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Yocto and U-Boot question
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I'm building a custom image for TB using Yocto. I'm using layers from github.com/rockchip-linux and kernel from github.com/TinkerBoard/debian_kernel (2.0.5 tag) and everything is good, including WiFi and 3D.

However, strange thing is that I'm also using u-boot from rockchip repo, but when I try using u-boot from github.com/TinkerBoard/debian_u-boot (2.0.5 tag), the board doesn't boot at all. So I wonder, why is that? And also, what's the difference, what's supposed not to work if I use u-boot from rockchip repo?
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(05-11-2018, 08:36 AM)pronvit Wrote: I'm building a custom image for TB using Yocto. I'm using layers from github.com/rockchip-linux and kernel from github.com/TinkerBoard/debian_kernel (2.0.5 tag) and everything is good, including WiFi and 3D.

However, strange thing is that I'm also using u-boot from rockchip repo, but when I try using u-boot from github.com/TinkerBoard/debian_u-boot (2.0.5 tag), the board doesn't boot at all. So I wonder, why is that? And also, what's the difference, what's supposed not to work if I use u-boot from rockchip repo?

Hi ,

Are you using tinker-rk3288_defconfig to build uboot ? 

Regards
-Ash Paraker
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