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Not able to install and boot ARMBIAN on an Orange Pi 3 LTS


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I am not able install and boot ARMBIAN on an Orange Pi 3 LTS

I am new to Orange Pi and only have basic experience as a Linux user.

 

/  I downloaded this image file from Armian website :-I

Armbian_22.05.1_Orangepi3_bullseye_current_5.15.43.img.xz

/ Formated a Scandisk 32GB A1 card using SDcardformatterv5

/ Used usbimager_1.0.8_wo-i686-win-gdi to write the image to the card

 

Problem: I repeated thew procedure above 3 times but OS doesn't install,

This is the log I get on the screen.. (unable to send screenshot - error 200), but the last lines are as fgollows:'

"Gave up waiting for root file system device.  Common problems:

  - Boot args (cat /proc/cmd line)

  - Check rootdelay= (did the system wait long enough?)

  - Missing modules (cat /proc/modules; ls /dev)

ALERT!  UUID=f20b78ef-d46e=4767-aa4c-33d3f7db7350 does not exist. Droping to shell!

(initranfs)

 

I will appreciate if someone can give me some hints on what I am doing wrong.

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  • Myron changed the title to Not able to install and boot ARMBIAN on an Orange Pi 3 LTS

Clutching at straws here as I'm not familiar with this SBC.

 

What is the rated output of the PSU you are using to power your SBC? I believe it needs to be a minimum of 3 amps at 5 volts.

Also, some of the hardware on the LTS version is different to the non-LTS version of the Orange Pi 3. I'm assuming the device tree will be different?

At an absolute guess, is the device tree for the Orange Pi 3 incompatible with Orange Pi 3 LTS?

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