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  1. @tony013Seems ok to me? Sure the bootlog is posting some messages which overlap with the new password prompt (see first line after "New to Armbian?") Have you tried just typing in a new root pw and pressing enter?
  2. So release has been done, marked in Jira, created on github, updated the docs, and created a post in announcements. Only things left from list are: - Point Armbian build system to new release (done already I guess?) - Celebrate, have fun!
  3. https://docs.armbian.com/Release_Changelog/#v2105-2021-05-09
  4. Nah, all good from here. I'll try to do the release this sunday. Might hop in the IRC if I need assistance. Release on sunday evening is good IMHO because if something critical goes wrong, we can fix on monday.
  5. Hi, so I merged master into release candidate branch. Can you please check the Jira issues that are still "In Progress", or can I assume they are all not done? Or are some expected to be closed in May? https://armbian.atlassian.net/secure/RapidBoard.jspa?rapidView=2&projectKey=AR
  6. So planned release candidate period is almost over. Not much feedback here... Any comments from the devs / testers on state? Igors testfarm looks good. Also please tell me if any of the commits on master (since rc) need to be included in this release (as they are bugfixes): https://github.com/armbian/build/compare/v21.05.0-rc...master @tparys @piter75 @Igor @lanefu @Werner @Rich Neese @Paolo @redchenjs (dont know the forum tags)
  7. To add to @tparysexcellent answer: The original code with commented problems: const int left_Trig = 1; const int left_Echo = 2; const int center_Trig = 3; const int center_Echo = 4; const int right_Trig = 5; const int right_Echo = 6; float a; float b; float c; void setup() { Serial.begin(9600); pinMode(left_Trig, OUTPUT); pinMode(center_Trig, OUTPUT); pinMode(right_Trig, OUTPUT); pinMode(left_Echo, INPUT); pinMode(center_Echo, INPUT); pinMode(right_Echo, INPUT); Serial.println("Ultrasonic sensor:"); } void loop() { digitalWrite(left_Trig, LOW); delayMicroseconds(2);
  8. Sure, you can first build a debian on an usb stick and try to boot or chroot from it. Only other way, I could think of, would be, to pay someone else (or at least provide a/the DNS340 to them).
  9. https://askubuntu.com/questions/627842/what-does-the-form-field-enter-auth-username-during-the-boot-proccess-mean
  10. Ok, so now you know that the box is running linux kernel 3.2, something you probably do not want to use, when building/running your own stuff. Uboot 2011 is not that horrible, and it supports the hardware so I'd leave that alone for the time beeing. I checked the GPL sources, but also couldn't figure out how to easily build an image from them. Doesnt matter though, because you wouldn't want to build from them anyway (as you'd then get the same kernel thats on the box right now). For the next steps, I'd go with what I wrote before. Check the web resources linked in previ
  11. Is this on cli or desktop? I am confused because I never saw Armbian printing out a prompt like "Enter Auth Username" and "Enter Auth Password". This makes me think, maybe you have some third party software, which is asking for some info there? (ex. the VPN). Or is this some flavor of the image? You could start with a clean image on SD card, just boot it up once, and then (without installing / setting up any of your services), reboot it. Does it show the same prompt? Also try to attach screenshot / serial log.
  12. Code freeze has happened. I have branched an rc version (https://github.com/armbian/build/tree/v21.05.0-rc ) please send bugfixes here (additionally to the master branch). Also the version of the master branch has been set to 21.08.0-trunk. Please check the remaining Jira and Github PRs to see if anything in Jira needs closing (will be used to generate the changelog). Testing and Bugfixing will be until beginning of May. Kind regards, Heisath
  13. DLINK has pretty easily accessible sources, go to their product page: https://eu.dlink.com/uk/en/products/dns-340l-sharecenter-4-bay-cloud-network-storage-enclosure And to their "GPL Support" page: https://tsd.dlink.com.tw/dlist?OS=GPL If you search for the device there, you actually get the tar.gz. with all the used files for building the firmware. Good way to figure out the kernel, uboot and compiler version used.
  14. It might be. At least there you can check for an uncluttered way of building kernel and custom initramfs. But you seem to already have access to some linux terminal. So my suggestion is to: - gather information about the system from there (which kernel is it running, which modules, what partition layout, grab the device tree etc. ) ( see lsblk, lsmod, uname ...) - try to prepare a debian (with debootstrap or similar) on a usb stick. Insert the usb stick into the DLink and chroot over to your debian. Then you can try how it works w/o removing the old system. - look fo
  15. There are no Armada 370 devices currently supported by Armbian. You can try to adopt one of the Armada 385 devices (helios4 & clearfog) or check if there ever were other Armada devices supported (dont think so). Probably you want to check here first: https://github.com/armbian/build/tree/master/config/boards https://github.com/armbian/build/tree/master/config/sources/families (mvebu) You can also check out my build tree for the WD MyCloud (which is Armada 375 based) https://github.com/heisath/wdmc2-kernel