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    Station P1 RK3399 - Linux OS Images

    Here are some of the Linux OS's currently working.
    I thought it would be a good idea to put everything together in a single thread so it's easier to find.


    Manjaro Linux KDE

    Download link: Here



    Download the image
    Use Etcher to flash to an SD card
    Insert the SD card in the Station P1.
    (Note: You need to erase the EMMC, or remove the EMMC module.)


    Slackware Linux OS

    Download link: Here



    Installation on an SD-Card
    Unpack the IMAGE file and record by running the following on the SD card
    ( /dev/mmcblk0 = your sd card device ):
    dd if=slarm64-current-*-base-rootfs-*-build-*.img of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=1M
    or
    zstdcat slarm64-current-*-base-rootfs-*-build-*.img.zst > /dev/mmcblk0
    to transfer a system with the SD to eMMC, you need to boot from the start and run the script:
    setup.sh

    SLARM - Legacy 4.4 Kernel
    slarm64-current-aarch64-base-station_m1-4.4.249-build-20210105.img.zst
    slarm64-current-aarch64-base-station_m1-4.4.249-build-20210105.img.zst.sha256
    slarm64-current-aarch64-xfce-station_m1-4.4.249-build-20210105.img.zst
    slarm64-current-aarch64-xfce-station_m1-4.4.249-build-20210105.img.zst.sha256


    Armbian



    Download link: Here

    There are 2 different images

    Debian - Buster Desktop
    Ubuntu - Focal Desktop


    LibreELEC



    Download link: Here
    (Use the roc-pc image)


    NextCloud




    Instructions Here

    UOS




    Download link: Here
    Code: fog0


    FreeBSD



    Download link: Here
    Code: 1234
    Other link: Here
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    If your micro-sd card isn't booting after erasing the emmc(or removing it), try this

    If using Linux on your PC
    run 'sudo lsblk' or
    sudo lsblk -o NAME,FSTYPE,SIZE,MOUNTPOINT,LABEL
    for more detailed info on your drives

    Find your micro-sd card drive name.
    It should be /dev/sdb, /dev/sdc usually since your internal hard-drive is /dev/sda
    If you have a 64GB micro-sd card, look for the drive with 64GB size.


    Then run
    sudo wipefs /dev/sdb (replacing /dev/sdb with your micro-sd card drive name)It will show your partition table.
    Then run 'sudo wipefs /dev/sdb -a'
    to wipe the partition tables so the micro-sd has no booting info.

    Then use Etcher to write a Linux image to your micro-sd card.
    Last edited by mo123; 01-07-2021, 07:53.

    #2
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      #3
      Good afternoon, tell me how to log in to iOS. When you log in, what is your passport? I installed it from your link for Station P1.

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        #4
        New LibreELEC OS for Station P1

        - New color theme
        - Improved UI speed
        - Added whitelist settings automatically
        - Add RetroArch game emulators
        Play games like gba, n64, nds, nes, snes, PS1 etc.
        Use an Xbox or other USB, bluetooth gamepad
        Remember to set hotkey for the main menu in input so you can go back to RetroArch if exiting a game.
        - Based on new LibreELEC Github code.

        Download Link: https://mega.nz/file/l6YwhByS#b0psb3...DnnMCsxBtvwkL4

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