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Modern firmware helps. Good documentation on updating firmware here: https://community.arm.com/docs/DOC-10804

You need EUFI installed on the juno for it to boot Debin-installer.

The recommended install is from USB stick, but installing from CDROM or over the network should also be possible (not tested).
Uptodate firmware helps. What you have may well work OK, but updating the firmware is actually quite easy so is worth doing anyway. Good documentation on updating firmware is here: https://community.arm.com/docs/DOC-10804

You need UEFI installed on the Juno for it to boot Debian-installer. Refer to above 'updating firmware' doc if your juno has something else installed (Android, OpenEmbedded).

The recommended install is from USB stick (and is described below), but installing from CDROM or over the network should also be possible (not tested).
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use {{{lsblk}}} or {{{dmesg}}} to find out what device your card is. Lets say it's /dev/sdd (ignore partitions - we are copying this to the bare device - the format contains partitioning info. Your device needs to be at least 400MB) use {{{lsblk}}} or {{{dmesg}}} to find out what device your USB stick is. Lets say it's /dev/sdd (ignore partitions - we are copying this to the bare device - the file format contains partitioning info. Your USB stick needs to be at least 400MB for netinst image, at least 700MB for standard image.)
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 * Put USB stick in back of machine (where reset buttons are). Front USB ports don't work  * Put the USB stick in the back of machine (where the reset buttons are). The front panel USB ports don't work.
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If everything is just so it will find efi partition and boot into installer.

This didn't work for me. You may end up at EUFI
If everything is just right it will find the efi partition and boot into the installer. This didn't work for me. You may, like me, end up at the UEFI prompt:
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prompt

It
should have shown you a list of filesystems:

The c
onsole should be showing a list of filesystems:
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This will run the installer. However you won't see console output after first few lines This will run the installer. However you won't see console output after the first few lines unless you change the console setting.
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/linux install.a64/vmlinuz auto=true priority=critical --- quiet
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linux /install.a64/vmlinuz --- console=ttyAMA0,115200n8
ctrl-X

If lucky it will find efi partition and boot into installer.
Hit ctrl-x to save.

Select 'Install' and hit return

Translation(s): none

Juno is intended as a hardware as well as software development platform and thus has way more knobs than you need, and a convoluted boot procedure. This page just gives you the minimum info needed to install Debian.

Installation

Preparation

You need:

  • Serial connection to juno. Use upper of two serial ports (actual 9-pin serial!) on the back. (So normally via a USB-serial adaptor appearing as /dev/ttyUSB0. Conect at 115200: e.g. screen /dev/ttyUSB0 115200)

Uptodate firmware helps. What you have may well work OK, but updating the firmware is actually quite easy so is worth doing anyway. Good documentation on updating firmware is here: https://community.arm.com/docs/DOC-10804

You need UEFI installed on the Juno for it to boot Debian-installer. Refer to above 'updating firmware' doc if your juno has something else installed (Android, ?OpenEmbedded).

The recommended install is from USB stick (and is described below), but installing from CDROM or over the network should also be possible (not tested).

Prepare your USB stick with:

wget http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/stretch_di_alpha8/arm64/iso-cd/debian-stretch-DI-alpha8-arm64-netinst.iso

use lsblk or dmesg to find out what device your USB stick is. Lets say it's /dev/sdd (ignore partitions - we are copying this to the bare device - the file format contains partitioning info. Your USB stick needs to be at least 400MB for netinst image, at least 700MB for standard image.)

sudo dd if=debian-stretch-DI-alpha8-arm64-netinst.iso of=/dev/sdd bs=4M oflag=sync status=noxfer
  • Put the USB stick in the back of machine (where the reset buttons are). The front panel USB ports don't work.
  • Power up juno.

If everything is just right it will find the efi partition and boot into the installer. This didn't work for me. You may, like me, end up at the UEFI prompt:

Shell >

The console should be showing a list of filesystems:

UEFI Interactive Shell v2.1
EDK II
UEFI v2.60 (EDK II, 0x00010000)
Mapping table
      FS3: Alias(s):F4:;BLK3:
          VenHw(E7223039-5836-41E1-B542-D7EC736C5E59)
      FS1: Alias(s):F1:
          MemoryMapped(0xB,0xE0000000,0xE00EFFFF)
      FS0: Alias(s):F0:
          Fv(B73FE497-B92E-416E-8326-45AD0D270092)
      FS2: Alias(s):CD2a0a0a:;BLK1:
          PciRoot(0x1)/Pci(0x1,0x0)/USB(0x0,0x0)/USB(0x0,0x0)/CDROM(0x0)
     BLK2: Alias(s):
          VenHw(02118005-9DA7-443A-92D5-781F022AEDBB)
     BLK0: Alias(s):
          PciRoot(0x1)/Pci(0x1,0x0)/USB(0x0,0x0)/USB(0x0,0x0)

Look for 'USB' and 'CDROM'. So in this case FS2 is probably our debian-installer USB stick.

Shell> FS2:
FS2:\> dir

If you see 'efi' then you are in the right place

FS2:\> cd efi
FS2:\efi\> cd boot
FS2:\efi\boot\> bootaa64.efi

(You have tab-completion) This will run the installer. However you won't see console output after the first few lines unless you change the console setting.

move to 'Advanced options' hit 'e' to edit: In the 'Automated install' section change linus line from: /linux install.a64/vmlinuz auto=true priority=critical --- quiet to: linux /install.a64/vmlinuz auto=true priority=critical console=/dev/ttyAMA0,115200n8

Hit ctrl-x to save.

Select 'Install' and hit return

DebianOn is an effort to document how to install, configure and use Debian on some specific hardware. Therefore potential buyers would know if that hardware is supported and owners would know how get the best out of that hardware.

The purpose is not to duplicate the Debian Official Documentation, but to document how to install Debian on some specific hardware.

If you need help to get Debian running on your hardware, please have a look at our user support channels where you may find specific channels (mailing list, IRC channel) dedicated to certain types of hardware.

Models covered
Juno Development Board

Sub-models (LIST OF MODEL REFERENCE NUMBER) options :
- Video card (Intel or ATI radeon or ATI FireGL) (adapt this list to actually match options available. Common features are listed below)
- Screen size (14", 15", or 15" wide)
- Wireless card
- Disk and Ram size, optical device
- Other options, like fingerprint reader, bluetooth...

Overall Status

Core Components

[ATTACH]

Boot Standard Kernel:

[?]

LAN network card:

[?]

Detect CD/DVD:

[?]

Detect hard drives:

[?]

Extra Features

CPU Frequency Scaling

[?]

Hibernation

[?]

Sleep / Suspend

[?]

Xorg

[?]

- OpenGL

[?]

- Resize-and-Rotate(randr)

[?]

Switch to External Screen

[?]

Mouse

- Built-in (Trackpoint)

[?]

- Built-in (Touchpad)

[?]

Modem

[?]

Wireless/Wifi

[?]

Keyboard's Hotkeys

[?]

Legend :
{OK} = OK ; {X} Unsupported(No Driver) ; /!\ = Error (Couldn't get it working); [?] Unknown, Not Test ; [-] Not-applicable
{i} = Configuration Required; X-( = Only works with a non-free driver and or firmware

Important Note

Configuration

Display

  • (not covered yet)

Audio

  • (not covered yet)

Mouse

  • (not covered yet)

Power Management

  • (not covered yet)

WiFi

  • (not covered yet)

Modem

  • (not covered yet)


System Summary

lspci

lsusb

lsusb -v | grep -E '\<(Bus|iProduct|bDeviceClass|bDeviceProtocol)' 2>/dev/null

USB Host controllers entries (without OHCI, UHCI, EHCI) are removed too.

Resources

Attachments

Some configuration files and sample outputs.

Credits