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  1. Good Morning. Just a quick question. Is it possible that the temperature is shown wrong at login? ____ _ ____________ _ ___ ____ | _ \| |/ /___ /___ // |( _ ) | __ ) _____ __ | |_) | ' / |_ \ |_ \| |/ _ \ | _ \ / _ \ \/ / | _ <| . \ ___) |__) | | (_) | | |_) | (_) > < |_| \_\_|\_\____/____/|_|\___/ |____/ \___/_/\_\ Welcome to Armbian 21.11.0-trunk Bullseye with Linux 5.10.68-rockchip64 No end-user support: built from trunk System load: 3% Up time: 2 days 21:03 Memory usage: 4% of 3.88G IP: CPU temp: 68°C Usage of /: 8% of 57G It seems to idle at 68 C and when doing stuff goes to 90+. At the same time, "top" sees the CPU going at 270%. While the box feels warm, it doesn't feel hot, which I assume it would be, if it were 90+C a centimeter from my finger.
  2. No, I'm quite bad at screwing and such because of an injury. Sorry. Oh... I have the H96Max+ RK3328 4GB/64GB Voice Remote version (not that I have tried using voice commands on it). Who knows, the Voice Remote version and the normal remote version might differ.
  3. I replaced the existing /lib/firmware/brcm/brcmfmac4334-sdio.rockchip,rk3318-box.txt with this file. Then it worked in nmcli #nmcli device wifi list shows available wifi networks then #nmcli --ask device wifi connect vodafone5CC8 and it asked for the password for my wifi named vodafone5CC8, and now it connected, before it didn't. My overlays are: overlays=rk3318-box-cpu-hs rk3318-box-emmc-ddr rk3318-box-led-conf1 rk3318-box-wlan-ap6334
  4. BTW, today I downloaded and installed the latest "minimal" "Armbian 21.11 - Debian Bullseye minimal - mainline kernel 5.10.68 - Download from here - Build date: 2021-09-24" I don't seem to find "armbian-config". In /usr/local/bin/ there is only rk3318-config. Has it been forgotten or is it just me who are looking at the wrong place? Edit/ I just remembered reading somewhere that armbian-config isn't in the minimal images because it needs a lot of dependencies...
  5. @jockSorry for an extremely late reply. I was on vacation in distant lands(visiting my mom in Sweden), and the only monitor I had available to use there was an old 1024x768 monitor which I couldn't get to work with Armbian. The only thing that worked was the Multitool. Well, I'm back home in the Canary Islands with the volcanoes now. So finally. I can report that the WiFi on my H96Max+ (RK3328) works with the last idea you had Thank you for all the help.
  6. Note: If you get an E: Package 'docker-ce' has no installation candidateerror when using only stable APT source this is because the stable version of docker for Ubuntu 20.04 doesn’t exist yet. Meanwhile you have to use the edge / test version. If you get an E%3A Package 'docker-ce',have to use the edge %2F test version. My first hit on a Google search.
  7. @lucky62 It looks like it has problems with the Wi-Fi.
  8. I think I have messed some things up, now it doesn't find the Wi-Fi at all. Oh well. I'll start fresh with a clean install tomorrow or the day after, fix the changes and get back to you. Should I start with ap6330 or ap6334 in /boot/armbianEnv.txt? Should I change to any of the lib/firmware/brcm/brcmfmac4334-sdio.rockchip,rk3318-box.txt before I change the lib/firmware/brcm/brcmfmac4330-sdio.txt?
  9. Restored wlan-ap6334 to wlan-ap6330, then tried without changing firmware txt, then tried with the first, then with the second, with a reboot between the different changes. Still no luck on the wifi. Adding the dmesg and also the output from a journalctl command nmcli told me to try yesterday. nmcli connection up TP-Link_Guest_DC24 --ask Passwords or encryption keys are required to access the wireless network 'TP-Link_Guest_DC24'. Password (802-11-wireless-security.psk): ••••••••• Passwords or encryption keys are required to access the wireless network 'TP-Link_Guest_DC24'. Password (802-11-wireless-security.psk): ••••••••• Error: Connection activation failed: Secrets were required, but not provided Hint: use 'journalctl -xe NM_CONNECTION=3428676b-6d74-424f-bd6e-de783780a395 + NM_DEVICE=wlan0' to get more details. I haven't opened the box yet, so no photos, but I can probably do that during the week. With some luck I can continue to tinker some tomorrow, then probably Monday, I'll travel on to my mom's place (am visiting my sister now), where I won't have easy access to ethernet for the box, only WiFi, and slightly more problematic to download test files to it, but I'll manage. I guess I can use the good old manual way with a USB stick Thanks for all the help so far @jock dmesg.txt NM_CONNECTION.txt
  10. By using this script -> extract-dtb I managed to extract some dtb files on my mac from the tvbox-backup file Multitool created. I assume that you @jock know more than me about dtb files, any of them that are more interesting than the others? ./ tvbox-backup Dumped 00_kernel, start=0 end=9267808 Dumped 01_dtbdump_rockchip,rk3328-evb.dtb, start=9267808 end=10316384 Dumped 02_dtbdump_rockchip,rk3328-evb.dtb, start=10316384 end=11364960 Dumped 03_dtbdump_rockchip,rk3328-evb.dtb, start=11364960 end=12413536 Dumped 04_dtbdump_rockchip,rk3328-evb.dtb, start=12413536 end=76546112 Dumped 05_dtbdump_Rockchip_RK3128h_liantong_board.dtb, start=76546112 end=117966848 Dumped 06_dtbdump_rockchip,rk3328-box-avb.dtb, start=117966848 end=160110592 Edit I managed to make dts files from all except 00_kernel. Looking through them, it looks like the 6th is the most interesting. It's the only one with any mention of wireless or wlan. (the relevant parts, copy/pasted) wireless-bluetooth { uart0-gpios { rockchip,pins = <0x01 0x0a 0x00 0x7e>; phandle = <0x99>; }; }; -------------------------------------------------------- wireless-bluetooth { compatible = "bluetooth-platdata"; uart_rts_gpios = <0x71 0x0a 0x01>; pinctrl-names = "default\0rts_gpio"; pinctrl-0 = <0x98>; pinctrl-1 = <0x99>; BT,power_gpio = <0x71 0x15 0x00>; BT,wake_host_irq = <0x71 0x1a 0x00>; status = "okay"; }; wireless-wlan { compatible = "wlan-platdata"; rockchip,grf = <0x1c>; wifi_chip_type = "ap6330"; sdio_vref = <0x708>; WIFI,host_wake_irq = <0x71 0x13 0x00>; status = "okay"; }; ------------------------------------------------------ uart0_gpios = "/pinctrl/wireless-bluetooth/uart0-gpios"; 06_dtbdump_rockchip,rk3328-box-avb.dts
  11. I saw at the previous page that @Gausushad the same box and the same WiFi problem. It looks like it should work, but just don't connect. @easybhad gotten it to work for Libreelec, he said in a post over there, so it should be possible. I took a backup of the eMMC yesterday, so I have the original ROM available. I also extracted the dtb a few months ago but it's on my desktop Linux computer at home in Spain and I'm currently in Sweden visiting family I haven't seen in almost two years(pre-pandemic), but I can probably figure out how to do it on my MacBook or on Windows from the original ROM. Or perhaps it's easier to install xubuntu in VirtualBox... Thanks for the help so far @jock. At least I have come further than before.
  12. Sweet. I'll do some testing and get back to you. Edit Testing done. Most things seem to work. Ethernet OK HDMI Video out OK HDMI Audio Ok Bluetooth Audio OK However, I don't seem to be able to connect to WiFi. Odd since Bluetooth and WiFi is the same chip. Armbian-Config and nmcli see it, it also shows the available networks but when trying to connect. No luck. rk3318-config says that I have a Broadcom BCM4335/AmPac AP6334 chip. Somehow the WiFi times out after 90 seconds and after it has asked me twice for the password, which I know is correct. Also, no network settings icon is visible near the clock where the sound and Bluetooth icons are. No Web Browser seems to be installed, though the menu item for Web Browser is there. No problem since I had ethernet and could install a Web Browser (and without ethernet or wifi, there is no need for a browser) So... H96 Max plus (written with a '+'). RK3328. 4GB RAM and 64GB eMMC. Confirmed mostly working. Next edit The version I tried was: Armbian 21.08 - Ubuntu Focal desktop [xfce] - mainline kernel 5.10.41 - Build date: 2021-05-30
  13. I had missed this thread thinking it was only about RK3318 devices, but do I understand it correctly if I say it's for RK3328 devices as well? I have a H96 Max Plus RK3328 4/64 box that I've been fighting with for a while. I mostly have had problems with the WiFi. Reading through this thread seems to show that the ap6330 WiFi I have isn't impossible after all. I've mostly had problems finding a good dtb, that includes it. Would there be a chance that this would work on my box?