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  1. Werner's post in snd_aloop module not in kernel modules as #1410 issue was marked as the answer   
    https://docs.armbian.com/Process_Contribute/
  2. 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
  3. 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
     
     
  4. 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
  5. Werner's post in Login - Pi. Password - ???? Banana pi M2 zero was marked as the answer   
    Login credentials for genuine Armbian images are always root / 1234
    For 3rd party images we cannot help.
  6. Werner's post in Upgrading Armbian 23.02 Bullseye to Bookworm on Odroid N2+ was marked as the answer   
    Also possible but not recommended. https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_Getting-Started/#how-to-upgrade-distribution-like-focal-to-jammy-or-bullseye-to-bookworm
    Keep in mind that Bullseye will continue receive userspace upgrades until "roughly July 2024 to June 2026": https://wiki.debian.org/LTS
  7. Werner's post in How to upgrade armbian from focal to bullseye on s905w tv box was marked as the answer   
    Correct. Ubuntu and Debian userspaces are incompatible.
  8. Werner's post in Nanopi Duo2 Forum - Nevermind :-) was marked as the answer   
    https://forum.armbian.com/forum/214-nanopi-duo2/
     
    ??
  9. Werner's post in Where is the en-us.utf variant Us intl with dead keys? was marked as the answer   
    code { font-family: Consolas,"courier new"; color: crimson; background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2); padding: 2px; font-size: 105%; } dpkg-reconfigure locales to make sure en_US UTF8 is available and set default
    code { font-family: Consolas,"courier new"; color: crimson; background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2); padding: 2px; font-size: 105%; } dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration should do the rest
  10. Werner's post in Which are the differences between Bullseye CLI and Minimal? was marked as the answer   
    Standard comes with all standard tool to be ready to do most common tasks oob.
    Minimal comes, as the name implies, with a bare minimum of packages to get a somehow running system.
    You can check the build repository on github for package lists.
  11. Werner's post in Nanopi M4V2 - Buster to Jammy? was marked as the answer   
    Armbian does not provide updates for userspace packages. Firmware (u-boot, kernel) however may (or may not) receive further updates until something breaks (and nobody volunteers to fix).
  12. Werner's post in Web site Links was marked as the answer   
    Bullseye images have been replaced in favor of upcoming Bookworm.
    All links here working perfectly: https://www.armbian.com/orangepi-r1plus-lts/
    You can build your own image with Bullseye userspace if you want: https://docs.armbian.com/Developer-Guide_Build-Preparation/
  13. Werner's post in System on SD card, how to move it to HDD was marked as the answer   
    A backup is the correct option
     
  14. Werner's post in Need some help for installing RTL8188FU was marked as the answer   
    Hm did you run apt update beforehand?
    Download works for me
     
    apt-get download linux-headers-current-sunxi Get:1 http://fi.mirror.armbian.de/apt buster/main armhf linux-headers-current-sunxi armhf 23.02.2 [12.0 MB] Fetched 12.0 MB in 4s (3,045 kB/s)  
  15. Werner's post in OrangePi3LTS i Change "console=serial". Can't interact with my OPI! was marked as the answer   
    Two ways:
    Get a UART serial adapter and use debug console to get in
    get an eMMC-USB adapter to mount it on a different computer and restore functionality.
     
    Also worth a try: write a fresh image to an sdcard, plug it in and boot. Ideally it should boot from SD, then mount eMMC and do adjustments.
  16. Werner's post in Where to find old armbian images from 2017 was marked as the answer   
    try https://archive.armbian.com
    If not there they are gone.
  17. Werner's post in RTL8188GU for armbian was marked as the answer   
    https://github.com/McMCCRU/rtl8188gu
  18. Werner's post in Armbian custom install was marked as the answer   
    We only provide a small quantity of image combinations that are possible because building and providing them all would be just insane.
     
    Check here for building your own customized image: https://github.com/armbian/build
  19. Werner's post in failed to install OpenVPN Access Server was marked as the answer   
    You cannot install amd64 binaries on arm hardware.
  20. Werner's post in Cannot boot from microSD was marked as the answer   
    As always the solution pops up once I start complaining
     
    Seems like my 64G microSD is cursed. It works well on common usage but it refuses to work properly on SBCs. Not wrote the same image to a 32G SD of same quality and brand and it works...
  21. Werner's post in I need a USB imager with offline installation to run on armbian was marked as the answer   
    Posting the same question on multiple occasions is considered abusive behavior.
  22. Werner's post in How to install BalenaEtcher AppImage? was marked as the answer   
    Is that arm'ish enough?
  23. Werner's post in armbian-install fails due to bad lsblk argument was marked as the answer   
    Thanks
     
    https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/4466
  24. Werner's post in HassIO install with Soft on an OrangePiPCPlus was marked as the answer   
    Correct. That way of installation has been removed by HASS and therefore broke our installer which then got removed:https://github.com/home-assistant/supervised-installer/commit/ece9fcc9468be41c67d052e043a9e70bad16a67a
     
    You have to figure some manual way of installation. No idea though what packages are available and so on.
  25. Werner's post in Orange Pi PC can't install updates - 404 file not found was marked as the answer   
    Did you do apt update beforehand?
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