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  1. So basically my best path would now be is to burn strech and update it manually to buster using something like: Or does this also update the bootloader ?
  2. Thanx for the reply. So I can run buster when i use the old bootloader ? I do know the difference between update and upgrade, you just stated i should do an update, not an update and upgrade. How should i change the bootloader from the buster image without updateing the bootloader then ? Thank you.
  3. did that: image: Armbian_5.90_Rockpi-4b_Debian_stretch_default_4.4.182_desktop sudo apt-get update sudo reboot sudo armbian-config -> update bootloader successfull (went very fast ?) sodo reboot now it won't boot, no video, just the flashing of the red led twice. So i guess something is wrong with the bootloader ?
  4. Oops error i'm miximg up some versions... got a whole folder of armbian images.... Deleted that now and trying again.
  5. No video output, just the two red blinking lights again.
  6. I've downloaded the 'Armbian_5.90_Rockpi-4b_Debian_buster_default_4.4.182_desktop' image. It worked fine, i did a sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade, it finised (last line was converting to uboot) Then i rebooted and now it wont start. Hope this helps. And also, the update command gave some error, but i think this was due to the fact of the new debian version. I'll try to do it again without the upgrade action (since you did not mention this)
  7. Hi there, I'd like to point out that the armbian buster (Armbian_5.90_Rockpi-4b_Debian_buster_default_4.4.182_desktop) and armbian bionic images are not booting on the rockpi 4b at this time. I've tried both etcher and win32disk imager. The armbian stretch image is booting just fine (ruling out SD and usb-C power issues i guess ?) I've searched the forum and have not found a mention of his, therefore I'd like to do this now. I unfortunatly don't know how to record boot messages at this time. If anyone is able to provide a quide to this I'd be happy to record the messages. The guides I've found so far are unfortunatly very confusing to me. The only information I'm able to provide at this time is that im seeing the green light of the rockpi combined with two quick red flashes. Just out of interest, are these most likely issues from the implementation of the new debian buster version (and will thus most likely be solved quickly ?) or is this a broader issue with the rockpi RK3399? I know no one can't answer these questions due to the lack of data, but I'd like to know what your engineering intuition sais. Thank you.
  8. I think I’m getting the same error. Just trying out buster on my rockpi 4b and getting errors at omv as well. Are there many problems with softy due to buster being released ? Omv error Best to just wait a couple of days i guess ? I’m getting errors that i need to reinstall OMV, but have no idea how to do that with this. Update error
  9. Wow that worked flawlessly, thank you and great work!
  10. Hi there, I'm trying to install docker on my tinkerboard s running armbian 5.73. I've managed the following steps from your documentation: sudo apt-key adv --keyserver --recv-keys 0EBFCD88 sudo echo "deb [arch=amd64] bionic stable" > sudo /etc/apt/sources.list.d/docker.list sudo apt update But when i tried to install docker using: sudo apt install docker-ce I'm getting the error that docker-ce has no installation candidate. Does anyone maybe have an idea how to get this working? Thank you.
  11. Hi there, I have set up a tinkerboard S and I'm loving armbian so far. I only just encountered a weird problem. When i try to code in spyder3 there seems to be a messup in the keys i press and the key that is produced in spyder3. The funny thing is that this only occurs in spyder. When I type in terminal or gummi everything works fine. I am connecting to my TB using vnc using X. I've googled a bit around and found this could be a error of the XKEYBOARD as written here (I am however still not sure): However I cant apply the proposed solution. I've found i need to go to /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/01-armbian-defaults.conf But this file only has the following contents: Section "Monitor" Identifier "Monitor0" Option "DPMS" "false" EndSection Section "ServerFlags" Option "BlankTime" "0" Option "StandbyTime" "0" Option "SuspendTime" "0" Option "OffTime" "0" EndSection Does anyone have the idea where i can enable the XKEYBOARD feauture? And should this even be the correct solution? Thank you in advance,