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  1. I know there has been an Igor account on the forums that has been trolling the forums, just want to make sure that the troll has not made any changes to the focal distribution, masquerading as the legit Igor. I was building from source, and noticed this debug note:
  2. @Pali praise the LORD Jesus Christ! Got it working! Here are the specs: espressobin v7 Armbian running Ubuntu Focal 20.04 Linux kernel v5.8.6 Use the latest Flash image for ddr4 1GB 800_800 AR9380 chipset is recognized and stable. Thank you!!!!
  3. Thank you @Pali I did as you said, no dice. I could get latest 5.8 with 2018 uboot to recognize the wifi card, I could not get 5.6 with your 2020.10-rc4 to recognize the card, it just stops at waiting for kernel...I'm going to try to build my custom kernel with my 5.8 and apply my patches...hopefully that's all I need!
  4. Thank you so much @Pali and also thank you @Igor I thought your comments were amusing. so I’ve tried many different options so far (and by the way I am trying to get this to work on the espressobin, please ignore any comments about the other SBC that I am using I’m not running Armbian on that one). I’m having issues with the latest Armbian (5.6.y) and u-boot (2018) for marvel on the espressobin. Armbian loads up great. the issue is the Atheros Wi-Fi card with the AR 9380 chipset. With that in the mPCIe slot of the espressobin v7, I get the kernel hang I posted earlier.
  5. Thanks for the reply Igor, I tried the latest already. Still doesn't work with ath9k wifi card. Is there an issues with the build script using: https://github.com/MarvellEmbeddedProcessors/u-boot-marvell.git, branch u-boot-2018.03-armada-18.12 This is the latest, that the u-boot build scripts pulls from. Is there a config file I can use to tell the u-boot build script to pull from the u-boot mainline (similar to how I can tell the kernel build script which kernel I want to build)? Perhaps I don't understand fully. TBH I'm just a practitioner. I specifically need 5.4-r
  6. Long story short: Espressobin v7 1GB Armbian (Ubuntu Bionic 18.04) Kernel Mainline 5.4-rc4 (with custom userpatch (compiles fine)) U-Boot 2018.03-devel-18.12.3-gc9aa92c-armbian (Feb 20 2019 - 09:45:04 +0100) Without my Atheros AR9380 chipset (ath9k) wifi card inserted into the mPCIe, boots fine into Ubuntu from SD. With Atheros AR9380 chipset (ath9k) wifi card inserted into mPCIe I get a kernel hang (see below), I'm assuming it's because I'm using: U-Boot 2018.03-devel-18.12.3-gc9aa92c-armbian (Feb 20 2019 - 09:45:04 +0100) But according to this: https://docs.ar