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  2. @balbes150 sorry to bother you again, I tried all methods, the internal memory emmc chip is dead/fried, as far as I can tell the rest of the hardware still works, and it boots up in service mode like you said, but I was only able to get sdcard twrp img and the upgrade sdcard to boot (using Burn_Card_Maker), so is it possible to boot armbian from service mode similar to how the others work?, the internal emmc seems to be completely fried., the usb ports don't activate unless booting from the upgrade or twrp img, so it might have to boot through the tf-slot , then to the usb port if possible if you could provide me detailed info on how to do it I would really appreciate it (either linux or windows). thanks
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  4. I'm new here and I haven't spent the hours here like others have to see that @balbes150 has already said in some post here of the thousands posted to know he won't support the x905x3 SoC. That being said I am more then willing to take a fair stab at helping on getting proper support for it. I am no newbie at coding and anyone is more then welcome to google my name to just see my background in code languages, Scott Grayban. Is there a common thread to help newcomers to the android compiling kernel modules here?
  5. [DELETE ME] I used a 4b image, my bad....
  6. Yesterday
  7. QUESTION: I downloaded the BUSTER image (19.11.6 / 5.4.8) .img. In my .GNUPG directory, there is only an empty 'private keys' directory. Is this supposed to be like this or should there be 2 'text' documents next to the 'private keys' directory? One of my former buster downloads from a year ago or so, I know there were 2 simple text documents in the .gnupg directory. I am trying to learn how to send an encrypted message using gpg, but haven't been successful, yet. I was thinking that maybe there is a problem with my .gnupg directory and this is why I'm running into a snag with it. Thank you.
  8. Maybe you can find this here. https://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/ROCK64#SoC_and_Memory_Specification Look what board is supported and then do your homework. All info is to be found on the internet.
  9. Sorry I don't fully understand the coding above, but I can see you were using shasum to check the archive images. Thanks. I checked my archive download and it checked out! QUESTION: I downloaded the BUSTER image (19.11.6 / 5.4.8) .img. In my .GNUPG directory, there is only an empty 'private keys' directory. Is this supposed to be like this or should there be 2 'text' documents next to the 'private keys' directory? One of my former buster downloads from a year ago or so, I know there were 2 simple text documents in the .gnupg directory. I am trying to learn how to send an encrypted message using gpg, but haven't been successful, yet. I was thinking that maybe there is a problem with my .gnupg directory and this is why I'm running into a snag with it. Thank you.
  10. Just tried https://archive.armbian.com/orangepi-r1/archive/Armbian_19.11.4_Orangepi-r1_bionic_current_5.4.6.7z but still Wi-Fi issue persisted. If someone can get his hand on an Orangepir1 and try it.. if it is not an OS issue then it could be my SBC who suffers from a defect?
  11. ...that isnt well described. PLZ HELP!!111einself
  12. Some information about new versions could be put below
  13. Please express your frustration in this case here: Thank you
  14. It's solved ! So: after modifying the /boot/armbianEnv.txt file and booting in maintenance mode, I installed the same packages as the ones on the SDCard (*rk3399 instead of *rockchip64) and now it's working fine. I'll just check if everything is really fine, but this topic can be closed. Thanks for your help !
  15. @Igor suggested to put this on jira since there is a related topic, so please study there : https://armbian.atlassian.net/browse/AR-230?focusedCommentId=10278 @balbes150
  16. I just enabled the clubs feature to play around with it. Access is restricted to moderators an developers atm. If somebody of the mentioned groups is annoyed please let me know, I'll hide it then.
  17. I take it you couldn't get this to work? What about the bcm4329-fmac module?
  18. Embedded in the message above. And implemented. Marking as solved (again)
  19. It adjust packaging to meet our packaging format which is slightly different than Debian's. At most important that its alright.
  20. Sorry I missed your reply earlier. I have recently used armbian-config to go back to the legacy 4.4 kernel and display out is working. Resolution, btw, is just 800x600 viewsonic projector. So, things are working now but I will do a bit more testing in the future on the newer 5.8.x kernel.
  21. Sub-Forums for Reviews, Tutorials and Hardware hacks have been merged into a new common forum which can be found here: https://forum.armbian.com/forum/40-reviews-tutorials-hardware-hacks/ Topics still can be divided by their prefixes. Some topics have been manually reviewed and processed as needed. It is no longer possible to add tags, either custom or pre-defined, to topics in Common issues / peer to peer technical support. Topics can optionally be marked with a solved prefix if capable.
  22. Done. Some topics needed manual review which is also done.
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