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  1. Hello, hastebin - iqolofuzis (armbian.com) That is my hastebin paste made from a recently built BeagleV-Ahead board that has a four core, RISCV processor. The TH1520 or four c910 processors make up the bulk of the board with some extra functionality. I have been trying to build for this board recently and again. Anyway, there is a u-boot function in the mix of building an Armbian Jammy image that is called /dev/loop. It seems this is where my current errors are located in the build. Please send some advice. Seth P.S. Here is what I think makes up the main issue: [💲|🌱] Writing u-boot bootloader [ /dev/loop2 ] /home/karlth/build_armbian/lib/functions/image/loop.sh: line 89: write_uboot_platform: command not found
  2. Hello, There is a new BeagleV-Ahead I would like to see have Armbian support. * T-Head TH1520 (quad-core Xuantie C910 processor) and etc... I was trying to get support and I wanted to reach out. So, here I am. I am making a .csc file now which hopefully one day will be a full-blown .conf file w/ xxx_defconfig support. Seth P.S. Please let me know what steps I need to take to get support.
  3. Now that affordable RISC-V SBC's are appearing, are there plans to investigate and possibly support them from Armbian? BeagleV: Beta version has been delivered to developers. Now runs Fedora. Price: 150 USD. Nezha RISC-V SBC: Seems available, see https://www.cnx-software.com/2021/05/20/nezha-risc-v-linux-sbc/ . 99 USD. OS: "Tina, a fork of OpenWrt, officially supported by Allwinner, " ... D1 Linux RISC-V SBC: promised for May, but we have to wait and see. https://www.cnx-software.com/2021/04/13/allwinner-d1-linux-risc-v-sbc-processor/ If it helps, I'm willing to do a small donation.
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