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  1. Yes, same problem here. Not resolved. But for now I didn't tested the plain text config, wpa-suplicant, suggested by slunde. I don't have enough time test.
  2. Yes, you can take the pictures. I installed armbian in the eMMC so the Android has gone. Sorry.
  3. here you are the inside pictures of my Beelink X2 Thanks and I hope this can help.
  4. thanks slinde I give a try next week
  5. I download the firmware from the link from @slinde links in ths post: And I follow the instruction in this other post but changing all the references to bcmhd to 8189es. The Wi-Fi is up and running but I can't connect to my WPA2 !!! Only WEP!!! Any idea about this issue? Thanks.
  6. Finally I discover my Beelin X2 have a `8189es` so applying same firmware but change the bcmhd part by the 8189es all the tings go up. manuti@beelinkx2:~$ sudo modprobe 8189es firmware_path=/lib/firmware/ap6210/8189es.bin nvram_path=/lib/firmware/ap6210/nvram.txt manuti@beelinkx2:~$ lsmod Module Size Used by 8189es 1076034 0 mali_drm 2732 1 drm 178255 2 mali_drm mali 123208 0 ump 29379 3 mali sunxi_spdma 3703 1 sunxi_spdif 7037 1 sunxi_sndspdif 388
  7. Hi slinde, inside the firmware file there is no bcmdhd.bin file. When I do a: sudo modprobe bcmdhd firmware_path=/lib/firmware/ap6210/bcmdhd.bin nvram_path=/lib/firmware/ap6210/nvram.txt I have a message like this: modprobe: ERROR: could not insert 'bcmdhd': No such device And the dmesg shows me: [ 1004.060351] failed to power up DHD generic adapter, 0 retry left Any help?
  8. Thanks a lot. This evening I will give it a try. But I'm thinking in wait to the v5.15 release.
  9. Hi slinde, the firmware is missing, can somebody upload and share? Thanks.
  10. About the Wi-Fi, when I try in ARMBIAN 5.14 jessie desktop 3.4.112-sun8i: sudo modprobe bcmdhd modprobe: ERROR: could not insert 'bcmdhd': No such device I need to do something more? in /etc/modules I have: # /etc/modules: kernel modules to load at boot time. # # This file contains the names of kernel modules that should be loaded # at boot time, one per line. Lines beginning with "#" are ignored. #gpio_sunxi bcmdhd sndspdif sunxi_sndspdif sunxi_spdif sunxi_spdma And when I do lsmod obtain: Module Size Used by mali_drm 2732 1 drm
  11. OK, thanks for the info. My Beelink X2 is ordered! Incredible work guys!
  12. Finally after all the other steps I have cleaned Locales sudo apt-get purge locales and everything starting to work
  13. I try to resume and retest all the lessons learned here and is not working, starting from a clean install I can't switch to a full spanish localized version. I can change and install addional packages but after every reboot finally I have: LANGUAGE=en_US.UTF-8 LANG=en_US.UTF-8 Any help? Any ideas?
  14. Last clarification. After install do: sudo apt-get install task-spanish-desktop If you have started with Jessie Desktop you end with a doubled screen because you have Lightdm and Nodm installed. I decided to remove the second one: sudo apt-get remove nodm
  15. You can find a more or less new version compiled for ARM in herokuapp:
  16. Thanks @JTI I also added LibreOffice: apt-get install libreoffice-help-es libreoffice-l10n-es
  17. Finally is in Spanish, I don't know why the system refuse to change for the first time. The worst thing is that: I don't know what of the many files touched and changed things is the way to change the Desktop language.
  18. Thanks a million. Build my own image is not in my checklist today, I can wait for a 5.10 release, I normally use only Ubuntu LTS versions. I know about the great Jean-Luc web and in particular the Orange Pi One articles, he have some troubles with keyboard configuration but not with the locales, or maybe he didn't try to change to French or another different language than English.