Werner

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  1. Feel free to give the dev branch a shot and see if that solves your problems. RK3399 SoC is WIP anyways, so no official support. Either go to https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-rk3399/ and scroll to the very bottom or grab the build script here https://github.com/armbian/build and build your own image including the latest changes. Btw. RK3399 forums are here: https://forum.armbian.com/forum/33-rockchip-3399/
  2. You can build your own image using the the build script available here: https://github.com/armbian/build
  3. Try to use apt install -f to fix broken dependencies.
  4. https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_Advanced-Features/#how-to-unbrick-the-system
  5. The PINE A64 does not feature USB3, so you would be limited to the USB2.0 speed which is around 34MB/s.
  6. What about ROCK64? Featuring USB3 and GBE. 25$ for the 1GB RAM board.
  7. Nope. The easiest way would be to wait until Linux 5.2 is released and the sunxi64 dev branch will be switched. Or you get lucky and @martinayotte wants to spare some free time to play around with the pre-5.2 sources.
  8. The build script is designed to work on Ubuntu 18.04 amd64. You can find more information here: https://docs.armbian.com/Developer-Guide_Build-Preparation/
  9. The build script providing the option to build kernel packages only. It automatically grabs all needed components and patches. So my guess it it would be easier and promising to use that.
  10. Seems to be solved. Welcome to ARMBIAN 5.82.190423 nightly Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch) 5.1.0-sunxi64 Working well.
  11. Either grab the build script and build your own kernel package (https://github.com/armbian/build) or simply wait until the next version bump and do a standard apt upgrade to get the fresh packages.
  12. 1. Not sure if even necessary but check armbian-config to switch to nightly builds. Be aware that this can brick your board at any time. 2. I do not have an OPi3, though an OnePlus which is also shipped with H6 SoC. Try this: #!/bin/bash echo "heartbeat" > /sys/devices/platform/leds/leds/orangepi:red:pwr/trigger sleep 2 echo "none" > /sys/devices/platform/leds/leds/orangepi:red:pwr/trigger For unknown reason the board does not accept if I write none directly into the trigger, so I wrote this small script.
  13. Hey there and welcome. Allwinner H6 SoC based boards like the OrangePi 3 are currently not end-user supported as the mainline support is still under development. Xulong may sell nice boards for pretty cheap but their software support is very poor (and sometimes they come with defects by design, see http://linux-sunxi.org/H6#Errata). You get is what you pay for. If you need a board running GPIO nicely and is supported either buy a different board or wait until this one is stable enough to be officially supported.
  14. If it works for you you are lucky. OrangePi 3 also based on Allwinner H6 SoC, so most likely affected as well.