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T4, Ubuntu and NVMe SSD disk

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Hallo!

I'm instal last Ubuntu firmware on my NanoPC-T4 - rk3399-eflasher-friendlydesktop-bionic-4.4-arm64-20190625
And can't find instaled SSD disk.
fdisk -l and this topic http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index. ... _Hard_Disk not see nvme0n1 partition.

If I'm install Android I see my SSD, only for me need Ubuntu.

How I can mount my SSD disk?

Thanks!
+1 I am also curious about this. I was previously running the 2018-12-19 release of FriendlyDesktop where Samsung 870 was working fine. I just updated to the 2019-06-25 and now the drive is no longer detected.
braddo wrote:
+1 I am also curious about this. I was previously running the 2018-12-19 release of FriendlyDesktop where Samsung 870 was working fine. I just updated to the 2019-06-25 and now the drive is no longer detected.


I am running Samsung 960 PRO 512GB on T4 without a problem. (latest Armbian Bionic version)
I'm running a Kingston A1000 240 GB with latest Bionic Armbian on my NanoPC-T4 no problems.
I have the "addlink S70 512GB NVMe PCIe Gen3x4" I have only used it on Android v8.1 so far, Not getting very fast speeds only approx 500R/450W when the specs are 3000R/2000W
Tinderbox (UK) wrote:
I have the "addlink S70 512GB NVMe PCIe Gen3x4" I have only used it on Android v8.1 so far, Not getting very fast speeds only approx 500R/450W when the specs are 3000R/2000W


Under Armbian 1200R/1200W with one of the fastest consumer grade SSD on the market at that time.
https://forum.armbian.com/topic/7498-na ... ment=59807

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