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Hi,
I just received my Pine64-LTS version with 64GB eMMC. I am having major issues trying to boot from the emmc.
I have tried the following 

Downloaded the images from 
https://github.com/ayufan-pine64/linux-build/releases

mainly 

jessie-minimal-pine64-0.7.19-118.img.xz and xenial-minimal-pine64-bspkernel-0.7.19-118.img.xz

1. I then wrote the image to SD card and booted the Pine, which is fine.
2. Followed the instruction to 

sudo ./pine64_update_kernel.sh 0.7.19
sudo ./pine64_update_uboot.sh 0.7.19
sudo ./pine64_update_package.sh 0.7.19

3. executed sudo ./pine64_install........to_emmc.sh xenial-minimal 0.7.19

4. Tried setting the following
emmc_compat=on
emmc_compat=150mhz
emmc_compat=200mhz

5. removed the SD
6 booted with eMMC

I get nothing.

Does the boot take very long as compared to SD (i have left it for few hours)? I get nothing.
I have also tried to burn the above image directly to the emmc without any luck.

Is there something I am missing?

Thanks
Sailesh
it looks like you are using the wrong image. lts boards have to use pine64 lts/sopine, or pine64/sopine and the lts or sopine will be in the image name. because of the memory on the lts they have to use the same image as sopine modules.
(01-08-2018, 01:09 PM)saileshrajk Wrote: [ -> ]Hi,
I just received my Pine64-LTS version with 64GB eMMC. I am having major issues trying to boot from the emmc.
I have tried the following 

Downloaded the images from 
https://github.com/ayufan-pine64/linux-build/releases

mainly 

jessie-minimal-pine64-0.7.19-118.img.xz and xenial-minimal-pine64-bspkernel-0.7.19-118.img.xz

1. I then wrote the image to SD card and booted the Pine, which is fine.
2. Followed the instruction to 

sudo ./pine64_update_kernel.sh 0.7.19
sudo ./pine64_update_uboot.sh 0.7.19
sudo ./pine64_update_package.sh 0.7.19

3. executed sudo ./pine64_install........to_emmc.sh xenial-minimal 0.7.19

4. Tried setting the following
emmc_compat=on
emmc_compat=150mhz
emmc_compat=200mhz

5. removed the SD
6 booted with eMMC

I get nothing.

Does the boot take very long as compared to SD (i have left it for few hours)? I get nothing.
I have also tried to burn the above image directly to the emmc without any luck.

Is there something I am missing?

Thanks
Sailesh

Did you try a reboot beetwen point 2 and 3?

2. Update SD
2.5 Reboot
3. Install to eMMC
Thanks all,
I got the sopine image and it worked. Smile

Sailesh
Hi,
Any idea where to find password to login jessie-minimal?
regards.
(06-13-2018, 07:11 AM)ccaramel Wrote: [ -> ]Hi,
Any idea where to find password to login jessie-minimal?
regards.

My guess is pine64/pine64 for the LTS and SOPine
(06-13-2018, 09:33 AM)Luke Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-13-2018, 07:11 AM)ccaramel Wrote: [ -> ]Hi,
Any idea where to find password to login jessie-minimal?
regards.

My guess is pine64/pine64 for the LTS and SOPine

Yeah!! many thanks
(06-14-2018, 12:32 AM)ccaramel Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-13-2018, 09:33 AM)Luke Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-13-2018, 07:11 AM)ccaramel Wrote: [ -> ]Hi,
Any idea where to find password to login jessie-minimal?
regards.

My guess is pine64/pine64 for the LTS and SOPine

Yeah!! many thanks

But having same problem of booting from emmc: it's not working.
Although log indicate that pine64_install_to_emmc.sh script uses the right sopine image:

Code:
Using https://github.com/ayufan-pine64/linux-build/releases/download/0.7.19/xenial-minimal-sopine-bspkernel-0.7.19-118.img.xz
Is someone got any idea?
I have FreeBSD booting from eMMC.. needed to patch the driver a bit to make it work stable.
Still not 100% because I need to implement 2 more clocks to get more the 52Mhz out of it.

I will post an image shortly that can boot from PXE, SD or eMMC.