By Kat Schwarz / General purposeIOTNetworking / 0 Comments

Orange Pi R1+ (LTS)

There is currently a known issue that may affect this board on some IPv4 only networks. Symptoms are variable, from intermittent drop-outs and slow-downs to total loss of one NIC or total loss of networking. The issue can be completely eliminated by disabling ipv6. Don’t try to do this through armbian-config this method does not …

By Igor Pečovnik / General purposeIOTNASNetworkingDesktop / 0 Comments

Generic ARM64

improved support in GRUB (armbian wallpaper) & HiDPI GRUB support all preinstalled applications are normal apt packages current 5.15.y kernel, Jammy userland snapd is not installed (user can install it) HiDPI support (automated adjustments on big screen resolutions) ZFS 2.1.5 ready (apt install zfsutils-linux zfs-dkms) face unlock works perfectly (if your camera is supported), Installation …

By Igor Pečovnik / General purposeIOTNASNetworkingDesktop / 0 Comments

Generic Intel / AMD

Better then Ubuntu? No Canonical proprietary solutions. Better then Debian? More recent package base. Better then both: HiDPI support for GRUB and desktop (automated adjustments on big screen resolutions), NVIDIA graphics acceleration with proprietary driver, Intel graphics acceleration also works out of the box, preinstalled Google Chrome and Microsoft Visual Studio Code, ZFS 2.1.5 ready …

By Igor Pečovnik / General purposeNetworking / 0 Comments

Nanopi R2S

Login console is enabled also on mUSB connector Known problem: reboot sometimes doesn’t bring the device back. Network devices are not managed by Network manager. Configure via /etc/network/interfaces

By manofthesea manofthesea / General purposeNASNetworking / 0 Comments


Version 7 EspressoBIN (identifiable by sata power connection instead of molex) has ethernet ports in the reverse order.  This can be fixed in armbianEnv.txt with the line “fdtfile=marvell/armada-3720-espressobin-v7.dtb” manual flashing to latest u-boot is mandatory, again (as part of 2022.05 release)! Download the right boot flash for your board: 512,1G,2G, number of RAM chips (identify …

By Jannis / General purposeNASNetworking / 0 Comments

Clearfog base

  To boot the image from USB flash: Write the image to a USB flash drive Insert the flash drive into the USB3.0 port Load the modified u-boot (from the Armbian image) using the UART method Stop the default boot sequence Execute in u-boot prompt: run usbboot To flash the image to eMMC: Boot the image …