Validating ARMMP device tree blobs

I've done various bits with ARMMP and LAVA on this blog already, usually waiting until I've got all the issues ironed out before writing it up. However, this time I'm just going to do a dump of where it's at, how it works and what can be done.

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LAVA in Debian unstable

lava-server has arrived in Debian unstable. No need for third party repositories (unless you want to), a simple apt install lava-server. What happens from that point isn't so simple. I've made the single instance installation as straightforward as I could but there is a lot more to do to get …

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iMX.53 in home lab

The iMX53 Quick Start Board has been a mainstay of the Debian armhf port and has been part of LAVA until recently. It's a natural choice for seeing how LAVA and Debian can work together more closely. So, in the first steps to getting my home lab running, I set …

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Home server rack

The uses of this particular rack I'll cover in future entries - this is about how I made the rack itself, with help from friends (Steve McIntyre & Andy Simpkins). A common theme is making allowances for using dev kit boards - ready-to-rack ARM servers are not here yet. My aim was to …

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