Alex83

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  1. Hi guys, I try to reinstall my tvheadend, but unfortunately it always tells me suddenly some depencies which I can't solve. libhdhomerun4 (>= 20200521) But it's installed and in Buster stable only available: libhdhomerun4:armhf (20180327-1) When i try to install it manuelly, then there is the next depency to libc-bin and so on... a never ending story. Actually tvheadend worked already quite well, but suddenly it stopped working. So I thought maybe it's the best idea to reinstall tvheadend. And now there is even bigger trouble.
  2. Hey guys, I stock with my device again. The wifi doesn't work as it seems and so I have no network connection anymore. If I connect it to the TV and plug a keyboard in I see there are pronlems with Failed to start Raise network interfaces. If I login and see the armbian-config I can still discover all networks around. When I try to connect it shows the error message Connection... Could not activate connection: Activation failed: The Wi-Fi network could not be found So unfortunately I can't copy now dmesg
  3. I would also love to know where we continue our very constructive discussions? I think the project shouldn't die because of a closing thread...
  4. @Igor: Hey Igor, I read you wanted to implement the bluetooth and wifi directly into the armbian-images for supported M2plus. How did this go on and what is the actual state at the moment? I use the newest image with kernel 5.8.x Armbian 20.08.13, but there is still no wifi or bluetooth found within armbian-config tool.
  5. Hi guys, I searched for an answer but couldn't find a working one. Most answers from 2017 and it's not possible to answer there. Could someone please explain how to use the wifi and bluetooth module on Armbian 20.08.7 Bionic with Linux 5.8.13-sunxi (minimal without desktop)? ____ ____ _ __ __ ____ | __ )| _ \(_) | \/ |___ \ _ | _ \| |_) | | | |\/| | __) || |_ | |_) | __/| | | | | |/ __/_ _| |____/|_| |_| |_| |_|_____||_| Welcome to Armbian 20.08.7 Bionic with Linux 5.8.13-sunxi System load: 2%
  6. That's exactly what also happens with my V88 Mini 4k Box. To say what's best you need to define what you wanna do. Rk3228 is much more powerful of it's hardware than rk3229 products. I Can't tell you what's the difference between rk3228a and rk3228b. I can tell you that I own a device Alfawise Z28 Pro which has 1000Mbit/s LAN and wifi ac with 5GHz and USB 3.0. Unfortunately not im use because im not sure if I can use the Z28 images from a similar box. Anyway I think rk3229 has no USB3. 0 and 1000Mbit/s ETH support and maybe also no wifi ac. B
  7. That's exactly what also happens with my V88 Mini 4k Box. To say what's best you need to define what you wanna do. Rk3328 is much more powerful of it's hardware than rk3229 products. I Can't tell you what's the difference between rk3328a and rk3328b. I can tell you that I own a device Alfawise Z28 Pro which has 1000Mbit/s LAN and wifi ac with 5GHz and USB 3.0. Unfortunately not im use because im not sure if I can use the Z28 images from a similar box. Anyway I think rk3229 has no USB3. 0 and 1000Mbit/s ETH support and maybe also no wifi ac. B
  8. That's exactly what also happens with my V88 Mini 4k Box. To say what's best you need to define what you wanna do. Rk3328 is much more powerful of it's hardware than rk3229 products. I Can't tell you what's the difference between rk3228a and rk3228b. I can tell you that I own a device Alfawise Z28 Pro which has 1000Mbit/s LAN and wifi ac with 5GHz and USB 3.0. Unfortunately not im use because im not sure if I can use the Z28 images from a similar box. Anyway I think rk3229 has no USB3. 0 and 1000Mbit/s ETH support and maybe also no wifi ac. B
  9. Hey, Thank you very much your explanation. I haven't tried the ssv6x5x driver. Actually I'm not sure yet if wifi mac changes every reboot or the eth0. I actually installed the newest image of you 20.08 legacy kernel. Is it maybe because I did it wrong with the option "burn flash to Rom"? But I didn't install the idbloader. It recommended not to install, so I didn't install it. As far as I understand @fabiobassahe also thinks we need the unclean workaround. How can I actually get the real Mac address? It's not the one
  10. Hey, Thank you very much your explanation. I haven't tried the ssv6x5x driver. Actually I'm not sure yet if wifi mac changes every reboot or the eth0. I actually installed the newest image of you 20.08 legacy kernel. Is it maybe because I did it wrong with the option "burn flash to Rom"? But I didn't install the idbloader. It recommended not to install, so I didn't install it. As far as I understand @fabiobassahe also thinks we need the unclean workaround. How can I actually get the real Mac address? It's not the one
  11. Hey, Thank you very much your explanation. I haven't tried the ssv6x5x driver. Actually I'm not sure yet if wifi mac changes every reboot or the eth0. I actually installed the newest image of you 20.08 legacy kernel. Is it maybe because I did it wrong with the option "burn flash to Rom"? But I didn't install the idbloader. It recommended not to install, so I didn't install it. As far as I understand @fabiobassahe also thinks we need the unclean workaround. How can I actually get the real Mac address? It's not the one
  12. Hi thanks a lot for your very quick reply! I used your compiled images. Can I also try to use ssv6x5x driver with ssv6051 chipset? Id: 3030:3030 Cheers and very good work and fantastic that it made to official armbian side! I'm very happy to see that after such a long period of collecting this electronic trash devices. Unfortunately they were never usable with original firmwares under Android... BTW is there a solution for switching eth0 mac address after each reboot?
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  14. Fingers crossed for development. Dpkg: error processing package linux-image-legacy-rk322x (--configure) : installed linux-image-legacy-rk322x package post-installation scripts subprocess returned error exit status 1 Errors were encountered while processing : linux-image-legacy-rk322x E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) Hope you guys can tell why it's not going well with the update... Also I noticed reboot is still not working unfortunately. I need to replug the power adapter... First test with
  15. Hi @fabiobassa, Noticed a mistake. Did use wrong flash method for NAND... Reflashed with... NAND-method. Now the device is booting again... Sorry guys. This was my mistake, I didn't read carefully enough again... Thanks for your hard work which I really celebrate than just only appreciate which of course I also do! 😊 Hey is it worth to give it a try with new image kernel 5.8 or still no working wifi driver for ssv6051? Edit: guys! I'm blasted of the development! It detected and selected already everything correctly whe