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  1. Version 20230325-edge with kernel 6.2 (pancsf-midstream). With HDMI USB LAN support. https://disk.yandex.ru/d/Xt36QdVcxRdEDA
  2. This image works OK, and we now have both a 6.7 kernel AND graphics. Minor issues: EzCast stupid windows Wifi adapter does not plug and play. The vertical USB port does not sense plugging in a device (Wifi) Good work, Gullik
  3. Hi, Thank you for maintaining this excellent distribution, I have tried out this evening, via SD card, the new Armbian 23.11 Bookworm CLI Kernel 6.7 and I wanted to share some feedback on it along with some queries please: 1) HDMI works connected to my 4K Samsung TV, although I had to turn off "Input Signal Plus" for it to display the console correctly, otherwise there were all manner of green rectangles and other screen corruption present. Turning off "Input Signal Plus" fixed this straight away. 2) I cannot access either of the SSDs I have connected to my powered USB 3 hub. I tried with the hub connected to the USB-C port on the Orange Pi 5 and I also tried with it connected to the Top USB 3 port on the Orange Pi 5. I installed the full firmware package but this made no difference (not sure if it should). Issuing an lsusb does not show the USB connected SSDs. Is it expected to have these issues with USB 3 or USB-C on Kernel 6.7 ? as I do not have these issues using the legacy 5.10 kernel 3) If I issue a "sudo poweroff" the Orange Pi 5 shuts down all services and reboots rather than shutting down and powering off like the legacy 5.10 kernel does. If I press the power button on the Orange Pi 5 nothing happens, whereas the legacy 5.10 kernel initiates a shutdown and powers the Orange Pi 5 off. Is this expected behaviour on Kernel 6.7 ? Thanks again for all your work on this distribution.
  4. Hi, The release notes for Armbian 23.11 state, under Key Improvements in This Release, "Mainline Kernel for RK3588 with experimental HDMI support." I am currently running the default 5.10.160-legacy-rk35xx kernel If I wanted to switch to and try out the mainline kernel for RK3588 with experimental HDMI support, would I do something like this: sudo apt install linux-image-collabora-rockchip-rk3588 After testing, If I want to rollback to the default legacy kernel, what are the steps involved? Apologies if there are instructions elsewhere that cover this. Thanks in advance for any guidance.
  5. Hello, sorry if this has been answered somewhere else. I was just wondering how i upgrade my Orange Pi 5 running Arbmian 23.11.1 Bookworm w/ Linux 5.10.160-legacy-rk35xx to the latest Kernel. I tried using `sudo armbian-config` and updating via that with kernel upgrades unfrozen but it doesn't seem to work. Is there something I'm missing? Startup splash below: ___ ____ _ ____ / _ \| _ \(_) | ___| | | | | |_) | | |___ \ | |_| | __/| | ___) | \___/|_| |_| |____/ Welcome to Armbian 23.11.1 Bookworm with Linux 5.10.160-legacy-rk35xx System load: 4% Up time: 0 min Memory usage: 8% of 3.83G IP: 192.168.1.69 10.121.215.1 CPU temp: 40°C Usage of /: 6% of 57G RX today: 38.2 MiB
  6. hello , im a 0 in linux , i have orange 5 with mvme , i folowed how to for boot directly to mvme , the how to made me delete the spi flash. all was good, o5 boot on mvme succesfully but at each reboot , my hardware have new mac adress. any one can show me what to do step by step ? i used : Joshua-Riek/ubuntu-orange-pi5: Ubuntu 22.04 LTS for the Orange Pi5 ( desktop & serveur ) Armbian_23.02.2_Orangepi5_jammy_legacy_5.10.110.img.xz ubuntu serveur 23.04 ( 64 ) it's the same on all , boot one time i have mac adress , reboot = new mac adress i cant fix ip localy , so i think when i deleted spi flash , may be deleted config to get fixed mac adress ? any help / link ? , thank's
  7. Good evening, I have got Orange pi 5 board. MAC address of this board network interface `end1` changes every time I reboot the system. I tried adding entry in /boot/armbianEnv.txt, I tried specifying hwaddress in /etc/network/interfaces. Neither of those two options worked.
  8. Have an incident where I tried installing a newer kernel in an nvme working setup and the device wont post. My original installation flash card is working but is giving me problems. So I got 2 others and attempted to boot new version of the image and Im getting no post. I was able to solve my original problem by installing a legacy version in flash and copying /boot over to nvme. I also attempted rebuilding the mme partitions with no success. But it seems that there is something not working right with kernel 6.7.
  9. On Armbian Orange Pi 5b webpage, one can download the latest image with kernel 6.7 Rrc1, not stable. Once the kernel (6.7) is stable, will there be a way to upgrade without reinstalling? Thanks.
  10. Hello, I have roughly 30 Orange Pi 5 here in the office setting up for deploying in the field. NVMe boot is working great after using 'nand-sata-install' to flash the MTD. But sometimes (rarely, but happens), when issuing a reboot of Armbian, after full kernel shutdown, the player does not boot back up. Power light is on, no activity blinking LED. Network link and activity blinking. Just won't boot. Requires physically disconnecting power for a few seconds then re-plug to get to boot. I have watchdog set in Armbian and tested that works. So this seems to be before Linux kernel has taken control. Is there any way to enable any logging or debug mode on the bootloader to try to get some logs or anything to help see what's happening? Thanks.
  11. My Orange Pi 5 appears to be completely dead. No lights turn on when the power is connected and the SD card is freshly imaged as well. This started happening when I connected a USB-C multi-port dongle with a connected PD power supply to it. Is it possible to revive this?
  12. Hello folks, I happily run Armbian Jammy XFCE on my much beloved Meko box (with at least SOME hardware accel) and Bookworm on Orange Pi 5. Both run excellent, but Jammy/xfce is a bit more snappy. probably because of partly harware accell. On the Meko R3588 4Gb box I installed Docker, Portainer, MQTT server container, Home Assistant container. All is well. I operate my boxes via RealVNC, so that it also will work seemlessly when VPN is active. The containers are so extremely light that they hardly take a few percent CPU. Home Assistant container takes 0,5Gig or so, MQTT server takes 0.1Gig. My first encounter with docker is very positive! Next I will try to add open VPN and SABNZB containers if possible. So...these containers got me thinking...can we run QEMU on Armbian? Probably not, but I have to ask: would it be possible to: have QEMU working on RK3588 Armbian Run for example a windows VM in QEMU? Even if it would be slow? Just playing and experimenting...never used XFCE before, it grows on me, very snappy and no-nonsense...! And with dark themes these UI's look a lot cooler in the first place IMO. PS: I don't get that my plastic Meko box doesn't get hot, without ANY active cooling. I did a stresstest for 4 minutes, all 8 cores maxed, and sensor temps reach eventually over 80 degrees. Where does the heat go? The box never gets really hot and when the stresstest ends sensor temps go straight back to 60/50s almost instantly. I quite LIKE it's completely silent and without moving parts. It's got an EXCELLENT built-in wifi adapter too! So good that I don't even bother to plug the ethernet cable in, that says it all. Maybe I'll start loving my 8Gig Opi5 more when I get a passively cooled aluminium case for it. But currently it has moving parts and NO built-in wifi and an ugly transparent case 😉 Bas
  13. A new variation of Orange Pi 5 is now available. I think it's available on AliExpress, but I've seen the item on Amazon.com as well...reasonable price: https://www.amazon.com/Orange-Pi-Rockchip-Frequency-Development/dp/B0C5BZLPZN It comes now with the RK3588 instead of the RK3588s of the 5 and 5B. It's similar in capabilities of the Rock 5B but I believe has a few more bells and whistles. It has two 2.5GB ethernet ports. Separate connectors than GPIO for RTC and fan. Full size HDMI input as well as 2 full size HDMI outputs. Can have m.2 for 2230 WiFi/BT on top side as well as m.2 2280 on bottom of board. I think it can only go up to 16GB memory. Not sure if Armbian will make all of these work...yet. But this makes perfect sense...I just bouth my Orange Pi 5 about a month ago PS: A new tag is required for this new variation...I guess. PPS: Other thing to note is that Amazon link is for a 16GB version and includes a power supply. However, this particular listing ships from China. For Orange Pi 5 and 5B there were listings that were fulfilled by Amazon. I would think that Orange Pi will/may have those in the near future, that ship from the US...hopefully, but likely a little more expensive. PPPS: If you go to that Amazon link, there is also a version with 4GB and no power supply for $99.99 at the time this was posted.
  14. Is it possible to use the onboard microphone of Orange Pi 5 on Armbian? It does not seem to turn on
  15. Hi all, I am trying to recover after a failed NVMe install. I have a working install on an SDCard, but I think my board no longer boots to SDCard, since I flashed the bootloader via armbian-install. I am not sure if my NVMe install is good or not, and I can't currently reflash it. So I think my best bet is to wipe the SPI, which I hope means the board will go back to booting from SDCard. That's question 1 - is that actually a valid solution? If I wipe the SPI will I be able to again boot to SDCard? I am able to get the board into Maskrom mode, and I can see it using the Windows tool. However, I believe that I need a "loader image" that I "download" into the tool before I can wipe the bootloader. The Rock5 SPI wipe guide posted elsewhere in this forum refers to rk3588_spl_loader_v1.08.111.bin, which I don't have, and I'm not sure that's the right loader for the OPi5. That's question 2 - is there a loader for the OPi5 and/or can the Rock5 loader be used here? The OPi5 Manual is very sparse about Maskrom info, it says how to get into that mode, but only gives instructions for flashing the board to Android. The Android download is not working right now (Google Drive quota) so I am not able to get that package, in case it happens to have a suitable loader image. Thanks for any replies in advance.
  16. I am currently facing a challenge with my Orange Pi 5 running Armbian 23.8.1 Jammy. I'm trying to get an exFAT formatted USB drive to work with this setup. I cannot mount an exFAT filesystem, despite having exfat-fuse and exfat-utils installed. The system fails to recognize the exFAT filesystem, displaying the message: "unknown filesystem type 'exfat'". I tried to install this module: https://github.com/arter97/exfat-linux. But I'm getting an error, that states that the driver already should be included on this version of the kernel: root@orangepi5:~/exfat-linux# make make -C /lib/modules/5.10.110-rockchip-rk3588/build M=/root/exfat-linux modules make[1]: Entering directory '/usr/src/linux-headers-5.10.110-rockchip-rk3588' CC [M] /root/exfat-linux/inode.o In file included from /root/exfat-linux/exfat_fs.h:14, from /root/exfat-linux/inode.c:16: /root/exfat-linux/compat.h:12:2: error: #error "This driver doesn't support v5.8+, " "please use the included driver from your kernel" 12 | #error "This driver doesn't support v5.8+, " \ | ^~~~~ /root/exfat-linux/inode.c: In function 'exfat_readpages': /root/exfat-linux/inode.c:367:16: error: implicit declaration of function 'mpage_readpages'; did you mean 'mpage_readpage'? [-Werror=implicit-function-declaration] 367 | return mpage_readpages(mapping, pages, nr_pages, exfat_get_block); | ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ | mpage_readpage cc1: some warnings being treated as errors make[2]: *** [scripts/Makefile.build:273: /root/exfat-linux/inode.o] Error 1 make[1]: *** [Makefile:1920: /root/exfat-linux] Error 2 make[1]: Leaving directory '/usr/src/linux-headers-5.10.110-rockchip-rk3588' make: *** [Makefile:24: all] Error 2 I'm lost, where should I look then for the driver for my kernel version? In armbian-config, I can only install kernel with version 4.19.193, But I'm not sure if downgrading the major version is a viable option.
  17. I want to install jellyfin as a docker container on my Orange pi 5. How can I enable hardware acceleration for it? On the container page (https://hub.docker.com/r/linuxserver/jellyfin) there are instructions for various options, but orange pi 5 is not there of course. I have enabled 3D acceleration as mentioned on the armbian page for orange pi 5.
  18. Hey folks, im trying to compile a realtime kernel for mt orange pi 5. I plan to use it for djing. A fully preemptive kernel delivers better performance for this, as less xruns appear. I am following the official dev instructions and am using the docker method, Compiling only the kernel, not the entire armbian OS. I copied a realtime patch (actually I tried several sub versions of 5.10) from the kernel.org realtime project site into the userpatches directory (I looked up the correct orange pi 5 subfolder name but forgot it rn) but compiling throws me some errors. Has anyone succeeded in creating a kernel like this for the orange pi 5 and/or could give me any advice for doing so? I actually dont care much about the kernel version, I just need it to be fully preemptive .. Help is much apprecieated! Kenny
  19. I couldn't ping the pi anymore so i hook it up to HDMI. There i see the initramfs prompt What's up with that guys?? When i type df i only see /dev /run Broken m.2 sata?
  20. Hello, Armbian community, I've been trying to build the Armbian kernel for my board "Orange Pi 5" with the rbd (RADOS Block Device) module enabled. I followed the standard build procedure using Armbian's build tools, and I explicitly enabled the rbd support during the menuconfig step. Despite doing this, after completing the build and installation processes, I'm unable to load the rbd module. When I attempt to load the module with modprobe rbd, I get the following error: modprobe: FATAL: Module rbd not found in directory /lib/modules/5.10.160-rk35xx Here are the steps I followed: 1. Cloned the Armbian Build Repository. 2. Started the kernel configuration using: ./compile.sh 1. In Menuconfig, I navigated to Device Drivers > Block devices and enabled Rados block device (RBD) support as a module. 2. Continued with the build process and installed the newly built kernel. 3. Booted the board and tried to load the module, which resulted in the error. Has anyone faced a similar issue or can you provide guidance on what I might be doing wrong or missing? Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated! I really appreciate any help you can provide.
  21. *UPDATED - The issue is the powered USB3 hub which is actually NOT USB3 as advertised and is instead USB2. Sorry to have wasted your time* Hi, I have a 1TB SATA SSD in a USB3 enclosure (that supports UASP) connected to a USB3 powered hub, which in turn connects to the Top USB3 port of an Orange Pi 5 4GB. Armbian (Debian Bookworm) is installed and running from a 128GB NVME drive plugged into the M2 slot of the Orange Pi 5. If I do an "lsusb -t" I get the output shown below. The SSD is Bus 02, Port 3, Dev 5 and is using the uas driver but is showing USB2 speed of 480M rather than USB3 speed of 5000M. I have also tried plugging the powered USB3 hub with SATA SSD USB3 enclosure plugged into the USB C data port but I have the same limitation. I have plugged the SATA SSD USB3 enclosure into my intel file server running Debian Bookworm and it uses the uas driver at 5000M with no issues. Am I doing something wrong? Do I need to disable the USB C port or dual hdmi display output for this to work? (I only use the HDMI port for video output) and have nothing connected to the USB C data port. Thanks in advance for any help and guidance on this. /: Bus 08.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=xhci-hcd/1p, 5000M /: Bus 07.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=xhci-hcd/1p, 480M /: Bus 06.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=xhci-hcd/1p, 5000M /: Bus 05.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=xhci-hcd/1p, 480M /: Bus 04.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=ohci-platform/1p, 12M /: Bus 03.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=ohci-platform/1p, 12M /: Bus 02.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=ehci-platform/1p, 480M |__ Port 1: Dev 2, If 0, Class=Hub, Driver=hub/4p, 480M |__ Port 1: Dev 7, If 0, Class=Vendor Specific Class, Driver=xpad, 12M |__ Port 2: Dev 4, If 0, Class=Human Interface Device, Driver=usbhid, 12M |__ Port 2: Dev 4, If 1, Class=Human Interface Device, Driver=usbhid, 12M |__ Port 2: Dev 4, If 2, Class=Human Interface Device, Driver=usbhid, 12M |__ Port 2: Dev 4, If 3, Class=Human Interface Device, Driver=usbhid, 12M |__ Port 2: Dev 4, If 4, Class=Human Interface Device, Driver=usbhid, 12M |__ Port 3: Dev 5, If 0, Class=Mass Storage, Driver=uas, 480M |__ Port 4: Dev 6, If 3, Class=Application Specific Interface, Driver=, 12M |__ Port 4: Dev 6, If 1, Class=Vendor Specific Class, Driver=btusb, 12M |__ Port 4: Dev 6, If 2, Class=Vendor Specific Class, Driver=btusb, 12M |__ Port 4: Dev 6, If 0, Class=Vendor Specific Class, Driver=btusb, 12M /: Bus 01.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=ehci-platform/1p, 480M
  22. Couldn't booti from NVME with armbian-config or armbian-install, finally I could do it, a dirty easy and convoluted following way. No details about burning stuff This is what I did 1) boot system from fresh downloaded SD (Armbian Jammy Desktop) 2) NVME setup (sudo gparted) - if empty create a partition table (GPT) if not delete all partitions - create 256MB FAT16 partition (nvme0n1p1) - create EXT4 partition (nvme0n1p2) - optionally create more partitions (system recovery, backups ...) - format partitions nvme0n1p1 -> FAT16 - format partitions nvme0n1p2 -> EXT4 - check partitions (if old NVME) - label nvme0n1p1 as armbi_boot - label nvme0n1p2 as armbi_root 3) run sudo armbian-install - option 7 to flash mtdblock0 (bootloader install) - option 4 (to install system and boot from mtdblock0) choose nvme0n1p2 partition to install system don't POWEROFF, just EXIT 4) copy SD boot partition to nvme0n1p1 - sudo dd if=/dev/mmcblk1p1 of=/dev/nvme0n1p1 bs=1M status=progress - sudo sync 5) armbianExt.txt setup on NMVE - sudo mount /dev/nvme0n1p1 /mnt - check boot files/directories are already copied (ls -l /mnt) - blkid - copy (CTL_INS -> new UUID) of nvme0n1p2 UUID (without "") with your favourite editor: - sudo vi armbianExt.txt - replace rootdev=UUID=with new UUID (SHIFT-INS) - save (ESC :x) 6) - sudo poweroff - remove SD - press power button to restart Maybe this cam help someone
  23. Hi all, this is my first post here on the forum. I'm getting ready to wrap up for the night, but I recently purchased an Orange Pi 5 (non-B) to do some tinkering with. I downloaded the Bookworm XFCE variant as I am somewhat familiar with XFCE already. Anyway, upon initial testing, I thought my power supply wasn't good enough for the board. I wasn't getting any HDMI output. When I removed the micro-SD card and tried to boot it that way, an orange pi splash screen would show on the attached display, so I think the port actually works (?) I have a spare USB to TTL Serial adapter so I was able to verify the board was successfully booting into Armbian, but xrandr didn't show any connections. I tried a USB-C to HDMI cable that I had handy, and that actually worked. I then stumbled across a forum thread on a similar issue with someone's Orange Pi 5B, and a comment said they fixed it by enabling the HDMI port in armbian-config. I tried that and it still didn't work. I also noticed a few debug messages that would come over the UART interface, something with an error -22. I'll try to replicate it tomorrow and add a comment with the exact error. I don't have it handy, but googling the text didn't really help. Anyway, like I mentioned earlier, I'm wrapping it up for the night so I'll try any suggestions tomorrow after my college classes. Any insights are appreciated.
  24. I'm trying to use an SPI driven TFT display on the orange pi 5, but I'm stuck on enabling SPI in the first place. Looking at the pinout of the orange pi 5 in its manual, it appears that SPI4...M0 is the only bus broken out to the pins. However, enabling "rk3588-spi4-m0-cs1-spidev" in the armbian-config menu does not seem to do anything, as no /dev/spi device exists after a reboot. Enabling any of the other spi hardware functions seems to work just fine, creating a /dev/spi device as expected, but none of the other spi busses are accessible through the pin header. I'm on Armbian 23.8.1 (image: Armbian_23.8.1_Orangepi5_bookworm_legacy_5.10.160.img). Has anyone used SPI on the Orange Pi 5 before?
  25. Hi everyone, Has anyone been able to get gpu hardware acceleration to do encoding/decoding on Jellyfin on the orange pi 5? Thank you
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