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  1. Werner's post in OPi 5 + Images / Server images missing from download page was marked as the answer   
    Maybe they are still being assembled. Release is planned.
    Check for server images here and then do apt update/upgrade once its released: https://fi.mirror.armbian.de/archive/orangepi5-plus/archive/
  2. Werner's post in How to enable extra kernel modules when compiling from source? was marked as the answer   
    =y means the driver/functionality is directly compiled into the kernel
    =m means it will be built and made available as kernel module
  3. Werner's post in ZFS module not built on Jammy/Bookworm legacy/edge. Solutions or alternatives ? was marked as the answer   
    https://openzfs.github.io/openzfs-docs/Developer Resources/Building ZFS.html
    [ 424.596656] zfs: module license taints kernel. [ 425.491531] ZFS: Loaded module v2.2.99-311_gd9cb42da9, ZFS pool version 5000, ZFS filesystem version 5  
    tested on OPi5 with kernel 6.7.1
    Getting it working on legacy 5.10.y rk Android-hackedtogether kernel is a bot tougher.
    Spoiler: patching method does not work anymore, at least not for me . Tested with 5.10.160...
  4. Werner's post in Linux headers. Unable to locate package was marked as the answer   
    You need the kernel headers matching your kernel version. Older headers will not work.
    However we  had (have?) some issues with the repository so you may need to switch to a different kernel version which also has the matching headers in the repo.
  5. Werner's post in flash spi issue on opi5 was marked as the answer   
    Providing logs with 
    armbianmonitor -u  helps with troubleshooting and significantly raises chances that issue gets addressed.
  6. Werner's post in Clone from one SD-Card (32GB) to another (128GB) was marked as the answer   
    Provide boot logs to get an idea what happens inside.
  7. Werner's post in Why aren't the A76 cores running at 2.4 GHz??? was marked as the answer   
    Enable OC overlay via armbian-config
  8. Werner's post in Orange Pi 5 plus - 6.7.0-rc4 Wi-Fi hard blocked was marked as the answer   
    Probably. (bleeding) edge follows upstream not much involvement from Armbian developers there. If you want stuff working use legacy 5.10.y kernel.
  9. Werner's post in Wifi module AX210 was marked as the answer   
    Overlay might not even be necessary. Try installing armbian-firmware-full via apt.
  10. Werner's post in New install, ethernet doesn't work (no lights even) and USB3 ports are dead. was marked as the answer   
    As Efe stated. You are using the wrong images. Oranhe Pi 5 != Orange Pi 5 Plus
  11. Werner's post in What are some cool applications to have on Armbian? was marked as the answer   
    Some inspiration: https://github.com/awesome-selfhosted/awesome-selfhosted
  12. Werner's post in How do I begin creating an image for my device? was marked as the answer   
  13. Werner's post in fastmirror.pp.ua isn't accessible from russia was marked as the answer   
    Try setting apt mirror manually to one listed here: https://github.com/armbian/mirror
  14. Werner's post in Clang 16... how to get? was marked as the answer   
    moved to userspace
    Either that or find a different way to get it running on your system.
  15. Werner's post in Orange Pi Zero 3 WiFi Access Point Broken using Ubuntu Image was marked as the answer   
    Armbian does not support this board. Any OS you might have found in the web are not ours. Therefore support cannot be provided. Ask where you got the image from.
  16. Werner's post in I installed amrbian Op 5b with kernel 6.7-rc1. Will I be able to upgrade to a stable kernel without reinstalling? was marked as the answer   
    Most likely, yes. apt update/upgrade will do.
    Keep in mind though for once 6.7 is still rc and for the other mainline rk3588 support is still to be considered experimental. Therefore problems are to be expected. No support though since this is bleeding edge.
  17. Werner's post in Cubitruck upgrade from Buster to Bookworm was marked as the answer   
    Unfreeze firmware via armbian-config.
  18. Werner's post in Raspian4 bis 8GB RAM ---- Raspian5 - bis8GB - noch schnellere CPU - Änderungen? was marked as the answer   
    1. Forums language is english. You agreed on that by registration: https://forum.armbian.com/terms
    2. https://www.google.com/search?q=raspberry+pi+4+vs+5
  19. Werner's post in Orange Pi Zero 3 was marked as the answer   
    They are not compatible and Armbian does not support the Zero3. However support can be added if someone steps up for this task.
    Any Armbian images you may find for the Zero3 in the web are not ours.
  20. Werner's post in No Touch Response was marked as the answer   
    Then you came to the wrong place. We do not provide support for 3rd party OS.
  21. Werner's post in What to do when add PPA gives "no release file" error? was marked as the answer   
    1. If nobody takes the task to build the necessary packages for Debian this will not get solved anytime soon.
    2. Yes because  the ppas are made for Jammy
    3. Perhaps but don't know.
  22. Werner's post in snd_aloop module not in kernel modules as #1410 issue was marked as the answer   
  23. Werner's post in Orange Pi Zero LTS wont start Ethernet with linux-image-6.1.0-12-rt-armmp was marked as the answer   
    Looks like Debian stock kernel which obviously won't work with this board. Try installing wireguard with "--no-install-recommends" switch
  24. Werner's post in Apt package for the Nanopi R6S u-boot was marked as the answer   
    There are no packages for 23.05 release at all due to major stability issues.
     I think there aren't older ones either because R6S has been added after 23.02 release.
    Anyway as you already guessed you can use the build framework to create a package bundle for your board and do whatever you want with them.
    Or simply wait a few days until 23.08 release which will have both images and apt repo up to date
  25. Werner's post in Target repo for 23.05 was marked as the answer   
    Two options:
    - downgrade to 23.02 kernel and grab header from repo
    - use the build framework to build a set of firmware packages by yourself which then can be installed via dpkg
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