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  1. @fabiobassa Yes. I'm thinking about the defective emmc issue because I have several 3318 boxes and 1 box get this kernel panic issue, an other box get crashed after several hours running, other ones work well over time.
  2. Sometimes, I got this error after running the "shutdown now" command. Sometimes, the box shutdown normally using this command. During regular runtime or start up, I have not found this error. Note: because of the LCD screen resolution so there are some text on the left are missing then you may feel this is starting up state. I just got this error again today:
  3. @jock Sometimes I got the kernel panic as below. Do you think this error is related to hardware or armbian kernel?
  4. I install Home Assisstant Supervisor, Docker on this box. >Did kernel crashed before new installation or crashes even with unloaded system ? It works normally after finishing all the installation, only crashes after several hours of working (10-24 hours). I have 2 boxes of 3318 and only 1 box got this issue. If this issue related to hardware, I still confused how to see the log of the system to see the root cause. Thank you.
  5. Hello @jock Sometimes, my 3318 box (T9 4GB memory + 32GB flash) stop working (there is no network, no signal on HDMI etc). If I unplug the power and plug the power again, it works again but repeat this error after 1-2 days. There is no heavy service on this box. The CPU temperature is around 50-55 degres. I just confused which command should I check once booting the box again to find out the root cause of this issue. Thank you.
  6. if you want to install fresh updated Armbian, you can try rkdeveloptool from pinned topic off RK322X. Try to clock pin and follow the guide similar to the way to unbrick the board.
  7. @jock For my RK3318 box, everything works well but recently there is always error message during starting up. The message is "[FAILED] Failed to start Resets System Activity Logs.", Here is the detail status of this service: root@mybox:~# systemctl status sysstat.service ● sysstat.service - Resets System Activity Logs Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/sysstat.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Thu 2021-11-25 12:10:54 +07; 26min ago Docs: man:sa1(8) man:sadc(8) man:sar(1) Process: 698 ExecStart=/usr/lib/sysstat/sa1 --boot (code=exited, status=2) Main PID: 698 (code=exited, status=2) CPU: 38ms Warning: journal has been rotated since unit was started, output may be incomplete. So I just confused how to fix this one. Thank you.
  8. https://github.com/home-assistant/os-agent/tree/main#using-home-assistant-supervised-on-debian @tv4you2016you can try this tutorial. Please note you should run the following command to see the detail log of installing process: journalctl -f -u hassio-supervisor.service You can post the log of your problem and others can suggest you more detail solution.
  9. I will study more how to patch some additional files but could you share the source code to build RK3318 image? Thank you so much for your support.
  10. That's good idea but I don't know how to modify the .iso file while keep the files system consistency. I need to install a lot of applications and library such as docker etc.
  11. @jock I have an idea as follow to clone an Armbian box to new one and will try this weekend if reasonable. For instance, we have H96 max with 64GB flash. If making full backup of 64G flash and restore, it takes a lot of time. Here are major steps: Step 1: Install the Armbian according to your guide from page 1 (only take 1 minute to finish) to the box 1. Step 2: Boot Armbian from box 1 and using partition tool to divide the eMMC flash into 2 partitions,: partition 1 from beginning to 5GB. Partition 2 is remaining space Step 3: Make the backup of partition 1 by rkdeveloptool or similar partition tool to the PC Step 4: Install the fresh armbian to the box 2 like Step 1(only take 1 minute to finish) Step 5: boot the box 2 and make 2 partitions like Step 2. Step 6: using rkdevelopetool or similar to to restore the backup from Step 3 to partition 1 of box 2 I don't have much experience with partition tool on Linux and this is just idea. Please give us your any comments if any. Thank you.
  12. I've tried your way by decompressing the backup.gz file first then the extracted file is very big (the size is 16GB equal to the original eMMC size) and it takes much time to fully restoring. So is there a way to reduce the size of extracted image to save the restoring time? For example, the original size of eMMC is 16GB then the extracted image is also 16GB but the actual data size is only around 2-3GB. My idea is how to keep the data size only in the image and remove the blank data of the backup image. That might help to reduce the backup image even after decompressing.
  13. @jockI've tried but not success, may be I'm not lucky man :D. By the way, is there a way to restore the backup.gz from multitool to new box using "rkdeveloptool wl 0X0 yourimage.img" command? I mean change yourimage.img file with backup.gz.
  14. I used Etcher to flash the Armbian image to the SD card as usual but it is unable to boot from SD card.
  15. Thank you for detail explanation in a basic way. I can understand the logic of booting process now. After booting from eMMC successfully, I try to boot from SD card again to try the multitool but not success. At current, my box still only can boot from eMMC. I guess using rkdevelopertool to backup will create the .img file that could be restored using "rkdeveloptool wl 0X0 yourimage.img" command, right? I will try to backup the entire eMMC using rkdevelopetool and report the result later.
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