NVMe Boot ROC-RK3399-PC

Is it possible to put the Ubuntu distributions shared by Libre on NVMe somehow? Also it appears that for some reason after running the apt updates I generally have issues out of the Ubuntu installs after that on the SD card.

I wish there were a few more options for OS here as well. Either a standard Debian install (or how-to) and/or an Arch Linux (or derivative like Manjaro/Endeavour/etc.)

You have to be more specific than that.

Raspbian Lite currently is 99% Debian. We are still working on the Debian release due to Debian missing a rootfs.

Our build servers run off NVMe on ROC-RK3399-PC. You can use the USB boot guide.

Anytime I do an apt-update upgrade it seems to fail to boot after a reboot. I also do not know how to use the USB boot to install onto NVMe.

Is there a guide for that already?

Also it was mentioned in another thread that u-boot 2023.01 will bring many changes for these boards. Is there any progress on that?

Please update to the latest firmware: https://boot.libre.computer/ci/roc-rk3399-pc-spiflash

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