When I run apt update and apt upgrade, the box is bricked. I am assuming that this is do to a new Kernel install and uboot needs to be updated to point to the new kernel. This results in having to flashback to original. Anyone know a good way to block kernels without having to manually select upgrades around brickers?
I am preferably waiting for a Manjaro eMMC image, but I understand this is a process. Any visibility into how uboot points to kernels would be appreciated.
I assume that uboot must be updated and maintained on the ubuntu side. There has to be a better process to keep pace with kernel updates to match uboots. I don’t know if that would look like a uboot firmware download folder? Maybe even a github that is maintained that distro managers can pull from and include in their pushes? I don’t know, someone may be better knowledgeable than I.
I just reflashed focal fossa to emmc today and ran apt upgrade. Everything working okay. I am guessing something was added to the VIM repo since my original issue. The best I can tell the repo isn’t updated real time with Ubuntu updates. I may have just been attempting in the window of lag.
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