@balbes150 I'm trying to follow the official guide to build the wireless driver for my mini m8s ii box: https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_Advanced-Features/#how-to-build-a-wireless-driver The wireless chip is realtek RTL8189FTV. Driver build procedure is in the following link: http://linux-sunxi.org/Wifi#RTL8189FTV However, when I run armbian-config and try to install kernel headers, it does nothing. The progress bar goes from 0% to 100% instantly, twice. I've tried to make a bash script as in the official guide, but it just hang up. How can I get the kernel headers for the latest 5.59 build? (4.18.0-aml-s9xxx)? I also do apt update and search for the corresponding linux-headers-, but there is no linux-headers-4.18.0-aml-s9xxx. The closest one is linux-headers-4.18.0-rc5-meson or something like that. I installed it and was able to compile the driver, but could not insmod it. The kernel name does not match. The driver rtl8189fs (which is for rtl8189ftv) is included in all armbian releases for kernel 3.14.29, but are missing/removed from kernel 4.x. Is there any problem that prevent such driver to be compiled and included in kernel 4.18? If not, can you build it and include it to subsequent release? Thanks!