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  1. @psygnosis Seems to be your power supply, need more ampere. Some boards reboot every 20 sec while recognising low power.
  2. When searching for rock64 in kernel folder you will find two files: rk3328-rock64.dts and rk3328-rock64-android.dts git clone https://github.com/FireflyTeam/kernel.git git clone https://github.com/FireflyTeam/build.git git clone https://github.com/FireflyTeam/rkbin.git git clone https://github.com/FireflyTeam/u-boot.git Edit: Button on Renegade-cc is not for power, it's a recovery button, used to enter loader mode http://en.t-firefly.com/doc/product/info/id/381.html#Loader20mode0A
  3. hi guy's, pay attention when looking for a emmc module for Renegade-cc, the socket is not the same as the one of Rock64 and OdroidXU4. Here two links perhaps you haven't seen yet: https://forum.armbian.com/topic/6850-document-about-compiling-a-kernel-and-rootfs-for-the-firefly-boards/ http://forum.loverpi.com/discussion/62/no-iptables-support-and-vpn-connections-dont-work-and-no-linux-image-installed the_rig April 29 The ubuntu image provided by Libre/Firefly is crap, it misses a lot of kernel modules. I use Armbian now, they more-or-less support the ROK-RK3328-CC. You can try the Armbian build I made, it's prepared for ipsec. https://www.dropbox.com/s/a2pqliuc2oyc7p3/Armbian_5.41_Roc-rk3328-cc_Ubuntu_xenial_default_4.4.120.img?dl=0
  4. Thank you too. I have the 4GB Board, no sdcard right now. Had a lot of Shipping and Taxes to pay in germany. Total incl. board 150$ (t-firefly.com). Now i am trying not to brick it Some owners of this board tried to get running 1000M Ethernet. Looking at page 3 config 4 there is no! only 100M. Same owners think that one of the usb 2.0 ports has no function. Buying this board i only missed dual channel for ddr4.
  5. Found ROC-RK3328-CC Schematic diagram http://www.t-firefly.com/download/ROC-RK3288-CC/ROC-RK3328-CC-V1.0-A_yl.pdf Somebody out there to look for Powering via GPIO pins with input protection possible? I learnt that this is no good idea: https://hackaday.io/project/21222/gallery#f8c7116fcc2041399dd2f10ce5c9dfdd Edit: No good idea to use only a 5VDC regulator. https://www.rugged-circuits.com/10-ways-to-destroy-an-arduino/
  6. New Ubuntu image: ROC-RK3328-CC_Ubuntu16.04_Arch64_20180309.zip at https://libre.computer/products/boards/roc-rk3328-cc/
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