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  1. Just updated to 5.85 with 4.19-41-cubox kernel. I don't see the unknown symbol messages. I do lose the hdmi output though. If I add 'imxdrm' to 'etc/modules', my monitor turns on just like before (after a reboot).
  2. I also lost hdmi... After some searches I decided to try: "sudo insmod /lib/modules/4.19.20-cubox/kernel/drivers/gpu/drm/imx/imxdrm.ko" (If I understand correctly, this insert a kernel module that I did see on the previous kernel, but not on this one with lsmod). I instantly got output on my monitor. I've also tried adding this module (imxdrm) to /etc/modules. This also helps, although you only get a picture on your monitor when the login is reached... so you don't see startup-messages. Now lets hope that: 1. this also works for you, and 2. someone who is knowledgeab
  3. This post is, more or less, a continuation of something I started here, but adapted to Armbian. I will start with an overview of what I have done (maybe this is relevant) and finish with my questions. What I've done: I have a Hummingboard Gate with a Mikrobus RS485 click 3.3V (this one: In order to make this work I need to change a few things in de device tree. The dtb that my board uses is 'imx6dl-hummingboard2.dtb' so I copy that file to my home directory for safe keeping. cd ~ sudo cp /boot/dtb-4.19.18-cubox/imx6dl-hummingbo
  4. Hi, I've just created a SD-card with Armbian Bionic (mainline kernel 4.19.y) for a Hummingboard Gate. I noticed during boot that it says it uses U-boot version 2013.10-rc4. This seems quite old compared to the 2018 version that was on the Debian Stretch image from SolidRun. I've tried to search the internet to see what the impact of something like this is and wasn't able to find something that made sense to me (could be entirely my fault). I therefore have the question: Is the U-boot version intentional? (maybe it has some features that newer versions have dropped.)