v20.02.6 with 4.4.217 (kernel 5.5.y is possible to build with https://github.com/armbian/build)
Updated with those drivers:
- Added beta version of Armbian Ubuntu Focal 20.04 server with kernel 5.6.2 https://www.armbian.com/radxa-rockpi-s/#kernels-archive-all
- Compressed with .xz
Heads up, there is also now a beta version of Armbian Buster 20.05 server with kernel 5.6.7
I try to use Buster minimal 5.9.y
It is booting but no USB host is recognised.
lsusb -t is empty
Have someone 5.9 working with USB host ?
As of 30.11, no USB with Buster 5.9.11
Thanks for the info and the link. Looking forward to your test and hope that they will be successful.
I need a newer version because of USB Audio-2.0 gadget supporting now a sync endpoint. Without that Windows 10 will refuse to enumerate the driver, so that only UAC1 is working.
Btw. I have read that someone is asked about 8ch. I got it working.
FYI: On slarm64, kernel 5.9.6 also had no USB support for Rock Pi S, but the maintainer added it to kernel 5.9.12. See https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-arm-108/rock-pi-s-usb-a-port-not-working-4175686085/#post6191077
No USB. lsusb is empty
not booting. device tree is missing
Known problem and not exactly a problem - nightly builds are only a developers support. Sorry, absolutely no time to do anything about in next couple of weeks, perhaps months. https://www.armbian.com/get-involved Some solutions / patches are scattered around and they need to be brought in, adjust and tested, …
but some additional optional fine tuning could be done.