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  1. Hi All, I've just got the new Orange Pi R1 and as expected it's working just well with the Orange Pi Zero armbian image. The only thing I'm struggeling with is the Wifi driver. The driver compiles succesfully but it seems that the kernel needs patching as well: ... CC [M] /usr/src/rtk8189es-2015-12-15-90ed86d42d/rtl8189ES//hal/OUTSRC/rtl8188e/phydm_RTL8188E.o CC [M] /usr/src/rtk8189es-2015-12-15-90ed86d42d/rtl8189ES//platform/platform_ops.o CC [M] /usr/src/rtk8189es-2015-12-15-90ed86d42d/rtl8189ES//platform/platform_ARM_SUNnI_sdio.o CC [M] /usr/src/r
  2. Hi zador.blook.stained, thanks for the quick reply. I had a read through the other post and I'm not completely sure that I've understood this issue. Just to summarise the issue: Since armbian moved form FAT as the boot partition the u-boot process is broken even for the official armbian image. From now on the u-boot files have to be manually copied over to eMMC via UART. Is that correct? The u-boot partition can't be updated on an external PC because the files have to be some sort of signed in order to get booted properly? T
  3. Hi All! I was wondering if there is a proper way to deploy a freshly built armbian for Odroid XU4 on an eMMC? Unfortunately, the SD-Card version doesn't seem to work with the eMMC. After searching for this topic I couldn't find anythin in particular related to Odroid. Thanks, Viktor
  4. Hi All, it took me a while, but I found the solution: crontab (root): @reboot /bin/echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/printk_ratelimit solved the problem for me. It seems that the kernel is automatically filtering the apparmor messages (spam). Thanks, Viktor
  5. Hi All, I might need your help with one issue I've encountered. I'm running debian with the 4.9.20 kernel on an Odroid XU4 board. I've compiled the kernel with the options for AppArmor enabled. The installed AppArmor version is the 2.10.95 (auditd is also installed in version 1:2.4-1+b1). ## Kernel Options ## CONFIG_SECURITY=y CONFIG_SECURITYFS=y CONFIG_SECURITY_APPARMOR=y CONFIG_SECURITY_APPARMOR_BOOTPARAM_VALUE=1 CONFIG_DEFAULT_SECURITY_APPARMOR=y CONFIG_DEFAULT_SECURITY="apparmor" CONFIG_SECCOMP=y CONFIG_SECCOMP_FILTER=y CONFIG_AUDIT=
  6. Hi glaucioklipel, I kind of stuck at the same point now. Could you possibly discribe your workaround more detailed? At the moment I'm running armbian from emmc and getting the exact same behaviour whilste upgrading the system. PS: Worked well running from SD-Card Thank you in advance!