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  1. New Rock 5C work everything fine on Armbian 24 - bookworm stable release but only issue is that Wifi is not working on all stable release except Daily / Rolling releases. It seemed like something is misconfigure about wifi driver. You can see that I tested on both kernel 6.1.43 (stable) and latest edge and it's not working. But this daily release work like charm.
  2. Hello, I'm identifying myself has a newbie concerning linux. After some time I reboot my rock5c and it is not booting anymore. Here is what I've done initially: I bought a rock 5c and a penta sata hat. -I installed Armbian_24.5.1_Rock-5c_bookworm_edge_6.8.10_minimal. -I installed OMV (configure some samba shared folder) -I installed ZFS (for that I needed linux headers that I found online because there were not included) -I create a ZFS pull with two SSD. -I installed immich and setup a cloudflare tunel to use it. -I installed plex media server. That's pretty much all I have setup on my SBC. I've done apt upgrade multiple time & update some immich / Plex. Every time I did update I rebooted the SBC. And then yesterday I did an immich & plex update, apt upgrade and lastly rebooted. And my SBC never did come back online. I try to install a fresh armbian install to see if it still boot and it did boot. I'm not sure where to start to get it boot again with keeping has much stuff has I can. I wanted to try this: https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_Recovery/#replacing-boot But I'm not sure what Root file system, Kernel, Firmware & Device Tree Binary (DTB) version I should take. Or maybe someone could point me to an other path to fix my install?
  3. I tested some stable armbian images. I want to use the Rock 5C as server, so no desktop is needed. Ubuntu is prefered. First I flashed `Armbian_24.5.1_Rock-5c_noble_vendor_6.1.43.img.xz` wich doesn't work. Log from first boot is attached at the bottom. Second I flashed `Armbian_24.5.1_Rock-5c_noble_edge_6.8.10.img.xz` wich is working well. SSH comes up as usual. Would be nice to use the vendor kernel (6.1.43) instead of the bleeding edge (6.8.10) one, because it is not reccommend and not all features are working. I OCR a screenshot from first boot with `Armbian_24.5.1_Rock-5c_noble_vendor_6.1.43.img.xz` Welcome to Armbian 24.5.1 noble! [ OK ] Created slice system-modprobe.slice Slice/system/modprobe. [ OK ] Created slice system-serial\x2dgetty.slice Slice /system/serial-getty. [ OK ] Created slice user.slice User and Session Slice. [ OK ] Started systemd-ask-password-wall.path Forward Password Requests to Wall Directory Watch. [ OK ] Set up automount proc-sys-fs-binfmt_misc.automount Arbitrary Executable File Formats File Se Expecting device dev-ttyFIQ0.device /dev/ttyFIQ0. [ OK ] Reached target integritysetup.target Local Integrity Protected Volumes. [ OK ] Reached target slices.target Slice Units. [ OK ] Reached target swap.target - Swaps. [ OK ] Reached target time-set.target System Time Set. [ OK ] Reached target veritysetup.target Local Verity Protected Volumes. [ OK ] Listening on rpcbind.socket RPCbind Server Activation Socket. [ OK ] Listening on syslog.socket Syslog Socket. [ OK ] Listening on systemd-fsckd.socket fsck to fsckd communication Socket. [ OK ] Listening on systemd-initctl.socket initctl Compatibility Named Pipe. [ OK ] Listening on systemd-journald-dev-log.socket - Journal Socket (/dev/log). [ OK ] Listening on systemd-journald.socket Journal Socket. [ OK ] Listening on systemd-udevd-control.socket udev Control Socket. [ OK ] Listening on systemd-udevd-kernel.socket udev Kernel Socket. Mounting dey-hugepages.mount Huge Pages File System... Mounting dey-mqueue.mount POSIX Message Queue File System... Mounting sys-kernel-debug.mount Kernel Debug File System... Mounting sys-kernel-tracing.mount Kernel Trace File System... Starting fake-hwclock-load.service Restore the current clock... Starting keyboard-setup, service Set the console keyboard layout... Starting kmod-static-nodes, service Create List of Static Device Nodes... Starting modprobe@configfs, service Load Kernel Module configfs... Starting modprobe@dm_mod, service Load Kernel Module dm_mod... [43.282597] systemd[1]: Caught <SEGV> from PID -1444467920. [ 43.286703] systemd[1]: Caught <SEGV>, core dump failed (child 393, code killed, status=11/SEGV). [ 43.290634] systemd[1]: Freezing execution.
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