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  1. @Igor I can verify M1 image now works, thanks!
  2. @Igor I hate when that happens. I've been stuck on something for days and weeks sometimes and it's something crazy like that. Happens to every dev.
  3. @Igor I know you probably tried this, but focal builds were work around mid-May. Can you see any deltas to your build scripts after that?
  4. I was able to get the M1 focal image to boot with local build as well. So are you still having issues with automated builds or just this one?
  5. I just created a VirtualBox VM and built NanoPi Duo and NanoPi M1 fine. Duo working fine, still need to test M1 image.
  6. @Igor I built Armbian_20.08.0-trunk_Nanopiduo_focal_current_5.4.43_minimal.img local and it boots fine. I will try Armbian_20.08.0-trunk_Nanopim1_focal_current_5.4.43_minimal.img later tonight. At least I have a work around. Sorry I cannot be more help for the automated issue.
  7. @Igor Armbian_20.05.1_Nanopiduo_focal_current_5.4.43.img same issue as M1 image.
  8. @Igor Does this happen if you build manually? If not, then I will try to build locally. I should learn how to do this any ways.
  9. Yes, I just tried Armbian_20.05.1_Nanopim1_bionic_current_5.4.43.img and it works. The Odroid C1, Odroid C2, Odroid XU4 and Nano Pi Neo Plus2 focal images work. I tested these against my Java Periphery library. but before I noticed the M1 image was hosed. When did this corruption start? Seems like around the 5/24 image time frame.
  10. @Igor I'm seeing same issue with Armbian_20.05.1_Nanopim1_focal_current_5.4.43.img. I tried a few different SD cards to make sure it wasn't that. Below is an image of the board I'm using:
  11. Thanks for getting M1 to booting! I have two of these I need to use for Zabbix Server and a web server. Yes, the C1 is picky about SD, I found a SD now that is 3x faster than the last one (thanks for all the great work): sudo hdparm -tT /dev/mmcblk0 /dev/mmcblk0: Timing cached reads: 972 MB in 2.00 seconds = 485.89 MB/sec HDIO_DRIVE_CMD(identify) failed: Invalid argument Timing buffered disk reads: 44 MB in 3.04 seconds = 14.45 MB/sec
  12. Thanks man, trying to get use out of these old boards! I also noticed Odroid C1 (same focal image) was segmentation faulting. Looks like that got cleaned up with Armbian_20.05.0-trunk.148_Odroidc1_focal_legacy_5.4.43.img. SD performance was really bad, so trying new SD with it, although that's nothing new with C1.
  13. Tested Armbian_20.05.0-rc.149_Nanopim1_focal_current_5.4.43.img and I even tried hooking up video to see what was going on and nothing. Image doesn't expand on SD. I know this isn't supported, but would be nice to have focal on my old M1s. Also, I've tried the 5/24 image and the same issue.
  14. Java Periphery has finally been released! Java Periphery is a high performance library for GPIO, LED, PWM, SPI, I2C, MMIO and Serial peripheral I/O interface access in userspace Linux. This will replace User Space IO. I'm seeing GPIO write speeds of 500K/s from userspace. Compared to User Space IO and libgopid speeds of 2K/s. I switched from JNA wrapper generation to JNI wrapper generation. The build process is much simpler (only single install.sh) and building libgpiod is no longer required. The API follows c-periphery, python-periphery and lua-periphery. This should cover the widest array of SBCs and languages around. Java Periphery should work on Armbian/Ubuntu/Debian, but also other non-Armbian distributions. If you run into issues please use Github issues to report. Nano Pi Duo 13:30:43.065 [main] INFO com.codeferm.periphery.demo.GpioPerf - Running write test with 10000000 samples 13:31:23.062 [main] INFO com.codeferm.periphery.demo.GpioPerf - 500613.25 writes per second 13:31:23.065 [main] INFO com.codeferm.periphery.demo.GpioPerf - Running read test with 10000000 samples 13:31:54.471 [main] INFO com.codeferm.periphery.demo.GpioPerf - 318440.91 reads per second Nano Pi Neo Plus 2 15:06:51.946 [main] INFO com.codeferm.periphery.demo.GpioPerf - Running write test with 10000000 samples 15:07:22.522 [main] INFO com.codeferm.periphery.demo.GpioPerf - 654964.63 writes per second 15:07:22.524 [main] INFO com.codeferm.periphery.demo.GpioPerf - Running read test with 10000000 samples 15:07:46.696 [main] INFO com.codeferm.periphery.demo.GpioPerf - 413770.27 reads per second