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Posted at 11/21/2020 00:17:45     
Last edited by balbes150 In 3/21/2021 11:47 Editor

Versions of ArmbianTV and Libreelec.

Download links for new versions are now located here.

Dir station_m1


https://yadi.sk/d/GnFmvx9A8ExVDw?w=1

https://users.armbian.com/balbes150/

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



Using ArmbianTV.

1. Download,
2. Unpack,
3. burn the resulting image to the SD card.
4. Connect the SD card and turn on the power.


Launch LE on M1.

New image Libreelec (unoficcicial)

For M1, I release special images LE (arm and aarch64), there is no need to change anything, the system works immediately after writing to the SD card. All this works with almost all hardware (LAN WiFi HDMI sound, analog sound and remote control) without additional settings.

https://yadi.sk/d/8vNYuuxynz1L0w?w=1




Official

Download the LE image (you can use images for MVR9 or Rock64).

https://libreelec.tv/downloads_new/rockchip/

Unpack and write to SD card.

Download u-boot for M1.

https://yadi.sk/d/XDdYGnvJ4jj3ag?w=1

And write it to the SD card (required after recording the LE image).
Connect the Sd card to M1 and turn on the power.
Works with LAN HDMI and analog audio. WiFi and BT don't work.


The system will start automatically.
Please note that you do not need to erase anything in eMMC \ SPI.
When you disable the SD card, the standard Android from eMMC will work.


Support for media functions.


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



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Posted at 11/27/2020 15:48:58     
Good news.  

I added support for Station M1 in ArmbianTV (this is a version with improved media capabilities compared to the official Armbian). In the latest version 20201127, almost all hardware works (LAN, WiFi, HDMI and analog audio, remote control, except BT). Starting the system is simple, download, unpack, write to SD card and connect to M1, the system starts automatically.

The images to download are located in subdirectories named ArmbianTV
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Posted at 12/2/2020 20:44:11     
Update ArmbianTV 20201202
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Posted at 12/3/2020 22:01:01     
Armbian 20201203
kernel 5.9.12
expanded the list of USB modules


Added a Libreelec image (20201203) specifically for M1 (rk3328-roc-pc) with the 5.10.0-rc6 kernel. While HW decoding is not working in this image, you need to disable DRM-HW in the settings. SW decoding is sufficient for 720p resolution. Works with remote control, WiFi, HDMI and analog audio.
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Posted at 12/6/2020 01:01:54     
Added the Armbian-legacy version with the rockchip 4.4 kernel.
Images are located in directories with the extension "legacy"in the name.

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Posted at 12/9/2020 16:19:05     
Good news. I added Armbian images with the Legacy core to the site (directories with images with this core have the extension "legacy"). This core is based on rockchip 4.4. for the Buster version, there is a special package "media-buster-legacy-rk3328", which installs HW acceleration and a set of additional packages with KODI, Rockchip Gst Playe, etc., with HW acceleration, including for 4K. After starting the Armbian system (Buster-legacy), you can run the command at this link (in the future, this command will change and it will be easier, small bug in the package name and the author will fix it soon). To start KODI, log out and on the Lightdm login screen, select KODI in the upper-right corner of the session menu and log in. Please note that the sound settings and so on, you need to install in the system before starting KODI (it uses the settings that are set before the user logs out to DE).

https://forum.armbian.com/topic/ ... ents#comment-114824
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Posted at 12/9/2020 16:24:02     
I think this information will also be useful to users.  

https://forum.armbian.com/topic/ ... d-%E2%80%93-how-to/
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Posted at 12/11/2020 17:19:10     
Update Libreelec and ArmbianTV 20201210 kernel 5.10.0-rc7


fixed media package installation for Buster-legacy. To install, you now need to use the command.

sudo apt install media-buster-legacy-rk3328  --install-recommends
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Posted at 12/14/2020 20:11:49     
New test image any DE (XFCE\Mate\KDE etc)

https://yadi.sk/d/fKJzpFMPHRU9QA?w=1
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Posted at 12/16/2020 22:21:30     
20201216 ArmbianTV and Libreelec kernel 5.10.1
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