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    freak got a reaction from kentAVR in Activate Auto login on boot for nightly build   
    Yep...
     
    edit /etc/default/nodm
     
    Make sure these two lines are set correctly,,,

     
    # Set NODM_ENABLED to something different than 'false' to enable nodm NODM_ENABLED=true # User to autologin for NODM_USER=your_user_name  
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    freak got a reaction from FossCoder in HDMI-Monitor bricked tinkers today (next 5.60)   
    I have 85 tinkers running with armbian 5.41 xenial next 4.14.23.  Normally I run a script that apt upgrades them all but I run a small batch of them first as a test.  Today I ran apt update/upgrade on three of them and they are all bricked.  No output to the screen.  Can't ping them.  Any ideas?
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    freak got a reaction from Igor in HDMI-Monitor bricked tinkers today (next 5.60)   
    I was just giving you an update my friend.  I will get your logs.
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    freak got a reaction from Igor in apt upgrade brings back network-manager   
    Appears to be fine now.  Thank you!!!
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    freak got a reaction from Tido in Tinker Board mainline Wifi Stability   
    We dealt with this problem for quite a long time.  It started out on tinkeros which prompted us to try armbian... which didn't work any better.  I worked with an asus engineer who determined that the disconnects were because of network-manager scanning for a better connection.  While the problem is likely not network-manager itself and rather how the drivers handle it, there are a few work arounds.  Asus suggested setting the bssid which we tried and it did not help.  There is also a patched version of network-manager called network-manager-noscan which supposedly fixed this problem.  I never tried it.  We switched to wpa_supplicant and have 100% success staying connected.  We don't want the end users messing with the network-manager settings anyway which show up in the task manager by default.   Read the section in the link below titled "Regular network disconnects, latency and lost packets (WiFi)"
     
    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/NetworkManager
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    freak got a reaction from chwe in no 4k resolution   
    armbian-config -> system and security settings -> switch to alternative kernels
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    freak got a reaction from Igor in Activate Auto login on boot for nightly build   
    Yeah it works they're just not a sudoer like the auto created user is.