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Helios64 u-boot does not build anymore after we bumped to 2022.07


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32 minutes ago, balbes150 said:

It can be fixed, but the question is, who will check the result?


Just leave this problem to someone with a device and know-how.

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16 часов назад, BipBip1981 сказал:

explain how you can fix it and i test to build with your fix then i test on my helios64

I don't understand, what is there to explain? See the error, make corrections (makes a patch) and check in the work.

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13 часов назад, BipBip1981 сказал:

I have a helios64, but i'm not dev and i can't make a patch.

I only can test on Helios64 if all work good after à full compile with a patch.

 

I'll think about what I can do.

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In theory, I can move Helios 64 support to the "media" group (and fix build errors), but I'm not sure if this is a good idea (I don't have real hardware for quick testing and debugging) . This will significantly change the entire structure (switching to a different startup option and a different kernel). And before doing this, you need to discuss it with all those interested and those who will be affected by it.

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I'm rather new and not sure what switching to a media group would entail but I think I'd probably agree with iav. I really ❤️ my H64 but we are a niche community and most of us use them for low-power homelab NAS i'm assuming.

 

I have finally got my H64 stable with OMV6 but I am having issues with smb shares and such that i'm still working on :(

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@prahal Thanks for fixing this bug !

 

You mentioned, that you are investigating the emmc hs400 issue. Once you (or someone else) found a solution to it, please let us know.

 

We could then try to test newer versions of the linux kernel and see what remains to be done.

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