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Thanks for the update and the pointer on the mainline efforts. Appreciate it. Makes more sense now.

Also - thanks for the work on upstreaming your Armbian fixes.
(04-16-2018, 12:53 PM)PigLover Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks for the update and the pointer on the mainline efforts.  Appreciate it.  Makes more sense now.

Also - thanks for the work on upstreaming your Armbian fixes.

Do you know if this is available in the current images here?

https://www.armbian.com/pine64/

I have some SOPINE's en-route so I'm figuring out if I can start using the "official" Armbian images yet Smile

Thanks!
No, but a build off master of armbian should work. My one line change is merged.
Finally got around to fully populating my Clusterboard and now I'm starting to dig-in to making it fast Smile

I noticed that with this image I can't find the clock speed and cpu temps where I expect them. I believe that this is because the "mainline" kernel is being used. If that's the case I believe that this also means the clock speed is "locked" (no scaling) and could be locked as low as ~400Mhz.

Do you know if that is the case?

If so I'm wondering what the best way to address that is. I really like Armbian but I also need to get these guys running at top speed. Maybe all I need is to swap the mainline kernel out for a "legacy" one, or maybe I need to bite the bullet and do a custom build?

I've built Linux kernels before but I haven't done it on ARM so I'm not sure if/how it's different?
(06-02-2018, 04:07 AM)aww Wrote: [ -> ]No, but a build off master of armbian should work. My one line change is merged.

No matter what I try I get No-Carrier for eth0 on all my SOPINE modules. I assume this is a kernel issues or am I doing something wrong? I have tried "link up" but to no effect...

Thanks.

Steve
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