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* [https://github.com/manjaro-arm/soquartz-cm4-images/releases Images for SOQuartz on GitHub]
* [https://github.com/manjaro-arm/soquartz-cm4-images/releases Images for SOQuartz on GitHub]


Release 20220718 and older don't boot on SOQuartz. If you find any image that works please update this page with the details.


== pgwipeout's Quartz CI ==
== pgwipeout's Quartz CI ==
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You will need 3.3V UART at 1.5 mbauds (1500000) to access the interface.
You will need 3.3V UART at 1.5 mbauds (1500000) to access the interface.
Currently the latest image built on 16.07.2022 doesn't work. If anyone manages to get it working please update this page with the details of which release works.


[[Category:SOQuartz]] [[Category:Quartz64]]
[[Category:SOQuartz]] [[Category:Quartz64]]

Revision as of 11:05, 18 July 2022

Manjaro ARM

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Manjaro ARM is a user friendly rolling release distribution, based on Arch Linux ARM.

Release 20220718 and older don't boot on SOQuartz. If you find any image that works please update this page with the details.

pgwipeout's Quartz CI

pgwipeout's Quartz CI includes a Debian installer image for the SOQuartz, with the CM4 I/O board as the base board. To download, click the "Download artifacts" button on the right hand side, unzip the archive and take a peek inside the "images" folder to see the selection of pre-built images. Assuming your target device is /dev/sdX, you can flash it with:

sudo -i
xzcat /path/to/rk3566-soquartz-cm4.dtb.img.xz > /dev/sdX

You will need 3.3V UART at 1.5 mbauds (1500000) to access the interface.

Currently the latest image built on 16.07.2022 doesn't work. If anyone manages to get it working please update this page with the details of which release works.