Seems that the Raspberry Pi folks don't like to write posts with too much
technical information, but, the main changes they talk about in the "Turbo
Mode" post  are:
1) They added a cpufreq driver, which will allow us to do dynamic CPU
2) They added a driver for the SoC thermal sensor, so we can know if our Pi
is too hot
They of course pushed the patches that do that to their git repository, so,
when will we see them in the Fedora RPi Remix? They would be very helpful
for me and I don't really want to start compiling kernels myself
I'm trying to boot Fedora 17 from an SD card on my TrimSlice.
Unfortunately the it hangs at this part of boot process:
[ 4.547850] Waiting for root device LABEL=rootfs...
[ 4.926999] mmc1: new high speed SDHC card at address 0002
[ 4.934075] mmcblk0: mmc1:0002 3.74 GiB
[ 4.942731] mmcblk0: p1 p2
The full log is available at http://fpaste.org/2KV6/
Interestingly enough, it doesn't quite hang, as it can notice that I
eject or re-insert the SD card:
[ 13.065893] mmc1: card 0002 removed
[ 15.485660] mmc1: new high speed SDHC card at address 0002
[ 15.492582] mmcblk0: mmc1:0002 3.74 GiB
[ 15.501062] mmcblk0: p1 p2
Anyone has seen this sort of error? Any ideas how to resolve it?
I tried a 4G card and a 32G card, and two different SD readers to make
sure that it's not hardware fault on the producer end. It still could
be a hardware fault in my TrimSlice though, so I'm wondering, what would
it make to adjust the boot scripts to read from the side slot instead.
Anyone tried that?