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  1. var/log should already be ram (zramctl) in sync. non-persistent logging defeats the purpose. what you can do is log to /tmp (tmpfs) en set logrotate entry to /tmp/... with the options you mentioned.
  2. bashrc is supposed to be for interactive uses, I don't really know how getty interpretes this and it's difficult debugging from another end. Anyhow, the best/conventional method to do what you want is by writing a systemd service such as https://www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk/2015/10/how-to-autorun-a-python-script-on-boot-using-systemd/, which basically describes your usecase though omits User= specification.
  3. Try changing /var/log/smartbit/goccp.log to /var/log.hdd/smartbit/goccp.log /var/log is a ramlog mount that's synced underwater to /var/log.hdd to decrease SD writes.
  4. Try updating 20-autologin; [Unit] ... Wants=graphical.target After=graphical.target ...
  5. yes this is an issue with newest downloadable buster image, been meaning to fix that but no time yet at hand. workaround for classic specification (/etc/network/interfaces) auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp hwaddress ether 12:34:56:78:9A:BC or set dhcp-client-identifier 12:34:56:78:9A:BC in dhclient.conf (https://linux.die.net/man/5/dhclient.conf)
  6. Did you try NFS? SMB3 traffic might be encrypted. It took my H3/GbE a lot of sweat transferring 2TB onto USB thru SMB3 earlier this week.
  7. other alternative; raspberry pi imager. https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/
  8. Odd, I have a MXQ 4k pro v2.0 box (2G/16G) with rk3228a (sticker on the back). None of the images on the first page boot off SD card,but LibreELEC-RK322x.arm-9.2-devel-20200427213119-b7186bc-rk3228a-mxq4kpro.img boots alright. Original kernel in firmware (android) is 3.x. Remote pretty dead too.
  9. Do a fake-hwclock save as /etc/cron.daily/fake-hwclock at your requested interval. Chrony enables kernel mode (11 minute sync) by default (rtcsync). In a proper restart scenario fake-hwclock should handle stuff properly. (see /etc/fake-hwclock.data)
  10. Try adding mem=512M to kernel parameters in boot.cmd/boot.scr, smells like defective memory.
  11. Just guessing here, but I think your next project will be Armbian Glasses.
  12. modify /etc/init.d/shairport-sync, -19 will not be pretty overall. Try changing preemption model in kernel and settings for shairport-sync (latency) if any.