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  1. Nice product! It's a variant of the SOM based on the same SOC:
  2. I tried something:
  3. I can try to help on some features to port them (obviously the one concerning device tree), but I don't consider that I'm a bash expert (that was my first real bash script). Moreover, I may be quite busy in the coming weeks...
  4. If you want integrated wifi, several sbc can be used and some others will require an usb wifi dongle. The key For instance, the pineH64-B with 2 or 3GB of ram may do the job quite well and you can add an emmc module: A similar device is Orange Pi Lite 2. If you want something closer to a tv box, station M1 is also a nice choice even if it is only community supported for now: If you want a stronger cpu, any of the armbian supported sbc based on rk3399 will answer your needs (check for wi
  5. Armbian community is not developing wifi drivers. You have to ask it from the manufacturer of this chip or the sbc (tv box?). For the supported wifi chips, you just have to install the armbian firmware (full firmware package using armbian-config). If it is not recognized, it'll be quite difficult to make it working without dev and compiling skills and obviously without the driver binary or source codes.
  6. I didn't check recently, but it seems better than the official install, since at the end you get hassio and not just home-assistant . I'll try it for my net install!
  7. For this software, I prefer to use the docker official installation method with standard linux install over docker:
  8. Depending on your use cases, it depends. I use one tv box with this soc as a home server with an "old" armbian custom build of Balbes150. However, he decided to stop amlogic support in his armbianTV builds. You can try to download an old image from his repo available from this topic :
  9. Using sudo is also a good idea if some resources used by armbianmonitor needs root privileges. If I remember well it solves this issue last time I tried.
  10. On my side I prefer to use debian builds on the current boards I currently run at home (edge-v, station M1, pinh64-b). When I update packages, u-boot and kernel may be upgraded as armbian specific packages so that I'm always up-to-date without having to make a fresh install. Concerning your ubuntu specific package upgrade, I can't answer you, but if you system work as expected...
  11. Station M1 is based on a firefly board quite similar to roc-rk3328-cc. However, the M1 has a different layout with all ports on the left or on the right, and it is enclosed in a metal case used also as a heat sink. The device tree is also different (rk3328-roc-pc instead of rk3328-roc-cc) and by default a smooth android 10 system is installed on emmc. Additionally, the powering of this board is ensured by a 5V USB-C port instead of a micro-usb for the roc-cc. You can find official pictures and specifications here. My M1 has 2GB ram and 16GB emmc but variants with 4GB ram and more e
  12. Hi, I received this week my M1 obtained from the giveaway . I will try to report regularly the images I'll test, but there is 2 kinds of images: csc armbian and armbianTV images. Which one should be preferred?
  13. Hi Christos, Thanks for reporting this issue too. What is your kernel? I suppose that you tried to decompile from fs, but have you tried to decompile from the dtb in use from /boot/dtb ?
  14. Hi, I can confirm that latest available testing image based on groovy, downloaded directly from armbian pine64 page works well !
  15. I already use it on x86 like some others tools by the same author/team: fd, hyperfind and ripgrep. Their softwares are developped in rust and provide nice features and performances.