OpenBMC Raspberry Pi
Andrew Luke Nesbit
ullbeking at andrewnesbit.org
Sat Dec 29 07:56:36 AEDT 2018
It is my pleasure.
Apologies for the delay in my reply. Unfortunately I found your message
in my "Junk" folder :-(
I'm also very glad to be able to put my spare RPi to good use, and this
is the perfect project for it.
On 17/12/2018 23:39, M. D. Truong wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
> Thanks for bringing this back to top-of-mind! I'll start shuffling the
> patches upstream for inclusion into the official codebase over the
> next few days.
> On Thu, Dec 13, 2018 at 5:34 AM Andrew Geissler <geissonator at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 4:52 PM M. D. Truong <truongmd at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> OpenBMC on Raspberry Pi seems to have a bit of interest as a
>>> stand-alone reference platform. The source has teased the possibility
>>> of running OpenBMC on an RPI, so I bit and took a few cycles to make
>>> it work. 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
>> Any chance you were going to upstream these changes to
>> the OpenBMC project so we could have them officially in
>> the code base?
>>> 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
>>> This was a great learning experience and I hope it's useful for others.
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