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  1. That should be resolved as of this PR https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/6580
  2. does Armbian image use same DDR blobs as Joshua's?
  3. I believe so. The other Armbian user space tools for networking do.
  4. There are rk3588 edge overlays available for SATA https://github.com/armbian/build/tree/main/patch/kernel/rockchip-rk3588-edge/overlay
  5. don't know if this method still works but thought i'd share it https://github.com/armbian/documentation/issues/116
  6. You would need to use the Armbian build tool to build a custom kernel with the missing modules such as tcp-nvme. The Linux-modules-extras won't be an option in Armbian because it's only to supplement a specific corresponding Debian official kernel.
  7. Try using Armbian builder to build an image there is a 4se config in there I added it after helping some one in irc one night. I don't recall the state. I don't have a 4se https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/main/config/boards/rock-4se.csc
  8. I believe those accelerations are only available on rklinux using the legacy/vendor kernel. Armbian's Odroid M1 does not support rklinux only mainline linux. https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/main/config/boards/odroidm1.conf#L6
  9. nope that's from the rockchip 6.1 vendor kernel. It's not compatible with mainline linux
  10. LiX's Nanopi-R5C CSC stuff is in the Armbian build tree, but no automated community images are being published currently. Unofficial unsupported R5C builds here: https://refuge.armsurvivors.icu/lanefu/lanefu_24.2.0-trunk_Nanopi-r5c_bookworm_current_6.6.13/ https://refuge.armsurvivors.icu/lanefu/lanefu_24.2.0-trunk_Nanopi-r5c_sid_edge_6.7.1/
  11. This won't feel very helpful, but basically you'll need to make a device tree for the cm3588 nas board. I've yet to find a good read on introducing people to device tree and how to navigate but hopefully you can find something. Example: https://github.com/torvalds/linux/blob/master/arch/arm64/boot/dts/rockchip/rk3588-nanopc-t6.dts
  12. User here had similar issues with EVO 860 Weirdest coincidental solution ever. Guessing early console some how gave more time for the drive to init in time? https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/6031
  13. Okay new discovery.. seem's to be a drive-specific issue.... Experiencing Issue with no init on boot issue on -- Samsung SSD 860 PRO 256GB I have another device working fine on boot.. no issue. -- Samsung SSD 860 EVO 500GB even tried moving both drives around different slots. Behavior was consistent
  14. Another me too Drives don't initialize on boot.. ATA ports show down... if i hot plug a drive, it comes right up. Observed issue on fresh kernel builds of 6.1.62 6.6.1 Tried fresh uboot from edge as well.
  15. Make sure you're building with EXPERT=yes The rk3588 edge kernel is already 6.6 rc1 https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/dd5fb3e3f8659e2a502808a7e10b5aeed8ffb18f/config/boards/orangepi5.conf#L3 https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/main/config/sources/families/rockchip-rk3588.conf#L32
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