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[MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

Asharaf Perinchikkal
Hi All,

This is regarding SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core, Dual Ethernet board.

We have installed Ubuntu 16.04 from USB drive to SD card as per steps in the link https://minnowboard.org/tutorials/installing-ubuntu-16.04-on-minnowboardmax/after-the-automated-installation-completes.But we are not possible to boot from SD card. It seems SD card is not detected.

When we tried to accesses sd card using command
    fs0: It shows an error "FS0 is not a valid mapping"

Expecting your support to resolve the sdcard booting issue.

Regards
Asharaf P
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Re: [MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

Jesus Velazquez
Did you try with another SD card?
What size your SD card have?

El 19/07/2017, a las 07:32, Asharaf Perinchikkal <[hidden email]> escribió:

Hi All,

This is regarding SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core, Dual Ethernet board.

We have installed Ubuntu 16.04 from USB drive to SD card as per steps in the link https://minnowboard.org/tutorials/installing-ubuntu-16.04-on-minnowboardmax/after-the-automated-installation-completes.But we are not possible to boot from SD card. It seems SD card is not detected.

When we tried to accesses sd card using command
    fs0: It shows an error "FS0 is not a valid mapping"

Expecting your support to resolve the sdcard booting issue.

Regards
Asharaf P
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Re: [MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

dkryder
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you might want to not use the shell for the time being unless you really understand what your doing ,rather type exit if in shell to get to UEFI menu and then BOOT MANAGER.

On Wed, Jul 19, 2017 at 5:32 AM, Asharaf Perinchikkal <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi All,

This is regarding SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core, Dual Ethernet board.

We have installed Ubuntu 16.04 from USB drive to SD card as per steps in the link https://minnowboard.org/tutorials/installing-ubuntu-16.04-on-minnowboardmax/after-the-automated-installation-completes.But we are not possible to boot from SD card. It seems SD card is not detected.

When we tried to accesses sd card using command
    fs0: It shows an error "FS0 is not a valid mapping"

Expecting your support to resolve the sdcard booting issue.

Regards
Asharaf P
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Re: [MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

Richardson, Brian
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The equivalent to “did you try turning it off and on again” for OS installation issues is typically “are you using the latest firmware” J I always get the latest firmware for a new board, since it may have been updated since leaving the factory. Of course, I work on firmware as my job… so maybe I’m not a normal user.

 

I am running a MinnowBoard Turbot Quad (not the dual Ethernet version) with the x64 UEFI firmware, release 0.96. I installed both Ubuntu 16.10 x64 and Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS without issue. The core firmware is the same for all MinnowBoard Max/Turbot variants, so the OS behavior should also be similar.

 

Before updating the firmware, there are a few things to check …

1.     Power off the MinnowBoard. Remove the USB stick with the Ubuntu installer and make sure the SD card is in the slot.

2.     Boot the MinnowBoard and go into the firmware setup menu. Select “Boot Manager” and see if there is an entry for “Ubuntu” in the list of devices (should be at the top).

a.      Note: if you upgraded the firmware then this setting may get erased. The installer creates this entry in NVRAM after installation and sets it as the first device in the bot order.

3.     From the “Boot Manager” select “EFI Internal Shell”. This should boot you to the built-in UEFI Shell. If the SD card is recognized, then it should be listed as FS0:

a.      If FS0: is detected, run the Shell command ‘fs0:’ (without quotes) and do an ‘ls’ to see if there is anything on the partition. This should be the UEFI boot partition (ESP – EFI Service Partition), with an ‘EFI\UBUNTU’ directory containing the OS bootloader (bootx64.efi and grub).

b.     If the directory & boot loader exist, try executing ‘bootx64.efi’ to load Ubuntu.

 

The error you reported makes it sound like the boot variable was written correctly, but the SD card wasn’t detected and this caused the OS boot failure. This might be a minor issue (SD card slipped out of the slot), a power supply issue, faulty SD card, or some paranormal activity that I can’t help you with via email.

 

Once you rule out the paranormal, I recommend you update the firmware to 0.96 (x64 release version) and try again.

 

Thanks … br

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From: elinux-MinnowBoard [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Jesus Velazquez
Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 10:01 AM
To: MinnowBoard Community Email List <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

 

Did you try with another SD card?

What size your SD card have?


El 19/07/2017, a las 07:32, Asharaf Perinchikkal <[hidden email]> escribió:

Hi All,

This is regarding SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core, Dual Ethernet board.

We have installed Ubuntu 16.04 from USB drive to SD card as per steps in the link https://minnowboard.org/tutorials/installing-ubuntu-16.04-on-minnowboardmax/after-the-automated-installation-completes.But we are not possible to boot from SD card. It seems SD card is not detected.

When we tried to accesses sd card using command
    fs0: It shows an error "FS0 is not a valid mapping"

Expecting your support to resolve the sdcard booting issue.

Regards
Asharaf P

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Re: [MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

Asharaf Perinchikkal
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I am using Class 10 SanDisk SD card with 32GB.
After Installation Its not possible to detect SD card from UEFI shell even when i  tried with another SD card.

For Testing purpose I have tried to inserted another SD card(Strontium 16GB) with Ubuntu 16.04 bootable disk After that UEFI shell not available, display is blank.
Even after removing SD card display remains blank. UEFI shell not seen.
Could you please suggest a recovery method.

From: elinux-MinnowBoard [[hidden email]] on behalf of Jesus Velazquez [[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 7:30 PM
To: MinnowBoard Community Email List
Subject: Re: [MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

Did you try with another SD card?
What size your SD card have?

El 19/07/2017, a las 07:32, Asharaf Perinchikkal <[hidden email]> escribió:

Hi All,

This is regarding SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core, Dual Ethernet board.

We have installed Ubuntu 16.04 from USB drive to SD card as per steps in the link https://minnowboard.org/tutorials/installing-ubuntu-16.04-on-minnowboardmax/after-the-automated-installation-completes.But we are not possible to boot from SD card. It seems SD card is not detected.

When we tried to accesses sd card using command
    fs0: It shows an error "FS0 is not a valid mapping"

Expecting your support to resolve the sdcard booting issue.

Regards
Asharaf P
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Re: [MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

dkryder
have you tried, for the sake of testing, to bypass the shell at boot and go to UEFI menu and select boot manager and see devices that are available? make sure that a formatted sd card is in the slot at power on. also, this is a good reference site, if you had not found it yet,

On Wed, Jul 19, 2017 at 11:42 PM, Asharaf Perinchikkal <[hidden email]> wrote:
I am using Class 10 SanDisk SD card with 32GB.
After Installation Its not possible to detect SD card from UEFI shell even when i  tried with another SD card.

For Testing purpose I have tried to inserted another SD card(Strontium 16GB) with Ubuntu 16.04 bootable disk After that UEFI shell not available, display is blank.
Even after removing SD card display remains blank. UEFI shell not seen.
Could you please suggest a recovery method.

From: elinux-MinnowBoard [[hidden email]] on behalf of Jesus Velazquez [[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 7:30 PM
To: MinnowBoard Community Email List
Subject: Re: [MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

Did you try with another SD card?
What size your SD card have?

El 19/07/2017, a las 07:32, Asharaf Perinchikkal <[hidden email]> escribió:

Hi All,

This is regarding SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core, Dual Ethernet board.

We have installed Ubuntu 16.04 from USB drive to SD card as per steps in the link https://minnowboard.org/tutorials/installing-ubuntu-16.04-on-minnowboardmax/after-the-automated-installation-completes.But we are not possible to boot from SD card. It seems SD card is not detected.

When we tried to accesses sd card using command
    fs0: It shows an error "FS0 is not a valid mapping"

Expecting your support to resolve the sdcard booting issue.

Regards
Asharaf P
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Re: [MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

Asharaf Perinchikkal
Hi All,

We have resolved SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard. The problem with booting resolved when we tried to install Ubuntu with erase and install disk(previously it was "some thing else" - for manual partition).
Thanks for your support.

Regards
Asharaf P.

From: elinux-MinnowBoard [[hidden email]] on behalf of Douglas Kryder [[hidden email]]
Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2017 1:21 PM
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Cc: Anoop Babu
Subject: Re: [MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

have you tried, for the sake of testing, to bypass the shell at boot and go to UEFI menu and select boot manager and see devices that are available? make sure that a formatted sd card is in the slot at power on. also, this is a good reference site, if you had not found it yet,

On Wed, Jul 19, 2017 at 11:42 PM, Asharaf Perinchikkal <[hidden email]> wrote:
I am using Class 10 SanDisk SD card with 32GB.
After Installation Its not possible to detect SD card from UEFI shell even when i  tried with another SD card.

For Testing purpose I have tried to inserted another SD card(Strontium 16GB) with Ubuntu 16.04 bootable disk After that UEFI shell not available, display is blank.
Even after removing SD card display remains blank. UEFI shell not seen.
Could you please suggest a recovery method.

From: elinux-MinnowBoard [[hidden email]] on behalf of Jesus Velazquez [[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 7:30 PM
To: MinnowBoard Community Email List
Subject: Re: [MinnowBoard] SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core

Did you try with another SD card?
What size your SD card have?

El 19/07/2017, a las 07:32, Asharaf Perinchikkal <[hidden email]> escribió:

Hi All,

This is regarding SD card booting issue in MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core, Dual Ethernet board.

We have installed Ubuntu 16.04 from USB drive to SD card as per steps in the link https://minnowboard.org/tutorials/installing-ubuntu-16.04-on-minnowboardmax/after-the-automated-installation-completes.But we are not possible to boot from SD card. It seems SD card is not detected.

When we tried to accesses sd card using command
    fs0: It shows an error "FS0 is not a valid mapping"

Expecting your support to resolve the sdcard booting issue.

Regards
Asharaf P
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