haajee

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  1. Hi Werner, do you know if this problem is fixed? I have now freezed all Armbian updates because the whole system broke after a kernel update. But what i know this is a problem of all RK3399 boards? Thank you for your answer
  2. Did you have any update? I have now freezed all updates for shure and now runs ok.
  3. I hope it would. But didn't get any anwser. So i did al full reinstall from zero. Sadly today again a update what brokes the whole thing down...! \ Got exactly the same but with Focal. Today this update broke the whole system again after reboot: Bezig met uitpakken van armbian-config (22.02.2) over (22.02.0-trunk.0004) ... Uitpakken van .../armbian-firmware-full_22.02.2_all.deb wordt voorbereid... Bezig met uitpakken van armbian-firmware-full (22.02.2) over (21.08.6) ... Uitpakken van .../armbian-zsh_22.02.2_all.deb wordt voorbereid... Bezig met uitpakken van armbian-zsh (22.02.2) over (22.02.1) ... So i should install from scratch again... This time buster and hopefully the next updates would not broke the system again and again and again I think that it maybe has to do something that my OS is on the USB drive... Edit: ok, i know a lot more. Also if i enable I2C on armbian-config the system NIC stops working. Also on Focal and Bullseye and it doesn't make sense if i use a usb disk or not.
  4. You made some fault in your script for the os agent. You download the aarch64 but dpkg the x86_64 what is not dowloaded. Correct script should be complete: apt-get install \ jq \ wget \ curl \ udisks2 \ libglib2.0-bin \ network-manager \ dbus -y #next line is for 64bit platforms, need arm7 instead of aarch64 for 32bits wget https://github.com/home-assistant/os-agent/releases/download/1.2.2/os-agent_1.2.2_linux_aarch64.deb dpkg -i os-agent_1.2.2_linux_aarch64.deb wget https://github.com/home-assistant/supervised-installer/releases/latest/download/homeassistant-supervised.deb dpkg -i homeassistant-supervised.deb Or for people who want a littlebit simple in three commands: sudo apt-get install jq wget curl udisks2 libglib2.0-bin network-manager dbus -y #next line is for 64bit platforms, need arm7 instead of aarch64 for 32bits. You need to run this command in SU mode! sudo su wget https://github.com/home-assistant/os-agent/releases/download/1.2.2/os-agent_1.2.2_linux_aarch64.deb dpkg -i os-agent_1.2.2_linux_aarch64.deb wget https://github.com/home-assistant/supervised-installer/releases/latest/download/homeassistant-supervised.deb dpkg -i homeassistant-supervised.deb The supervised version has a lot more functions than the standard home assistant but is not officially supported to run on Armbian. But my experience is that it wil run awesome and stable!
  5. By plugging in the USB NIC i could ssh to the Orange Pi 4 again but did not a working internet connection. Probaply because the DNS server was not correct or something. Anyway i made the following change to got it working. I did go to the dir /etc/NetworkManager/SystemConnections/ I renamed the file 'default' to '_old_default'. There where also 2 files for the builtin NIC i think and my external NIC. So i renamed the internal NIC file to 'default' In the file edited the interfacename eth0 to the USB NIC enx000ec6c13633 After a reboot it works for now with the external NIC. Maybe is the Internal NIC broken because there is a new Orange Pi 4 LTS with another ethernet chip? I see also now that wifi and bluetooth doesn't work anymore after the update...
  6. Hi everyone, After the last armbian update with a new kernel does the internal networkcard not work anymore! Luckely does a USB NIC work and can i run everything but on only 100Mbps iwonstead of 1Gb of the internal NIC. What i remember did this problem also a few years ago happen. I have pasted all the required info to pastebin because armbianmonitor -u does not work. I got an error that network is not availble. Thank you all for you support!
  7. I got the problem with my orange pi4 that even the network doesn't work and got a lot of errors in the display. network connection stops working also!
  8. I read a few instructions for building a kernel. But because better safe than sorry. I want to upgrade the kernel of my Orange Pi 4 to a newer one. it runs now: 4-OrangePi:~:# uname -a Linux 4-OrangePi 5.10.63-rockchip64 #21.08.2 SMP PREEMPT Wed Sep 8 10:57:23 UTC 2021 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux So, for me as beginner with my headless setup it's: 1. run compile.sh 2. Choose U-boot and kernel packages 3. Do not change the kernel configuration 4. Choose the board. Orange Pi 4 5. There we go. Output goes to output/debs/ 6. Copy all the debs files to my Orange Pi 4 and run sudo dpkg -i *.deb
  9. Excuse me @Werner Doe no one have any idea what could be happen?
  10. Hi all, I think i have made a mistake but i don't know what. Do someone know what goes wrong? Yesterday i have played with the PCIe port on the Orange Pi 4 with the original extension module. Plugged in a Dell (Ericsson) 5560 HSPA in the board and it works all fine. It was detected. Did not get the connection working with sim tray but ok. It works and reacts on AT commands. So far so good. Then i tries to plugin a wifi card (doesn't know exactly wich one. I thought Intel 6230) but didn't want to boot and a green led lights up on the PCIe board what i has never seen before. After that i thought: ''hmm, there is here laying a old Dell Latitude D630. There is a PCIe wifi card inside'' so i removed the WLAN board from the laptop (Intel 4965 MM2) and disconnect the 3 cables and plugged the standard wifi cable back that is delivered with the Orange Pi. Boot up but when i was just sitting did hear *pop* and smells like electronics leave there magic smoke. Clearly a chip on the Intel 4965 MM2 board is fried up. Luckely the PCIe and the Orange Pi 4 works normally. But i don't know what happen! Maybe i pushed on the reset button what broke it? I don't really know! Has someone a suggestion? Are the mini PCIe cards what you should not put in?
  11. Hi all, Maybe there are a lot people who got this working but for me was today the day. I buyed a time a go a cheap but fast NVME SSD from Aliexpress. The smallest one a 128GB. I have also a 512GB in my laptop and for the price they are really good. But i needed also a USB-NVME external housing. That is the Ugreen NVME 10GBps to USB adapter. In very short but i will explain more in the future. 1. Flash a MicroSD card with your favourite Armbian to the MicroSD. Update with sudo apt-get update. Also with a SSH session not a problem. 2. Place the USB disk in a USB 3.0 port of the Orange Pi. By the OrangePi 4 it´s the blue one on the top. 3. run the command lsusb 4. Notice the dev id. In my situation it´s 174c:2362 5. Run the command with off course your dev id. Notice the :u at the end that must be added. echo "174c:2362:u" | sudo tee /sys/module/usb_storage/parameters/quirks 6. Replug the USB drive. I see the activity led on the drive short flashing. 7. Run the following command sudo nano /boot/armbianEnv.txt 8. Add the dev id after usbstoragequirks and close and save the file. By my system is the complete row: usbstoragequirks=174c:2362:u,0x2537:0x1066:u,0x2537:0x1068:u 7. Logout and in with your root account! This is very important. With sudo is this not possible. 8. Open armbian-config. Select System->Update Bootloader-> Boot from SD, root from NVME/eMMC etc. 9. The tool will ask you the directory to the disk. Most of time is this standard correct. You get a question about the filesystem. Select EXT4. You get a warning that the disk would be erased. Click on Ok. 10. Wait patiently to finish 11. And without failures you could click reboot and boot from USB/NVME! By my is the Orange:Pi a lot faster! Booting, updating copy files. Everything. I am really happy with this!
  12. Warning for all people who also like me take a lot of time to try to get a LCD on SPI working... Since kernel 5.4 is FBTFT not integrated in the kernel anymore...
  13. I have installed kernel 5.8 but even /sys/class/pwm is also empty.... Someone more suggestions?
  14. IMHO is 85 celsius really hot. I don´t also know how a big themalpad could work. Is the heatsink warm when you run? Mine have i running really slow and the temperature is arround 32 degrees on normal day with normal load. Full speed about 50 degrees. But i need to say that i have also a heatsink on the CPU from an old Fritzbox router. But even on fullspeed is the fan really quiet and you need to listen very well to here it run. In my opinion is 15 euros a really good deal when i compare with a lot of noisie fans i have. The only problem is that the fan is a little bit bigger than the fan opening of the Geekworm case... So i din´t have the original cover on the case...
  15. Very sorry for my always late anwsers. I have my nf-a4x20-5v-pwm directly connected to gnd and 5V pin on the orange pi. The PWM pin do i have connected to pin 7. The RPM pin did i have not connected. I have bought the Noctua in a local internet store for arround €12,- without shipping. The fan is also on full speed so much silent than al the fans i got. I am a really Fanboy now of Noctua I could advice you to buy. more specifications are here https://noctua.at/en/products/fan/nf-a4x20-5v-pwm All what you post is exactly the same what i have... I don´t see a different.