Posts by rem1

    Yes, I did.


    After the upgrade I'm on kernel 4.14.98-v7+, but still no success.



    And the networks must be in range, since the pi is ~1m far from my router (as it is wired at the moment).


    Edit: I've tried installing directly on the mentioned 32GB Sandisk Class10/A1 and results are exactly same. Still no wifi + kernel 4.14.34-v7+ (after letting it "finish installation" for 3 hours).
    It only goes higher after apt upgrade. But letting it finish installation always ends on 4.14.34-v7+.

    Isn't the nmcli device wifi list supposed to list available wifi networks?



    BTW: your SD card is really slow, I would replace it with an A1 rated one.

    Yes, I'm currently using old 4GB/class4 Kingston solely to install, update and backup - so my image is as small as possible.
    Once done, I will transfer (restore) the image to 32GB Sandisk Class10 / A1

    Hello @tkaiser,


    thanks for your awesome work and support.


    I flashed new card, let it run for good 90minutes on wired connection.
    When issuing the command, I got warning that file (and I don't remember it's name anymore) is in use, probably by another process.
    So I waited ~10mins and reran the command sucessfully.
    After it has downloaded, it was installing for ~10 minutes. Then apt upgrade took another ~10minutes.


    I rebooted and nmtui-connect still doesn't report any wifi networks.


    Wlan0 seems to be there:

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    root@raspberrypi:~# nmcli device
    DEVICE TYPE STATE CONNECTION
    enxb827eba8ed93 ethernet connected Wired connection 1
    wlan0 wifi disconnected --
    lo loopback unmanaged --


    It doesn't detect any wifi though:

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    root@raspberrypi:~# nmcli device wifi list
    * SSID MODE CHAN RATE SIGNAL BARS SECURITY


    Just out of curiosity checked the log file, in which firstrun writes and the last line says:

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    ### [firstrun] Skipped swapfile creation since zram is available


    The firstrun job is already disabled. (systemctl status firstrun)


    Any ideas?

    Hi All,


    I'm trying to configure wifi on new OMV4 install on my raspberry pi 3B (non-plus) version.


    Before you say so, I know rpi3b is not the best sbc out there (actually one of the worst).
    The pi has been laying on the shelf for good 2 years before I decided to use it at least as lightweight nas - torrent box specifically.


    I followed steps listed here very carefully.


    • I flashed SD card using etcher.
    • Connected Ethernet, put SD in rpi, powered up
    • waited ~1 hour before rpi rebooted sucesfully

    The install is working but I cannot get the wifi to work.
    I ignored all the outdated advices out there and followed nmtui-connect instruction.


    It doesn't work, unfortunatelly.
    When I issue nmtui-connect all I see is only Wired Connection 1, no signs of wireless connections (I'm sure, networks are in range, as I can see and connect to them, when using pure raspbian).


    Please can you help me to configure wifi?
    I'm using official 5.1V/2.5A power adaptor, trying to connect via onboard wifi.


    I'm running:

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    Welcome to ARMBIAN 5.46 experimental Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch) 4.14.34-v7+

    Edit: this might be completely unrelated, but may be not.
    During boot I'm getting: [FAILED] Failed to start Realtek H5 bluetooth support.