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  1. Take a look at this video, it looks like mod Ubuntu by nvidia. (I select the time of booting)
  2. One of the more honest Raspberry Pi ... today I think the RPi 3A+ is more decent, honest and humble with the user. I complaint about the bottle neck longtime ago in Spanish of course.
  3. Supposedly, you can configure this from CLI using: sudo armbian-config In the past I find you need to remove and reinstall to have Locale correctly set. En espagnol, nous avons aussi des mots avec des accents: xxx, disputó, xxx, coloreó. Bien à vous @John34 .
  4. Check this post: Maybe is that you are looking for.
  5. Orange Pi One dons't have onboard Wi-Fi. Maybe you are thinking on Orange Pi Lite. Following this RPi tutorial and using Nexmon drivers you can reach this modes but ... the RTL8189FTV chipset included in the OPi Lite is not supported.
  6. @balbes150 some questions which version of armbiam is best for this TV Box? Which can be installed on eMMC? Which dtb is the correct to move to /BOOT? Thanks
  7. I'm lost... I don't know whast happening with your Wi-Fi? Can you try to use `armbian-config` to set up the wireless or try to updarte or switch to a new kernel and try again:
  8. @Andeser What is the output from `lsmod` command? And also try to recreate module dependency using: sudo depmod -ae
  9. from @slinde I thinks this driver in included ... but the steps I remember more or less are download and unzip the driver in /lib/ directory . After that in a Terminal: sudo modprobe ap6181 firmware_path=/lib/firmware/ap6210/ap6181.bin nvram_path=/lib/firmware/ap6210/nvram.txt lsmod sudo ifconfig wlan0 up sudo iwlist wlan0 scan
  10. try to follow my steps long time ago ...
  11. Beelink X2 have different Wi-Fi hardware, more or less the last version of armbian support all the main part of the internal Wi-Fi that you can find inside the BX2. If not your case, there was a long and old forum post about running different Wi-Fi "modules" (like the Windows drivers) in armbian to bring your Wi-Fi to life. This weekend I try to search this post and help you.
  12. @tkaiser are you deleting the main part of your comments in this forum?
  13. This is the best and more supported version: Armbian Xenial desktop legacy kernel 3.4.y Is the old kernel but everything works out of the box.
  14. I take you suggest and try to give a try in near future, thanks!! For me, the only advantage to using RDP is you don't need to intall anything on Windows and also you can find Microsoft official client in the Mac App Store. But I normally for remote "desktop" use I prefer to export the X apps via SSH using: ssh -X user@machine