Discussion in 'Linux Ubuntu' started by Francesco, Nov 9, 2015.
have you checked the SHA-1 after downloading?
Yes, checks OK. Tried both sources and 2 different SD cards. Next will try a different computer.
Hi Sirrab, then how has it gone with mirror EU? Do you manage to boot?
Can't boot new image. SHA-1 is good.
No complete boot yet.
Can anyone else confirm this problem?
Hello. I downloaded the image from the EU mirror. I wrote it to the SDcard, and my system (Quad) boots perfectly. I'll be testing a boot from SATA this AM.
can you exclude problems with your board? I mean, can your UDOO boot with other operating systems? How did you unpack the image? I guess you all followed the guide, did you?
- udoo quad
- 8gig SD cards
- sha-1 on zip is correct
- loaded image for "UDOObuntu 2 RC1 for UDOO QUAD/DUAL" on 2 SD cards -> NO BOOT!
- loaded image for 12.04 (dec 2015) on same SD cards -> GOOD BOOT!
- tried several attemps.
- Hardware is an early production quad udoo.
My Quad booted and worked with other versions of OS's. The last 2 betas do not work for me. I used the command sudo dd bs=1M if=***.img of=/dev/sde. It would be nice if you tell everyone which versions of instructions one should use. Just recently I found out, anything from elinux web site is not to be used.
I also experience no GUI at bootup but I can see from USB ssh terminal that the system it's actually booting just fine. I'm linkin a pastebin of my kernel messages, wish it might help.
Same problem, no boot up for UDOObuntu 2 RC1. sha-1 on zip is correct. Downloaded from mirror EU also same. Please Help. Thanks.
Nothing on 7" LVDS display on Udoo Quad. I think the problem is the backlight at least because display stays black.
Guys, would you mind retry Beta 2?
I say this to exclude hardware problems. We don't experience this issue, so we'd like to investigate if this is caused by the kernel shift from 3.14.28 to 3.14.56.
With the image from sourceforge I could boot without any problem.
I have tried with 2 different SDcards and it worked perfectly with both.
Was you able to boot from Sata? I spent a several time in the last weekend but I could get only a lot of kernel panic...
SATA boot is not (yet) supported in UDOObuntu 2 RC1.
udoobuntu-quad-desktop_201509101701.img works with 7" LVDS.
No problem with Beta 2
No luck - and I now see SATA booting is not supported in RC1 yet...For me it's a bit of a showstopper, but I'll work around it for now.
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