Which image should I install on Odroid U3 Community (exynos4412)


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these boards are no longer available, but there are quite a lot of these boards around - they work really well and it would be nice to get an Armbian build for them.

 

There is an image from Odroid for it, but with an outdated 3.14 kernel. There is a working 4.9 Kernel for those boards - I was asking them, if they could update there image with the 4.8 Kernel, but the answer was no -    http://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f=77&t=16633&start=100

 

  
 
 
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Armbian is a community driven open source project. Do you like to contribute your code?

ArmBian may be customized to support the Odroid-u3 board.

I have made a script to build image from scratch few years ago, and I have updated it more recently to build an debian fom scratch system for odroid-u3, with official debian armmp linux kernel...

 

All work fine, from bootup to system, with a little customization of flash-kernel and partition map...

 

May be I get a little time to enhanced this suport... or to share my "bad" user script... ;-)

https://github.com/erdoukki/DEBIAN_TOOLS/blob/master/BUILD-DEBIAN-ARM-20180711.sh

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6 minutes ago, Gandalf said:

ArmBian may be customized to support the Odroid-u3 board.


It can be, just someone has to prepare something like this: https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/1542/files and when we are sure it does't break anything, things got merged as CSC (community supported configurations). In some cases they got broad support, download images, sometimes nothing.

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On 9/28/2019 at 4:32 PM, Gandalf said:

ArmBian may be customized to support the Odroid-u3 board.

I have made a script to build image from scratch few years ago, and I have updated it more recently to build an debian fom scratch system for odroid-u3, with official debian armmp linux kernel...

 

All work fine, from bootup to system, with a little customization of flash-kernel and partition map...

 

May be I get a little time to enhanced this suport... or to share my "bad" user script... ;-)

https://github.com/erdoukki/DEBIAN_TOOLS/blob/master/BUILD-DEBIAN-ARM-20180711.sh

After an upgrade from stretch to buster, the odroid u3 works fine with the linux-kernel-armmp 4.19...

 

I just "reset" use my flash-kernel/bootscript.odroid version

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