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    NicoD reacted to jng98908 in [Guide] How to boot Orange pi 5 from SATA m.2 SSD (for Orange pi OS and Armbian)   
    I originally posted this on reddit after seeing a lot of posts trying to use a SATA M.2 SSD and saying it wouldn't boot with replies telling them to go buy a NVME M.2 SSD which isn't necessary when the board does support SATA M.2 with flashing the correct bootloader. This guide has 3 different sections, 1 being booting with Orange pi OS and 2 being with Armbian OS
     
    Orange Pi OS Instructions
    Download Orange Pi OS Ubuntu or Debian from their website http://www.orangepi.org/html/hardWare/computerAndMicrocontrollers/service-and-support/Orange-pi-5.html unzip the 7z file to get the .img file and flash it to your sd card with your preferred flasher i.e balenaetcher. Once flashed put it into orange pi 5 and boot from sd card first
    once booted, the rest will be done in a terminal. go ahead and do your usual update
    sudo apt update
    sudo apt upgrade -y
    3. then make sure to wipe your SPI of any previous bootloader (give it time to complete, you'll know it's done when you get your cursor back in terminal)
    sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/mtdblock0 bs=1M count=1
    4. Write sata bootloader to SPI
    sudo dd if=/usr/share/orangepi5/rkspi_loader_sata.img of=/dev/mtdblock0 && sudo sync
    5. Edit boot file on sd card to recognize sata by adding overlays line to the bottom, save then reboot
    sudo nano /boot/orangepiEnv.txt
    overlays=ssd-sata
    sudo reboot
    6. On reboot you will still boot into SD card but now you should see "sda" (your sata SSD) show up on your list of devices when typing:
    lsblk
    7. Put the same Orange Pi OS image you used in step 1 in any directory on your orange pi making sure it is unzipped and is in .img format. I just used the web browser in orange pi os to redownload from the website which for me put it in directory /home/orangepi/Downloads
    8. Flash your downloaded .img to your sata ssd with this command (substitute with your directory to .img)
    sudo dd bs=1M if=/path/your/orangepi.img of=/dev/sda status=progress && sudo sync
    9. Mount your ssd so you can edit the ssd’s boot file to support sata and reboot
    sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/
    sudo nano /mnt/boot/orangepiEnv.txt
    overlays=ssd-sata
    sudo umount /mnt/ && sudo sync
    sudo poweroff
    10. Remove SDcard, turn on orange pi and it should boot orange pi OS from your M.2 sata ssd now
     
    Armbian OS Instructions
    Relatively same instructions with different file names
    write armbian .img file to your sd card with balenaetcher, I chose to use the more up to date imags from their github here https://github.com/armbian/build/releases/ make sure to unzip
    boot armbian from sd card, wipe spi
    sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/mtdblock0 bs=1M count=1
    3 Download sata spi bootloader from orange github, place it on your sd card (mine is in downloads directory) and write to spi
    https://github.com/orangepi-xunlong/orangepi-build/blob/next/external/packages/bsp/rk3588/usr/share/orangepi5/rkspi_loader_sata.img
    sudo dd if=/home/pi/Downloads/rkspi_loader_sata.img of=/dev/mtdblock0 status=progress && sudo sync
    4. Edit boot file to recognize sata then reboot
    sudo nano /boot/armbianEnv.txt
    overlays=opi5-sata
    sudo reboot
    5. Once rebooted you can check sda shows up with command:
    lsblk
    6. download the same armbian.img you used for step 1 to your orange pi making sure it's unzipped in .img format, then flash it to your ssd
    sudo dd bs=1M if=/path/your/armbian.img of=/dev/sda status=progress && sudo sync
    7. Mount /boot/ of ssd so you can edit the ssd’s boot file to support sata and reboot
    sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/
    sudo nano /mnt/boot/armbianEnv.txt
    overlays=opi5-sata
    sudo umount /mnt/ && sudo sync
    sudo poweroff
    8. Remove SDcard and start SBC, resize filesystem to use all available space
    sudo systemctl enable armbian-resize-filesystem
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    NicoD got a reaction from royk in [GUIDE] Kodi on Orange Pi 5 with GPU Hardware Acceleration and HDMI Audio   
    Thank you for the instructions. I done it on Rock5B with Jammy.
    I had tried before but wasn't able to make it work. Must have had one of the steps missing. It plays 4K files great and with HDMI audio.
    Thanks to all involved. Not sure if I can make a video about it, I'll just refer to this thread in the next RK3588 review. Thanks.
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    NicoD reacted to adr3nal1n27 in [GUIDE] Kodi on Orange Pi 5 with GPU Hardware Acceleration and HDMI Audio   
    Kodi on Orange Pi 5 with GPU Hardware Acceleration and HDMI Audio
     
    Huge thanks to user @roykon the Armbian forums for the directions on this in their various forum posts and Armbian forum user @amazingfate for maintaining the PPAs and software builds required for GPU acceleration. I have simply listed below, for the reference of others, the minimum Steps used to get Kodi running with GPU hardware acceleration (for x264/x265 decode) plus HDR auto switching and with HDMI Audio output*. (I am using the Orange Pi 5 with a Samsung 4K TV)
     
    *No instructions added yet for enabling HDMI passthrough.
    ** No instructions added yet for enabling HDMI CEC.
     
    Step 1 (SD card image creation)
    Download the image below, uncompress it and write it to an SD card.
    https://github.com/armbian/build/releases/download/23.02.0-trunk.0173/Armbian_23.02.0-trunk.0173_Orangepi5_jammy_legacy_5.10.110_xfce_desktop.img.xz#orangepi5 
     
    Step 2 (First boot)
    Boot the SD card image and complete the on-screen prompts for user & password creation.
    Note down the IP address of the Orange Pi 5, you will need it in step 3.
     
    Step 3 (SSH into the Orange Pi 5)
    SSH to the IP address of your Orange Pi 5 and login using the user account and password you set up in Step 2.
     
    Step 4 (Enable PPAs and install other elements required for GPU hardware acceleration)
    At the command line, enter the following commands (highlighted in Blue):
    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:liujianfeng1994/panfork-mesa
    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:liujianfeng1994/rockchip-multimedia
    sudo apt update
    sudo apt full-upgrade
    sudo apt install ubuntu-desktop kodi
    When prompted on-screen if you wish to use gdm or lightdm, select gdm. 
     
    Step 5 (Configuration file additions & changes)
    At the command line, enter the following commands (highlighted in Blue):
    sudo mv /usr/share/xsessions/kodi.desktop /usr/share/wayland-sessions/kodi-wayland.desktop
    sudo nano /etc/udev/rules.d/11-rockchip-multimedia.rules
    KERNEL=="mpp_service", MODE="0660", GROUP="video" KERNEL=="rga", MODE="0660", GROUP="video" KERNEL=="system-dma32", MODE="0666", GROUP="video" KERNEL=="system-uncached-dma32", MODE="0666", GROUP="video" RUN+="/usr/bin/chmod a+rw /dev/dma_heap"  
    sudo nano /etc/gdm3/custom.conf
    Add the line below and save the file.
    WaylandEnable=true  
    sudo nano /usr/share/alsa/cards/HDMI-OUT.conf
    Add all of the content below and save the file.
    # configuration for HDMI connection which just expose the # audio out device <confdir:pcm/hdmi.conf> HDMI-OUT.pcm.hdmi.0 {         @args [ CARD DEVICE CTLINDEX AES0 AES1 AES2 AES3 ]         @args.CARD {                 type string         }         @args.DEVICE {                 type integer         }         @args.CTLINDEX {                 type integer         }         @args.AES0 {                 type integer         }         @args.AES1 {                 type integer         }         @args.AES2 {                 type integer         }         @args.AES3 {                 type integer         }         type hw card $CARD  }  
    sudo nano /usr/share/alsa/cards/aliases.conf
    Add the line below and save the file.
    rockchip-hdmi0 cards.HDMI-OUT
     
    Step 6 (Reboot and Start Kodi)
    At the command line, enter the following commands (highlighted in Blue):
    sudo reboot
    At the login screen, select “kodi” in the bottom right hand corner menu.
    Now login using your username and password. Kodi should now load.
     
    Step 7 (Adjust Kodi settings)
    From within Kodi goto Settings -> Player -> Videos goto the bottom left corner of the screen and change it from Standard to Expert. From within Kodi goto Settings -> Player -> Videos, Playback, and change Adjust display refresh rate to “On start/stop” From within Kodi goto Settings -> Player -> Videos, Processing, enable "Allow using DRM PRIME decoder" and "Allow hardware acceleration with DRM PRIME". And set "PRIME Render Method" to "Direct To Plane" From within Kodi goto Settings -> System -> Display, and change the resolution to 1920x1080p From within Kodi goto Settings -> System -> Audio, and change the Audio output device to “Built in Audio Digital Stereo (HDMI),HDMI / DisplayPort (PULSEAUDIO)”  
    Step 8 (Test video playback and check that GPU acceleration & HDMI Audio are working)
    During video playback, press ‘o’ on the keyboard, and it should show Video decoder: ff-hevc_rkmpp-drm_prime (HW) During video playback, if you have a Samsung TV, press the “Info” button on your Samsung TV remote to show the current playback resolution, frame rate and whether or not HDR is in use. (Depending on the video content being played)
     
    Thank you again to Armbian forum users @royk and @amazingfate 








     
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    NicoD reacted to Igor in Armbian developers meeting 1/18/2023   
    Event -> Video (with transcripts and comments)
     
    1. Merging NEXT (Jira tickets)
     
    - many small fixes
    - windows build support (WSL2)
    - small machine support (smarter dependency handling)
    - better patch logging and logs in general
    - people contributing
     
    Focus on:

    - CI, aggregation, rootfs cache ( @Igor @rpardini)
    - testing, testing, testing (anyone)
     
    2. Providing stable builds for main TV box image?
     
    We generally support this idea and builds can be enabled @SteeMan https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/master/config/targets.conf
     
    3. None this week.

    Comments on all topics are welcome!
     
    @Contributor/Maintainer
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    NicoD got a reaction from TRS-80 in Armbian developers meeting 1/11/2023   
    That was very infomative.
    Can't add much to the discussion. I agree that forum used to be a lot better and more important. Because of the use of Discord, irc, Jira... there is more fragmentation.

    We used to use the forum also to chat between devs/users/mederators. Now that is done on discord, irc or github. So the fun is out of the forum.
    Nothing of what is said on discord is of value in the future. While what is said on the forum keeps its value and is easy to find.

    Github is good for bugreports and discussion on how to go ahead. But it is a developers tool and not for regular users.
    Discord is good to chat. It added features we didn't have on the forum like being able to do voice chats or video chat. But it takes away the focus from the forum for many.

    I don't check the forum as much as I used to. Only see if there is anything interesting in the notifications. But I miss a lot because I'm not present as much. And what happens on the forum isn't communicated much about on discord.

    Maybe a discord/irc room where forum posts can be seen. Just the titles would be enough to sparkle curiosity.

    For me there is too much to have to keep up with. I've got my YT channel, reddit, facebook groups, forum, discord, twitter, ...
    Quality decreases when too much is going on. Nobody can keep up with it maybe except Igor. (he seems to see it al )

    Watched at 1.25x.
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    NicoD got a reaction from jock in Armbian developers meeting 1/11/2023   
    That was very infomative.
    Can't add much to the discussion. I agree that forum used to be a lot better and more important. Because of the use of Discord, irc, Jira... there is more fragmentation.

    We used to use the forum also to chat between devs/users/mederators. Now that is done on discord, irc or github. So the fun is out of the forum.
    Nothing of what is said on discord is of value in the future. While what is said on the forum keeps its value and is easy to find.

    Github is good for bugreports and discussion on how to go ahead. But it is a developers tool and not for regular users.
    Discord is good to chat. It added features we didn't have on the forum like being able to do voice chats or video chat. But it takes away the focus from the forum for many.

    I don't check the forum as much as I used to. Only see if there is anything interesting in the notifications. But I miss a lot because I'm not present as much. And what happens on the forum isn't communicated much about on discord.

    Maybe a discord/irc room where forum posts can be seen. Just the titles would be enough to sparkle curiosity.

    For me there is too much to have to keep up with. I've got my YT channel, reddit, facebook groups, forum, discord, twitter, ...
    Quality decreases when too much is going on. Nobody can keep up with it maybe except Igor. (he seems to see it al )

    Watched at 1.25x.
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    NicoD got a reaction from atone in Armbian related videos / video documentation thread!   
    Here all other Armbian related videos.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    And lots of review videos on my channel. So subscribe if you're interested.
    Greetings, NicoD
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    NicoD reacted to Igor in Armbian developers meeting 1/11/2023   
    Event -> Video (with transcripts and comments)
     
    1. Merging NEXT (Jira tickets / updated slides)
     
    We discussed progress and problems. Help is needed with:
    enabling CI developer perspective testing -> test all boot loader, old boot loaders, especially armhf images: cubox-i, odroids, clearfog, ... user perspective testing desktop (currently is broken?)  
    2. Encourage end-users to open bugs to Jira?
     
    Replacing https://www.armbian.com/bugs/ with instructions how to add a bug to Jira seems like a good idea. But this will be community managed without any obligation from Armbian team. Basically introducing a proper bug tracker. Existing AR-XXXX issues that are hardware specific should be moved there. If we have a consensus on that, we have to make a plan, write proper instructions and launch it ... or forget about.
     
    3. Move developers forums to GitHub
     
    We were weighting idea to try to encourage more discussion on GitHub and have forum more users oriented. For start, we can try to enable Action - if label discussion is raised, it automatically creates a topic on GitHub discussions. Or similar. If we do that, we should first deal with hardware related bugs. 

    For 2 and 3 we didn't come to any common conclusions except that communication is fragmented around forum, git, irc / discord, emails, PMs ...

    Comments on all topics are welcome!
     
    @Contributor/Maintainer
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    NicoD reacted to balbes150 in Mekotronics Rk3588 mini pc   
    Tnx. Ok.
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    NicoD got a reaction from Myron in Which windows utility will reliably take an SD card image and restore it back exactly as is?   
    win32diskimager
    It can create .img files from sd-cards and save where ever you want. It can write them to sd-cards.
    It is simple, lightweight and does what it needs to do. Just be careful with other USB devices connected. Always make sure you've got the correct drive names. Or else...
    I once formatted my USB hard drive from 1.5TB with all movies and music. Wasn't my happiest day. Tought me to use a NAS for it instead.
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    NicoD reacted to esanya in We want YOU for armbian   
    Hi,
     
    I'm a SW developer with experience in:
    linux, bash, systemd java, c, c++, python, spring-boot, spring-data, jpa openapi Virtualbox, Vagrant cryptography: openssl, X509, publik-key (rsa, ec) IAM: keycloak, spring security, JWT, spring cloud  
    I would like to help.
     
    BR,
    Sandor
     
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    NicoD reacted to balbes150 in Mekotronics Rk3588 mini pc   
    Interestingly, this is the first time I've seen this model. The presence of SATA and the ability to easily connect standard SSD drives is interesting. The lack of an SD card is a big minus, it will significantly complicate the use of this device, but this can be circumvented if the u-boot source code for this model is available to me. But I don't have this model, so I can't help you with anything.
     
    you have fallen behind the reality again  
    Armbian for Firefly Station M3 (rk3588s-roc-pc) has been around for a long time and is well supported.
    AltLinux for M3 is also available. Also, I am currently testing\debugging Libreelec for Station M3. So the support for Station M3 is much better than Rock 5b
     
    https://www.armbian.com/station-m3/
     
     
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    NicoD reacted to thesillywhat in We want YOU for armbian   
    Hello,
    I would like to help out. I have never been involved in open source community and this has been a dream of mine to collaborate.
     
    Little bit about me.
    1. I have 3 years of working in Yocto projects. During this time I have supported and developed on NXP chips and Raspberry pi.
    2. I have written device side divers for them.
    3. I have a masters in Electrical engineering and have been working in embedded Industry for 6 years.
    4. I have a very good understanding of the Linux system been working and supporting one for more than 4 years.
    5. And I am not afraid of VIM (I have a list of cheat sheets in front of my desk )
     
    I am more comfortable in supporting and collaborating for Linux but open to learn and help in whatever way I can
     
    Thanks
     
     
     
     
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    NicoD got a reaction from Werner in PinebookPro all armbian versions broken   
    Works sometimes. I've had it work a few minutes and then gone again.

    I'm able to boot this image : Armbian_22.08.7_Pinebook-pro_jammy_edge_5.19.16_cinnamon_desktop.img

    @Wilhelm MoserCan have to do with what you've got on your eMMC. I had this problem too with the wrong image on eMMC. Don't remember the details anymore. But had to write an old image to eMMC to get sd to boot. Don't want to install this image to eMMC to test, I've opened my PBP a bit too much and the screws are bad.
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    NicoD got a reaction from Werner in PinebookPro all armbian versions broken   
    Armbian_22.08.10_Pinebook-pro_jammy_edge_6.0.6_cinnamon_desktop.img
    Armbian_22.11.0-trunk_Pinebook-pro_kinetic_edge_6.0.7_xfce_desktop.img

    Both also boot. Do you want me to install to eMMC to test? I can, I just hope it doesn't f up everything. I've got a non-functional image on my eMMC just for booting sd-cards. My last trip I couldn't boot the PBP anymore because of a new install. So my fix was to write this broken (4.4) image to eMMC to enable sd-boot. Bad fix...
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    NicoD reacted to Werner in Downtime - website and forums moved   
    Apologies for the short downtime about an hour ago.
     
    Both forums and main website have been relocated to new hardware. You may notice a significant performance improvement, especially in forums.
     
    Enjoy
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    NicoD reacted to jock in OrangePI-800 (rk3399)   
    @NicoD Hello, no bothering at all, I'm happy to help!
     
    That pull request adds the libreelec patches to rockchip64 branch that provide several fixes and multimedia enhancements to mainline kernel so it is possible to use an "almost" mainline ffmpeg/gstreamer for h.264/hevc/vp8/vp9 hardware decoding, DRM fixes, support for 10-bit HDR videos, more DRM planes, etc... etc...
     
    There was an old thread where I provided a ready-to-go mpv executable with hardware acceleration on mainline kernel, but should be rebuilt for recent distros since it is quite old now. It could be a nice idea to try mainline kernel with wayland based desktop environment.
     
    I may build an Opi800 image with kernel 5.19 from that branch, maybe with a fully-fledged KDE, rebuild ffmpeg/mpv and give instructions for a cutting edge test if you think it is reasonable
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    NicoD reacted to balbes150 in OrangePI-800 (rk3399)   
    LE OPiRK3399 version =! LE OPi-800   
    but there is no LAN yet and you need to manually add firmware and module settings to enable WiFi (USB WiFi should work), I hope to release LE next week with the correction of these bugs.
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    NicoD got a reaction from albanibr in How to install OMV   
    Where did you find that image? Try buster server 5.10
    Should work. Haven't tried in a long time.
     
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    NicoD got a reaction from balbes150 in OrangePI-800 (rk3399)   
    This was Linux 5.18.5-media and there was no wifi at all here. It was Sid I tried.
    The problem is that sometimes HDMI audio isn't there to choose from. Doesn't happen that often. But sometimes it's not there and I have to reboot to have hdmi-audio back. It might be because I'm using a Elgato 4K60 HDMI capture box. I do have issue's with that thing not always working.
     
    Thank you, I'll test a more recent Ubuntu with 5.18. The Sid I tested was the oldest I could find. So there might be the problem. I tried Sid because I had seen great improvements in supertuxkart on BPiM5 with Bullseye. Didn't see that on Sid here.
    I will test it again, and also test on my old pentium to see if it's normal there. I didn't try having only VGA running.
     
    I will wait for those before making the video. Now my 5.19.16 Jammy xfce4 image is almost perfect. Everything is running that I want to run. Only the HDMI audio that isn't always there. But that's a minor issue.
    I'll also try to build a Buster image from your build script to see if I can use the Media Framework on it. I do miss the perfect video playback on it.
    Thank you for the input. Helps a lot. I'll wait at least a day before making the video. Normally I was gonna make it today. Cheers.
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    NicoD reacted to balbes150 in OrangePI-800 (rk3399)   
    Check the version with kernel 5.18.
     
    If you configure which device to use by default (for example, through the Volume Control plug-in), I have not seen any problems with switching audio and output to HDMI on all cores.
     
    Have you checked all the images since 5.18 ? There is a difference in them. And it's better to use Ubuntu for tests.
     
    I didn't see any problems with the VGA color. Have you tried running with VGA only ?
     
    The new 6.0.6 images (with Wi-Fi) are still in the build process and will be available on the site only tomorrow.
     
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    NicoD got a reaction from F3x in Energy consumption   
    @F3x
    Power consumption radxa zero
    wifi on + cpu idle          : 0.3A
    wifi on + cpu maxed out     : 0.6A

    OPi800(RK3399
    idle        0.55A @ 5.25V
    Maxed out   1.55A @ 5.2V

    Khadas Edge2(RK3588S)
    Idle              12V 0.18A   2.16W
    Maxed out         12V 0.65A   7.8W

    Banana Pi M5 (S905x3)
    hdmi + wifi + keyboard - Idle                        0.45A (0.08A for wifi)
    hdmi + wifi + keyboard - maxed out                   0.75A
    no hdmi no wifi no keyboard - idle                   0.2A
    no hdmi no wifi no keyboard - maxed out              0.63A

    RPi400
    No wifi/on-board sd-card reader idle               0.45A
    Wifi-on-board sd-card reader idle 2Ghz ov 6        0.5A
    Wifi-on-board sd-card reader maxed out 2Ghz ov 6   1.3A
    Wifi-USB3SD idle 2Ghz ov 6                         0.75A-0.9A
    Wifi-USB3SD idle 1.8Ghz                            0.75A-0.9A
    Wifi-on-board sd-card reader idle 1.8Ghz           0.5A
    Wifi-on-board sd-card reader maxed out 1.8Ghz      1.1A
    Wifi-USB3SD maxed out 1.8Ghz                       1.3A

    Khadas VIM4 (A311D2)
    Idle             3W
    Maxed out       7.5W (with fan)

    If you want any more. See my review videos. https://www.youtube.com/c/NicoDsSBCs/videos
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    NicoD reacted to balbes150 in OrangePI-800 (rk3399)   
    Hi. The kernel itself works well with all functions on RK3399 (has patches from LE). For the 1920x1080 video mode, 3399 features are quite enough for full-screen video in Armbian. For full-screen 4k video playback on Armbian there is not enough ffmpeg\HW decoder, but for such modes (4k video), I prefer to use a specialized distribution - LibreELEC, which works great for these purposes.
     
    If  build the latest versions of ffmpeg\mpv\kodi using patches from LE, all HW 4k functions will work in Armbian. I remember that @JMCC was building a test version of these components using the 5.10 kernel and everything worked fine.
     
    VGA does not work on it yet. All functions work on the first version of images with the 5.18.5 kernel (in fact, this is the "legacy" kernel from OPI)
     
     
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    NicoD reacted to TheLinuxBug in To celebrate Armbian's new Partnership program we are doing a Giveaway!   
    In celebration of Armbian's new Partnership program, we would like to welcome SinoVoip as Armbians first Platinum Partner!
     
    To celebrate our partnership, SinoVoip and Armbian are coming together to giveaway of two single board computers!  A Banana Pi M5 and an BananaPi M2 Pro will be raffled off!
     
     
    We will have a giveaway for the Banana Pi M5 open to everyone!  To enter you need to sign-up  to the Armbian Forum and wait one day (24 hours) to pass the bot check and then you can enter the contest!
     
    Banana Pi M5

     
     
    For our community members we will be giving away the Banana Pi M2 Pro, to enter the raffle all you have to do is have been a Armbian forum member for the last 30 day and go to the link and enter!
     
    Banana Pi M2 PRO

     
    These giveaways will run for the next 30 days with the contests ending on November 20th, 2022 where we will pull one winner from each contest!
     
    Get your free raffle ticket and enter to win today!
     
    *Prizes will be fulfilled and sent directly by SinoVoip once a winner is chosen and their address received. Be sure you are able to receive parcels from China. Armbian and SinoVoip will not  be responsible for any customs  duties or additional fees associated with delivery or import of  the prize.
     
    Also, check out @NicoDnew YouTube video on the Banana Pi M5:
     
     
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    NicoD reacted to tkaiser in rock-5b with vendor u-boot & vendor kernel; PR and test images   
    https://github.com/ThomasKaiser/Knowledge/blob/master/articles/Quick_Preview_of_ROCK_5B.md#important-insights-and-suggested-optimisations
     
    BTW: The device is called Rock 5B as such congratulations on the subforum name...
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