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  1. Correct. Compare ... /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf ... in debian and ubutu.
  2. @nylonatathep Very good! This works as well for the original "red PCB"-Version (and should become the default when compiling armbian within a day or two).
  3. This feature has part of the dtsi upstream since the introduction of sunxi-h3-nanopi.dtsi into mainline in 4.10 - IMHO armbian should not deviate from mainline unnecessarily. An overlay to remove the r_gpio_keys node would be a better alternative for usere wanting to use that button for other purposes.
  4. @sgjava the Duo inherits this feature from this node in sun8i-h3-nanopi.dtsi: r_gpio_keys { compatible = "gpio-keys"; input-name = "k1"; pinctrl-names = "default"; pinctrl-0 = <&sw_r_npi>; k1 { label = "k1"; linux,code = <KEY_POWER>; gpios = <&r_pio 0 3 GPIO_ACTIVE_LOW>; }; }; You could make an overlay to remove this node using the /delete-node/ or /delete-property/ syntax. See also:
  5. Users wanting to use debian builds with NetworkManager/wpa_supplicant should add the following lines to /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf: [device] wifi.scan-rand-mac-address=no Ubuntu builds (bionic, focal) already contain these lines. This seems to solve the current issue on systems with the xradio wifi chip (opi zero, nanopi duo etc.)
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