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Everything posted by Werner

  1. https://forum.armbian.com/terms Closed due to violation of our terms.
  2. Hi No pre-built image available since it is unmaintained. You can use the build framework to build your own image with Bullseye userspace. Userspace upgrades are neither tested nor supported. You can try but you are on your own if something breaks. Create proper backups first. Good luck.
  3. sha contains the checksum for the image which you can validate locally.
  4. This is related to your question since hw functions are toggled via DTB overlays.
  5. moved to tvboxes since it is assumed the topic is related to such a (unsupported) device.
  6. moved to tvboxes. Armbian neither does officially support those nor does it accept feature requests for such.
  7. Try increasing verbosity in /boot/armbianEnv.txt to 7 so we know what happens after starting kernel on unsuccessful boot.
  8. Best debugging chances you get when hooking up a serial console via USB uart adapter. Also check your wiring. Voltage drop due to bad PSU, connectors and cables can lead into all sort of weird issues.
  9. ATM there are no plannings to make support for RISC-V official.
  10. Should not be anything to be worried about. That just means the kernel module for the mentioned PHY is there but it lacks firmware binary. Though that board does not use that chip anyways AFAIK.
  11. From my experience display adapters usually make the result worse or don't work at all. So there is most likely a different issue going on.
  12. Hm I though there should be a menu entry called "hardware" to enable various overlays... Since it is media kernel @balbes150d Got an idea if overlays are missing or something? Thanks
  13. Armbian is drowning in recorded issues and stuff to do so it is impossible to tell when a specific topic is addressed.
  14. Not sure if how far mainline is but some features will certainly be missing in comparison to Armbian. Basically the Armbian build framework does the job for you. There you can also find the larch set armbian a puts on top of mainline and such things.
  15. Bummer. Providing logs with the procedure mentioned above is our point of start to take a look where the issue is. This script collects valuable data to continue investigation. Regardless I highly recommend to pick up an USB UART adapter when you frequently play with SBCs since they are for once dirt cheap and for the other a tremendously helpful tool to debug issues and get an idea about what is going on "under the hood".
  16. Fund R&D. https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_FAQ/#there-is-a-new-board-on-the-market-will-armbian-officially-support-it
  17. If you console works Providing logs with armbianmonitor -u helps with troubleshooting and significantly raises chances that issue gets addressed.
  18. There isn't actually something like a "installation". The OS image written to the sd is ready to use. Only exception are a few scripts that run on first boot and then disable themselves like hw optimization or create non-privileged user with sudo permissions.
  19. Well at least a sdcard with u boot is mandatory since this sbc does not feature any permanent storage on board iirc. Not sure why pxe does not work but tbh unsure if that has every been tested either...
  20. Is that ARM architecture? From a quick search I could find VIA x86 processors only.
  21. There is no way to "upgrade" Jammy to Bullseye since their origin is different. Bullseye is Debian while Jammy is Ubuntu.
  22. Hey fellows, we have published some info about board maintainership. What to expect from Armbian and what Armbian expects from maintainers. Check it out: https://docs.armbian.com/Board_Maintainers_Procedures_and_Guidelines/
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