Are you getting the exact same behavior on Windows? It seems it could be the cable. I’ve seen similar cases that have been fixed by reinstalling the ftdi drivers. Regarding the baud rate, the correct one is 115200 as you used on the screenshot. Have you tried using a different console cable?
Hi JPMontero_Intel ,
Thank you for your time and help,
I have discovered the issue and i will post here for anyone who goes with the same.
When you copy the linux image to the SD card, you must copy first the "bzimage" file FIRST, i guess its because the kernel must be written in the first memory address.
and after that, you copy the rest of the files.