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  1. Good morning, I've got a Libre Computer Renegade, with Amrbian Bullseye minimal (on an sd card) . Changing HDMI monitors (of different sizes and resolutions) the board does not adjust automatically the resolution, so, sometimes the display is unreadable because written are too small, and I can't set a resolution to beng able to use it. Surfing armbian docs, it seems to be an environment problems that could be solved by chanching u-boot parameters. I tried to enter in u-boot command shell but I can't. Pushing backspace while it is booting make no effect (tried also with serial console but it didn't work). How can I enter in u-boot environment to set an HDMI monitor resolution? Thanks in advance
  2. Good Morning, I'm using Libre renegade with armbian bullseye minimal. How can I change splash screen, replacing the armbian logo and 4 penguins, with a personal one? Has anybody done it eralier? Thanks in advance
  3. Could you please add support for Olimex RK3328 SOM (https://www.olimex.com/Products/SOM/RK3328/), in a minimal and base version of the bullseye release? Thanks
  4. Good morning, I'm using RK3328 SOM-EVB by Olimex with Armbian 22.02.0-trunk with Linux 4.4.213-rockchip64. I'm using it with an HDMI LDC 7" capcaitive touchscreen by Waveshare (https://www.waveshare.com/product/displays/lcd-oled/lcd-oled-1/7inch-hdmi-lcd-h.htm). I can't rotate the LCD in portrait mode. In Application->Screen the "Rotation" section is "none" and there aren't any other choice (like left, right, inverted). If in command line I use: xrandr --output HDMI-1 --rotate left it gives me back: xrandr: output HDMI-1 cannot use rotation "left" reflection "none" Does anybody knows how to solve it and rotate the LCD? Thanks
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