay in a Linux system

Download the Mustang Build

The first step is to download the Mustang build. This can be found at the following location:

Extract the Mustang Build

Once you have downloaded the Mustang build, you will need to extract the archive file. Use the following command from a Linux system:

$ tar xvfJ apm_f19_v4.tar.xz

This will extract the following files:

apm_f19_v4.img.xz
config_jcm15
mustang_linux_src_1.08.12-beta_rc.tar.xz

The first file is a compressed disk image that will be written to the hard disk installed within the Mustang board case. The other two files contain the Linux kernel configuration and source (should you - optionally - wish to rebuild the kernel that ships within this image).

Extract the disk image:

$ xz -dk apm_f19_v4.img.xz

This will extract the following files:

apm_f19_v4.img

Copy the disk image to the Mustang board

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Warning: Be careful to choose the correct device name below since using the wrong device name could overwrite data on your Linux system instead of the removable disk drive.

The Mustang board ships in a case containing a 500GB hard disk. Carefully remove this disk drive from the case. Then install it into either a removable USB enclosure, or into a spare disk bay within your Linux system. Linux should detect this drive and assign a name, such as "/dev/sdc". You can determine the name using the "dmesg" or (preferably) "lsblk" commands.

Copy the disk image onto the hard disk:

$ dd if=apm_f19_v4.img of=/dev/sdX bs=1M

Replace "/dev/sdX" with the name of the device, for example "/dev/sdc".

Once this operation has completed, ensure that the drive is ejected safely from your Linux system:

$ sync
$ eject /dev/sdX

Replace "/dev/sdX" with the name of the device, for example "/dev/sdX".