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Posted at 9/24/2020 21:15:44     
Last edited by balbes150 In 12/18/2020 09:22 Editor

I checked running the latest versions of ArmbianTV and Libreelec on roc-pc-rk3399. The systems start up and work well. If desired, you can install these systems on eMMC or NVMe. You can find out more about how to do this in these topics.  


https://forum.armbian.com/topic/ ... l-aw-aarch64-armv8/

https://forum.armbian.com/topic/ ... ment&comment=109308

https://forum.libreelec.tv/threa ... rk3328-rk3399-3288/

Or ask questions in this topic.


Support for media functions.


https://forum.armbian.com/topic/ ... ltimedia-framework/

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Posted at 9/28/2020 22:06:23     
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Libreelec ver 20200928 kernel 5.9-rc7 , u-boot-2020.10-rc5
Armbian ver 20200928-dev kernel 5.9-rc7 u-boot-2020.10-rc5
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Posted at 10/14/2020 21:59:47     
Libreelec ver 20201012 kernel 5.9
Armbian ver 20201014 kernel 5.9
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Posted at 10/23/2020 16:37:32     
New versions of Armbian and Libreelec. Checked the launch on Firefly Station P1. all the main equipment (LAN, WiFi, BT, sound HDMI) Works except for the analog audio output. Important difference between the new versions. After writing the image to the SD card, you no longer need to make changes to the extlinux settings to run, all the necessary settings are already in the images. Download links for new versions are now located here. Dir Firefly_station_p1


https://yadi.sk/d/CJW9Idb0IpQZag?w=1

https://mega.nz/#F!j9QSDQSQ!6WpasOlbZYIInfw6yo4phQ

https://users.armbian.com/balbes150/
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Posted at 11/3/2020 08:29:16     
Last edited by cooltech In 11/3/2020 09:13 Editor

Thank you for these builds babels150! However as a new owner of  Firefly Station P1 I am not sure how to boot from MicroSD or USB. Any tips? The wiki does not have a page yet for the Firefly Station P1, but I am eager to test these.

So far I have tried this to boot from MicroSD:

  1. unxz Armbian_20.11.0-trunk_Roc-rk3399-pc_buster_current_5.8.16.img.xz
  2. dd if=Armbian_20.11.0-trunk_Roc-rk3399-pc_buster_current_5.8.16.img of=/dev/sdb
  3. *Insert microSD*
  4. Machine does not boot (or no HDMI output?)
Copy the code



If possible I would prefer boot live from USB prior to flashing. Please let me know.
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Posted at 11/7/2020 21:22:42     
Last edited by balbes150 In 11/7/2020 16:30 Editor

Previously, I have already encountered that users had problems when starting the system from an SD card on different models, if they used the DD utility to write the image (there is a topic on the Armbian forum where many users write about this). Try using specialized programs for writing images to the SD card to write the image. More important information. There is no power button on P1, and after turning off the LE \ Armbian system, to quickly re-enable it, you need to either disconnect the power connector from P1 itself, or pull the power supply out of the socket and wait a few (3-5)  minutes (until the circuits in P1 self-discharge).

Starting from USB only works in boot loaders that are used in LE and Armbian. This means that if you want to save Android and run systems from USB, you need to additionally (along with the USB media) connect the SD card on which LE or Armbian is recorded. If you install a LE or Armbian system in eMMC, there will also be the installation of a new u-boot with support for starting from USB, and then you can start systems from USB without an SD card.

Important information. To run LE and Armbian correctly from an SD card, the SD card must not have a GPT table. If any systems with GPT were previously written to this SD card, you must completely clear the entire SD card (or clear the last sectors where the GPT backup is stored).

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Posted at 11/11/2020 19:57:41     
Last edited by balbes150 In 11/11/2020 15:00 Editor

Libreelec ver 2020111 kernel 5.9.7

Detected flaws. Restart does not work, you need to turn off the power supply.


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Posted at 11/11/2020 20:05:19     
Last edited by balbes150 In 11/11/2020 15:08 Editor

ArmbianTV ver 20.11

To enable BT in Armbian, you need to install the full firmware package. This can be easily done either through the "armbian-config" or through the standard DEB package  (apt install armbian-firmware-full)  installation tools. After installing the firmware, turn on BT and restart the system.
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Posted at 11/19/2020 16:02:30     
Tried flashing this on my firefly rk3399 using the android tool v 2.65 on the upgrade firmware tab but am getting the error 'Loading firmware failed!' ....what could be the issue?
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Posted at 11/21/2020 00:03:11     
n1klaus Posted at 11/19/2020 11:02
Tried flashing this on my firefly rk3399 using the android tool v 2.65 on the upgrade firmware tab b ...

This is not a firmware for the android tool, it is an independent system for launching from external media and the possibility of subsequent installation in eMMC (instead of Android).
To start, you need to follow a few simple steps.
1. to download the image.
2. Unpack.
3. Write a special program (which records ISO images) to the SD card.
4. Connect the SD card and turn on the power.
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