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[atomic-devel] "Hello World" - seems to be successful

I am using "atomic host upgrade" as my 'Hello World' test. It seems to be successful

The starting point was: Fedora-AtomicHost-ostree-x86_64-28-20180902.0.iso installed using a USB flash drive. (uncertainty - it might have been an earlier image on the flash drive).

The target system is a pcengines.ch APU4b4 with 4G ram, 4xGigEth, 4 core AMD Embedded G series GX-412TC, 60 GB SSD.

At idle it is using about 4 watts including power adapter inefficiencies (viewed on Kill A Watt meter). No fan needed.

It does not have video, so some screwing around necessary at initial boot to insert console=ttyS0,115200n8

After the original system was running:

Commands given:

atomic host upgrade


systemctl reboot


Fedora 28.20181007.0 (Atomic Host)
Kernel 4.18.11-200.fc28.x86_64 on an x86_64 (ttyS0)

pce02 login: root
Last login: Sat May 12 11:40:40 on pts/1
[root pce02 ~]# date
Mon Nov 19 06:27:37 CST 2018
[root pce02 ~]# uname -a
Linux pce02.chidig.com 4.18.11-200.fc28.x86_64 #1 SMP Sun Sep 30 15:31:40 UTC 2x
[root pce02 ~]#

The date of the Last login may have been the build date of the board or coreboot bios. I was having some network config problems on my host Fedora 29 before the successful atomic host upgrade.

It seems that the version is 28. I'm not sure why it did not upgrade to 29.

Thanks for all the work getting Atomic to this point.

I wonder about its future under IBM..

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