Version 20200918. The kernel 5.8.10.
Please note that now all AML use a common tar file for updating.
ver 20200911 kernel 5.8.8 fix USB WiFi
ver 20200911 kernel 5.8.8
fix USB WiFi
ver 20200911 kernel 5.8.8 + Panfrost
Thanks to the help of LE developers (@narmstrong @warpme etc), managed to build a test version of the image for g12 (s905x2\s922), which uses Panfrost (the test image is located in the 20200907 folder) I hope that the next test image LE will contain a complete set for all platforms, including the g12..
Is there a period when this will be supported again?
I wonder if I'm doing something wrong though, do I still have to replace the U-boot (as per the instructions in the first post of this thread)?
Adding u-boot is mandatory (for models other than Nanopc T4 and Rockpi 4M2V). must also configure the correct DTB.
Does analog audio through the 3.5mm jack work? (RockPro64)
I don't have RockPro64, I don't know what works on this model.
ver 20200901 fix audio 3.5 for Nanopc T4
But my real question is about Docker. I would like to use that, but I am not offered the Docker Service for the Installation at all, which is required for the Linuxserver Docker.
The Docker addon doesn't work in KODI-19 yet.
Pay attention. Starting from version 20200826, the configuration order for the used DTB changes.
Please note that the algorithm for initial configuration of the system for startup has changed. Instead of a file "uEnv.txt", is now used the file "/extlinux/extlinux.conf " . The rules for editing a file remain the same.
You no longer need to manually add the u-boot.ext file , it is included in the image.
Ver 20200826 kernel 5.8.4
Pay attention. Starting from version (20200826), the configuration order for the used DTB changes.
Please note that the algorithm for initial configuration of the system for startup has changed. Instead of a file "uEnv.txt", the file "/extlinux/extlinux.conf " is now used. The rules for editing a file remain the same.
1. wifi not working
2. HDMI does not work with HDMI-DVI converter with screen resolution lower than 1080p.
WiFi on Nanopc t4 works in Armbian and in LE . The operation of the adapters is not controlled or guaranteed in any way.
New image 20200821 kernel 5.7.16
I've downloaded this version, do I still need to do the uboot replacement thing or is this supposed to be a standalone version? (If it's meant to be standalone it doesn't boot, it worked similarly to the previous version when I did the u-boot replacement with the armbian bullseye u-boot (as in it works but there are issues with the sound).
Also, just to note, I have the M4v2 not just the M4 (not sure if this makes much difference?)
Try the latest version at this link. You need to check the startup without adding U-boot (I need to understand whether the u-boot from the LE build works or not). Write down which DTB you are using and describe the sound problem in more detail (what settings are specified in KODI for sound).
I hadn't realised this, I was using the Armbian .DTB will have a play with the other ones (I didn't see a specific M4V2 version?)
I added images for NanoPI M4 and ROC-PC (Renegade Elite) to the 20200815-aarch64 on my site. Can you check the overall image launch for M4 ? I am interested in the work of u-boot (so that the system would start) and the General work of DTB from the image.
put the .dtb in the folder
I don't know which videos you run, but on all the rk3399 I have, almost all the videos work. You should only use DTB from the LE image. Only u-boot is used from Armbian.
I've managed to get things sort of working on NanoPi M4v2 using Armbian Bullseye as the base and the LibreELEC
Write more about what you launched and how.
I think the BBC thing is something to do with Python (I grabbed the zip from git and it gave an error about python version)?
With questions about Addons, you need to contact their developers, I don't know how they work and what the problem is.
New image 20200813 kernel 5.7.15
Ver 20200813 kernel 5.7.15