Centos 7 on rock64
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I want to run Centos 7 on rock64 rk3328 chipset. Any sort of help is appreciated.

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(10-29-2018, 04:23 AM)smnoufal Wrote: I want to run Centos 7 on rock64 rk3328 chipset. Any sort of help is appreciated.

Regards,

Hi smnoufal,

I would try to see if you can get any armbian rock64 distribution to work on it. If that works then you can try sliding the centos 7 file system on it. For inspiration see what I did for pine64 here: 

https://github.com/Project31/centos-pine64

Cheers,
--Kurt
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(12-12-2018, 12:24 PM)kurtstam Wrote:
(10-29-2018, 04:23 AM)smnoufal Wrote: I want to run Centos 7 on rock64 rk3328 chipset. Any sort of help is appreciated.

Regards,

Hi smnoufal,

I would try to see if you can get any armbian rock64 distribution to work on it. If that works then you can try sliding the centos 7 file system on it. For inspiration see what I did for pine64 here: 

https://github.com/Project31/centos-pine64

Cheers,
--Kurt
Thanks Kurt,


I will have a look on the above link.
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(12-25-2018, 07:27 AM)smnoufal Wrote:
(12-12-2018, 12:24 PM)kurtstam Wrote:
(10-29-2018, 04:23 AM)smnoufal Wrote: I want to run Centos 7 on rock64 rk3328 chipset. Any sort of help is appreciated.

Regards,

Hi smnoufal,

I would try to see if you can get any armbian rock64 distribution to work on it. If that works then you can try sliding the centos 7 file system on it. For inspiration see what I did for pine64 here: 

https://github.com/Project31/centos-pine64

Cheers,
--Kurt
Thanks Kurt,


I will have a look on the above link.
Hi Kurt,

I have inserted empty microsd and run install.sh, i am stuck on screenshot attached


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Hi smnoufal,

You can try the ready to go image: https://project31.github.io/pine64/. I've created it running from the rock64 branch on https://github.com/Project31/centos-pine64/tree/rock64

Cheers,

--Kurt
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Thanks Kurt, for centos 7 on rock64,

I followed your instruction and glad to inform you that successfully loaded cenntos 7. once i tried to enlarge the sd card and rebooted as per your  instruction and it ffiled to boot. I think partition got deleted.

smnoufal

kurtstamHi smnoufal,

You can try the ready to go image: https://project31.github.io/pine64/. I've created it running from the rock64 branch on https://github.com/Project31/centos-pine64/tree/rock64

Cheers,

--Kurt


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Hi  smnoufal,

1. So I take it then things work ok /before/ you try to enlarge the partition on the sd card? 

2. I would re-flash the image and start over. I would try to take baby steps so you can pinpoint what works for you. Whenever you work fdisk you have to be careful.. Double check:
  1. name of the device (/dev/rdisk)
  2. using fdisk, use `p` to list the partitions
3. Try to capture the output when following the instructions and post it here. That can be helpful.

Cheers,

--Kurt
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