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Everything posted by Igor

  1. Yes. CSC are not tested at all and maintained by someone (1) / no-one, we don't have hardware, time or interest to verify if things works / cover the costs of testings. Perhaps this naming confuses people ... We have 40-50 boards in the autotest rig and we check certain parameters automagically ... https://dl.armbian.com/_test-reports/2020-05-21_22.45.09.html (not a full test). Those are usually WIP or just supported ... if there are more active people with this hw.
  2. We also tried to integrate Mali https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/1409 but falied due to lack of time / resources.
  3. I am not familiar with how to make this work - just few tips - 4 years old instructions from Lemaker for kernel 3.4.y will probably not work on a kernel 5.4.y. They have little in common. Lima driver is integrated in Armbian kernel for about 1-2 years, starting with 4.19.y ... how to make it work. Do some forum searching - you are probably not the only one.
  4. nano output/debug/compilation.log ... and see what went wrong.
  5. Yes. I also notice this and I hope that is the only problem Will report later when I do the proper unboxing. I'll ship it ASAP.
  6. Edit: replaced with hires pictures.
  7. In the moment of replying to this mine are also not working yet Before: One 7z archive: image, signature and sha packed in Now: Three files: image.gz, signature and sha https://www.armbian.com/odroid-c4/ Yes, I also do at least one experiment. This will not change in the future just like that. Yes. Here is already changed (even I think we don't use this document at the download pages anymor): https://github.com/armbian/documentation/blob/master/docs/User-Guide_Getting-Started-Download-Page.md Not changed in main document: https://github.com/armbian/documentation/blob/master/docs/User-Guide_Getting-Started.md and elsewhere where we had this info. If anywhere.
  8. armbian-config -> system -> nightly
  9. Added legacy 4.9.y builds.
  10. Good that you tried but there is no support for it. Wait for stable builds. Fix it on your own or use stable builds.
  11. You can't boot mSATA directly. You need a boot loader on SD card or SPI flash.
  12. The problem is most likely not on this level. What about Cubieboard2 image https://dl.armbian.com/cubieboard2/ ?
  13. Try here: https://github.com/armbian/build/issues/1838
  14. You tried what? Please link to the image. Check this image: https://dl.armbian.com/cubietruck/Bullseye_current_nightly
  15. Try armbian-config now. It should work, but AC mode doesn't work. I already waste afternoon ...
  16. This is not a recommended way and you are lucky that you boot the board ... however, if you don't update boot loader manually, you will not have all four cores. This is known problem, but to explain you why is this happening ... I would need to waste hours since I lost it from my head. Use search engine to obtain that info if you are curious.
  17. In progress https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/1985
  18. https://armbian.atlassian.net/browse/AR-245 Planned to look into this in the upcoming months. Manual way ... All those project are open source, there is a documentation for hostapd and network manager way. Both project are independent from Armbian. Try using attached hostapd. hostapd_2.9-99~armbian5.98+1_armhf.deb
  19. I guess this change or that (enabled now) causes this.
  20. Changed. But now we need a big download for our default tool and smaller for optional tool. When user clicks "Tool" on the download, he already expects to download the tool without lecturing about SD cards and finding links in the text ... https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18197267-don-t-make-me-think-revisited
  21. At this moment possible by switching to nightly builds but this is not recommend in production. Nightly images are our development builds where things sometimes just break and can remain broken for days. That branch is ... for testing, but currently its safe, since we are near to the release. Go there and go back to stable after the release ... There are many guides. Perhaps this one is better https://help.github.com/en/github/collaborating-with-issues-and-pull-requests/creating-a-pull-request - reworking documentation - running projects - forum moderating
  22. As @Werner already pointed out - no tool for uncompressing is needed. This step was removed so it would be nice that we don't confuse people and telling them to unpack 7z file which is nowhere to be found from now on. Also checking SHA and PGP signature has been changed ... @5kft Great job! I had some idle time, so I added C4 legacy since it arrived yesterday to the desk. Mainline still hangs at reboot, this one doesn't Perhaps someone would be happy. https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/1983
  23. This feature is today probably only available with a stock legacy kernel 4.9.y based Armbian.