Kernel (6.0.3-1-EOS-ARM) panic in Parallels Desktop 18.0.3

I suppose it’s after a Kernel Upgrade to 6.0.3-1-EOS-ARM …
Any chance to boot the VM again?

This is not a solution but a question.
We don’t install the linux-eos-arm from the script. That kernel is meant to be used only on pinebook-pro hardware for now.

Did you switch the kernel from the default for some reason??
The kernel in your case should be linux-aarch64

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I am (erm… was) running EOS on a VM in Parallels (Apple M1 hardware)…

Yes, the script you used needs a kernel preinstalled that comes from here.
This installs arch linux arm.
Then you add eos-arm from our script. We don’t add our kernel in this installation method. I don’t know how it got there.

Think wire cross.

EoS-arm kernel still on 6.0.1 ( that for pinebook pro like @sradjoker say )

If you have kernel panic that Linux-aarch64 kernel or kernel that built for M1.

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I suppose an upgrade switched me to 6.0.3-1, no “manual” steps put me here,
any chance to go back?

I don’t understand how this could happen. I’m running on the Pi 400 and no issues. It’s running the Rpi kernel. :thinking:

its a different kernel, possibly from the base project or alarm

EOS VM in parallels 18 M1

I have IgnorePkg = linux-aarch64 linux-aarch64-headers in pacman.conf

:: Starting full system upgrade…
warning: ignoring package replacement (linux-aarch64-5.18.1-1 => linux-eos-arm-6.1.8-1)

unless power that be change eos-arm kernel your vm prob no boot if you install eos-arm kernel . i no check for while but i think that just for Pinebook pro

EDit… below are official kernels atm (work on parallels ) for m1

core/linux-aarch64-rc-headers 6.0.rc5-1 (22.2 MiB 106.1 MiB) (Installed: 6.2.rc7-1)
    Header files and scripts for building modules for linux kernel - AArch64 multi-platform (release candidate)

core/linux-aarch64-rc 6.0.rc5-1 (69.9 MiB 134.5 MiB) (Installed: 6.2.rc7-1)
    The Linux Kernel and modules - AArch64 multi-platform (release candidate)

core/linux-aarch64-headers 5.19.8-1 (22.0 MiB 104.8 MiB) 
    Header files and scripts for building modules for linux kernel - AArch64 multi-platform

core/linux-aarch64 5.19.8-1 (69.3 MiB 130.1 MiB) 
    The Linux Kernel and modules - AArch64 multi-platform

EDit … i was wrong … it boot ok :+1: just installed the eos-arm kernel .

                   ./sssso-                OS: EndeavourOS Linux aarch64 
                 `:osssssss+-              Host: Parallels ARM Virtual Machine 0.1 
               `:+sssssssssso/.            Kernel: 6.1.8-1-EOS-ARM 
             `-/ossssssssssssso/.          Uptime: 2 mins 
           `-/+sssssssssssssssso+:`        Packages: 782 (pacman) 
         `-:/+sssssssssssssssssso+/.       Shell: bash 5.1.16 
       `.://osssssssssssssssssssso++-      Resolution: 2560x1600 
      .://+ssssssssssssssssssssssso++:     DE: Xfce 4.18 
    .:///ossssssssssssssssssssssssso++:    WM: Xfwm4 
  `:////ssssssssssssssssssssssssssso+++.   WM Theme: Arc-Darker 
`-////+ssssssssssssssssssssssssssso++++-   Theme: Arc-Darker [GTK2/3] 
 `..-+oosssssssssssssssssssssssso+++++/`   Icons: Qogir [GTK2/3] 
   ./++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++/:.     Terminal: xfce4-terminal 
  `:::::::::::::::::::::::::------``       Terminal Font: Source Code Pro 13 
                                           CPU: (2) 
                                           GPU: 00:0a.0 Red Hat, Inc. Virtio GPU 
                                           Memory: 523MiB / 3927MiB 


New LTS kernel works in UTM:

uname -a
Linux EOS 6.1.20-1-aarch64-lts-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Fri Mar 17 18:08:10 UTC 2023 aarch64 GNU/Linux


SigLevel = Optional
Server =

i see that … i no use lts + it no from

" " I advise only linux-aarch64 from Archlinuxarm repo.

what usr install that their choice ! . your system your rule :+1:

EDit > i no say it bad. normal warn " use at own risk + support for kernel problem contact that git maintainer " this my opinion only. if EOS ARM dev decide different that up to them.