Nice, but the download link for 19.5-Matrix_rc2 takes you to 20.0-Nexus_alpha2 (Stable).
Looks like the script on the server is too smart :
Please use this until it’s fixed:
Why remove the auto color detection? It sounded useful…
Please read the news again…
Oh “reworked”, weird i was sure it said “removed”
Just installed on an old X96 S905x, so far no issues.
安装的版本CoreELEC-Amlogic-ng.arm-19.5-Matrix_rc2-Generic.img.gz，dtb是sc2_s905x4_4g_1gbit.dtb，U盘写入EMMC出错，代码：No CoreELEC installation found on eMMC Install in dual boot mode, CoreELEC and Android on eMMC Use CoreELEC data from  current used SD or USB device  existing backup on current used SD or USB device Install in single boot mode not possible! No DT partition was found Please choose one option? [1/2]: 1 Free space of 'partition CE_FLASH': 512MB mount: mounting /dev/loop1 on /media/CE_STORAGE failed: Invalid argument Error running pclose on cmd: `mount -o rw,loop /dev/loop1 /media/CE_STORAGE`. Error: 255 Error executing cmd 'mount -o rw,loop /dev/loop1 /media/CE_STORAGE' Failed to mount 'CE_STORAGE' partition! Failed to read free space of partition 'CE_STORAGE'! Failed to create new partition table! 求解答怎么处理，谢谢！
ceemmc won’t work on the > Android 11 firmware found on these s905x4 boxes for now, on which the system(super) and storage (userdata) partitions are newer ext4 fs either created from underlying device-mapper or stored directly on these partitions yet not readable for the 4.9 kernel CE is currectly using.
Also, to keep the new partitoon table from being reverted back, ceemmc has to remove the partitions node from dtb so the u-boot won’t “helpfully fix” the partition table, which is also not doable for these S905X4 boxes which must read the partition node in dtb instead of the partitoon table to get the location for several partitions, so removing the node will brick the box…
You could find some other ways to install to internal for these boxes not supported by anyone especially teamCE, but I don’t recommend even trying to install to emmc on S005X4 boxes for now.
As per documentation:
After the upgrade to 19.5-Matrix_rc2 on Odroid-N2 two lines on boot screen:
[INFO] Skipped Optee TEE-Suplicant
[DEPEND] Dependency failed for Amlogic OPTEE Video Firmware Preload Service.
Is it possible to get it rid?
And what does it means?
“Optee TEE-Suplicant” service (
opentee_linuxdriver.service) is skipped since the condition is not met:
And “Amlogic OPTEE Video Firmware Preload Service” (
video-firmware-preload.service) failed to start since it requires
Since these two services are only used for S905X4 for now you can simply disable these services if you’re not using a S905X4 device:
systemctl disable opentee_linuxdriver.service systemctl disable video-firmware-preload.service
Ops… it doesn’t work on my N2:
CoreELEC (official): 19.5-Matrix_rc2 (Amlogic-ng.arm)
MyN2:~ # systemctl disable optee_linuxdriver.service
Failed to disable unit: Unit file optee_linuxdriver.service does not exist.
MyN2:~ # systemctl disable video-firmare-preload.service
Failed to disable unit: Unit file video-firmare-preload.service does not exist.
Sorry I’ve mistyped the service names, they should be
video-firmware-preload.service, I’ve editted my original post
nope, it doesn’t work, I mean: commands executed without any output so probably successfully but after N2 reboot still those two lines are on TV screen.
If you really need to hide messages then mask both services:
systemctl mask opentee_linuxdriver.service systemctl mask video-firmware-preload.service
And looks like we could improve this two scripts to not show anything in any case.
I’m getting HDMI sync issues on my Odroid N2+ with RC2.
As soon as anything is displayed at 2160p (even the UI) my projector will lose signal and resync every ~10 seconds.
I downgraded to RC1 and the issue is gone. Any ideas?