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[OS] Debian Bullseye for ODROID N1 (WIP)

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This is my first version of Debian Bullseye (testing) with upstream Kernel support for the ODROID N1.

Due to the fact, that the Rockchip RK3399 hardware is one of the best supported ARM hardware in Linux Kernel at the moment I wanted to test what is currently available and working and was surprised to find that nearly everything worked out of the box.

This image is based on Debian Bullseye which is still under heavy development and therefore not considered stable.
Still it shows what is currently possible, which is quite a lot.

It's a headless server image only with user root. But it has all my repositories included, which allows for easy installation and updates of packages such as Kernel and Headers and other packages.
I currently included Debian Buster repository list as well, as in Debian Bullseye there aren't many packages available yet.

The image has my usual setup: means on first boot it's resizing the rootfs partition and configures SSH. It will automatically reboot after the initial setup after which this image is ready to use.
Kernel and headers are already installed if you need to build your own drivers.
A few basic tools such as htop, mc, vim and bash-completion are already installed for your convenience.
A full list of installed applications and dependencies can be found in the root of the image ("/").

Download: https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/images/Bu ... -N1.img.xz md5 sha512 sig

Size compressed: 186MB
Size uncompressed: 1104MB

Default Login: root
Default Password: odroid

It's ready to be used as a server image.

First things first:
Since there's constantly new development for this image and ODROIDs in general the First thing you should do after the image is up and running is to install all updates:

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apt update && apt upgrade && apt dist-upgrade
How to convert the image into a Desktop image:
The image can easily converted into a Desktop image looking similar to this:
Image

I created a setup tool that's already preinstalled:

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setup-odroid
Which should easily allow you to install a Desktop Environment.

You can even install Gnom3 under wayland:
Image

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Changing language:
If you install a Desktop environment you should already have keybord-configuration installed, it will ask upon the first installation what keyboard layout it should use.
This configuration is for your X11 Desktop so you have your desired keyboard layout.
For console you need to install console-setup to do the same, so just in case:

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apt-get install console-setup keyboard-configuration
dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration
should be all that is needed to change your keyboard layout.
You probably want to set timezone as well

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dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
Setting up WLAN from command line
Edit the file /etc/network/interfaces or create a new one under /etc/network/interfaces.d/ and add the following lines

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auto wlan0
iface wlan0 inet dhcp
    wpa-essid <NAME-OF-YOUR-WLAN>
    wpa-psk <WLAN-PASSWORD>
If you're using a "hidden" network, please also add wpa-scan-ssid 1

Webbrowser:
While webbrowser is working, I don't think it uses hardware acceleration properly.
WebGL will work under FireFox but it's extremely slow so I don't think it uses hardware acceleration.
Chromium only finds MESA software renderer not sure why.

Kodi (X11):
Kodi will work "fine". You can use setup-odroid to install Kodi for X11 (should work under wayland as well).
It will not use hardware accelerated decoding, but will use GPU support and the CPU is fast enough to even show H265 1080p videos.

Please Note:
As good as this works at the moment, this is still a testing image and not everything might work.
Panfrost works out of the box, and supports OpenGL 2.1 as well as OpenGL ES 3.1

Known Issues:
I have some sound issues, which might be from my monitor that I use, but I doubt that.
The sound cracks up a lot which will disappear if I reduce overall volume in Linux.
I can however increase volume of the Monitor without issues compensating for the lower volume in Linux.

The version of MESA in Debian Bullseye currently only supports OpenGL ES 1.1 and 2.0 it does not support 3.0, 3.1, 3.2 as the hardware would.
Aside from that OpenGL 2.1 profile does work as well.
I backported MESA from sid, which has support for OpenGL ES 3.0 as well as other OpenGL features.
It can be installed from my repostitories.

If you run the image from SD card reboot is not working.
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Re: [OS] Debian Bullseye for ODROID N1 (WIP)

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    This is very good, now I can successfully test the vendor with the best Panfrost support :) :ugeek:

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    meveric, whatever possesed you to create an image for an EOL board that has maybe 30 boards in the wild and is loved by all who have it?
    Though I'm not a regular Debian user I feel compelled to steal the kernel and use it on my in-house Ubuntu. Could you share your kernel config so I can validate it has docker support and gpio-ir-tx?
    Also - are you running mainline uboot?
    Thanks!

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    Re: [OS] Debian Bullseye for ODROID N1 (WIP)

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    mad_ady wrote:
    Mon Nov 02, 2020 4:35 am
    meveric, whatever possesed you to create an image for an EOL board that has maybe 30 boards in the wild and is loved by all who have it?
    Though I'm not a regular Debian user I feel compelled to steal the kernel and use it on my in-house Ubuntu.
    As you said it's kinda a favorite of mine as well and I wanted to see how Panfrost performs on a SoC that is "fully" supported.
    It was also good training to maybe get other boards up and running with mainline as well.
    I learned a lot at least :)

    mad_ady wrote:
    Mon Nov 02, 2020 4:35 am
    Could you share your kernel config so I can validate it has docker support and gpio-ir-tx?
    Also - are you running mainline uboot?
    Thanks!
    I only used the stuff that is in the Trying to get mainline kernel working on N1 thread.
    Including the config for the Kernel and the U-Boot :)
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    I backported MESA 20.2.1 from Debian Sid to Debian Bullseye which can be installed from my repository.
    Panfrost now has OpenGL ES 3.0 support as well as more OpenGL features in total.
    Funny though, Wayland performance went down from over 1700 FPS tops to 1100 FPS
    But X11 performance went up a little.
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    Thanks @meveric will move my board over soon :) I'm getting sick of seeing this "Linux odroid 4.4.114-21 #1 SMP Mon Mar 19 01:05:12 UTC 2018 aarch64 GNU/Linux"

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    Thanks for doing this.

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    Update:
    I've updated the base image with newer version of u-boot.
    I also fixed SD card support which is now working (without UHS support at the moment it seems).
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    Don't use it anyway but it's nice to know it's working.

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    Re: [OS] Debian Bullseye for ODROID N1 (WIP)

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    well for me it was annoying, I was using a 16GB eMMC originally as most of the software was on the network.
    But since I now start with an entire new image I first have to test the software directly on the system and probably start over and over again several times.
    And 16GB doesn't hold much data, but I still had a 128 GB SD laying around from my GO2 testing so that is something that's very handy for testing :)
    But not being able to boot from is was really annoying :D

    I wanna test some Windows games on it with wine and so on therefore I need quite a bit of space :)
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    Re: [OS] Debian Bullseye for ODROID N1 (WIP)

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    @meveric: Thank you very much for this. I am on the way to rebuild my N1 NAS with two new harddisks and with your Debian image. I installed it on a 64GB Sandisk Extreme as I don't want yet overwrite the emmc that has a working system. So far it has booted, now I will continue to install OMV and Nextcloud, I will report after.

    [edit]
    It turns out that OMV5 needs php7.3 that is not installable on Bullseye. Currently I am compiling php7.3. Don't know if the decencies will be met to install OMV5...

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    The following packages have unmet dependencies:
     php-pam : Depends: phpapi-20180731 but it is not installable
    
    I wonder how I can make this virtual package phpapi by myself. I haven't found so far...

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    php7.3 is Debian Buster, since this is bullseye it's a little ahead, although it's odd that it's not downward compatible.
    Instead of compiling it yourself you can also try adding:
    https://packages.sury.org/php/

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    apt install wget
    wget -O- https://packages.sury.org/php/apt.gpg | apt-key add -
    echo "deb https://packages.sury.org/php/ buster main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/php.list
    apt update
    
    although it's for buster, it should be compatible with bullseye as well (I hope) and it has different versions of php available that you can install.
    It will also give you security updates and fixes, which is not the case if you compile it yourself.

    It should provide packages for php 5.6, 7.0. 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 and 8.0 so even if the requirements of OMV change you should be covered for some time :)
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    I will try it, thank you.
    But later this week, because I installed back the emmc to have my NAS online.

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    @meveric: I was able to install php7.3 with the buster sources. :)

    Then I installed OMV5 as is written here for buster: https://forum.openmediavault.org/index. ... 10-buster/
    I had to disable apache2.
    And I had to install an additional php package php7.3-xml as there was an error Uncaught Error: Class 'DOMDocument' not found

    OMV5 now is coming up. Let's see if I can adjust it with all options i have on the old system.

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    glad to see it's coming together.. Hope it works out :)
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    It was as much work as I expected. :(
    I had to export the Nextcloud database from the old system and import it to the new system, to have all the contacts and the calendar entries restored.
    But I had to learn step by step to come to this. On the new system (Bullseye with OMV5) I had to use the old Nextcloud 15 first. I was not able to update Nextcloud from within the gui, the button was missing although I use php7.3. So I had to rename the whole Nextcloud folder and to unzip the next higher update to 16 and to restore the config and the data folder from 15 to 16. The same with 17. The same with 18. The same with 19....Stop! No, I wasn't able to fix a server error with 19. I must stay with Nextcloud 18. :(
    It would be possible to install Nextcloud 20, but I would loose all as the Nextcloud database would be created new.
    Then I uninstalled OMV5 by mistake and I had to learn how to reinstall it. :(
    I had some trouble with apt-get update as the system time didn't synchronize after reboot. I learned that with OMV the package chrony is needed. But chrony service was masked. I enabled the service and put one additional line into the service:

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    ExecStartPost=/usr/bin/chronyc -a makestep
    This makes the system time synchronized after start up. (It seems to work :))
    Next, I had also trouble with OMV logon errors. I found at the end, that the openmediavault-engined.service was also masked and didn't start after reboot.
    I unmasked and enabled it with:

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    sudo systemctl enable openmediavault-engined
    
    BTW, @meveric, you know that the N1 does not make reboot? It does start after power cycle or with press PWR button. (Not so important for me as it should stay on 24/7)

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    Does it reboot correctly with reboot -f? My N1, on kernel 5.7.0 rc5 reboots correctly, but a while ago reboot was problematic. There might be some patch missing (in u-boot?)

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    mad_ady wrote:
    Mon Nov 16, 2020 4:49 am
    Does it reboot correctly with reboot -f? My N1, on kernel 5.7.0 rc5 reboots correctly, but a while ago reboot was problematic. There might be some patch missing (in u-boot?)
    For me, reboot from eMMC works fine, but reboot from SD always hangs and you need to press the reset button.
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    You may be right - I only use emmc with N1. So mine may behave the same way.

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    Funny, now the Updater button was present in Nextcloud and I could do the update from 18.0.4 to 18.0.11 to 19.0.5 to 20.0.2. :)
    Sometimes it's good to wait...

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    I will take a look at sd card, UHS mode and sd reboot issue once I get my new drives for the HC4 and migrate my data (hopefully by the end of the week).

    I suspect the sd card reset line is not working so kernel cannot reset to UHS modes and also the reboot can not reset to standard mode for trusted firmware to find the initial bootloader code.
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    Thank you @brad. But do this work only if you find it important. For me it's not so important, as I hope that the N1 with Bullseye and mainline kernel runs as stable that I don't need to reboot for really long time.

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    Just to show off:
    System details, to show it's running on the N1 using experimental OpenGL 3.3 backend for Panfrost:
    https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/other/Vid ... tor2-1.mp4

    In game graphics:
    https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric/other/Vid ... tor2-2.mp4

    The game seems to run at full speed, I did not experience any lagging.
    It's the x86 version of KotoR II which requires OpenGL 3.x to work.
    In fact it even works with OpenGL 2.1 (default for Panfrost) but videos won't work.

    Since this is an x86 game it runs on box86 from @ptitSeb

    It's amazing, that is two out of three games that I want to run on ODROIDs :D
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    Re: [OS] Debian Bullseye for ODROID N1 (WIP)

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    Impressive!

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