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  1. Got a chance to look at the docs - I see that only Allwinner DT has overlay support... wahh wahh You can close this
  2. I'm trying to upgrade from Armbian 5.32 (Xenial Next/4.4.76) and was hoping to enable 1 wire again on my Udoo. For that build, I had to add one wire modules to the kernel config, then edit the imx6qdl-udoo.dtsi to set the onewire status to okay (from disabled). In the dtsi, after udoo_ard: udoo_ard_manager it had: onewire@0 { /* example for pin 08 */ compatible = "w1-gpio"; pinctrl-names = "default"; pinctrl-0 = <&w1_gpio_pins>; status = "disabled"; /* "okay" to enable */ gpios = <&gpio1 21 0>; }; and in iomuxc, there was a section (
  3. So after googling a bit - apparently there are build issues using /mnt vs ~ folders with WSL2 (~ is case sensitive, /mnt follows windows case-insensitive)... I was able to do a full compile out of ~ (not sure if you'd want to add WSL2 as a supported build environment).. Took 134 min on a i7-3610 (I think that was about the same in a VM a few years ago). Now to look at adding onewire again Only errors were on installing additional packages: [ .... ] Installing additional packages [ EXTERNAL_NEW ] Err:1 http://deb.debian.org/debian stable InRelease Could not connect to local
  4. I'm on Windows 10 using WSL2 (Ubuntu 20.04) to build (running with sudo). I installed gpg & generated a public key (I chose DSA+RSA, 3072 Length, Never Expire), but get errors with verification: Probably not a supported build environment but I figured I'd see if there was a simple fix rather than spinning up another VM... Came back here because I randomly looked and saw that UDOO was no longer obsolete (THANKS!) CPU configuration: 392000 - 996000 with interactive Displaying message: Preparing host info Displaying message: Build host OS release focal info Displaying messag
  5. Yeah - didn't wanna have to rebuild Thanks for the commit though - i'm sure i'll be back in 5 months trying to rebuild a module
  6. If i run /lib/systemd/systemd-modules-load, i get: Failed to find module 'lp' Failed to find module 'ppdev' Failed to find module 'parport_pc' In cat /etc/modules-load.d/cups-filters.conf # Parallel printer driver modules loading for cups # LOAD_LP_MODULE was 'yes' in /etc/default/cups lp ppdev parport_pc Commenting out those three seemed to fix it. Don't believe I need CUPS
  7. Finally got around to messing with it... I compiled fine, but from the build and install log: dpkg-genchanges: warning: unknown substitution variable ${kernel:debarch} dpkg-genchanges: warning: package linux-libc-dev-next-udoo in control file but not in files list dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of armbian-config: armbian-config depends on sunxi-tools; however: Package sunxi-tools is not installed. dpkg: error processing package armbian-config (--install): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured Errors were encountered while processing: armbian-config dpkg-deb: b
  8. Thanks! For whatever reason, my VM keeps dropping the connection and I can't finish the clone. Hopefully I'll get a build going tonight
  9. Its been a while since I built a UDOO image (need another kernel module), when I ran compile.sh, it pulled new source and told me to clone a new build directory. In the process of cloning, however with UDOO being EOS, is it still possible to build the legacy kernel/image with current sources?
  10. I'm running custom built images for (xenial-next), and ArduinoIDE 1.5.4 (the newer IDE would be easier to run if Udoo updated the board package json to have arm support). This may be old, but I needed the latest java jdk, a custom Arduino 1.5.4HFP from Udoo & a custom bossac for udoo (forget where I got it from, but its attached) To get it running, i did : #Get latest jdk (Linux ARM 32 Hard Float ABI) @ http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html mv jdk-8u131-linux-arm32-vfp-hflt.tar.gz /usr/lib/jvm/ cd /usr/lib/jvm/ tar xv
  11. So I must be doing something wrong. Just did a pull on your repo - attached are my changes: compile.sh 16,17c16,17 < KERNEL_ONLY="" # leave empty to select each time, set to "yes" or "no" to skip dialog prompt < KERNEL_CONFIGURE="no" # change provided kernel configuration --- > KERNEL_ONLY="yes" # leave empty to select each time, set to "yes" or "no" to skip dialog prompt > KERNEL_CONFIGURE="yes" # change provided kernel configuration 27c27 < KERNEL_KEEP_CONFIG="no" # do not overwrite kernel config before compilation --- > KERNEL_KEEP_CONFIG="yes" # do no
  12. Good uboot (prior to updating custom kernel): baudrate=115200 board_rev=MX6Q boot_a_script=ext2load mmc ${mmcdev}:${mmcpart} ${loadaddr} ${prefix}${script} || fatload mmc ${mmcdev}:${mmcpart} ${loadaddr} ${prefix}${script} boot_fdt=try boot_prefixes=/ /boot/ bootcmd=mmc dev ${mmcdev}; if mmc rescan; then if run loadbootscript; then run bootscript; fi; udooinit; if run loadimage; then run mmcboot; else run netboot; fi; else run netboot; fi bootdelay=3 bootscript=echo Running bootscript from mmc ...; source console=ttymxc1 ethact=FEC ethaddr=00:c0:08:88:10:2c ethprime=FEC fdt_addr=0x18000000 fd