the_collector

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  1. I finally got around to playing with this again and spent a few hours. The upshot is the kernel in multitool can recognise the SD card perfectly fine, however the u-boot image does not. When I previously had the multitool booting with the USB workaround the kernel was running from the SD card, u-boot was being launched from the SD card but u-boot itself can not see the SD card, by having the USB stick in the OTG port u-boot can then read that and read extlinux.conf to proceed booting multitool from the SD card. Eventually after looking through the multitool source (thank you for li
  2. @jock Thank you! That was enough of a clue to get this working (albeit an awful hack), while the loader on my SoC seems to not want to boot from a USB device I figured out that if a USB flash drive with the extlinux.conf is in the OTG port the boot process can proceed as expected. This workaround is fine, though I couldn't find the source for multitool to start debugging further. The box I have is marked externally as a MXR 4k bought from a seller on Amazon UK September 2016. The board however is marked 'MXQ-RK3229-D16', version '0.9A' on the silkscreen. With a whole bunch of missi
  3. I'm having an issue getting the multitool SD card image to run on my RK3229 nand board, hoping someone may be able to help. Dumps below from the UART interface (two separate boots of the same image to capture initial SoC output at 1500000 baud and armbian output at 115200 baud. In 300MHz DDR3 Bus Width=32 Col=10 Bank=8 Row=15 CS=1 Die Bus-Width=16 Size=1024MB mach:2 OUT Boot1 Release Time: 2016-03-15, version: 2.31 ChipType = c 276 No.1 FLASH ID:ad de 14 a7 42 4a ECC:60 SdmmcInit=0 0 BootCapSize=0 UserCapSize=39c6000 FwPartOffset=2000 , 0 StorageInit ok = 520688 SecureMo