Rock64 Debian 11 (Bullseye) install problem
(07-04-2022, 07:05 AM)as365n4 Wrote: If you used the Debian Installer, you won't have U-Boot installed. Because the Installer is generic for all supported Boards, they do not install board specific U-Boot.
You have to install U-Boot in order to get Debian working.
Two options, either build U-Boot on device after Installer has finished and flash the SD-Card with U-Boot or use the files Debian provides:


they are part of the package "u-boot-rockchip".

Wow, I was so close.  Thanks for your reply.

So I have a fully built microSD that won't boot.  Can you tell me how I can "apt install u-boot-rockchip" on it?

Is there a "boot-to" program that I can run from my Armian microSD to boot the USB3 (SDA) image?

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RE: Rock64 Debian 11 (Bullseye) install problem - by jbize - 07-04-2022, 07:28 AM

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