mar0ni

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  1. Fixed by probably this commit and available with release v21.02.3.
  2. Here you go http://ix.io/2QuZ Please let me know what I can do to support the hunting
  3. running armbian-config that way, menu navigation is broken
  4. Hi, after apt upgrade, armbian-zsh package is upgraded and breaks ZShell on Armbian Focal Desktop. During initial setup of Armbian on Odroid C4, zsh has been selected as default shell. After recent upgrade of armbian-zsh package, shell is switched back to bash w/o notice. Unfortunately, armbian-config is not able to switch between shells, so I am stuck with bash and cannot return to zsh. Is there a way to switch between the shells manually and enable some kind of debug log to see what is going wrong switching shells? BTW: Switching between bash and zsh
  5. Some updates. I tried the same process of burning (flash image using Etcher on a Winsucks laptop with emmc connected using adapter) the Hardkernel Ubuntu Mate (ubuntu-20.04-4.9-mate-odroid-c4-hc4-20201020.img.xz) image and this is booting the C4 from emmc without an SD card inserted with no problems. So, this tells me, the way I am doing it is basically right and also my hardware, the adapter and emmc is working as it should. But NO Armbian image is booting. And I tried current focal mainline desktop, current focal mainline minimal, nightly/test build XFCE, and legacy.
  6. Thanks @Igor, then I will keep trying. At least I know now what should actually work
  7. @IgorTo be honest, I do not get your answer. Is this proof that it should work to boot from emmc w/o sd card inserted. That is what I expected, but how to install Armbian to emmc. What is the correct procedure? Obviously for me and @2020it is not working with the latest image or what am I doing wrong?
  8. I am also having problems booting a C4 from EMMC. The Armbian image I am using is the latest, "Armbian_20.11.10_Odroidc4_focal_current_5.9.14_desktop". So, what I am wondering, even it sounds like a silly question to myself, what is the correct way of installing and booting Armbian to/from EMMC? I used to do it the following way, which is working on e.g. my NanoPi Neo Plus2. etch the Armbian image to a SD card boot from SD, initial setup with root pwd, user do an apt update and apt upgrade install/update the bootloader shutdown SBC insert EMMC
  9. Same problem here. After the last apt upgrade of the firmware package, wifi stopped working.
  10. I can boot the FriendlyArm image from sd card even if Armbian is installed on emmc. But I also cannot boot an Armbian image from SD. So may be you can try to create an FriendlyArm boot SD to do your backup.
  11. Thank you, I fixed the quotation in the script
  12. Slightly improved and simplified script (still room for improvement, I guess). #!/bin/bash if [ ! -d /sys/class/pwm/pwmchip1/pwm0 ]; then echo 0 > /sys/class/pwm/pwmchip1/export fi sleep 1 while [ ! -d /sys/class/pwm/pwmchip1/pwm0 ]; do sleep 1 done ISENABLE=`cat /sys/class/pwm/pwmchip1/pwm0/enable` if [ $ISENABLE -eq 1 ]; then echo 0 > /sys/class/pwm/pwmchip1/pwm0/enable fi echo 50000 > /sys/class/pwm/pwmchip1/pwm0/period echo 1 > /sys/class/pwm/pwmchip1/pwm0/enable # max speed run 5s echo 0 > /sys/class/pwm/pwmchip1/pwm0/duty_cycle sleep 5 echo 49994 &
  13. Thanks for clarification . I have read this in your first post's documentation and therefor chose "amsoc" during installation. It seems that armsoc is also not that snappy, but good to know that glamor is even worse. Let's hope mainline with a current X server arrives soon