Navigation menu Personal tools English Log in. Test if you want to. Note The device tree files describe the hardware to the kernel. First, make sure that all mount points to that disk image are unmounted then run the following command: Had to look up why Roy’s handle was familiar, Harry Secombe LLVM 6installed too I have been waiting nearly 2 years for a Aarch64bit Rust, nope only 1 year, just seemed longer viewtopic.

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The older one uses a fixed reserved GPU memory space.

Plugin the SD card to the Raspberry Pi, make sure there is a keyboard and monitor plugged in, then connect the power supply. The Raspberry Pi Foundation maintains a branch of the Linux kernel that will run on the Raspberry Pi, including a compiled version which we use here:. Been using Gentoo as my primary OS since doing a Stage 1 of Crashed and burned, went out after a hour, had error when I got back. The Gentoo arm64 offering is raspberru at the time of writing.

Full instructions for download and use are provided on the project’s GitHub page.

Gentoo on Raspberry Pi

The following should all be on one line! Important -i makes an inode for every two filesystem blocks, 8kB.

Learning Scala Learning Perl. Makes me wonder what other 32bit things can run in Aarch Er lots, got past 30 tabs and lost count Hmm, Rust only 1. Got so much 64bit stuff I want to try now. For more about possible settings read this.


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Not all the files there are required. The SD card must be properly prepared before installing Gentoo. This approach is significantly faster than compilation on RaspberryPi in case of using modern 4 core CPUs it gives about half of ‘native’ performance and is slower but easier than using cross compiling approach. I thought that maybe it’s something about my system so I’ve tried to install a a fresh copy of Gentoo on a virtual machine, of course: All packages have been raspbsrry up to date against the Gentoo tree as of 31 March so e.

The proprietary firmware files are just an emerge away:. If your Raspberry Pi does not boot with this kernel, you may have an older firmware, which requires kernel to be uncompressed.

Now that we have the base operating system in, we will need to do some file configuration by hand to get the peripherals working. There’s also a sticky thread about this image on the Gentoo forums, here. Once its installed, we will use it to build the arm64 kernel on the Gentoo PC.

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So all we have to do is to mount this disk, to create partitions and the necessary file system. Note This will ensure a compile even if the host system is hardened, ie. Can 3 cores run in Aarch64 and the last core run in Aarch32 and talk to these 32bit apps? Next step will be to build a qemu kernel for our ARM cpu that will allow us to run this Linux on a qemu emulator. The image contains a complete OpenRC-based Gentoo system including a full Portage tree, up-to-date as of 9 July – so you can run emerge operations immediately – and has a reasonably populated userland Xfce v4.


Especially Sakaki, who showed the way on the final steps.

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It’s better to use a release branch. Much of the setup prior to booting a new Gentoo install is done in a chroot. Finally picked up a Pi 3B and Gentoo 64 is running great.

Update 26 September We have few things to setup so that next boot everything will be in place and working:. There is a utility for this called tvservice.

The kernel on the image is 4.