I just got into the celadon project so I’m glad for any help I can get. I didn’t knew
there where different versions for different devisees but I already guessed so. I will
check if my bios version matches the new one.
I followed the instructions on
to build the OS.
Do I have to specify the specific device or use some other flags in order for it to run on
my NUC6CAYH ?
On 11. Jan 2019, at 17:57, Marathe, Yogesh
ww201852 is for KBL, you have APL-NUC. ww201851 is right for NUC6CAYH.
On your custom build please share steps/link you followed. Which bios version do you
have? I hope you noticed bios change for NUC6CAYH (PFA).
<>From: Celadon [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Dominik Louven
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2019 9:19 PM
Celadon] Freezes and instability, almost unable to boot into OS on
We’ve bought a Nuc NUC6CAYH and equipped it with an 128 GB SSD and 4 Gigs of DDR3 RAM.
I’m trying to install Celadon Android on the internal SSD but it’s almost inpossible for
me to boot into an working Android OS.
I’ve compiled the Celadon source on my ubuntu machine , copied the Kernel Flinger
executables onto an USB stick and installed the OS through the UEFI console, the setup
works flawless without any errors but as soon as the device reboots into the operating
system it get’s stuck in the first 2 - 5 Seconds. I’ve plugged in an usb mouse which
doesn’t move once the OS froze. A quick press on the power button doesn’t show the reboot
panel. I can only do a hard reboot.
I’ve tried the officially compiled binaries
>) too with the exact same result.
The only revision that get’s me into an actually functional operating system (which still
feels kinda janky to use) is ww201851.
Am I doing something wrong or is there a trick ? I doubt it should be like this.
Thanks in advance.