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OpenBSD (with encrypted softraid) on the Chromebook Pixel (2015)
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akazakov Jul 27, 2016

Hi Joshua,
exciting work! Would love to run BSD on my Pixel, but so far no success.
I am following your guide, but failed at step 1. I used 6.0 snapshot from openbsd ftp, but it goes to a black screen right after initial boot message. As you describe, but it does not seem to load the efifb...
... Is there some additional configuration needed to enable it?
Or is there a way to load inteldrm ?

Thank you,
Artem

akazakov commented Jul 27, 2016

Hi Joshua,
exciting work! Would love to run BSD on my Pixel, but so far no success.
I am following your guide, but failed at step 1. I used 6.0 snapshot from openbsd ftp, but it goes to a black screen right after initial boot message. As you describe, but it does not seem to load the efifb...
... Is there some additional configuration needed to enable it?
Or is there a way to load inteldrm ?

Thank you,
Artem

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jcs Aug 23, 2016

@akazakov I just tried with miniroot60.fs from a snapshot and it worked ok. Are you running the original factory ROM?

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jcs commented Aug 23, 2016

@akazakov I just tried with miniroot60.fs from a snapshot and it worked ok. Are you running the original factory ROM?

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fscker Jul 21, 2017

I built directly from your branch and im finding it to be very unstable. Having random lockups.

fscker commented Jul 21, 2017

I built directly from your branch and im finding it to be very unstable. Having random lockups.

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