[Dev] Porting Tizen to a beaglebone black & booting issue.
myungjoo.ham at samsung.com
Fri Dec 15 03:54:05 UTC 2017
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>Sender : Hee-cheol Yang <heecheol.yang at outlook.com>
>Date : 2017-12-15 09:45 (GMT+9)
>Title : [Dev] Porting Tizen to a beaglebone black & booting issue.
>First of all, I’m sorry for this spam-like mail.
>I am currently porting Tizen3.0 to my Beaglebone black single-board computer, which is based on TI AM335x CPU.
>I used the prebuilt 'tizen-3.0-mobile_20171211.1_mobile-wayland-armv7l-tm2.tar.gz’ as my rootfs, and changed following kernel build options of the original linux kernel for the board:
> Enable SMACK and change set it as default
> Disable DNOTIFY
>When I booted this image, as you may expect, it doesn’t work with following booting log.
>Please can anyone give me some advices to get next stpes?
There were some complaints that my previous message was not readable in some clients; so I'm reposting this.
It appears that you've successfully booted the system up.
However, it went to sleep (suspend to RAM) after boot-up, which made you think the system is turned off (or not responsive).
I'd propose you to disable suspend-to-RAM capability until you configure all related changes.
MyungJoo Ham (함명주), Ph.D.
Autonomous Machine Lab., AI Center, Samsung Research.
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