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That was my thinking too. But the problem I had, is that whilst I get a blinking green LED... and having tried Armbian and FriendlyDesktop I get no HDMI output though it looks like it has booted.
So, once you have started booting from eMMC there is no way to boot from SD card?
Sorry, my fault. I forgot to say I have an M4. Thanks again.
I was booting Armbian off the eMMC but I want to now boot off SD card. How do I change the boot device? I put an SD card in with bootable OS but with just an SD card in, the NanoPi just flashes the green LED.

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I've tried the following combinations: eMMC => eMMC Adapter => MicroSD to SD Adapter => USB Adapter eMMC => eMMC Adapter => MicroSD to SD Adapter Tried different SD adapters but still the same problem whereby Windows doesn't see the eMMC whatsoever, or, sees the drive is there but intermittently kee...
Thanks for this. Are there any plans to provide Lubuntu/Ubuntu support for the CAM1320/OV13850. This would provide a lot more flexibility and open up options to purchase more M4 devices and cameras if this is the case?

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Evening all I'm assessing all the different hardware supported by MotionEye (and MotionEyeOS). Raspberry Pi 3 just isn't powerful enough for 6 cameras running on 1080p@30fps+. Hell, it can't even do one! So, hopefully the T4 will help. Does anyone have an opinion on whether this kit would be good fo...
Evening all I'm assessing all the different hardware supported by MotionEye (and MotionEyeOS). Raspberry Pi 3 just isn't powerful enough for 6 cameras running on 1080p@30fps+. Hell, it can't even do one! So, hopefully the T4 will help. Does anyone have an opinion on whether this kit would be good fo...