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SSH not working after upgrade (Orange pi Lite Armbian_Ubuntu_xenial)


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due to systemd updates to a new version, maybe it's not compact with old kernel.

after system upgrade, it fails to start sshd.

 

after read code, insystemd-tmpfile chase_symlinks() return -EBADF  from kernel,

I guess legacy kernel not compact with newer systemd.

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22 hours ago, Igor said:

Patch is applied and it seems to work, updates pushed up:
https://github.com/armbian/documentation/commit/417821896fedd9623bfc6d7dac13cc5392729c80

https://github.com/armbian/upload/commit/3ea43843df0ccfa7e749b41cffa27f38c3ba53e8


... but it seems not all problems went away. I am experiencing network troubles. 

Lan cable was not connected to the switch :P

@Igor , can I switch to the nightly build and do the update by apt update&upgrade, or is it necessary to do it manually in a different way?

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I ran updates, it indeed fixed by sshd at boot, but I don't understand how it broke in the first place. It was always working and without provocation it stopped working (I didn't update). If this happened on my OPi Zero (has no display outputs) instead of my OPi One, it would have bricked.

 

And of course the update broke other stuff and my 800x480 display stopped working. Time to inspect the fex-bin files. [edit] somehow scripts.bin got completely replaced by one that looks like its for another board. One thing I noticed is that instead of the OPi One's 19 GPIOs it lists 88 GPIOs.

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Had another encounter with the ssh problem after burning a year-old image that worked for 100% sure. This is a 'cleaned' image, with bash history and logs purged before ripping.

 

I thought of comparing the 'good' & 'bad' SD card.

Found *unattended* upgrade logs that didn't exist before, which happened around 6am when I was asleep.

 

Apparently systemd upgraded and broke the stuff:

https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/systemd/+bug/1811580 (search Failed to validate path /var/run/sshd: Bad file descriptor)

 

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