Package Base Details: linux-aarch64-flippy-bin

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Submitter: 7Ji
Maintainer: 7Ji
Last Packager: 7Ji
Votes: 1
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First Submitted: 2022-11-06 12:48 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-04-03 01:43 (UTC)

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7Ji commented on 2022-11-12 11:38 (UTC)

You can now download a pre-built image from my other project amlogic-s9xxx-archlinuxarm to either use it as your system template directly or a live environment where you can use pacstrap to bootstrap another installation in the ArchLinux way. Using it as live environment is more recommended though.

7Ji commented on 2022-11-08 14:10 (UTC)

This is for an installation done in the Arch style following the method documented in my blog:

The layout is aligned with the official Arch kernels so mkinitcpio hooks will handle updating of the initramfs nicely. Addtional hooks are provided by the optional dependency to also generate legacy u-boot initrd images for those who use booti to load the kernel (If you're using a mainline u-boot that can use sysboot to load a /extlinux/extlinux.conf, then you can omit those hooks as sysboot can load normal initramfs)

7Ji commented on 2022-11-06 13:09 (UTC)

Note all these linux-aarch64-flippy-bin* pacakges provides and conflicts with linux-aarch64-flippy* (no -bin), I have another package that'll build from source instead of fetching ophub's pre-build binaries, yet testing and building it on an AArch64 device is too painful and slow. For the sake of not frying your boxes and my box debugging it, I'm not planning to submit it. A better way to build the kernel by yourself is to build on a x86-64 host following, and modify the PKGBUILD here to use your output tarballs instead.