Teddybee

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  1. - I put the latest armbian focal with 5.7.2 kernel to sd card - renamed the u-boot.sd to u-boot.ext - box run well, shell colors all right But after I installed the system to the emmc, the colours looks wierd again, green background on the linux shell. Can somebody help me what to do? I renamed back th u-boot.ext to u-boot.sd, but it doesn't work.
  2. Beelink GT1 has the same PSF-2447 (ethernet?) chip. PS: There are just some coil in it, doesn't matter for OS. Odroid C2 has the same ethernet. So it should be working in armbian.
  3. Thanks. I did it that way as well. It is not working on my box, but if I plug the sd card with reader in the usb, and copy the u-boot.usb to .ext, it was working. At least the colours are fixed, but the ethernet still bad. Have you done anything else with the ethernet? I have tried the sudo ethtool –s [device_name] speed 100 duplex full autoneg on , without luck.
  4. What kind of meson-sm1-sei610-ethfix.dtb have you used? I am struggling the same issue, but if I rename the u-boot.sd, the box is stuck in boot loop (reboots every 2 seconds).
  5. I have the same issue with armbian 20.08 temp is 80 C. The box is t95u pro, I put a proper heatsink on it that works well under libreelec(probably with kernel 3 or 4.x). Has anyone a link to the kernel 4.x version armbian? I haven't found it anywhere...
  6. Is there any cheap s905x3 box that has gigabit ethernet working with armbian?
  7. @root-stas Thank you for your guide. Unfortunately I still don't have working wired network on my x99 pro plus / x88 pro x3 / Transpeed X3 Plus. (these are the same, some said) I have tries some meson-sm1-sei610-ethfix.dtb -s, I have seen the ethernet device, but it simply doesn't ping. DHCP is not working, I changed the network adapter's setttings to autonegotiation off, 100mbit, static ips, nothing helped. My dts file's netwotk part from android is so different than the ethfix dtb/dts's. I am thinking about using the Ubuntu 20 with 4.xx kernel. Would that work with my extracted android dtb? This is my ethernet parts from the dts:
  8. I have an X99 Max Plus box. The dtb is extracted from the original android 9. The dtb's original name is sm1_ac213_4g.dtb, but it has some different content in it than the others. Unfortunately the latest ubuntu, Armbian_20.05.4_Arm-64_focal_current_5.7.0-rc5, don't want to boot with it. Could somebody help me? I will attached the dtb, if somebody needed(as soon as I figure out how to do that in this forum).