julian67

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  1. sudo apt -y install patience ; cat /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-2 ; echo "be nice"
  2. Additionally the resources you link to on page one, Yandex and Mega, have different contents! Most people outside the Russia centric world don't use Yandex but might use Mega, yet all this stuff I'm supposed to automatically find is *not* in the Mega directories. There is zero indication that they might be different on page 1!
  3. I'm sorry you feel my posts are useless, but the headers for the armbian version I'm running are not in that list. I used your build, linked to from your first post $uname -a Linux aml 5.5.0-rc6-aml-s9xxx. $ apt search linux-image-current Sorting... Done Full Text Search... Done linux-image-current-aml-s9xxx/now 20.02.0-rc1.038 arm64 [installed,local] Linux kernel, version 5.5.0-rc6-aml-s9xxx etc. (there is no other aml version available on a fully up to date system on which apt update has just run. $ apt search linux-headers-current S
  4. That is helpful, thank you. But it would still be better if there was a simple headers .deb available in the usual debian/armbian way.
  5. @balbes150 Hi balbes150, I'm using this image on my Tanix X3 Max s905w and it's excellent, thank you. In future versions could you include a kernel headers .deb package? It would help a lot and is much preferable than the end user needing to set up a cross compile environment and repeat the work you already did. Thanks again.
  6. Should there not be a kernel headers package obtainable via apt?
  7. I'm running Armbian_20.02.0-rc1.038_Aml-s9xxx_bullseye_current_5.5.0-rc6_20200205 headless on my Tanix. Everything is great but I would like to get the clock display working nicely. I need the kernel headers but cannot find any headers for this version. Can you point me to the right place? Thanks.