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  1. @s-petersen - what kind of u-boot are you using on this device? i guess you use the u-boot on the device to load and boot the kernel from usb? - this might actually work as you seem to have proven
  2. @chewitt - not really automated, but at least a way to get the acs info from a box boot block: look at an existing acs file for that type of soc - usually it is possible to find the signature of its beginning in the boot area of a box dump and iirc the end is clear from size and some free space afterwards as well - this worked well for me for g12a and sm1 where acs can be assembed in properly when building new boot blocks - see: https://github.com/hexdump0815/u-boot-misc/blob/d75cf6cbb8f95d7b32ab7f66111c79196d7f7c07/readme.gxy#L153-L158 for gxl i extracted the bl* parts (one of which also contains the ram timing) from the box boot blocks via glximg and reassembled new bootblocks based on them - see: https://github.com/hexdump0815/u-boot-misc/blob/b10b9a5aca46438233fde86f96b452d76d7158f8/readme.gxl#L115-L160 but i guess you know most of that already best wishes - hexdump
  3. hi @chewitt - i cannot test it as i gave my k2 away a while ago, but i would be curious about what you did still ... can you maybe say a bit about it or link the patches used? best wishes - hexdump
  4. i think amlogic socs do not support booting from usb ... there is some usb boot mode which is something quite different: sending over a kernel or u-boot via usb from another system using some very special protocol and i guess this is not what you are looking for - no idea if its even supported on the s805 - see https://github.com/superna9999/pyamlboot best wishes - hexdump
  5. @jock and JMCC: i think this is what you ment: https://github.com/hexdump0815/u-boot-misc/blob/master/readme.rk3328#L43-L53 - right? i think you had it initially in your rk322x instructions, but dropped it at some point. best wishes - hexdump
  6. @pennm - not directly armbian, but maybe it is the same problem there too: https://github.com/hexdump0815/linux-mainline-and-mali-rockchip-rk33xx-kernel/commit/ece606e53780dec397cca7c1f10d70d57f1d0511 good luck and best wishes - hexdump
  7. @jock - little update: v12 of the patches is out - it is essentially v11 pus the above mentioned fixes and rebased for v5.19: https://lore.kernel.org/lkml/20220614071650.206064-1-yuzhao@google.com/ https://patchwork.kernel.org/project/linux-mm/list/?series=650073 https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MGLRU-v12-For-Linux-5.19-rc https://github.com/hexdump0815/kernel-extra-patches/tree/main/multi-gen-lru/v12 best wishes - hexdump
  8. @rzu- i did not try the images from waprme's minimyth2, but i'm using the patches for both the h6 and h616 to build my own images (not armbian) and they are working very well so far - i would say its the most complete patch collection for h616 right now best wishes and good luck - hexdump
  9. @maziizam - you might try to dd this u-boot: boot-amlogic_sm1-aarch64-x96-air.dd.gz or boot-amlogic_sm1-aarch64-x96-air-serial.dd.gz from https://github.com/hexdump0815/u-boot-misc/releases/tag/200926-01 (after unzip) to the beginning of the disk via: dd if=boot-xyz.dd of=/dev/your-sd-card bs=512 seek=1 skip=1 (the seek/skip tries to preserve the partitiona table) good luck and best wishes - hexdump
  10. @jock- just fyi: there is now an updated version of the extra patch from the patch series author against mglru v11: https://github.com/hexdump0815/kernel-extra-patches/commit/87ba91b3503f95d625ab5eed403e47e65986fd89 still got some warnings with the old version
  11. @jock - i already sent you a pm about this, but meanwhile i tested it to be working for me, so maybe its better to post it here as well in case others are interested too: i got a response from the mglru patch series author and a patch which seems to fix the problem on 32bit arm for me (tested on rk3288 with 2gb ram so far) - the patch can be found here: https://github.com/hexdump0815/kernel-extra-patches/blob/main/multi-gen-lru/v11/v11-15-extra-patch-from-author-with-armv7l-fix.diff good luck and best wishes - hexdump
  12. @jock - after running the patches successfully for a while on aarch64 i gave it a try on 32bit arm too and failed in a similar way as you did: those patches seem to simply not work on 32bit arm - i sent an email to the patch series author and will let you know once i'll get a response ...
  13. @TRS-80 - i would recommend a kukui = mt8183 chromebook - you can get them used for really cheap (around 100 $ or euro) and it looks like with v5.18 and a few patches on top nearly everything is working (except external display via usb-c and the webcams on some models - on most models the webcam is usb video class and thus even working) and you do not have to struggle with all the pain points of the pinebook pro like strange noises and a really lowest quality touchpad ...
  14. just some random information from the side: it never worked for me with mainline on my self built (non armbian) kernels - so i guess its simply broken for tegra 210 ...
  15. @jock - does it even have 32bit arm support? i thought it was only for x86_64 and arm64 and there are also some extra code parts which are only in there for those two arches. best wishes - hexdump
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