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Building Odroid N2 image with kernel 5.4

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Happy new year and thanks for the good work !

 

I see there is a (buster) image available for my Odroid N2 with kernel 5.4.

A few weeks ago I set up the build environment and started building my own images.

First images were build using the 4.9 kernel from Hardkernel.

Later the images were build with kernel 5.1 (and BRANCH=default).

However, the image with kernel 5.4 was not build today but the kernel 5.1 is

still used for the image, although I changed the BRANCH=default (as it was before) to BRANCH=dev.

 

How can I create a new armbian image with kernel 5.4 ?

 

I read some posts about a new u-boot. Is this new u-boot required for the

new kernel ?

I would like to boot, e.g. from USB as well.

 

Kind regards

Norbert

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4 minutes ago, NOBL said:

However, the image with kernel 5.4 was not build today but the kernel 5.1 is


Update your build environment with "git pull" (and use menu for a while rather than build parameters). Branch names has been changed, default=legacy, next=current ...

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Thanks a lot for your quick response Igor !

What a shame that I didn't come myself with this easy solution.

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Thank you for the hint to use the menu.

Yes, it did work fine :-)

I'm very happy that the Odroid N2 is now supported and can run the mainline kernel.

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