I installed Debian 11 using the Netinst ISO method described in your presentation linked Here on my AML-S905X-CC board. MicroSD (no eMMC Module yet, maybe someday I’ll have some extra pocket money)
In one of the final slides, you recommend updating to a newer kernel with ethernet and media acceleration patches. I tried using that kernel and had many more issues (Such as boot/ethernet issues, Docker and other services failing to start, etc.) and had to go back to the standard kernel installed with debian (5.10.18 or 5.10.19).
However the kernel installed by default doesn’t appear to have certain thermal sensor flags enabled, so I can’t get the board temperature which i want to use for some automations. (I’m using the vanilla debian install to run a home-assistant “supervised” setup that isn’t supported on other flavors)
I wanted to see if you have some pre-compiled kernel packages like the one in the slide, that have perhaps been updated since that date of publication? I saw some test kernels mentioned in your twitter and then saw you posted about Ubuntu running on a newer 6.0+ kernel.
I realize I could potentially compile the kernel myself from the github source, but it’s not a process I’ve completed before so there are a lot of variables down that path.
You can point it to deb.libre.computer and get the kernels but Raspbian even advertises itself as Debian so there is no difference between Raspbian and Debian images. It should look like a stock Debian 11 ARM64 install to HA.