Hi! Recently I finally managed to get Fedora to run on my VIM2. Almost ready to start trying to write some kernel modules for panfrost on it, however I’ve been dealing with some very annoying ethernet issue that have been making this much more difficult. For some reason, it seems that if I try doing anything that transmits a large amount of data (rsyncing a directory over LAN for instance), occasionally the ethernet on the board will plain just stop responding to any RX from the network. What’s weirder though; is that if I go onto a serial console with the board and do something like ping www.google.com, then the board will start responding to RX again but only so long as something on the board itself is initiating TX. Meaning if I ^C out of ping, the connection goes dead again. So far I haven’t found any way to fix this other then rebooting the whole board. Additionally; I don’t see anything out of the ordinary in dmesg when this starts happening.
Now I tried to clone my GIT, I didn’t find any problems. The local network is tied to a Gigabit hub. System - last Armbian (kernel 4.19) on SD card, on VIM2 Basic. Write, what check still needs to be made (as from where to download).