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  1. I found root of my card not resized to maximum space available. Unfortunately when I run out of space. Consider adding missing package btrfs-progs to minimal image or warn user when building of such system image is complete so user can resize root manually before the sd card is inserted.
  2. Ou, great I found old script to download u-boot for my micro board. It does download, install and the u-boot version will be prevented (holded) from upgrades. So @Artenverho you are welcome to test this first before experimenting. # linux-u-boot-micro-next=5.60 # apt remove linux-u-boot-micro-current -y; \ cd /tmp && wget --no-check-certificate https://193.40.103.96/pool/main/l/linux-u-boot-micro-next/linux-u-boot-next-micro_5.60_armhf.deb \ && dpkg -i linux-u-boot-next-micro_5.60_armhf.deb && \ for PACKAGE in linux-u-boot-micro-next; \ do apt-mark hold $PACKAGE; aptitude hold $PACKAGE; done
  3. In my case on my Olimex micro when I run those commands it is output like this: aptitude search u-boot | grep micro p linux-u-boot-micro-current - Uboot loader 2019.10 ih linux-u-boot-micro-next - Uboot loader 2018.05 apt-cache policy linux-u-boot-micro-next linux-u-boot-micro-next: Installed: 5.60 Candidate: 5.60 Version table: *** 5.60 100 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status So there is the only one version available, but you can still experiment with "current" version of kernel and u-boot or you can try "current" u-boot on "next" kernel if you want experiment. For changing kernel version it is good to do it via armbian-config tool.
  4. Hi, you can display installed package via command: aptitude search u-boot | grep micro Then you can display version of selected package: (ending could be -current or -dev, select one from output of previous command starting with "i" - like "installed") apt-cache policy linux-u-boot-micro-next Then you can test different version of u-boot via command like this: apt-get install linux-u-boot-micro-next=5.90 You testing u-boot, so always shutdown your device completely between tests and remove power cable from it.
  5. You think Neko May was not patient enough?
  6. What is voltage in any of USB ports during resizing? Other distro eg Ubuntu Bionic works well?
  7. There is no reason why it should not work. H3 works like a charm. Mostly it is bad usb cable or unsuitable power adapter. Or it could be unstable microsd card usb adapter. It is hard to say from this distance.
  8. I found working u-boot for Lime2 running on Bionic, microsdcard and kernel 4.19.81 It is: https://apt.armbian.com/pool/main/l/linux-u-boot-lime2-next/linux-u-boot-next-lime2_5.38_armhf.deb I tried to retest u-boot for emmc board and it did not work. I did it differently than last time when I had an microsd inserted and after reinstalling of u-boot was whole microsd copied to mmc. In this test microsd was removed and booted from emmc. After few tries, reinstalls and reboots I found message from installer saying it wrote u-boot to /dev/mmclk0. Problem is this device does not exist. Emmc module is under /dev/mmcblk1. So I need to extract binary file from *.deb package and write it manually or return back to previous method.
  9. Test of Lime2 Ubuntu Bionic with Armbian Linux 4.19.81-sunxi linux-u-boot-lime2-next=5.90 (latest) NOK linux-u-boot-lime2-next=5.85 NOK linux-u-boot-lime2-default=5.90 (latest) NOK linux-u-boot-lime2-default=5.85 NOK linux-u-boot-lime2-current=19.11.3 NOK linux-u-boot-lime2-emmc-next=5.31 NOK linux-u-boot-lime2-emmc-next=5.30 NOK linux-u-boot-lime2-emmc-next=5.25 NOK NOK - cannot finish reboot and reset of board is necessary Interesting results, I could not find for my setup where I am using root on nfs and custom image working u-boot. I will do more tests but with boot image on emmc and not on microsd like in this test. Note: the first test where linux-u-boot-lime2-emmc-next=5.30 I found working for my setup is boot image placed on emmc.
  10. Firstly htop show 1 cpu only with linux-u-boot-micro-default versions 5.60 and 5.38. Secondly it causes the reboot problem. Version linux-u-boot-micro-next=5.60 which is the latest now is OK and finishes reboot completely. I will test lime2 soon...
  11. I have had similar issues what somebody had on this forum but I cannot post reply because the topic is closed. But I found solution. You need to downgrade u-boot with following commands. For Olimex Micro: apt-get install linux-u-boot-next-micro=5.60 Tested on ARMBIAN 5.60 stable Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS 4.19.84-sunxi For Olimex Lime2: apt-get install linux-u-boot-lime2-emmc-next=5.30 Tested on Ubuntu Bionic with Armbian Linux 4.19.81-sunxi
  12. https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/automatic-updates.html
  13. I need to run 3rd party armhf packages on Nanopi Fire 3. I cannot make custom 64bit packages because I cannot get sourcecode for them. Adding armhf architecture to running 64bit Armbian failed and I found information it is not so straightforward like on x86 vs amd64 architecture. While manufacturer FriendlyElec provides both aarch64 and armhf images, Armbian does not. Any ideas howto build 32bit image via Armbian toolchain?