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  1. Mender
  2. MEN-2815

image created with "Building a Mender Debian image" bootloops on Beaglebone

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Rejected
    • Priority: (None)
    • Resolution: Won't Do
    • Affects Version/s: 2.1.0
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:
      Host: Ubuntu 18.04
      Board: Beaglebone Black
    • Days in progress:
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      Description

      I've created a SD image using the "Building a Mender Image" tutorial. `mender-convert` did not report any error, but once flashed the sdimg results in a bootloop on the device.

      mender-convert version: tag 1.2.0 (commit d62fe36ba2298a4ed50730e8864ba985bb085f9c)

      The base image I used is bone-debian-9.9-iot-armhf-2019-08-03-4gb.img from http://beagleboard.org/latest-images

      Command line:

      ~~~
      mender-convert from-raw-disk-image \
      --raw-disk-image input/bone-debian-9.9-iot-armhf-2019-08-03-4gb.img \
      --mender-disk-image bone-debian-9.9-iot-armhf-2019-08-03-4gb.sdimg \
      --device-type beaglebone \
      --artifact-name bone-debian-9.9-iot-armhf-2019-08-03-4gb \
      --bootloader-toolchain arm-buildroot-linux-gnueabihf \
      --storage-total-size-mb 7500 \
      --demo --demo-host-ip 10.20.0.200
      ~~~

      I've attached the `beaglebone_variables.cfg` which seems to contain possibly useful information, as well as the output of one boot (between two resets)

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              Reporter:
              sylvain Sylvain Joyeux
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