you might add Multiplix OS, GitHub - zyedidia/multiplix: An operating system kernel for RISC-V and AArch64 SBCs. Multiplix can boot all cores, enable virtual memory and interrupts, supports multiple user-mode processes with a limited set of system calls, and has a simple Unix-like file system. Current work is focused on expanding the system call interface to support a shell and a basic user-mode environment.
Multiplix draws heavily from xv6 (GitHub - mit-pdos/xv6-riscv: Xv6 for RISC-V). It needs some more detailed instructions for booting on the VF2.
Thanks for the list.
It would be very helpful to note whatever the image supports GPU and/or media encoders/decoders chip.
Thanks for the reminder, I’ll just add this information.
Thanks for the reminder, it has been updated.
OpenBSD snapshot/7.4 https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/riscv64/install74.img
following 'Re: JH7110 - VF2' - MARC
with dtb from https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-misc&m=169046816826966&q=p3
installs from sd or usb to and runs from nvme, with a modified u-boot.
Hi @ErinD: Apache NuttX RTOS has command-line support for VisionFive 2 and Star64 JH7110. We are adding more drivers. Thanks!
Thanks, I‘ll keep track of this, the above form mainly summarizes the adaptation progress of VF2.
You might want to remove my name, I was not involved with creating OpenBSD in any way at all and replace my name with “OpenBSD” since they did state “Add support for JH7110 to dwmmc(4), making eMMC and microSD mostly work on the Starfive VisionFive 2.”.
I’ve not even installed OpenBSD (yet), but I have nearly finished working out what I will need to do to install it. I also do not think that there is any GUI support, because that definitely would have been mentioned if it was supported.
It has been changed, thank you.