slarm64 (unofficial slackware) Rock64 RK3328 (aarch64)
#51
Updated Slackware Aarch64 Miniroot (ROCK64) 20190201 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
Updated Slackware Aarch64 XFCE (ROCK64) 20190201 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
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#52
updated kernel (ayufan 4.4.167-1213)

kernel for slarm64:
kernel-firmware-rk3328-4.4.183-aarch64-1mara.txz
kernel-headers-rk3328-4.4.183-aarch64-1mara.txz
kernel-modules-rk3328-4.4.183-aarch64-1mara.txz
kernel-rk3328-4.4.183-aarch64-1mara.txz


update packages:
1. download all listed files
2. sudo upgradepkg kernel-*.txz
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#53
update:
- kernel 4.4.183
- update all packages Sat Jun 22 19:14:18 UTC 2019

slarm64-current-aarch64-base-rootfs-15Jun19-4.4.183-rock64-build-20190623.img.xz
slarm64-current-aarch64-base-rootfs-15Jun19-4.4.183-rock64-build-20190623.img.xz.md5

slarm64-current-aarch64-xfce-rootfs-15Jun19-4.4.183-rock64-build-20190623.img.xz
slarm64-current-aarch64-xfce-rootfs-15Jun19-4.4.183-rock64-build-20190623.img.xz.md5
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#54
Updated Slackware Aarch64 Miniroot (ROCK64-v3/v2 and ROCK64-v2) 20190623 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
Updated Slackware Aarch64 XFCE (ROCK64-v3/v2 and ROCK64-v2) 20190623 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
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#55
(07-02-2019, 08:16 PM)pineadmin Wrote: Updated Slackware Aarch64 Miniroot (ROCK64-v3/v2 and ROCK64-v2) 20190623 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
Updated Slackware Aarch64 XFCE (ROCK64-v3/v2 and ROCK64-v2) 20190623 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.

I installed the XFCE version. The system hung repeatedly. The first two times during initial start-up, when resizing the sd card, than later on when the mouse was moved in the XFCE session. I think I tried the Miniroot version, too, that also hung. I tried different sd cards to make sure that was not an issue. I used etcher to install the image.

I used to have a  PC-based slackware router that I wanted to reimplement on the rock64. Unfortunatelly, I had to go with Armbian stretch at the end, because I could not use slackware, but I would like to go back to slackware if possible. How stable/reliable slackware on the rock64? Have you had good feedback? I'll try the next release. When will you have it?

Thanks,

Karl
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#56
(07-08-2019, 01:50 PM)KarlF Wrote:
(07-02-2019, 08:16 PM)pineadmin Wrote: Updated Slackware Aarch64 Miniroot (ROCK64-v3/v2 and ROCK64-v2) 20190623 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
Updated Slackware Aarch64 XFCE (ROCK64-v3/v2 and ROCK64-v2) 20190623 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.

I installed the XFCE version. The system hung repeatedly. The first two times during initial start-up, when resizing the sd card, than later on when the mouse was moved in the XFCE session. I think I tried the Miniroot version, too, that also hung. I tried different sd cards to make sure that was not an issue. I used etcher to install the image.

I used to have a  PC-based slackware router that I wanted to reimplement on the rock64. Unfortunatelly, I had to go with Armbian stretch at the end, because I could not use slackware, but I would like to go back to slackware if possible. How stable/reliable slackware on the rock64? Have you had good feedback? I'll try the next release. When will you have it?

Thanks,

Karl

Please ensure the Micro SD Card is UHS-1 class. If used lower class such as Class 2 Micro SD Card is too slow to use and can get the whole system runs in to low performance or sometimes crash.   

Thanks,
pineadmin....
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#57
(07-08-2019, 08:26 PM)pineadmin Wrote:
(07-08-2019, 01:50 PM)KarlF Wrote:
(07-02-2019, 08:16 PM)pineadmin Wrote: Updated Slackware Aarch64 Miniroot (ROCK64-v3/v2 and ROCK64-v2) 20190623 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.
Updated Slackware Aarch64 XFCE (ROCK64-v3/v2 and ROCK64-v2) 20190623 on Wiki and PINE64 Installer.

I installed the XFCE version. The system hung repeatedly. The first two times during initial start-up, when resizing the sd card, than later on when the mouse was moved in the XFCE session. I think I tried the Miniroot version, too, that also hung. I tried different sd cards to make sure that was not an issue. I used etcher to install the image.

I used to have a  PC-based slackware router that I wanted to reimplement on the rock64. Unfortunatelly, I had to go with Armbian stretch at the end, because I could not use slackware, but I would like to go back to slackware if possible. How stable/reliable slackware on the rock64? Have you had good feedback? I'll try the next release. When will you have it?

Thanks,

Karl

Please ensure the Micro SD Card is UHS-1 class. If used lower class such as Class 2 Micro SD Card is too slow to use and can get the whole system runs in to low performance or sometimes crash.   

Thanks,
pineadmin....

This is what I used:
Kingston Canvas Select 16GB microSDHC Class 10 microSD Memory Card UHS-I 80MB/s R Flash Memory Card with Adapter (SDCS/16GB)
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#58
Quote:I installed the XFCE version. The system hung repeatedly. The first two times during initial start-up, when resizing the sd card, than later on when the mouse was moved in the XFCE session. I think I tried the Miniroot version, too, that also hung. I tried different sd cards to make sure that was not an issue. I used etcher to install the image.

I used to have a  PC-based slackware router that I wanted to reimplement on the rock64. Unfortunatelly, I had to go with Armbian stretch at the end, because I could not use slackware, but I would like to go back to slackware if possible. How stable/reliable slackware on the rock64? Have you had good feedback? I'll try the next release. When will you have it?

I will look at performance over a long period.

while the problem of the correct booting and operation of the system from the SDcard with the eMMC module connected is noticed.
when disconnecting the eMMC boot and works fine
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#59
(07-09-2019, 11:41 AM)mara Wrote:
Quote:I installed the XFCE version. The system hung repeatedly. The first two times during initial start-up, when resizing the sd card, than later on when the mouse was moved in the XFCE session. I think I tried the Miniroot version, too, that also hung. I tried different sd cards to make sure that was not an issue. I used etcher to install the image.

I used to have a  PC-based slackware router that I wanted to reimplement on the rock64. Unfortunatelly, I had to go with Armbian stretch at the end, because I could not use slackware, but I would like to go back to slackware if possible. How stable/reliable slackware on the rock64? Have you had good feedback? I'll try the next release. When will you have it?

I will look at performance over a long period.

while the problem of the correct booting and operation of the system from the SDcard with the eMMC module connected is noticed.
when disconnecting the eMMC boot and works fine

I don't have an eMMC module.
I'll give it another try with another SD card, and if that doesn't work, I'll have to throw in the towel.
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#60
KarlF,
Left the board to work the day the image of the sfke, no problems were detected, SDCard samsung SD EVO PLUS 32Gb.
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