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  1. Armbian 5.34 Tinkerboard Xenial server/headless includes network manager by default (I switched to the headless version soon after I resolved my wifi connection issue.), I had to remove it before setting up the wifi again. So probably don't need to document unless the nmtui is being removed sometime in the future?
  2. Okay so I got it to work. It seems like the network manager was interfering somehow even though I had stopped and disabled the network manager. I used the following commands to do this: $ sudo systemctl stop NetworkManager.service $ sudo systemctl disable NetworkManager.service So I uninstalled the network manager completely and then tried using wpa_supplicant again as posted in my post above, connected in first go, no issues!! I then added the following code to /etc/networking/interfaces to bring the wifi interface up automatically at boot auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp pre-up wpa_supplicant -i wlan0 -c/etc/wpa_supplicant.conf -D nl80211 -B post-down killall -q wpa_supplicant Have restarted a few times to test, seems to be working fine. Will update here if I notice any connectivity issues (which seems like a known issue with this boards wifi)
  3. Hello. Has anyone had success with setting up the onboard wifi on the Tinkerboard without the network manager? I have tried using wpa_supplicant to connect but not having any success. Here is what (I know works on an Intel Compute Stick running Ubuntu 16.04) I've tried: wpa_passphrase SSID password >> /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf wpa_supplicant -i wlan0 -c/etc/wpa_supplicant.conf -D nl80211 -B dhclient wlan0 dhclient just keeps retrying and goes no where, I don't get an IP address I can connect to my network using the Network Manager no problems, just can't figure out a way to get it to work with the network manager disabled. The tinkerboard is running Armbian 5.41 Ubuntu Desktop Xenial 16.04.4. Would appreciate if someone could provide specific instructions on how to get this to work or even just pointers/hints. Thank you
  4. Hello. Is there a way of resetting the USB subsystem in Armbian for Orange Pi Zero? I don't want to unplug and plug a USB device or reboot the system just to reset the plugged USB devices. The above is doable on a PC running Ubuntu with something like this: $: cd /sys/bus/pci/drivers/ehci_hcd $: ls 0000:00:14.0 bind module new_id remove_id uevent unbind $: echo -n "0000:00:14.0" > unbind $: echo -n "0000:00:14.0" > bind Wondering if something similar (I don't really care if the solution is not similar) is doable on Armbian for OPIZ. Cheers!