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Unable to boot linux kernel on arria 10 soc

m0100
Beginner
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Hello support.

My uboot is not able to pass the handle to kernel to boot linux. I can see the kernel was loaded on RAM, yet there is a kernel panic message.

Any idea what could be the issue?

 

Thank you very much !!

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Fawaz_J_Intel
Employee
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Hello,

May I know what source your system is booting from? sdcard or flash ?

This kernel panic might be due to:

1- bad sdcard image.

2- corrupted image.

3- mismatch between device tree and FPGA.

 

Thank you

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Fawaz_J_Intel
Employee
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Hello,

May I know what source your system is booting from? sdcard or flash ?

This kernel panic might be due to:

1- bad sdcard image.

2- corrupted image.

3- mismatch between device tree and FPGA.

 

Thank you

m0100
Beginner
274 Views

Hello,

Thank you very much Fjumaah. By mistake I was using the original device tree with my custom FPGA Image. I generated a newer device tree, and my board is booting. I am so happy.

 

Thanks.

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