pfeerick

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    pfeerick reacted to tkaiser in Armbian running on Pine64 (and other A64/H5 devices)   
    Agreed, let's wait and see. Also whether Olimex will sell their board with SPI flash populated but without eMMC (IIRC the eMMC on the Lime2 is pretty slow so I'm curious whether voltage switching will change anything significant).
     
     
    Well, it happened many times that this person edited the relevant parts away or deleted whole posts. And unfortunately the moderators there are part of... if not the problem itself (Lenny providing OS images with wrong cpufreq governor that lead to low/random Ethernet performance results which prevents any progress isolating problems -- as soon as his OS images would switch to interactive most GbE performance complaints would already be gone -- and this other guy is causing unbelievable damage. How long did it took you to convince him of the obvious? That valid use cases for GbE exist and that Pine64 can make use of GbE? Unbelievable)
     
    Anyway: let's leave the problems behind and focus on real work and fun.
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    pfeerick reacted to tkaiser in Armbian running on Pine64 (and other A64/H5 devices)   
    Just a small reminder: End users should not use vanilla images on any A64 board now since expectations won't match reality (too much stuff still not working).
     
    And you should also keep in mind that support for Armbian releases only happens here in the 'other boards' forum and not in Pine64 forum. For whatever reasons the Pine64 folks enabled a member of team 'Dunning-Kruger' to act there as a moderator who not only actively prevents resolving the long known GbE issue with some Pine64+ boards but who also constantly mis-uses his moderator role.
     
    I added the remark 'Armbian support in Armbian forum only (possible). There no moderators are constantly deleting/editing others posts' to my last post over there: http://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=2078&pid=19019#pid19019
     
    Again, the most important part of the post deleted by this person and Pine64 forum account N° 32 banned by N° 1323. It seems every product gets the 'supporters' it deserves