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  1. I just ran into the same problem, did you ever solve it?
  2. Thank you, that helped. The systems has other problems, though
  3. Thanks for your quick reply. I installed armbian-config but it only offers me to switch to dev or default - it states I'm already at next? But your link states that 14.14 should be next. What could I do? Current version: Armbian 5.38 stable
  4. I just ran apt-get update && apt-get upgrade, sure enough, a new kernel was downloaded. Due to a non-standard wifi chip, I always run KMS before rebooting, giving the new kernel version as an argument. (The automatic install on reboot didn't work so well in the past) It seems now that something is not right with the new kernel headers. I have not rebooted yet, out of fear the system might be unstable then. Log: Compiling scripts: /usr/src/linux-headers-4.16.8-cubox# make -s scripts scripts/selinux/genheaders/genheaders.c:19:22: fatal error: c
  5. Thanks for your sunday, super quick replies It's back. I followed these steps: Created armbianEnv.txt with the following content: fdt_file=imx6q-cubox-i.dtb wget mkimage -C none -A arm -T script -d /boot/boot.cmd /boot/boot.scr
  6. I have it mounted and did a check, the fs seems fine according to fsck. Fore safetey, I created an image of the SD card with partimage. Could it be, that it's just missing the dtb file? That it might be the result of a recent update late March? It's missing a DTB file, but can I restore it or tell it where to look for it?
  7. Hello, I had three power outages in quick succession, I think the second or third one caught the cubox while rebooting. It won't start anymore. I attached pictures of what I see when plugging it into a TV for catching it's messages. How can I unbrick my system without losing all my work on the SD card? I saw how-to-unbrick-the-system, but I'm not sure where to download which files, since I'm not sure if I have NEXT, mainline or legacy installed. Does that even matter at this point?
  8. Hi everyone, since upgrading to the new stable build DKMS refuses to compile any driver package for the 8812au Wifi chip I could find on github: make ARCH= CROSS_COMPILE= -C M=/root/rtl8812AU modules make[1]: *** M=/root/rtl8812AU: No such file or directory. Stop. Makefile:1576: recipe for target 'modules' failed make: *** [modules] Error 2 I did change the makefile to reflect compiling for ARM. This procedure worked on the old stable kernel. Is there a way to modify the Makefile or kernel sources to accept the new kernel...or is something borked with my system? The
  9. Just registered to ask the same thing, I have exactly the same issues. Any help would be appreciated