You can’t (this easy). Those images are not on that level. And DKMS support … dream on.
With Armbain distribution, all this is possible, of course … I am not sure DKMS works perfectly well on all kernels yet, but it has good ground and can be fixed once. Armbian came with a much better 8812AU (with support for 8811 and 8814AU variants as well) driver that you are trying to compile. By default. On all kernels where it works …
I am using them, AC speed in a station or AP mode (my daily driver).
Okay, so can you tell me more about it?
I have never created my own image, is there a manual or a ready-made image or can you tell me what I need to get it to run on m2u with the firmware etc?
What is supported and what is not? (I need for example the Sata connector)…
I tried the whole thing but unfortunately I had to say that it didn’t quite work out…
The build process ran without problems (here the finished image: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pmFNpO9E_xkztUfPZt8bpf9BJRJ3gRso)
Unfortunately I had to realize that only one partition was created… The current images here in the wiki contain 2 partitions, I think it finds not the boot process, so it will completely leap the sd card on startup and start my current image from the emmc…
This is not a problem while FAT Windows partition on a Linux system is a problem. Not so much technically but moral. Its a problem of Raspberry Pi and whole industry is copying its “technology”. Including bugs and bad practices. This is unrelated to the problem you might have.
Possible problem is this:
but you won’t be able to catch it without serial console. There are few tricks how to overcome the problem.
My SSD is not recognized… Is there anything that needs to be installed first?
And I have now created an ap (the adapter supports dualband) and wanted 2.4ghz and 5ghz, both are enabled in hostap but I can only reach 5ghz, where is the error?
The ap works very well, but I can’t get the internet from my LTE module, so I set up the ap via armbian config and there “modem is online” is also displayed under LTE… Do I have to build a bridge or how did you solve it?
Nothing. It should work, well, you only need to mount it. Check power, use external powering to make sure.
At once? Not possible. You need to have one for 2.4 and another for 5Ghz. armbian-config way currently supports adding only one adapter anyway. For running more you need to supply hostapd config to hostapd manually
You don’t need bridging. IIRC you need to alter /etc/iptables definitions only …
After hours of trying I still haven’t found a solution for the ssd problem and the route problem
The Dualband Ap now works fine but I can’t get a connection from my LTE module, so wlan there is no internet… (I tested Lte modul, works perfectly it’s somewhere on the routing I think)… I set it up according to this guide but it just doesn’t work for me: https://esther.codes/post-pi_router_story/
I have adapted the iptables shown in the guide accordingly to my interfaces
My LTE interface is = lte0
My wlan interface is = wlx000f0058aa61
I’m getting nowhere… maybe it’s the dns service, what have you done?
To the SSD again… There is enough power in any case, the whole thing is connected via DC and it worked on the 3.10 kernel images… (the ssd is also not displayed on fdisk).
I am travelling ATM and doing this (try this and that and report back) on a theoretical base is usually a waste of time (which I don’t have). I plan to solve this LTE management within armbian-config within a few weeks. I will look other things as well when I am back to office.