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  1. @NepT1 I think ufw and iptables-restore are not compatible with each other. Several articles on the Internet I've seen seem to mention to turn off UFW if using iptables-restore. Something I've not looked at for myself so I need to do some of my own research. To signpost you, I guess a good place to start is a Google search like, or similar to: https://www.google.com/search?q=linux+"iptables-restore"+"ufw"
  2. https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_Recovery/
  3. @Esteve Have a look at this article: https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/switch-boot-target-to-text-gui-in-systemd-linux/ What is the result of the command ... systemctl get-default ... ?
  4. Yup. That's an oops on my part. If you've got one, use a USB to Serial card to connect a computer to the serial debug port on the SBC and you'll be able to login to the system that way and then try diagnose the issue that way. See: https://wiki.t-firefly.com/en/ROC-RK3568-PC/debug.html When I started with my Banana Pi Pro I could not get any video to display on the HDMI port right from the beginning. When I got a USN-to-Serial bridge I completed the initial setup using that method and, mysteriously, the HDMI port started to work and still works to this day.
  5. Provide diagnostic logs with ... armbianmonitor -u ... and post the link here. It'll may help others determine what the issue is.
  6. Try this: https://linuxconfig.org/automatically-mount-usb-external-drive-with-autofs Found it using a search on Google using: linux automount usb drive
  7. Provide diagnostic logs with ... armbianmonitor -u ... and post the link here. I don't know why this is happening buy it may help others determine what the issue is.
  8. Can you please provide diagnostic logs for the Rock Pi 4B+ with ... armbianmonitor -u ... and post the link here. It'll may help others determine what the issue is.
  9. Please provide diagnostic logs with ... armbianmonitor -u ... and post the link here. It'll may help others determine what the issue is.
  10. Please provide diagnostic logs with ... armbianmonitor -u ... and post the link here. It'll may help others determine what the issue is.
  11. @RES ... except when I look at the diagnostic log there is no mmc0 device. There is an mmcblk0. Is this the one you're referring to?
  12. @cryk_ Have you run a file system check and repair on the root file system? There are conditions where if the file system is not clean then the root file system is always mounted as read-only. Also check the /etc/fstab file and make sure there are no errors and/or inconsistencies in there. Also see: https://www.thegeekstuff.com/2016/03/forcefsck-on-reboot/. Should work on an Armbian built system. I believe it is safe to invoke e2fsck on a read-only root file system as nothing is getting written. It's dangerous to use e2fsck on a read-write root file system and I don't believe e2fsck will allow you to perform repair operations on a read-write enabled file system.
  13. @cryk_ Provide diagnostic logs with ... armbianmonitor -u ... and post the link here. It'll may help others determine what the issue is. The diagnostic logs might reveal why your file system is read-only and not read-write.
  14. What was the solution @freezr? It appears the member who helped you has erased their reply.
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