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  1. Hi. I have a freshly installer Jammy (XFCe) version installed on a Pinebook Pro and after the install run one single update. sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade As part of that upgrade a message appeared to inform me that the existing firefox installion will be replaced by a snap version, apparently standard in Ubuntu now. The installation did not show any errors but if I want to start firefox in the snap version now I get this error: mmw@pinebook-pro:~$ firefox & [1] 3726 mmw@pinebook-pro:~$ /user.slice/user-1000.slice/session-c2.scope is not a snap cgroup As this is all still almost out of the box, is there a solution to get the snap work ? Btw, I tried if chromium works, but I get the same message.
  2. I know for sure that booting from an sd card and then using dd to write the uncompressed image to the emmc device isn't what works. I'm talking about Armbian_22.02.1_Pinebook-pro_focal_current_5.15.25_xfce_desktop.img here. Because that essentially bricked my PBP. I have the little adapter to connect the emmc to a usd slot, and using balena etcher to write to that isn't it either. the uboot in that image prevents booting from sd automatically as well, and i didn't find any uboot documentation that made it clear how to manually boot from sd, though i did hook up a serial console. This is what it said. The LED never turned green, the display flashes once but displays no images or text.
  3. Does anyone know the status of getting display to work over USB-C on Pinebook Pro? Thanks!
  4. Is there any plan to port to the Pinebook Pro?