Sorry for so many comebacks. It finally worked.
To respond your last post I confirmed the following:
- Installed python legacy
- ran the git clone
- ran the python command (which errored out due to a GCC error)
- ran “sudo pip install Adafruit-SSD1306” (which errored out)
- ran “sudo pip3 install Adafruit-SSD1306”
Which ran perfectly and installed. The oled display now works.
So it appears I was missing the legacy python at the start. (sudo apt-get install python)
My apologies. I have rebuilt this Quad SATA NAS on several OS’es and probably lost track of what I had installed.
in lsblk I see the 4 drives listed as expected. (sda, sdb, sdc, sdd)
But when I run the disk utility, it shows only 2 physical drives (4 are installed) and they show as 1.
sda and sdc
sdb and sdd
I can mount sda and sdb, but not the rest.
The partition manager shows them as “unallocated” and cannot acquire them.
I only highlight this because this was not an issue on Raspbian. Ubuntu ARM64 seems to detect them but can only allocate 2 of them for mounting.