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  1. If anyone is interested: I designed a new cover instead of the acrylic plate. I broke it because I tried to drill a hole into it to get access to the power pins: I made a new one in Fusion 360 to be 3D-printed or laser cut: With it you get access to all pins (power, PCIe, GPIO, serial and SPI) and the reset button. The picture is of version 1. The newer version on thingiverse has larger cutouts and holes.
  2. Thanks! Higher boot verbosity doesn't give any more details:
  3. Has anybody tried to build an image recently? I get a working image out of 20.05 with focal and dev kernel. It stops booting after an upgrade. It hangs on "starting kernel" (console). And if I try to build one on master with dev it doesn't boot at all. Over HDMI it shows the following. First I thought it was the HDMI-boot problem of rk3399 ( @piter75 ), but it doesn't change without HDMI cable. The green LED just keeps flashing and nothing happens. EDIT: Oh and with master and current it boots, but ethernet doesn't
  4. Since I also had this problem: Your time is probably off. I installed an image from a while ago and the time on the board didn't update. Then the certificates are invalid, because they're only valid for 30 days. I did set the time roughly correct to get it going: sudo date --set="2020-06-26 09:05:59.990" After that everything starts working again.
  5. I've built the current branch which is 5.4.20. You could go dev which I believe is 5.5.x.
  6. I've build 20.02. It's working fine (still powering via 12V).
  7. I would test the roc-rk3399-pc for you as I have it here and it works now with power via headers. It appears in your testing list, but it's not being build right now. I can build it myself, but that might defeat the purpose 😀
  8. I finally got everything together to power this thing via the 12V header and it works I did a minimal Ubuntu build like two weeks ago and it booted fine. I ran sbc-bench: Now it might be something more than a paper weight
  9. Do you know which pin is what? Edit: Found an image of the add-on board, where it's labeled.
  10. Does anyone know if I can power this thing via the 12V header? The documentation on this is lacking. It should work since the mezzanine board can provide power either via battery or PoE. I do have a beefy 5V power supply, but it's in use and I do have a spare 12V power supply. I also have a USB-C PD power supply, but apparently that doesn't switch to higher voltages yet...
  11. It works out of the box. After the first boot just choose to move everything to the connected SSD in armbian-config. I am booting from an SSD and have two more HDDs connected.
  12. Interesting. I don't recall it being picky with the power supply when I tried the images from Firefly. They are horrible by the way, somebody called it "dependency hell". It took me about an hour to just get it to apt upgrade
  13. You should probably set your locales manualy. At least it's what I had to so, because dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration is buggy Check the output of locale and set everything to de_DE.UTF-8: It should then work without # set convert-meta off
  14. It's already available: 5$ is pretty nice!
  16. I have that enclosure. You can get it from aliexpress for less than half of that price (the one on the German Amazon shipped from China anyway). For 2.5" maybe this one: Mediasonic 4 x 2.5”
  17. You need both the black sata data cables and the power cable (the one on the right).
  18. If you need more than two drives, just get SATA power splitters and split the two SATA power plugs that the included power cable has. If you're unsure about powering the nanopi just get a 12V laptop power supply with the right barrel jack and power everything via the SATA hat. Something like this: power supply I am powering it via the (square) 4 pin ATX plug. EDIT: An Alternative would be a molex male to male adapter and then a molex to 4x SATA power cable. I couldn't find any male molex to SATA adapters
  19. I've got mine in the mail two weeks ago. I had to pay customs Today I've flashed an A1 SD-Card and tried the Firefly Ubuntu image. It runs ok. sbc-bench: