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  1. I have just updated to the Armbian Buster legacy kernel 4.4.213-rockchip64 from kernel 4.4.192-rockchip64 using 'armbian-config' and noticed that the "/etc/default/cpufrequtils" is no longer present. From what I saw, the "/etc/init.d/cpufrequtils" script which is still enabled at boot up is still configured to source the above mentioned file (line 58), otherwise the variables "GOVERNOR" is set o "ondemand" and "MIN_SPEED" and "MAX_SPEED" are set to 0 which translates to 408MHz and !.51GHz respectively. From the script: 24 # Which governor to use. Must be one of th
  2. Is it possible to update from Armbian Xenial to Bionic (kernel 4.4.162) or should I just re-flash the eMMC with Bionic ?
  3. Hello, I've followed the steps on the Rock64 Armbian download page to enable overclock on my Rock64 running Armbian Xenial 5.60 (rock64 4.4.124-rk3328), yet I can't seem to increase the CPU clock frequency. I've also checked the Documentation-> Fine Tuning page where the same steps are listed. Steps: sed -i "s/MAX_SPEED=.*/MAX_SPEED=1510000/" /etc/default/cpufrequtils systemctl restart cpufrequtils I've checked the CPU frequency now and it looks like it's stuck at the default value. Shouldn't the new CPU frequency now be listed as
  4. Hi, Just wanted to chime in here as I had a similar issue with a wifi adapter bought from Pine64. My issue began with the fact that the aforementioned adapter would just randomly lose connection to my wifi router and at that point I could not even see the device in the USB tree using the 'lsusb -t' command. In my case, I believe there was a hardware issue with the adapter I received so I decided on buying a new one, which used the same Realtek RTL8188EU chipset, namely a COMFAST CF-WU810N which works out of the box with the Rock64 in case anyone needs a compatible wifi ad
  5. @pfeerick Thank you for your time! On the other hand, I do apologize for wasting it. I managed to boot up Armbian on my Rock64 and figured out that the issue was between the keyboard and chair, namely me. I am running only headless boot on my SBCs and I just configure a static IP after flashing the respective image, which I later use SSH into post boot. On ayufan's Ubuntu Xenial/Artful I just edited the '/etc/network/interfaces.d/eth0' file to achieve this, but when browsing the files after flashing the Armbian image, I noticed the "armbian_first
  6. @pfeerick No, I did not issue a 'sync' after the 'dd' command was executed, but I waited a while before un-mounting the USB to eMMC adapter as I browsed the files that were flashed to it (certainly more than 3 minutes) I also waited after flashing the image with Etcher... I was not aware of this... Nevertheless, once I inserted the eMMC into my Rock64, it would not boot up, the white and red LEDs were constantly on as opposed to when booting Ubuntu Xenial/Artful when the red led was rapidly blinking indicating it found a bootable storage
  7. Firsly, thanks for your interest in my issue! @Igor I am afraid that's not possible, as I did not save the logs... In any case, no error was reported. @pfeerick I tried to flash the latest image of Armbian for Rock64, the very same one you pointed out. Here are the steps I undertook: 1) Downloaded the latest Rock64 Armbian build. 2) unzipped the image 3) a. Attempted to flash the image using 'dd if=/path/to/armbian_rock64.img of=/dev/sdb bs=1M' The image was flashed on the eMMC card, but only the 1.1GB
  8. Hello, I want to try out Armbian OS as opposed to Ubuntu Artful 17.10 on my Rock64, mainly to see how it compares(I am aware Armbian minimal for Rock64 is derived from Ubuntu Xenial, but I understand it's optimized for ARM CPUs) Long story short, I have a 32GB eMMC and a eMMC to USB adapter from Pine64 and would like to run Rock64 Armbian off it, but I was unable to simply flash Armbian to it using 'dd' or Etcher as with ayufan's Ubuntu images. I am aware it's possible to boot from an microSD card and use the "nand-sata-install" bash script to achieve this a