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Wiki correction / HCL:Radxa Zero

Added by tomasstejskal@hotmail.com 5 months ago. Updated 2 months ago.

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Rejected
Priority:
Normal
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Target version:
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Start date:
2022-07-14
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Hello Team

Following your guide @ https://en.opensuse.org/HCL:Radxa_Zero#Write_U-Boot_Image_2 I've found misleading info regarding "Writing a disk image to the eMMC"

Please correct chapter/section "Write U-Boot Image", specifically, u-boot.bin.sd.bin should be used instead of u-boot.bin.sd.bin. This section seems to be fully copied from previous one, when you suppose to use SD card.

Thx.
Tomas

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#1 Updated by pjessen 5 months ago

  • Private changed from Yes to No

Hi Tomas,
thanks for reporting this, but we are not really the right place. We only maintain the infrastructure, we don't maintain the content.
I would suggest you talk to "avicenzi" who wrote all of that page, only about two weeks ago. (see the history).

#2 Updated by pjessen 5 months ago

Hmm, I was going to assign this to avicenzi, but he's not on the list of possible assignees??

#3 Updated by avicenzi 5 months ago

u-boot.bin.sd.bin should be used instead of u-boot.bin.sd.bin.

This does not make sense.

The official docs says:

u-boot.bin.sd.bin: mainline U-Boot bootloader for eMMC/microSD boot.

To properly flash the eMMC you need to put the board in maskrom mode, see https://wiki.radxa.com/Zero/dev/maskrom

There's no difference between eMMC and SD boot, both should be flashed the same way.

The wiki is open, any user can edit it, if something is misleading feel free to fix it, or report exactly what problem you are facing and I can try to reproduce on my side.

#4 Updated by avicenzi 3 months ago

  • Status changed from New to Rejected

#5 Updated by pjessen 2 months ago

avicenzi, when you reject something, people tend to get upset. Please add a courteous explanation - in the case of the wiki, it is always possible to invite people to contribute themselves, in a polite way.

#6 Updated by pjessen 2 months ago

pjessen wrote:

avicenzi, when you reject something, people tend to get upset. Please add a courteous explanation - in the case of the wiki, it is always possible to invite people to contribute themselves, in a polite way.

Sorry, I did not see that you had already done all that. Mea culpa.

#7 Updated by avicenzi 2 months ago

pjessen wrote:

pjessen wrote:

avicenzi, when you reject something, people tend to get upset. Please add a courteous explanation - in the case of the wiki, it is always possible to invite people to contribute themselves, in a polite way.

Sorry, I did not see that you had already done all that. Mea culpa.

No problem.

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