1. Z

    FreeBSD BananaPi SDcard u-boot, sector alignment and stripesize - HowTo and DontKnowHowTo +Resume

    Hello BSDler, my first post here in the BSD area at all. Please be patient. O:‑) I used FreeBSD before in some virtual environments, compiled simple applications / driver. But not that much. Instead, I have several years of experience in linux. Just as a sideinfo about me. I want to use...
  2. S

    No USB on Orange Pi R1 Plus (RK3328)

    I followed felix's instructions on this post and now have a working FreeBSD 13-RELEASE-p3 (arm64) system on my Orange Pi R1 Plus with one of the ethernet ports functioning fine. However, the USB (2.0) ports are not working - neither the built in port, nor the ones on the add-on board that came...
  3. S

    Using/Booting FreeBSD on the Firefly RK-3399 SoC

    Hello, I have acquired a Firefly RK-3399 SoC ARM board. I see there is an official u-boot in the ports for this board, however I am unable to build the dtb from /usr/src/sys/gnu/dts/arm64/rockchip/rk3399-firefly.dts (using the dtc utility) (I'm using another machine right now, I'll edit in a...
  4. aragats

    Older version of a port?

    Is it possible to get an older version of a port? I'll explain why I need it. I built sysutils/u-boot-beaglebone and discovered an issue when I use it with BeagleBone Black. I checked the version: now it's u-boot-2019.04. However, the official FreeBSD 12.0 image for the BBB comes with...
  5. aragats

    U-boot, EFI and device tree

    FreeBSD 12 for ARM comes with EFI/BOOT/bootarm.efi on FAT partition. It works fine with the main line u-boot, which is great. However, it's very critical to FDT (.dtb*) files, if doesn't like it, it gets stuck atKernel entry at 0x... .... relocation_offset 0We have device tree sources (.dts...
  6. Bazzz

    Raspberry Pi B FreeBSD 11.2 does not boot with USB pendrive inserted

    I am trying to install FreeBSD on a Raspberry Pi B (not 2 or 3, the old one). I prepared an SD card with the FreeBSD 11.2 image from download.freebsd.org/ftp/snapshots/arm/armv6/ISO-IMAGES/ and booted the Pi with it. This seems to work fine. Then I added a USB pendrive, and used gpart to make a...
  7. ComradeSlice

    Solved Pandaboard ES Rev B3

    I have a Pandaboard ES Rev B3, using sysutils/u-boot-pandaboard. This is how I use u-boot on my board: dd if=MLO of=/dev/da3 count=1 seek=1 bs=128k conv=sync dd if=u-boot.img of=/dev/da3 count=2 seek=1 bs=384k conv=sync I know the standard way is to make a Fat32 partition but I have had the...