Hello my frend. How to fix my boot problem?
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I am a new user in Linux and a new owner of a pinebook pro from Russia Smile . How to fix booting after incorrect installation of Manjaro?[Image: 8352IMG_0859_800.jpg][Image: i.gif][Image: IMG_0858_800.jpg][Image: i.gif]
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i installed uboot-pinebookpro-bsp visual artifacts disappeared, in which direction to look, prompt to fix errors:
[ 1.830285] OF: graph: no port node found in /i2c@ff3d0000/fusb30x@22
[ 2.509700] rockchip-pcie f8000000.pcie: PCIe link training gen1 timeout!
[ 2.936889] rockchip-dp ff970000.edp: no DP phy configured
[ 3.059417] usb 2-1.2: device not accepting address 3, error -71
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until the software problems are solved, I decided to decorate the appearance Smile [Image: IMG_0861_800.jpg][Image: i.gif], [Image: IMG_0862_800.jpg][Image: i.gif], [Image: 41472IMG_0863_800.jpg][Image: i.gif]
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Probably your easiest route at this point is just to reinstall Manjaro (or your choice of other operating system) anew.

You can write a bootable image to micro-sd card and boot that, and then install to eMMC. Or, you can remove the eMMC and flash it in another computer with an adaptor.
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(07-03-2021, 08:16 PM)KC9UDX Wrote: Probably your easiest route at this point is just to reinstall Manjaro (or your choice of other operating system) anew.

You can write a bootable image to micro-sd card and boot that, and then install to eMMC.  Or, you can remove the eMMC and flash it in another computer with an adaptor.
I have already reinstalled many times from micro sd to emms. all I have achieved is the green artifacts on the screen have disappeared and the errors remain. there are no errors when booting from a micro SD image mrfixit2001.
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Well, you probably don't want to hear my opinions about Manjaro. Smile I do have it running on my wife's PBP, but I only update it every six months and so far have been lucky, I guess. My PBP runs NetBSD, and (now very, very rarely) the mrfixit2001 Debian.
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(07-03-2021, 09:33 PM)carinosa Wrote:
(07-03-2021, 08:16 PM)KC9UDX Wrote: Probably your easiest route at this point is just to reinstall Manjaro (or your choice of other operating system) anew.

You can write a bootable image to micro-sd card and boot that, and then install to eMMC.  Or, you can remove the eMMC and flash it in another computer with an adaptor.
I have already reinstalled many times from micro sd to emms. all I have achieved is the green artifacts on the screen have disappeared and the errors remain. there are no errors when booting from a micro SD image mrfixit2001.
In that case you can try to install the U-boot from mrfixit2001.
Perhaps this thread can help: https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=10031
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