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Armbian USB quirks
#1
Hello forum.
I saw some additional statement to the kernel line, regarding USB.quirks. What those are supposed to do ?
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#2
https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/ma...#L278-L315
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#3
Thank you Igor.
I was supposing that was some enhancement to allow UMS mode to come up. I have made an experiment and it's working.
I swap Armbian with ALarm on the rootfs, then it's working pretty smooth. The only point missing is the bluetooth. I hope that something will come up soon and get a mainline also for ALarm.

NOTE there's a message during u-boot starting that states the boot.env is missing. Probably an oversight Wink
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#4
>The only point missing is the bluetooth.

That was a regression, fixed in sources 3 days ago:

https://github.com/armbian/build/issues/1133
https://github.com/armbian/build/commit/...fd3d118dce

> there's a message during u-boot starting that states the boot.env is missing

That is not a problem. Until you don't use your own u-boot environment, this file is n/a ... on older u-boot versions, environment is not stored in a file, but on a specific location below filesystem. There, you got a CRC error which is again ... completely normal for an empty file/location.
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#5
(10-17-2018, 05:08 AM)igorpec Wrote: That is not a problem.
That I knew it. I just wanted to let you know.
I even know how it could be removed Smile
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#6
> I even know how it could be removed

IIRC if you create an empty file you get CRC error and the other option is to just run saveenv from u-boot or boot script. From Linux it also should work, but I didn't pay much attention to this yet ...
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