Vim4 Ubuntu 20.04

Hello,
I didn’t find ubuntu 20.04 when I used oowow to install the OS on Vim4. However, I have read on some review blogs that there is a 20.04 version available. So, is there a firmware 20.04 available for me to download and install? After all, the 22.04 version of Ubuntu is too new and my work does not support it at the moment.
Thx.

I didn’t find ubuntu 20.04 when I used oowow to install the OS on Vim4. However, I have read on some review blogs that there is a 20.04 version available.

OOWOW provide images from this location

After all, the 22.04 version of Ubuntu is too new and my work does not support it at the moment.

no problem just need build prev Ubuntu version by FENIX

Hello,
Yes, I found the ubunut 20.04 version. But I cannot install it by using the Aml_USB_Burn_Tool V3.2.0 accroding to the doc.
when i load image, it prompts me with an error of “Check Image Failed!”.
image

If I denied the checking, it prompts me with
image

I noticed that the image here has a different suffix than the others, which I didn’t encounter when I installed the image to vim3 before.

So, How should i do? or maybe pls put these images into oowow?
Thx

all IMAGES.raw.img.xz like this just for dd or OOWOW, and not suitable for amlogic burn tool

So, How should i do? or maybe pls put these images into oowow?
Thx

all fresh & actual images for vim4 always provided via oowow , all process automated by oowow wizard, no need downloads/puts/install it manually

PS: same dont forget update oowow

Hello,
Ok, I have updated the oowow upto the latest ver beta 220516.000. But I didn’t find the ubuntu 20.04 ver in the candidate list. There are only android 11 and ubuntu 22.04. So how should i install ubuntu 20.04 only by oowow? It looks like this tool is a little more convenient.
Thx

i still didn’t understand what your problem ?

all actual images for vim4 there

oowow used this source location

at this moment only 4 images

vim4-android-11-32bit-v220424.raw.img.xz 406 MB 29-Apr-2022 13:18:49
vim4-android-11-64bit-v220601.raw.img.xz 563 MB 02-Jun-2022 03:04:16
vim4-ubuntu-22.04-gnome-linux-5.4-fenix-1.0.11-220607-emmc-develop.raw.img.xz 763 MB 07-Jun-2022 02:55:51
vim4-ubuntu-22.04-server-linux-5.4-fenix-1.0.11-220607-emmc-develop.raw.img.xz 413 MB 07-Jun-2022 01:50:45

how to install ? just start OOWOW and choose any images to install - done

Well, yes, but I want to install vim4-ubuntu-20.04-gnome-***** instead of 22.04… And I found there is it from dl.khadas.com - Index of /.images/

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It has been changed! where is the 20.04 version?
[before]


[now]

So ah… how should I buid Ubuntu 20.04 by Fenix? Is there a documantation pls?

go into your fenix directory

~/project2/fenix $ git pull

after the update if any

~/project2/fenix $ source env/setenv.sh

#6 VIM4
#1 uboot
#1 Ubuntu
#2 focal 20.04
#5 gnome
#1 emmc
Y compress image
Y generate raw

$ make

This assumes you have fenix installed.

I just built VIM4 /20.04/gnome yesterday, have not yet installed it on the VIM4 to test it.

If you have not built anything with it, the first time will take a long time depending on your internet speed.

I also used Krescue on SD to install on the board.

Got it. Let me have a try…

:joy: :joy: I failed to build it because there was not enough storage space.
@hyphop Could you please release an official image of ubuntu 20.04 into the oowow’s list of selections?

We will upload some Ubuntu 20.04 images next week.

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Thank you.

If you don’t mind sharing please tell us what went wrong so myself and others can get better at debugging OS/Kernel issues.

Hello, I saw the update for ubuntu-20.04-sever, is there an update for the gnome version next?

Ubuntu 20.04 desktop still have some issues, and we will more focus on Ubuntu 22.04.

OK, Thank you very much. Anyway the server version is good enough for me to use.

Hello,
When install opencv or build Pangolin, there are some undefined reference error. This seems relevant to the desktop?what should i install or reinstall?

/usr/bin/ld: /lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/libSDL2-2.0.so.0: undefined reference to `wl_egl_window_resize'
/usr/bin/ld: /lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/libSDL2-2.0.so.0: undefined reference to `wl_egl_window_destroy'
/usr/bin/ld: /lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/libSDL2-2.0.so.0: undefined reference to `wl_egl_window_create'
/usr/bin/ld: /lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/libSDL2-2.0.so.0: undefined reference to `wl_egl_window_get_attached_size'

Which system? Ubuntu 20.04 server?

Yes, Ubuntu 20.04 server.