@igorp - I understand your frustration, and appreciate what you guys are doing at armbian. I also read your post there, and I understand that the manufacturers for hardware don’t update their drivers in linux kernels. -> Kudos to you for trying to support all that “old” stuff.
But: I’m looking to get my board up and running. (Since this board is still being sold (I bought it a week ago) - I assume there must be some kind of (older) image version that I can use that does simply just work and that is stable - I assume Radxa tested their board with some kernel/image)
This is my first SBC, and I don’t feel like paying someone to fix the bugs in the “latest” kernel versions. I feel like getting my board up and running (with an older kernel, if need be)
If there is no way to get it running (on an older kernel/image) I will just send the board back and switch to one that is more “openly” supported (You know which one).
At this point, I’m not sure if it’s a kernel problem - or a hardware problem. That’s what I’m trying to figure out here. (By trying an “old” kernel and go from there)