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  1. found it, had to install btrfs-progs. Sorry for the confusion.
  2. Linux odroidn2 5.5.5-meson64 btrfs is missing in this Kernel... Are there any bugs or why is there no btrfs in 5.5 and 5.4?
  3. I flashed the latest Armbian image on my NanoPi Neo 2 Plus's emmc. According to https://linux-sunxi.org/Linux_mainlining_effort I2S is not part of the mailinke kernel for H5. I can use I2S with Friendlyelec's images. However, I prefer Armbian. Is it somehow possible to use I2S with an Armbian image on this board?
  4. finally had some time to flash Armbian_5.43.180423_Rock64_Debian_stretch_dev_4.16.0-rc6: root@rock64:/share# openssl speed -elapsed -evp aes-256-cbc type 16 bytes 64 bytes 256 bytes 1024 bytes 8192 bytes 16384 bytes aes-256-cbc 82888.98k 235948.63k 427434.41k 550766.25k 600880.47k 604788.05k
  5. Thanks, that helps me a lot. Where do you set CPU and RAM clock speeds for you build process / images? Is that set in the bootloader / uboot?
  6. Thanks Igor. I was hoping someone already did that and would share his experience in this thread.
  7. I should have been more specific: Is AES/Crypto enabled and what are the CPU and RAM clock rates using Armbian's latest nightly Rock images? I used the search functionality and read the quoted threads weeks ago. But I also tried several of Ayufan's and also Dietpi Rock64 images and with some AES/Crypto was disabled... I did not ask if this board supports it or not.
  8. What are the CPU and RAM clock rates? Is AES / crypto enabled?
  9. Thanks, I was hoping for hardware enabled en/decyption. I guess I have to buy Le Potato then.
  10. I am interested in the K2 board but I need AES support for my use case. Could you please run the following command and post the result? "openssl speed -elapsed -evp aes-256-cbc"
  11. Bummer, thanks for the update. Do you know if there are any chips which consume less energy than JMS578? USB 2 is fast enough for my use case.
  12. Great review! I have a similar setup. How can I cut power to the USB 2 port and turn it back on automatically (e.g. backup job or other software wants to access the hdd)? Using hdparm I am able to define a period after which the drive should spin down. Where do I go from here and how can I turn the drive back on?
  13. Haha, that's the obvious choice and I will definitely use Armbian once it is stable (I have it on 2 other boards and love it). I saw many different images on Pine64 and Ayufan's build on Github. Just thought someone tried a few of them and would share his experience...
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