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Gunjan Gupta

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  1. Gunjan Gupta's post in Capabilities of Orangepi zero2 on Armbian was marked as the answer   
    @Stephen GrafThats upto the maintainers of the boards. As of now, I don't have any H616 boards.
    I am about to raise a PR that should get wifi running, so keep an eye on Armbian build repository.
  2. Gunjan Gupta's post in NanoPi Neo V1.4 1801 / enable Micro-USB port as USB-host was marked as the answer   
    Nice work. though this might all get overwritten on next upgrade. Hence I will suggest you to convert those dtb changes into a device tree overlay.
    These might help you with the same
    - https://bootlin.com/blog/using-device-tree-overlays-example-on-beaglebone-boards/
    - https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_Allwinner_overlays/#using-custom-overlays
  3. Gunjan Gupta's post in Orange Pi Prime - no temperature monitoring in kernels 6.1 and 6.2 was marked as the answer   
    Fix has been merged and will be included in next release.
  4. Gunjan Gupta's post in Transient slow Ethernet on Orange Pi Win (A64) was marked as the answer   
    Fix is merged. Should work better once newer kernel is available via repository. Meanwhile you can use the above workaround.
  5. Gunjan Gupta's post in Storage Help was marked as the answer   
    Actually its quite easy to reproduce and already fixed for next release. The problem is caused by sprdwl_ng module aka uwe5622 wifi driver. For some reasons, It creates problem for cpufreq-dt when its loaded pretty early during boot process like using /etc/modules. This causes cpufreq-dt to crash and any attempt to check information about cpu like running lscpu simply hangs. I remember seeing that resize service also does some checks related to cpu and hangs when cpufreq-dt crashes.
    If possible, Use images from the nightly/ rolling releases section of the Download page. They will work fine.
  6. Gunjan Gupta's post in How to update to Armbian 23.11? was marked as the answer   
    Bionic has been out of support for some time now. Try upgrading to focal and then to jammy to get to latest release. Alternatively, you can also download and flash latest image from the download page.
  7. Gunjan Gupta's post in orange pi zero 2 doesn't reconnect to wifi after router connection lost was marked as the answer   
    Thats sad. You can still try installing edge kernel to tezt it and then revert back to older kernel if it doesn't work as your liking
    I can see the kernel modules for ST7735 is enabled in our kernels
    config/kernel/linux-sunxi64-current.config:CONFIG_FB_TFT_ST7735R=m config/kernel/linux-sunxi64-edge.config:CONFIG_FB_TFT_ST7735R=m config/kernel/linux-sunxi64-legacy.config:CONFIG_FB_TFT_ST7735R=m  
  8. Gunjan Gupta's post in Initramfs can't find /dev/mmcblk1p1 was marked as the answer   
    This is interesting one. Kind of like how sd card names are different between different version of RPi.
    You haven't mentioned the image you are using. But from the post I am deducing it was working fine for you until you installed an update?
    I am not 100% sure as this is not a device I work with. But generally the root device is set in a file called armbianEnv.txt. Here is something for you to try 
    mount your root partition
    mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /mnt check if /mnt/boot/armbianEnv.txt exists
    ls /mnt/boot/armbianEnv.txt if it doesn't exists, create it. Replace <Your UUID> with UUID shown in output of blkid command
    echo "rootdev=UUID="<Your UUID>" > /mnt/boot/armbianEnv.txt unmount your root partition
    umount /mnt and reboot
  9. Gunjan Gupta's post in ADS7846 touch screen doesn't work. unknown pin PL8 error. was marked as the answer   
    try changing &pio to &r_pio when using PL8
  10. Gunjan Gupta's post in NanoPi NEO hangs on boot Bookworm 23.5.1 was marked as the answer   
    I was able to narrow down the problem further. This seems to have caused because of net-phy-Support-yt8531c.patch. I am not sure why this patch is causing the issue but removing the stmmac part or changing config for stmmac from y to m solves it. 
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