manuti

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  1. Sorry @Virverus I see your AndroidTV stick and since I have a similar device I asked you if you did some tests with another device. Anyway I tried my device with RK3066 and it didn't work. I know it was crazy, but I didn't lose much by trying. Thanks.
  2. @Virverus Any chance of having this image running in a Ugoos UG2 with RK3066 ?
  3. Is it v 20.05.2 ? Yes. Re-download and tested. Results uploaded. Also no Wi-Fi.
  4. Downloaded and tested, but Focal 5.6 never boot. Etcher burned OK. Same microSD, same board, same power source, same Ethernet cable than Debian Buster. I'm going to download again to double check.
  5. Yes, but no Wi-Fi. I pass the test from: https://github.com/armbian/testings/ Any additional information?
  6. I can't help with 256MB issues I only have a 512MB unit. I see the banner so I downloaded the Debian Server image.
  7. Good news!!! Rock Pi S is now officially supported (I see today but I don't when started) And also with kernel 5.6 https://www.armbian.com/rockpi-s/#kernels-archive-all
  8. Thanks @balbes150 with your hard work to prepare the images is enough for me. So no "original firmware" no way. If anyone have the "manual recipe" to install latest image on Amlogic board in the manual way I will glad to test the recipe. Thanks again.
  9. Hey, I'm trying to update and old install on eMMC with 3.40 kernel on and MXQ Pro+ with Amlogic 905X. I can boot from SD card with the last version shared here when I try to copy to eMMC with /root/install scripts. It looks that runs more or less OK but after when reboot from eMMC the old 3.40 legacy kernel is still here. What's wrong? What is the correct way to update the eMMC? Thanks in advance for the help. If some logs can help, let me know.
  10. Thanks @Werner I need to clean that. I have 21GB free in the /home unit, and the script warned when only have 9GB. I really love these pieces of junk, the Beelink X2 and the Sunvell R69, and armbian to give they a decent Linux live.
  11. Last question @Igor this 20GB or more are needed in / partitiion, or in the folder I choose to download Armbian Sript ? Thanks.
  12. Soooo, Roger That. RIP Rock64 for me.
  13. Or ROCK64 with 4GB is about 45$ https://store.pine64.org/?product=rock64-media-board-computer The ROCK64 4GB board designated as LTS (long Term Supply) model, PINE64 committed to supply at least for 5 years until year 2022 and beyond.
  14. I went that way last weekend, but I ran out of space. How many Gigas do I need to compile the image?
  15. @Tido edited. Sorry for flooding the thread. @Igor Yesss! I know is incorrect to switch images in this crazy way but: the last image for Beelink X2 is too old (normal because is EOS) and also the internal Wi-Fi din't work so I decide to the most similar, under my opinion, OPi+2e : Internal Wi-Fi and eMMC. So the board starts and run pretty decent. The temperature don't go high (supposing is measure correctly). If there and easy way to change the hardware configuration I'll do; if not, don't worry. Thanks for trying to help me.