OpenBMC Raspberry Pi
Andrew Luke Nesbit
ullbeking at andrewnesbit.org
Fri Dec 14 02:56:11 AEDT 2018
On 13/12/2018 13:34, Andrew Geissler wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 4:52 PM M. D. Truong <truongmd at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On a GitHub fork of OpenBMC code, sitting on the
>> "raspberrypi-cm3" branch are some patches that will build a working
> Hey My, this is great. Especially for people looking to get started
> with OpenBMC. Raspberry pi's are easy to get and very
Yes, indeed this is fantastic!! I have a spare RPi 3B+ plus a lot of
accessories that I bought for a different project that never worked out.
Now I can try using this for OpenBMC, which is much more exciting to me
anyway, than that other project was, and the people here are much nicer!
> Any chance you were going to upstream these changes to
> the OpenBMC project so we could have them officially in
> the code base?
Andrew, I've been gradually getting involved with OpenBMC at my own
pace, and finally have a little more time than I did six months ago. (I
was ill over New Year, then I changed jobs, etc. I've been very busy
with other things than computers recently ;-)
Please let me know if there's anything I can do to help. I'd be happy
to test, write docs, perform reproducible builds, and engineer
I'm a production engineer by profession (much like an SRE) and I am
considering getting involved with the OpenBMC Infrastructure Workgroup.
>> The README.md file has most of useful notes on building the code and
>> bringing it up on a device. I'm looking for feedback on changes before
>> pushing the code upstream. Features is a completely separate area for
My RPi is the RPi 3B+. Will this work out-of-the-box with your branch?
>> This was a great learning experience and I hope it's useful for others.
Congratulations on this great achievment!! :-)
Deep down I'm a fan of Orange Pi, so if all goes well I will look into
porting it to OPi :-)
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