[Letux-kernel] Debian Stretch on GTA04
H. Nikolaus Schaller
hns at goldelico.com
Wed Jun 14 20:26:18 CEST 2017
> Am 31.05.2017 um 09:44 schrieb H. Nikolaus Schaller <hns at goldelico.com>:
> Stretch has been announced to become official on 17th June.
> Therefore I have debootstrapped some new rootfs images for systemd based
> Stretch (9.0) and they basically work:
> What I have observed:
> * boot process is much faster
> * there is no login: but an "emergency shell" on the console
> * X11 does not start
> * I can ssh over usb and to the internet from the GTA04 but I can't ssh into the GTA04
> All this appears to be mainly based on missing replacements for /etc/inittab and
> some sshd configuration.
I have done some more work on the Pyra and quite some progress:
* login / emergency shell issue has been solved (comes if there are entries in /etc/fstab for drives that are not available - initd + mount -a simply skip them)
* nodm and X11 still do not start; Xorg fails with a segfault; if I remove xorg.conf it starts into LXDE - but without rotation and our specific configs
* ssh into the device also works now (needs the emergency shell issue solved because the sshd is not started in single-user.target)
* booting is slow because we have some /etc/network/interfaces.d which do not exist - this makes systemd wait for timeouts
> But it is a good start and it sounds not to be too difficult to fix this in the
> next 2 weeks.
The remaining significant issues are still X11 setup and networking. And the change to fstab has the side-effect that e.g. /mnt/nand is no longer automatically mounted if available.
Generally the biggest challenge is to modify the config patches in a way that they still work on Jessie :)
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