I am new to this forum, and stumbled upon Armbian while looking for OS options for the NanoPi M4 board. Great work!
The board is running well now, but I do have a few questions:
Armbian is WIP, but as NicoD says it's actually very stable. Any idea when it's going to "supported" officially?
I did have an issue with the 4.4 kernel, which I worked around. How is your experience with more recent kernels, is it advisable to upgrade? Or will the official image be upgraded from the LibreElec kernel? (Compiling a kernel still seems a little bit daunting to me, although I did it on x86 chips years ago).
What timeframe is to be expected for upgrading to Debian 10, once "it's ready"? I don't need a full-blown server at home (using it for Nextcloud, mainly), so those low-power SBC are great fun but I'm trying to make my mind up whether to consider a self-build x86 server (based on Ryzen 3 2200GE) or whether I should go "all in" on NanoPi M4 and Armbian.