station-m1
Supported
CLI

Armbian 22.08 Jammy
Kernel 5.18.y, Size: 384Mb, Updated: Aug 31, 2022
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stable user space packages
desktop

Armbian 22.08 Jammy XFCE
Kernel 5.18.y, Size: 1293Mb, Updated: Aug 31, 2022
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stable user space packages

In case of troubles booting, read this topic.

Important. For the new images to work, it is necessary to update the u-boot in eMMC on M2\P2. The new version of u-boot is compatible with the existing official versions of Station and Ubuntu, which are released by Firefly. To upgrade to the new version of u-boot, you need to follow several steps.

1. Download a special version of the image from the link.

download link

2. Unpack, write to the SD card.
3. Start the system, perform the initial configuration (answer the questions).
4. to start the update procedure, run the command

sudo /vendor/m2-station-update-uboot

After completing the procedure, turn off the system and you can use the new images as usual, perform the installation in eMMC\NVMe\SATA using the standard nand-install-sata utility.

Please note that before installing the system in eMMC\NVMe\SATA, I strongly recommend creating a full backup of the contents of eMMC. To do this, all ArmbianTV images have a special utility “ddbr”. BEFORE starting the installation, you need to run the ddbr utility and select creating a compressed copy. This will allow you to easily return to the current state of eMMC in the future.

Specifications

1000tx 4 core 64bit 8GB bluetooth docker eMMC m2 usb3 wifi wireguard Rockchip

* Specifications differ from hardware revision, model and software support level

FAQs

Simple

BASH or ZSH shell, standard Debian/Ubuntu utilities. Features can be adjusted with menu-driven utility. Login is possible via serial, HDMI or SSH.

Universal

Minimal, server or Desktop. We work with XFCE, Mate and Cinnamon but more is possible to build: Gnome, KDE, Budgie, Deepin, i3, …

Light

No bloatware or spyware. Special utilities are completely optional. Suitable for newcomers and professionals.

Optimized

Distributed images are optimized for flash media (SD/eMMC/SSD) and compacted to real data size.

Fast

Armbian is optimized on kernel and userspace level. ZRAM & ZSWAP support, browser profile memory caching, garbage commit delay.

Secure

Security level can be adjusted with the armbian-config. OS is reviewed by professionals within the community.

Supported

Maintainers and community have deep understanding how HW work. We are seniors with 30+ years of experience in Linux + embedded Linux.

Open

Armbian provides open source build framework to build a distribution of optimised Linux hardware interface for armhf, aarch64 and x86.

We provide a selection of images that fits hardware best. If you need different image – use build framework and make whatever you need. Build framework relies on Debian and Ubuntu packages – you can build any combination – stable, old stable or rolling release.

Make sure you have a good & reliable SD card and a proper power supply. Archives can be flashed with Etcher (all OS) directly.

Insert the SD card into the slot, connect a cable to your network if possible or a display and power your board. (First) boot (with DHCP) takes a bit longer.

SUPPORTED devices are tested and they should work well apart from known issues and missing features. Support is provided as far as possible (in general there is no support for 3rd party hardware like DVB tuners and software like Kodi). Please check the documentation and existing forum posts before posting a question. Questions on private channels are considered as offence.

SUITABLE FOR TESTING (WIP) are devices which we’re currently working on but they might not be fully ready! These images are usually suitable for developers and experienced users. They are not very well tested but they might work without any problems. Your help to improve this situation is greatly appreciated.

NO OFFICIAL SUPPORT (CSC) are devices which are supported by the 3rd party. We usually don’t have hardware samples nor conduct any tests but they might work well. Provided images comes without any warranty and update might worsen usability and stability.

Armbian images and kernels can be made from scratch. Supported environment for build framework is any any X64 based Linux distribution. You can re-make live bootable image or just a kernel+dtb(hardware configuration) package which you transfer to your image and install with: dpkg -i linux-image-[branch]-family.deb linux-dtb-[branch]-family.deb. In that process you can enforce many customisation.

Other download variants

VariantEUUSAAsiaTorrentUser spaceKernelIntegritySizeLast modified
 
Bullseye server stable5.18.ySHA  ASC425MAug 31, 2022
Bullseye server stable4.19.ySHA  ASC340MAug 31, 2022
Bullseye XFCE desktop stable4.19.ySHA  ASC941MAug 31, 2022
Jammy Budgie desktop stable5.18.ySHA  ASC1288MAug 31, 2022
Jammy Cinnamon desktop stable5.18.ySHA  ASC1330MAug 31, 2022
Jammy Gnome desktop stable5.18.ySHA  ASC1350MAug 31, 2022
Jammy KDE Plasma desktop stable5.18.ySHA  ASC1348MAug 31, 2022
Jammy server stable4.19.ySHA  ASC305MAug 31, 2022
Sid server rolling5.19.ySHA  ASC441MAug 31, 2022
 
* Looking for rolling releases? Check here. Do you need a different variant of image? Use build framework and make one!
Archived versions(use archived builds in case current doesn't boot)