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  1. root@sabre18:~# cat /etc/default/cpufrequtils ENABLE=true MIN_SPEED=480000 MAX_SPEED=1104000 GOVERNOR=conservative check your max cpufreq setting. My neo plus 2 runs stable only at 1,1GHz
  2. yes, mostly the nodes in the device tree are available but deactivated with status = "disabled"; And you simply can active them by saying status = "okay"; in an overlay. Furhermore you can override the standard values. What you did in the past with module parameters you nowdays do it in the device tree. check this: https://elinux.org/images/f/f9/Petazzoni-device-tree-dummies_0.pdf It helped me to get an overview what DTS is and how it interacts with the linux kernel drivers. Oh yes, its not easy to understand. It will take some time (at least for me it took years) but playing around is good for practise and step by step you will get familiar with it. Next version 22.05 will have the regulators enabled by default so you do not need the overlay anymore.
  3. http://tron.dyn.cc/sun7i-bananpro-ahci.dts download my test user overlay, copy it to your system and activate it (as root) with: armbian-add-overlay sun7i-bananpro-ahci.dts this should work on any kernel below 5.17 after release of 22.05 you need to remove it from /boot/overlay-user/
  4. solved with https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/3613 thanks @the-going
  5. [...found another thread] followup here:
  6. yes, these patches will go into official armbian images and will be available with next release 22.05 I think. Thanks @Igor for reactivating the state to supported. Now the official downloads are back on armbian page: https://redirect.armbian.com/bananapipro/Bullseye_current So I recommend you to first use the official image to get proper kernel and userland environment on your board. Later you can upgrade the kernel in usual way by "apt get update / upgrade" or aptitude. If you want to debug a non starting board you need to connect the serial console via USB to UART and watch it e.g. via minicom. And yes a native Linux machine is highly recommended 😉
  7. Hi @Igor perfect, thanks. Next step is to upgarde the WIFI firmware to 5.90.244: [ 13.975858] brcmfmac: brcmf_c_preinit_dcmds: Firmware: BCM43362/1 wl0: May 16 2018 23:42:49 version 5.90.244 FWID 01-0 I loaded it from kernel git here: https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/firmware/linux-firmware.git/tree/brcm?id=d9430acf46774d75fa269a667b7b4598d60aa353 It magically diasppeared in the current kernel git repository, but I found it in a commit from 2018. I will test it for the next few days and then upload to armbian firmware repo.
  8. I know, I already hired for nanopi neo plus2 🙂 https://www.armbian.com/nanopi-neo-plus2/
  9. https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/3549 @Igor you may add me as maintainer for Banapi Pro.
  10. | __ )| _ \(_) | _ \ _ __ ___ | _ \| |_) | | | |_) | '__/ _ \ | |_) | __/| | | __/| | | (_) | |____/|_| |_| |_| |_| \___/ Welcome to Armbian 22.05.0-trunk with Linux 5.15.30-sunxi No end-user support: built from trunk System load: 7% Up time: 26 min Memory usage: 6% of 967M IP: 192.168.1.251 CPU temp: 34°C Usage of /: 71% of 908M building kernel and minimal image was succesful. But SATA is missing. Solution is to enable the reg_ahci_5v regulator pin like this: https://git.yoctoproject.org/linux-yocto-contrib/plain/arch/arm/boot/dts/sun7i-a20-itead-ibox.dts Tested with a user overlay and armbian-add-overlay - SATA is back. I'd like to integrate it into armbian: - patch in patch/kernel/archive/sunxi-5.15/patches.armbian/arm-dts-sun7i-a20-bananapro-add-ahci-regulator.patch - added to patch/kernel/archive/sunxi-5.15/series.armbian But it get's not processed during kernel compiling? @Igor what I'm missing. There is already a patches.armbian/arm-dts-sun7i-a20-bananapro-add-hdmi-connector-de.patch - would it better to patch this patch to have only one file per board?
  11. https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/3504 this is my first pull request ever, please check.
  12. The mainline sunxi sets the cpufreq to 1,3 GHz on the nanopineoplus2. This is too fast for the older models. I would like to seed a /etc/default/cpufrequtils file with reduced MAX_SPEED. Where can I place it inside the armbian build process? Or do you have another idea how to initially reduce the max cpu speed? And btw. could you please reenable the automatic build for nanopineoplus2. I already set status to "supported" on the board page. But I belive there is something magic to bring this back.
  13. Hi Werner, oh yes, I definitively have access. I run two of these boards in my DACs for several years now: https://github.com/teknoid/dac/blob/master/pics/sabre18-top.jpg