TonyMac32

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  1. TonyMac32

    Le Potato - writing armbian to eMMC

    I have a CoCo 2 and a Model 100 Portable.
  2. TonyMac32

    Le Potato - writing armbian to eMMC

    The nand-sata-install script does that adjustment for you, that's the issue I think. https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/master/packages/bsp/common/usr/sbin/nand-sata-install#L205 I'm building a model train speed controller to replace the 1970's one that just failed on my son, a bit distracted. :-)
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    Le Potato - writing armbian to eMMC

    OK, so, for you/anyone doing this before it's officially baked in: Download 4.18 image Build newest 4.18 kernel/u-boot update boot script with the one currently in our repo reboot (because of superstition) run nand-sata-install I would recommend being on the moderately advanced side before attempting it, unless you really want to experiment.
  4. TonyMac32

    Le Potato - writing armbian to eMMC

    Wouldn't boot from eMMC or from SD? It should still work from SD with old boot script, just not from eMMC.
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    Le Potato - writing armbian to eMMC

    I think wait until 4.19, I was working with @sbc_chrisb to get an image with the typical Armbian package support (kernel/etc). The updated boot script and a fresh 4.18 build can identify and install armbian to the eMMC without boot issues. I assume the issue being seen by Chris has to do with the older image being updated, as you mentioned. Just for sanity I booted my Le Potato up with only the eMMC present again to make sure. ;-) Rebuilt images should work, if you would want to test (assuming you have an eMMC...)
  6. TonyMac32

    Le Potato - writing armbian to eMMC

    Not expected, root dev should be modified in the armbianEnv.txt file. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  7. TonyMac32

    Odroid C2 general

    I would agree with that, but some of these are simple enough with the documentation in the kernel. The C2 appears to be set up for overlays, I'll have to experiment with that as well.
  8. TonyMac32

    Odroid C2 general

    @mboehmer I am tempted to try just pulling that out of the device tree and making it an available GPIO with a rule attached, in case anyone wants to shut down the extra USB's.
  9. Tritium tested, fixed (DTS/config in u-boot back-ported from 2018.09), and complete with "testings" files merged. I see NanoPi K1+ is done already, so my work here is done. :-)
  10. TonyMac32

    How is Armbian for Rock64 developed?

    The RK3328 has proven to be a bit of a tough SoC for support due to incomplete upstream support. Well, as time permits, more or less. Remember that we do a lot of kernel and platform work to bring Armbian to the world (more the others, I'm a minor character). With such a small team, unfortunately the result is a limited group of baords receive better support than others, or you wind up with "focus kernels" where, as we recently decided with Odroid-C2, the vendor legacy kernel is simply abandoned in favor of simply using mainline to reduce workload and problems. In an ideal world the manufacturers of boards who want to see Armbian support would provide a headcount and/or some sponsoring for the project. There are some small examples of that, and some nearly equivalent situations like Libre Computer and the BayLibre team with mainline Amlogic support. For the large part though, you get one-off boards that simply take more resources than they are worth (we just purged a bunch of those) The greatest way you could give your thanks is to pitch in and test what we've created and report back, providing proper logs/etc, and sharing projects on the forum to help build community and hopefully get some more involvement from others to keep the project healthy.
  11. TonyMac32

    Le Potato - writing armbian to eMMC

    Hmm, I see it is not enabled. I will enable as module/build it to test for future, our other kernels have it. eMMC has a partition format unlike SD, so there is a boot and an environment partition, if I remember correctly.
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    Le Potato - writing armbian to eMMC

    Yes, the Next images are 4.18, I will be turning my attention to 4.19 and it will eventually become the default image. I don't mess with the building if official images (honestly don't know if I can/how), so that will be Igor's decision. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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    Le Potato - writing armbian to eMMC

    Hmm ok. I have not been tracking the development/maintenance of the nand-sata-install, it took about 45 minutes for mine to get to the "reboot now" screen. I was using a 4.18 Stretch build.
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    Le Potato - writing armbian to eMMC

    Also forgot, you need to run the command that is commented in the bottom of the cmd file to create a script file out of it Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk