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  1. The kernel 4.18.18-meson64 sound has returned. Thank you for your hard work.
  2. Thank you for the information. I will check and test the sound.
  3. Is there any new information about sound drivers?
  4. Thank you for your answer. Probably it will take a while. Is it possible to replace the kernel with older ones? How to do it?
  5. Hello, After installing Armbian 5.59 I have problems with sound. When I install the distribution with the 4.14.69 kernel, I have an intermittent sound. When with 4.18.7 sound is missing. How can I fix it? Is it possible to change the kernel? If so, please follow the instructions step by step. greetings trebor
  6. Thank you for your help. It will take a lot of time. But I'm not giving up yet.
  7. Please, for directions what I must do. How to start? Thank you.
  8. Thank you for the information, Martin Ayotte. In that case, can I extract the driver from the kernel and implement it to u-boot? Is it possible?
  9. Thank you Igor. I do not understand why the image appears only after the system is fully loaded. Then I can connect the display and use it. I think I can start the display right now. I do not know how to force the system to detect it when the system boots up. Please, give me some tips. Thank you again for your help. I apologize for my poor English.
  10. This is the correct entry for Raspbian (config.txt): max_usb_current = 1 hdmi_group = 2 hdmi_mode = 87 hdmi_cvt 1024 600 60 6 0 0 0 hdmi_drive = 1 Where do I have to put it in Armbian? Where are the drivers located? What is responsible for the correct detection of the display during system startup? What is the correct entry for Xorg? What display is compatible with Nanopi K2? Connected to GPIO or HDMI. Maximum size 7inch. Please, some tips.
  11. The system is running with a connected display. He works properly. After sending the command in the terminal: "sudo armbianmonitor -u" I get the result:
  12. Hi At the beginning I would like to say hi. I do not know English well, so please be patient. I will try to describe my problem. I have a Nanopi K2 and a Waveshare 7 LCD HDMI (C) display. After connecting and starting Nanopi, nothing is displayed. It seems to me that the computer can not properly start. When I turn on the Nanopi and the system will load, then I connect the display and it works correctly. Picture and touch work. What could be the reason? Where to start? Regards Trebor