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  2. There seems to be a design problem. Armbian_20.08.1_Odroidn2_focal_legacy_4.9.232_desktop.img was working well for my use cases. It could be booted directly from the uSD card or via the SPI program (PetitBoot) in a multi-boot situation. Sadly a recent upgrade has made a significant change to the Armbian booting architecture. Instead of the boot.ini file declaring which partition holds the root file system, this is now done by an entry in /boot/armbianEnv.txt. I don't know what this change was intended to achieve but, for me the consequence is that the Armbian image is no longer compatible
  3. If there are drivers present upstream feel free to submit a PR to enable those modules
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  5. I have this old HTV3 that my family used to watch Asian channels. I didn't know what I could do with it and thank god it didn't end up in the trash. Latest Android version was 4.2... So I opened it up physically and found an Amlogic s805 inside with 1g of RAM, then downloaded Armbian for s812 (built by balbes150, thank you!) I used dtb: meson8b-ec100 LO AND BEHOLD IT WORKS WITH ARMBIAN NOW! I COULDN'T BELIEVE MY EYES So if someone has that same HTV3 that I have, that's how it will work. So far only tested that it boots by sd card, usb keyboard works, and et
  6. Any chance of getting this patch on the legacy kernel?
  7. This blog post / issue report only applies to Helios64, not Helios4. Maybe corruption as you point out, or BTRFS bug on latest kernel... hard to say. You can revert to previous kernel using armbian-config > System > Other
  8. Hello, I got recently an Odroid HC2 and installed Armbian (Buster 5.4.61) on it, OMV5 and I fixed IP. I configured it on the cable that I use on my desktop and connected my desktop on wifi. When I finished the configuration, I put HC2 closer to router on another cable and connect my desktop on the cable that HC2 was connected. If I try to connect to SBC through Putty on the desktop with it connected on cable and wifi, I connect normally. But if I disconnect of wifi, I can't connect to SBC, even on Putty or browser. Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
  9. can you print the output of: lsmod|grep ov ov5640 28672 1 v4l2_fwnode 20480 2 ov5640,sun6i_csi videodev 163840 7 ov5640,v4l2_fwnode,sunxi_cedrus,videobuf2_common,sun6i_csi,v4l2_mem2mem,videobuf2_v4l2 mc 28672 7 ov5640,sunxi_cedrus,videobuf2_common,videodev,sun6i_csi,v4l2_mem2mem,videobuf2_v4l2 This is valid if ov5640 is enabled with 'm'
  10. I just saw this old post, but have a NanoPC T4 and want to use my ASI camera also at USB3 speeds. Has this issue been resolved?
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  12. Armbian Groovy Gnome desktop preview nightly builds:
  13. Finally I tried with other disk (in this case a western digital HD, not SSD) and it worked correctly. It seems that the SSD that I'm using (a Intel SSD 520 repurposed from an old dismantled storage server) has some issues with some USB to SATA controllers.
  14. This is a minor issue, but I'm hoping to get it solved as I've enjoyed the welcome screen for so long. For whatever reason after running my installation script which I've been using for years, the welcome screen changes when logging in over ssh. This happened some months ago. Any ideas on how or where I should look?
  15. I have a problem with my wireguard implementation. When connected through it I get lag spikes every few seconds. What might be the cause and solution to this? It is not the internet connection/cable/etc because a raspberry pi running wireguard works fine on the same exact cable, port etc.
  16. Nope, didn't work... As far as I can understand, at that stage it is not ready yet...
  17. Just to say that I set up my Helios64 with LK5.8.16, it's up for 2 days, it copied 12TB of data over eth1 at 100Mbits/s from another OMV server (using rsync). So till now, I do not see the point of freezing kernel updates ... Frédéric
  18. I just used systemctl, after your tests you can enable and start the services again. I also disabled zram not only logging, but you could test by disabling only ram logging. Please note that I did this in order to be able to trace the issue but since i disabled the two services there is no issue root@cubietruck:~# uptime 20:17:52 up 12 days, 20:20, 1 user, load average: 2.74, 2.77, 2.67 systemctl stop armbian-ramlog.service systemctl disable armbian-ramlog.service systemctl stop armbian-zram-config.service systemctl disable armbian-zram-config.service Edit: Well i forgot t
  19. I sent you an email, so as not to pollute this thread. I believe it's possible to do MMIO GPIO based on some projects I've seen. I just need to do the mappings.
  20. If this is the wrong place to ask, please feel free to redirect me to another location. I'm thinking about using an SBC to create an application-specific coprocessor. A laptop would stream h.264/h.265 2kx2.5k yuv420p compressed video thru USB to the SBC (functioning as a USB gadget with separate power supply) and the SBC would decompress the video frames, apply a sequence of affine transforms to each (decompressed) image, and stream the warped, decompressed images back to the host. This would use the SBC hardware-assisted VPU decompression and GPU for warp processing, and the Arm
  21. ok i made the change of kernel (i'm not very keen on that).. but i had to restore my previous backup (causa the update send my eth in 169 as said). ok, i restored and by armbian config i swicthed to che current versione and not the dev one. now: if i run ap update i see the list of packets to update and there is the new firmware of 5.9.. uhm... if i read well, now after armbian config into curretn versione DISTRIBUTION_CODENAME=stretch DISTRIBUTION_STATUS=eos VERSION=20.08.13 LINUXFAMILY=sunxi64 BRANCH=dev yet dev??? ( t
  22. Choose among (supported) boards. We drop support for a reason. If you want support, consider supporting Armbian not picking up cheap hardware and asking us to sponsor support for you.
  23. Thank you for your efforts @zamnuts this is some great info you are sharing! I for one can only say that I've have no issues at all with "userspace" governor and min and max frequency set to 1416000! pedro@nanopim4v2:/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq$ sudo cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/policy{0,4}/scaling_governor userspace userspace pedro@nanopim4v2:/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq$ sudo cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/policy{0,4}/cpuinfo_{cur,min,max}_freq 1416000 408000 1512000 1416000 408000 2016000 My M4V2 has been working for almost 6 days now with
  24. It is if we want to switch -current to 5.9 (i.e., deprecate 5.8)
  25. Hi, the 7070G seem work with tested on Armbian 20.08.4 Bionic just now need made more test EDIT : the interface is now write "enx00a0c661ebc0:" but not seem work
  26. I confirm On my OPiLite2 after update or with fresh image it was freezing I wrote older image (found 20.05) and changed kernel to 5.9.1 Now after update it keeps kernel and seems working stable
  27. Hello, After some seach, it seems it's linked to a compilation option that is not tuned for A20 and then use instruction that doesn't exist on this CPU. The problem is I'm unable to identify which component is it : kernel, system, libraries, ... In addition to the stuck system, I installed CAIRO library (not the full stack, only CAIRO and it's dependencies) and is used by my own applications. I'm incline to think it"s now my own application they are compiled w/o any architecture optimization options (only -O2) and are working well on my Gentoo's BananaPIes.
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