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chwe

merge rockchip64 with rk3399

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I prepared (last weekend? - don't remember anymore) a first step towards a merge of rk3399 (currently nanopi boards) with rockchip64 (more or less all the rest) so that both can be covered fully under one boardfamily (rockchip64). Patches are adjusted and dts support for nanopis in ayufans kernel is done as well.

 

https://github.com/chwe17/build/tree/rk3399merge

 

I would happily give it into 'someone others' hands cause time in the next month might be really rare.

 

Basically it needs testing on the boards which got newly merged into rockchip64 (don't own any nanopi *4 board so I can't test it). And probably a small helper script to adjust the 'living' boards config so that they'll get updates in the future from their new boardfamily (this might be tricky and needs for sure a lot of testing, to ensure we don't break them)

 

Would be nice if someone can review it and test it on the nanopis

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15 hours ago, chwe said:

Would be nice if someone can review it and test it on the nanopis

How can I test this? I checked the build script but couldn't see anything different. Or is it already in the default build script for the latest build?

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it's only living on my fork currently.. You would need to add another remote (mine) and then fetch the rk3399 branch.

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I'm sorry to jump into this thread, but I was wondering if there is any way to get a changelog for the kernels released by Armbian... I've just got an updated kernel to my RockPro64 (through apt dist-upgrade), but before I run some tests, I would like to have a look into the full changelog and I could not find a way to get one.

 

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On 5/15/2019 at 4:41 AM, Mathias said:

is any way to get a changelog for the kernels released by Armbian

 

I'm afraid not really, this is a symptom of something we've been talking about a great deal, version control and releases being build system related, and not kernel related.  

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7 hours ago, martinayotte said:

My RockPro died yesterday ... :(

I had my office window opened, a sudden windy storm started, some rain drops bumped onto my desk, the RockPro was to near of that area ... :o

 

I feel for you.
I hope it's recoverable. You could try rubbing with a toothbrush and some alcohol on the point where it's shorted. Sometimes it works again after the corrosion has been removed. And if a pad has been damaged you can solder a wire.
I've watched many videos of Louis Rossmann with very badly water damaged MacBooks. He fixes them all. But when somebody is good at his job, then they make it look easy... :)

I've been using SBC's a lot while traveling in my not rainproof tent. In every kind of weather. Never had issue's. I'll cross my fingers for the next trip. Cause then the NanoPi M4's going to come along.

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