registr123 reacted to jbergler in Helios64 Support
If you, like myself, installed on eMMC and are experiencing the crashes on 20.08.14 - I booted up via a 20.08.10 sdcard and fixed the environment on emmc
# mount the emmc + get ready to chroot mkdir /mnt/chroot mount /dev/mmcblk1p2 /mnt/chroot/ mount /dev/mmcblk1p1 /mnt/chroot/media/mmcboot mount --bind /mnt/chroot/media/mmcboot/boot/ /mnt/chroot/boot/ mount --bind /dev /mnt/chroot/dev/ mount --bind /proc /mnt/chroot/proc/ mount --bind /tmp /mnt/chroot/tmp/ # chroot in and downgrade to 20.08.10 chroot /mnt/chroot/ /bin/bash apt install \ linux-dtb-current-rockchip64=20.08.10 \ linux-headers-current-rockchip64=20.08.10 \ linux-image-current-rockchip64=20.08.10 \ armbian-config=20.08.10 \ armbian-firmware=20.08.10 \ linux-focal-root-current-helios64=20.08.10 \ linux-u-boot-helios64-current=20.08.10 exit # now remove the sd card and hit reset
@aprayoga It's probably unrelated, but while working through the above I noticed that I ran out of space on /boot.
I installed to eMMC the first version that was working, if that helps. I chose f2fs when I installed on eMMAC and this is the resulting partition layout
mmcblk1 179:32 0 14.6G 0 disk ├─mmcblk1p1 179:33 0 96M 0 part └─mmcblk1p2 179:34 0 14.3G 0 part mmcblk1boot0 179:64 0 4M 1 disk mmcblk1boot1 179:96 0 4M 1 disk Sadly I didn't grab enough info from what was in the boot partition before I nuked it and reinstalled the appropriate packages.
registr123 reacted to flower in Helios64 Support
Some of you had the problem that the back of the enclosure does not really fit and stuck a few mm to the outside - leading to loose usb cables.
I use noctua fans which are bigger and had the same problem since then.
I could solve it by putting that fan cage thingy outside and not inside the case.
Maybe it helps you too
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registr123 reacted to antsu in Helios64 Support
A little advice for anyone planning to use nand-sata-install to install on the eMMC and has already installed and configured OMV:
nand-sata-install will break OMV, but it's easy to fix if you know what's happening. It will skip /srv when copying the root to avoid copying stuff from other mounted filesystems, but OMV 5 stores part of its config in there (salt and pillar folders) and will throw a fit if they're not there when you boot from the eMMC. Simply copy these folders back from the microSD using your preferred method.
If you have NFS shares set in OMV, make sure to add the entry /export/* to the file /usr/lib/nand-sata-install/exclude.txt BEFORE running nand-sata-install, or it will try to copy the content of your NFS shares to the eMMC.
Lastly, if you're using ZFS, which by default mounts to /<pool_name>, make sure to add its mountpoint to /usr/lib/nand-sata-install/exclude.txt before nand-sata-install as well.