RussianNeuroMancer

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  1. Is anyone noticed that screen sometimes turns black for a second or two, at least on Gnome Shell Wayland session? With Dell UP3017 display (2560x1600) on Linux 5.10 I seen this issue frequently. After upgrade to 5.11 and changing screen resolution to 1920x1200 it's happens rarely, but still happens. Actually, I seen this issues even with ODROID C4 and N2+ (originally reported on Hardkernel forum). Logs: http://ix.io/2Wbc
  2. It's seems like rollback to uboot 2020.04 (specifically, I used this package) fixed it (found this idea here).
  3. Try to detach and then attach Ethernet cable, and see if it helps. In my case - it does.
  4. Getting similar issue with meson8b-dwmac on Libre Computer AML-S905X-CC. Cable definitely plugged in (orange and green leds light up), DHCP is totally fine, and even meson8b-dwmac report that link in up in dmesg. Yet systemd-networkd could not receive IP address from DHCP. Detaching and attaching cable back let me workaround this issue, but if I just reboot - it's almost always happening again. Tested both of currnet 5.10.21 and edge 5.11.11 kernels, reproducible in both cases, although with 5.11 success rate (of getting address from DHCP server) is noticeable higher, yet it's not
  5. I didn't have this issue yet (at least on 5.10.21) but just in case I configured two networkd-based bridges, one with slave with Name=enp* and another slave with Name=eth*
  6. Keep in mind that after package upgrade you also should install new uboot release via armbian-config.
  7. Is there any way to get DisplayPort over USB Type-C working on anything besides Firefly image? I tried Armbian legacy once again (this time I tested images for both of Renegade Elite and Station P1; latter image was tested with rk3399-roc-pc-mezzanine.dtb too) but unfortunately DisplayPort doesn't work at all (tested Dell DA300 and Belkin F4U093) - I guess due to difference in uboot version? Or maybe 4.4 tree by ayufan missing something for this board?
  8. Issue with Samsung 970 EVO is no longer reproducible for me on uboot 2020.10 and Linux 5.10.
  9. Yes, it does slight positive effect - now I seeing kernel boot log and then Armbian desktop. However, everything after uboot (both of kernel log and Armbian desktop) is distorted by exactly same rendering artifact I described here (probably because balbes150 used same patch in his Armbian fork).
  10. Re-tested with Dell DA300 - no positive changes. https://pastebin.ubuntu.com/p/pDsdRpmHCr/ (PARTUUID is different, as it's seems I like accidentally wiped microSD I used for testing DisplayPort last time, so I had to repeat all this extelinux, kernel extract and uboot steps, with adjusting PARTUUID in extlinux.conf.)
  11. Armbianmonitor: https://pastebin.ubuntu.com/p/qymdnDjRpH/ Re-tested Armbian 21.02.1 focal server and focal desktop images: 1. I found that not-working audio playback via integrated H3 Audio Codec probably was caused by some issues in asound.state file or UCM file for audio adapter (if there is any). Shortly, if I just boot Focal desktop image and try to playback audio via 3.5mm jack - it works. However, if I enable and then disable H3 Audio Codec in pavucontrol - then audio playback via 3.5mm jack just stop working. 2. Microphone doesn't work even on fresh Focal server (v
  12. Yes, hopefully I wall have a chance to test it mid Februrary or a bit later. (By the way, I going to get Dell DA300 on next week or so.) Understood.
  13. You mean "anything" literally or "anything besides microSD/eMMC"? With change described here this board works for me. Armbian 21.02.0-trunk is installed on eMMC and I typing this message on this board right it now. There is of course several issues, such as not working DisplayPort and unreliable Type-C ports behavior, but at least it's as good as ROCKPro64, even Gnome Shell Wayland works (earlier it was limited to X11 due to workaround).
  14. Yep, that did it - when HDMI support is disabled in uboot 2020.10 issue is not reproducible on Libre Computer ROC-RK3399-PC. Thank you for advice!
  15. Did you checked ssh? Could be something like this: I have similar issue, and ssh works for me, and even Xorg works.