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    panfrost

    I have an idea, search the forum for: panfrost // sent from mobile phone //
  3. I am reading here and on Github, before I spend time on try & error. You wrote: no mor CFFI (2018), but the introduction here (first post) and your readme.md still go for CFFI. armbianIO has some kind of gpio-matching-layer_of-different-SBCs, does yours have that as well? After refactoring your code, it would be very nice of you to spend ten minutes to your documentation - the most boring stuff but on the other hand fewer boring questions :-) While trying to read your code (just for training), is it C? Where is the main.c ?
  4. Hi, I don't know how life is treating you, I hope good. Did you ever do some testing, further steps? I mean, is the HW useable or are there any obvious errors on the PCB ?
  5. Which? ArmbianIO (sysFS) or UserSpaceIO (libgpiod),
  6. This is correct, but if it had solved your problem anyway - I think it would be worth giving it a try. I don't see the reason for NetworkManager if the device is not a laptop, so I deactivate NM.
  7. Backup your SDcard, and do testing with fresh install. Maybe worth giving it a try if it fixes it: https://forum.armbian.com/topic/12403-opi-zero-xr819-wifi-broken-in-new-builds/?do=findComment&comment=91259 If above doesn't help: Disable network manager (permanently) to avoid it restarting after a reboot: systemctl disable NetworkManager.service Configure your network "old school" /etc/network/interface and test again. Last but not least analyze your logs, here is the how to: Providing logs with armbianmonitor -u significantly raises chances that issue is getting addressed.
  8. my very first SBC (Lamobo R1) is finally completely FLOSS (free libre open source software) supported So to say the best product from SinoVoip, sadly I never received an answer from @Nora Lee @Lion Wang about my suggestion especially point 1 & 2 would be easy and a huge improvement of the hardware. in November: https://olimex.wordpress.com/2019/11/28/a20-and-a64-olinuxino-now-with-libre-elec-and-kodi-support/ and just a couple days later: https://olimex.wordpress.com/2019/12/20/the-a20-driver-for-hdmi-audio-is-almost-done/ https://www.olimex.com/
  9. what WiFi chip is on ur OPi? // sent from mobile phone //
  10. Well, systemd offers some diagnose options: systemd-analyze time systemd-analyze plot > OPi_boottime-$(date +%Y%m%d_%H%M%S).svg man systemctl systemctl And if you really want to tweak the very last millisecond: https://forum.armbian.com/topic/8315-daily-tech-related-news-diet/?do=findComment&comment=90239
  11. Providing logs with armbianmonitor -u significantly raises chances that someone is looking at it. // sent from mobile phone //
  12. why do you need this?
  13. only a man's year work, full time, for one (1) mobile. That's it So, if you have some time start programming.
  14. in the past some installation broke during the Update. To improve stability some parts have been decoupled. Since then u rarely read about update problems // sent from mobile phone //