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  1. I made some attempts to boot this image from an SD card (other options are not useful to me), but failed to get it going. I did find the script on the slightly older image, after uninstalling pulseaudio and related drivers, the audio controls on the GUI were simply gone, and from a run of Kodi it seems that the system recognizes the analog output only, but even then, when I plug my headphone, it stays completely silent. I do not have that much time to spend and this new image clearly has quite a bit of technical debt still - it is not solving any problems for me, so I won't be building the all-in-1 setup that I had in mind. If I were Odroid, I would base myself on N2-specific image, and try to get the remaining drivers integrated in the mainline kernel.
  2. I have an SD card only, and no eMMC. I see no Instead I renamed boot.scr to boot.scr.old, and copied boot.scr.mmc to boot.scr. This time it boots up and all looks fine, except a set of error messages when I switch from GUI to console: fe.dai-link-0: ASoC: no backend DAIs enabled for fe.dai-link-0 repeated a few dozen times. Sadly, the audio devices are still not available
  3. It didn't boot - I flashed the first desktop on an SD card and I didn't het the N2 started. No heartbeat LED. Is it missing something?
  4. I will try as soon as i get a chance - I've got some social obligations today but i will get back on this
  5. I now see that N2 support is "WIP" I missed that earlier .. I guess the audio drivers have yet to make it into the kernel. Well so far so good .. Armbian also has a correct working text mode cursor, it would definitely be my choice for a NAS, and for adding Kodi I will just have to wait.
  6. Hi, I am using the Odroid N2, and I have recently switched from the Hardkernel-supplied Ubuntu Mate, to an Armbian version with kernel 5. I was hoping to combine a homemade NAS using CPU accelerated LUKS-encrypted disks with a Kodi mediacenter, and the N2 seems to have excellent properties to do both. Installing these Armbian functions immediately fixed a few problems that Hardkernel's Ubuntu had (unstable BTRFS driver, and I also see no sign of the USB3 disconnect problems that Odroid used to have). However, this version has a problem to recognize audio hardware - in the GUI, I am unable to select HDMI audio or analog audio. - For the choice of "Default Server", I see the following options: {3ed2e13b98b344e2be6883689b69143e}unix:/run/user/1000/pulse/native <my own hostname> <an account on a LibreElec box running elsewhere on my LAN> - For the choice of "Default Sink", I only get "Dummy Output", regardless of the above choice I make For reference: - Audio on the Hardkernel edition works normally. I can choose analog or HDMI audio, and when I choose HDMI audio, the sound comes out of my monitor speakers. - The Hardkernel used kernel version 4.9, where I am now using kernel 5.4. I tried both Bionic Desktop with kernel 5.4, and Buster Server with kernel 5.4 where I installed the GUI from armbian-config. Is this a known problem (e.g. with kernel 5.4), and/or is there a way I can troubleshoot this?