Armbian on CloudnetGo CR19 RK3399 TV Box


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@xoodoo  Please read the following FAQ post:  https://forum.armbian.com/topic/16976-status-of-armbian-on-tv-boxes-please-read-first

 

While the above posted thread on rk3399 support will give you information on the status of the rk3399, the latest balbes150 build with rk3399 support can be found here: https://users.armbian.com/balbes150/arm-64/

 

I installed and ran the above build on a Magicsee M6 Max rk3399 box.  I don't know about the box you linked to above, but you can try the different u-boots and dtb files and you may find something that will work for you.

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None of the builds from https://users.armbian.com/balbes150/arm-64/ start on CloudnetGo CR19

 

I was able to successfully start "Armbian_21.08.0-trunk_Orangepi-rk3399_focal_current_5.10.61_xfce_desktop" build, but she does not see the onboard  network hardware.

It is also impossible to view the list of PCI devices, since the lshw and hwinfo packages in this build are not available and I could not install them due to the network unavailability. I don’t know what to do in this situation, pls tell me a possible solution ..

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@xoodoo You have access to the source code so you are free to work on support for your box.  I don't think you understand how much time and effort what you are requesting takes, however.  Having never heard of your box model, and I suspect no one around these forums has this box, you are likely on your own.

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One of the existing configurations most suitable for my device is OrangePI. I assumed that it would be possible to create and use a configuration for my board based on it, if at least all suitable or compatible drivers are found. For example wireless-wlan {wifi_chip_type = "ap6356"; compatible = "wlan-platdata"; or ethernet @ fe300000 { compatible = "rockchip, rk3399-gmac"; At a minimum, the configuration for OpangePi does not recognize or does not support these most necessary interfaces. Of the ones I need, there is also a SATAIII controller on my board, but I do not know where and how it is described in DTS, maybe you can tell me

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