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  1. Perfect, thank you - and no rush whatsoever - much more important to enjoy the weather when it's nice! 🙂
  2. @brentr Of course, would be more than happy to test this with the PoE HAT. Will that just be a case of pulling the latest https://github.com/armbian/build after the fixes are pushed and building the kernel from source? Thank you again for looking into this.
  3. Hi Brent, thank you for your help and for looking into this. In the meantime I'll test an older kernel and follow the wiki steps as you suggest. Cheers, -Dale
  4. armbianmonitor output: http://ix.io/4s3z I'm testing Armbian 23.02 Jammy on a Rock Pi S with its matching "PoE HAT" (which provides a 3.5mm headphone jack). No sound cards are available despite the device tree evidently containing sound devices/codecs [1, 2]. aplay output: rockpi-s:~:% aplay -l aplay: device_list:274: no soundcards found... The armbianmonitor/dmesg output contains the following suspicious lines: [ 24.551148] platform acodec-sound: deferred probe pending [ 24.551191] platform sound: deferred probe pending Digging into this a bit further, I found this root@rockpi-s:/home/dale# cat /sys/kernel/debug/devices_deferred acodec-sound asoc-simple-card: parse error sound asoc-simple-card: parse error If I were to guess, it looks like a devicetree issue, but unfortunately I have no idea how to debug devicetree issues. If anyone can provide any pointers on how to capture more detailed devicetree logs to try and figure out this "parse error", I'd appreciate it. Thanks!
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