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DietPi for Kirkwood (armv5tel) devices

Posted by michelnas 
DietPi for Kirkwood (armv5tel) devices
October 12, 2018 03:50PM
Hi gents, bodhi,

due to your excellent descriptions I (as a Linux noob) was able to set up Debian on my NSA310.
It works excellent! :-)
With my little experience on Raspberrys I was able to install DietPi on that devices. That worked great!
As the colleagues of the DietPi project mentioned that only a clean Debian is required to install DietPi, I gave it a try by executing this script by following their instructions: PREP_SYSTEM_FOR_DIETPI.sh
Unfortunately the script aborted with the statement that DietPi can't be installed on armv5tel devices.

Therefore I brought up an issue on their github: Issue 2134

MichaIng, one of the major contributors did give an answer that I can completely understand in terms of supporting "outdated" hardware.

My opinion is, that "old" hardware must be used as long as possible! If there are good and up-to-date solutions to use them, they must be adopted instead of throwing the hardware away.

Maybe somebody of this group is interested and has the resources to assist the guys from DietPi to enable the DietPi project for Kirkwood devices.

Re: DietPi for Kirkwood (armv5tel) devices
October 12, 2018 06:45PM
Hi Michael,

DietPi seems like a good project! Looks like whatever they have can be ported to ARMV5tel.

Unfortunately, at the moment, I don't have any time to help to make that happens.

Forum Wiki
bodhi's corner
Re: DietPi for Kirkwood (armv5tel) devices
October 15, 2018 02:06PM
seeing as how i cant get to my hardware to play - ill have a quick look and see if i cant get it started at least
Re: DietPi for Kirkwood (armv5tel) devices
October 15, 2018 02:13PM
Below is there script - props to original author(s)

	# Optimize current Debian installation and prep for DietPi installation.
	# - Currently running Debian (ideally minimal, eg: Raspbian Lite-ish =)) )
	# - Active eth0 connection
	# Dev notes:
	# Following items must be exported at all times, throughout this script, else, additional scripts launched will trigger incorrect results.
	# - G_HW_ARCH

	#Use Fourdee master branch, if unset
	echo "Git branch: $GIT_OWNER/$GIT_BRANCH"

	# Critical checks and pre-reqs, with exit, prior to initial run of script
	#Exit path for non-root logins
	if (( $UID )); then

		echo -e 'Error: Root privileges required, please run the script with "sudo"\nIn case install the "sudo" package with root privileges:\n\t# apt-get install -y sudo\n'
		exit 1


	#Work inside /tmp as usually ramfs to reduce disk I/O and speed up download and unpacking
	mkdir -p /tmp/DietPi-PREP
	cd /tmp/DietPi-PREP

	#Check/install minimal APT Pre-Reqs

		'wget' # Download DietPi-Globals...
		'ca-certificates' # ...via HTTPS
		'locales' # Allow ensuring en_GB.UTF-8
		'whiptail' # G_WHIP...
		'ncurses-bin' # ...using tput


	# - Meveric special: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1285#issuecomment-355759321
	rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/deb-multimedia.list &> /dev/null

	# - APT force IPv4
	echo 'Acquire::ForceIPv4 "true";' > /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/99-dietpi-force-ipv4

	apt-get clean
	apt-get update
	for (( i=0; i<${#a_MIN_APT_PREREQS[@]}; i++))

		if ! dpkg-query -s ${a_MIN_APT_PREREQS[$i]} &> /dev/null; then

			apt-get install -y ${a_MIN_APT_PREREQS[$i]}
			if (( $? )); then

				echo -e "Error: Unable to install ${a_MIN_APT_PREREQS[$i]}, please try to install it manually:\n\t# apt-get install -y ${a_MIN_APT_PREREQS[$i]}"
				exit 1





	#Setup locale
	# - Remove exisiting settings that will break dpkg-reconfigure
	> /etc/environment
	rm /etc/default/locale &> /dev/null

	# - NB: DEV, any changes here must be also rolled into function '/DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-set_software locale', for future script use
	echo 'en_GB.UTF-8 UTF-8' > /etc/locale.gen
	dpkg-reconfigure -f noninteractive locales
	# - dpkg-reconfigure includes:
	#	- "locale-gen": Generate locale(s) based on "/etc/locale.gen" or interactive selection.
	#	- "update-locale": Add $LANG to "/etc/default/locale" based on generated locale(s) or interactive default language selection.
	if (( $? )); then

		echo -e 'Error: Locale generation failed. Aborting...\n'
		exit 1


	# - Update /etc/default/locales with new values (not effective until next load of bash session, eg: logout/in)
	update-locale LANG=en_GB.UTF-8
	update-locale LC_CTYPE=en_GB.UTF-8
	update-locale LC_TIME=en_GB.UTF-8
	update-locale LC_ALL=en_GB.UTF-8

	# - Force en_GB Locale for rest of script. Prevents incorrect parsing with non-english locales.
	export LC_ALL=en_GB.UTF-8
	export LANG=en_GB.UTF-8

	#Download DietPi-Globals
	# - NB: We'll have to manually handle errors, until DietPi-Globals are sucessfully loaded.

	# - Wget prefer IPv4
	if grep -q '^[[:blank:]]*prefer-family[[:blank:]]*=' /etc/wgetrc; then

		sed -i '/^[[:blank:]]*prefer-family[[:blank:]]*=/c\prefer-family = IPv4' /etc/wgetrc

	elif grep -q '^[[:blank:]#;]*prefer-family[[:blank:]]*=' /etc/wgetrc; then

		sed -i '/^[[:blank:]#;]*prefer-family[[:blank:]]*=/c\prefer-family = IPv4' /etc/wgetrc


		echo 'prefer-family = IPv4' >> /etc/wgetrc


	wget "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/$GIT_OWNER/DietPi/$GIT_BRANCH/dietpi/func/dietpi-globals";
	if (( $? )); then

		echo -e 'Error: Unable to download dietpi-globals. Aborting...\n'
		exit 1


	# - Load
	. ./dietpi-globals
	if (( $? )); then

		echo -e 'Error: Unable to load dietpi-globals. Aborting...\n'
		exit 1

	# Go back to tmp working dir, as loading global includes cd $HOME:
	cd /tmp/DietPi-PREP
	rm dietpi-globals

	export G_PROGRAM_NAME='DietPi-PREP'
	export HIERARCHY=0
	export G_DISTRO=0 # Export to dietpi-globals
	export G_DISTRO_NAME='NULL' # Export to dietpi-globals
	if grep -q 'wheezy' /etc/os-release; then


	elif grep -q 'jessie' /etc/os-release; then


	elif grep -q 'stretch' /etc/os-release; then


	elif grep -q 'buster' /etc/os-release; then



		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 1 'Unknown or unsupported distribution version. Aborting...\n'
		exit 1


	#G_HW_MODEL # init from dietpi-globals
	#G_HW_ARCH_DESCRIPTION # init from dietpi-globals
	G_HW_ARCH_DESCRIPTION="$(uname -m)"
	if [[ $G_HW_ARCH_DESCRIPTION == 'armv6l' ]]; then

		export G_HW_ARCH=1

	elif [[ $G_HW_ARCH_DESCRIPTION == 'armv7l' ]]; then

		export G_HW_ARCH=2

	elif [[ $G_HW_ARCH_DESCRIPTION == 'aarch64' ]]; then

		export G_HW_ARCH=3

	elif [[ $G_HW_ARCH_DESCRIPTION == 'x86_64' ]]; then

		export G_HW_ARCH=10


		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 1 "Error: Unknown or unsupported CPU architecture \"$G_HW_ARCH_DESCRIPTION\". Aborting...\n"
		exit 1


	#WiFi install flag

	#Image creator flags

	#Setup step, current (used in info)

	#URL connection test var holder


		echo ''
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 0 "Step $SETUP_STEP: Detecting existing DietPi system:"
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
		if systemctl is-active dietpi-ramdisk | grep -qi '^active'; then

			G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'DietPi system found, running pre-prep'

			# - Stop services
			/DietPi/dietpi/dietpi-services stop

			[[ -f /etc/systemd/system/dietpi-ramlog ]] && G_RUN_CMD systemctl stop dietpi-ramlog
			G_RUN_CMD systemctl stop dietpi-ramdisk

			# - Delete any previous existing data
			rm -R /DietPi/*
			rm -R /boot/dietpi

			rm -R /mnt/dietpi-backup &> /dev/null
			rm -R /mnt/dietpi-sync &> /dev/null
			rm -R /mnt/dietpi_userdata &> /dev/null

			rm -R /etc/dietpi &> /dev/null # Pre v160
			rm -R /var/lib/dietpi &> /dev/null
			rm -R /var/tmp/dietpi &> /dev/null

			rm /root/DietPi-Automation.log &> /dev/null
			rm /boot/Automation_Format_My_Usb_Drive &> /dev/null


			G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Non-DietPi system'


		echo ''
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 0 "Step $SETUP_STEP: Initial prep to allow this script to function:"
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
		#Recreate dietpi logs dir, used by G_AGx
		G_RUN_CMD mkdir -p /var/tmp/dietpi/logs

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Installing core packages, required for next stage of this script:'

		G_AGI apt-transport-https unzip

		echo ''
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 0 "Step $SETUP_STEP (inputs): Image info / Hardware / WiFi / Distro:"
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'

		#Image creator
		while true

			G_WHIP_INPUTBOX 'Please enter your name. This will be used to identify the image creator within credits banner.\n\nYou can add your contanct information as well for end users.\n\nNB: An entry is required.'
			if (( ! $? )) && [[ $G_WHIP_RETURNED_VALUE ]]; then


					'daniel knight'
					'dan knight'


				for (( i=0; i<${#aDISALLOWED_NAMES[@]}; i++))

					if [[ ${G_WHIP_RETURNED_VALUE,,} == *"${aDISALLOWED_NAMES[$i]}"* ]]; then





				if (( $DISALLOWED_NAME )); then

					G_WHIP_MSG "\"$G_WHIP_RETURNED_VALUE\" is reserved and cannot be used. Please try again."






		#Pre-image used/name
		while true

			G_WHIP_INPUTBOX 'Please enter the name or URL of the pre-image you installed on this system, prior to running this script. This will be used to identify the pre-image credits.\n\nEG: Debian, Raspbian Lite, Meveric, FriendlyARM, or "forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f=ABC&t=XYZ" etc.\n\nNB: An entry is required.'
			if (( ! $? )) && [[ $G_WHIP_RETURNED_VALUE ]]; then




		#Hardware selection

			'' '●─ Other '
			'22' 'Generic device (unknown to DietPi)'
			'' '●─ SBC─(Core devices) '
			'10' 'Odroid C1'
			'12' 'Odroid C2'
			'14' 'Odroid N1'
			'13' 'Odroid U3'
			'11' 'Odroid XU3/4/HC1/HC2'
			'0' 'Raspberry Pi (All models)'
			# '1' 'Raspberry Pi 1/Zero (512mb)'
			# '2' 'Raspberry Pi 2'
			# '3' 'Raspberry Pi 3/3+'
			'' '●─ PC '
			'21' 'x86_64 Native PC'
			'20' 'x86_64 VMware/VirtualBox'
			'' '●─ SBC─(Limited support devices) '
			'52' 'Asus Tinker Board'
			'53' 'BananaPi (sinovoip)'
			'51' 'BananaPi Pro (Lemaker)'
			'50' 'BananaPi M2+ (sinovoip)'
			'71' 'Beagle Bone Black'
			'69' 'Firefly RK3399'
			'39' 'LeMaker Guitar'
			'68' 'NanoPC T4'
			'67' 'NanoPi K1 Plus'
			'66' 'NanoPi M1 Plus'
			'65' 'NanoPi NEO 2'
			'64' 'NanoPi NEO Air'
			'63' 'NanoPi M1/T1'
			'62' 'NanoPi M3/T3/F3'
			'61' 'NanoPi M2/T2'
			'60' 'NanoPi Neo'
			'38' 'OrangePi PC 2'
			'37' 'OrangePi Prime'
			'36' 'OrangePi Win'
			'35' 'OrangePi Zero Plus 2 (H3/H5)'
			'34' 'OrangePi Plus'
			'33' 'OrangePi Lite'
			'32' 'OrangePi Zero (H2+)'
			'31' 'OrangePi One'
			'30' 'OrangePi PC'
			'41' 'OrangePi PC Plus'
			'40' 'Pine A64'
			'43' 'Rock64'
			'42' 'RockPro64'
			'70' 'Sparky SBC'


		G_WHIP_MENU 'Please select the current device this is being installed on:\n - NB: Select "Generic device" if not listed.\n - "Core devices": Are fully supported by DietPi, offering full GPU + Kodi support.\n - "Limited support devices": No GPU support, supported limited to DietPi specific issues only (eg: excludes Kernel/GPU/VPU related items).'
		if (( $? )) || [[ -z $G_WHIP_RETURNED_VALUE ]]; then

			G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 1 'No choices detected. Aborting...'
			exit 0


		# + Export to future scripts

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 "Setting G_HW_MODEL index of: $G_HW_MODEL"

		echo "$G_HW_MODEL" > /etc/.dietpi_hw_model_identifier

		#WiFi selection
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'WiFi selection'


			'0' "I don't require WiFi, do not install."
			'1' 'I require WiFi functionality, keep/install related packages.'


		G_WHIP_MENU 'Please select an option:'
		if (( ! $? && $G_WHIP_RETURNED_VALUE == 1 )); then

			G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Marking WiFi as needed'


		#Distro Selection

			'3' 'Jessie (oldstable, just if you need to avoid upgrade to current release)'
			'4' 'Stretch (current stable release, recommended)'
			'5' 'Buster (testing only, not officially supported)'


		# - Enable/list available options based on criteria
		#	NB: Whiptail use 2 array indexs per whip displayed entry.
		for ((i=0; i<$(( ${#DISTRO_LIST_ARRAY[@]} / 2 )); i++))
			temp_distro_index=$(( $i + 3 ))

			# - Disable downgrades
			if (( $temp_distro_index < $G_DISTRO )); then

				G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 "Disabled Distro downgrade: index $temp_distro_index"


			# - Enable option
			if (( $temp_distro_available )); then

				G_WHIP_MENU_ARRAY+=( "${DISTRO_LIST_ARRAY[$(( $i * 2 ))]}" "${DISTRO_LIST_ARRAY[$(( ($i * 2) + 1 ))]}" )



		#delete []

		if [[ -z ${G_WHIP_MENU_ARRAY+x} ]]; then

			G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 1 'Error: No available Distros for this system. Aborting...'
			exit 1


		G_WHIP_MENU "Please select a distro to install on this system. Selecting a distro that is older than the current installed on system, is not supported.\n\nCurrently installed:\n - $G_DISTRO $G_DISTRO_NAME"
		if (( $? )) || [[ -z $G_WHIP_RETURNED_VALUE ]]; then

			G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 1 'No choices detected. Aborting...'
			exit 0


		if (( $DISTRO_TARGET == 3 )); then


		elif (( $DISTRO_TARGET == 4 )); then


		elif (( $DISTRO_TARGET == 5 )); then



		echo ''
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 0 "Step $SETUP_STEP: Downloading and installing DietPi sourcecode:"
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'

		G_RUN_CMD wget "$INTERNET_ADDRESS" -O package.zip

		[[ -d DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH ]] && l_message='Cleaning previously extracted files' G_RUN_CMD rm -R "DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH"
		l_message='Extracting DietPi sourcecode' G_RUN_CMD unzip -o package.zip
		rm package.zip

		l_message='Creating /boot' G_RUN_CMD mkdir -p /boot

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Moving kernel and boot configuration to /boot'

		G_RUN_CMD mv "DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH/dietpi.txt" /boot/

		# - HW specific config.txt, boot.ini uEnv.txt
		if (( $G_HW_MODEL < 10 )); then

			G_RUN_CMD mv "DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH/config.txt" /boot/

		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 10 )); then

			G_RUN_CMD mv "DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH/boot_c1.ini" /boot/boot.ini

		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 11 )); then

			G_RUN_CMD mv "DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH/boot_xu4.ini" /boot/boot.ini

		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 12 )); then

			G_RUN_CMD mv "DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH/boot_c2.ini" /boot/boot.ini


		G_RUN_CMD mv "DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH/README.md" /boot/
		#G_RUN_CMD mv "DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH/CHANGELOG.txt" /boot/

		# - Remove server_version / patch_file (downloads fresh from dietpi-update)
		rm "DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH/dietpi/patch_file"
		rm DietPi-"$GIT_BRANCH"/dietpi/server_version*

		l_message='Move DietPi core to /boot/dietpi' G_RUN_CMD mv "DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH/dietpi" /boot/

		l_message='Copy rootfs files in place' G_RUN_CMD cp -Rf DietPi-"$GIT_BRANCH"/rootfs/. /

		l_message='Clean download location' G_RUN_CMD rm -R "DietPi-$GIT_BRANCH"

		l_message='Set execute permissions for DietPi scripts' G_RUN_CMD chmod -R +x /boot/dietpi /etc/cron.*/dietpi /var/lib/dietpi/services

		G_RUN_CMD systemctl daemon-reload
		G_RUN_CMD systemctl enable dietpi-ramdisk

		# - Mount tmpfs
		G_RUN_CMD mkdir -p /DietPi
		G_RUN_CMD mount -t tmpfs -o size=20m tmpfs /DietPi
		l_message='Starting DietPi-RAMDISK' G_RUN_CMD systemctl start dietpi-ramdisk

		echo ''
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 0 "Step $SETUP_STEP: APT configuration:"
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Removing conflicting /etc/apt/sources.list.d entries'
		#	NB: Apt sources will get overwritten during 1st run, via boot script and dietpi.txt entry

		#rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/* &> /dev/null #Probably a bad idea
		#rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/deb-multimedia.list &> /dev/null #meveric, already done above
		rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openmediavault.list &> /dev/null #https://dietpi.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=2772&p=10646#p10594


		# - We need to temp export target DISTRO vars, then revert them to current, after setting sources.list

		G_RUN_CMD /DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-set_software apt-mirror 'default'


		# - Meveric, update repo to use our EU mirror: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1519#issuecomment-368234302
		sed -i 's@https://oph.mdrjr.net/meveric@http://fuzon.co.uk/meveric@'; /etc/apt/sources.list.d/meveric* &> /dev/null


		G_RUN_CMD apt-get clean


		# - @MichaIng https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/pull/1266/files
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Marking all packages as auto installed first, to allow effective autoremove afterwards'

		G_RUN_CMD apt-mark auto $(apt-mark showmanual)

		# - @MichaIng https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/pull/1266/files
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Disable automatic recommends/suggests installation and allow them to be autoremoved:'

		#	Remove any existing apt recommends settings
		rm /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/*recommends* &> /dev/null

		export G_ERROR_HANDLER_COMMAND='/etc/apt/apt.conf.d/99-dietpi-norecommends'
APT::Install-Recommends "false";
APT::Install-Suggests "false";
APT::AutoRemove::RecommendsImportant "false";
APT::AutoRemove::SuggestsImportant "false";

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Forcing use of modified package configs'

		export G_ERROR_HANDLER_COMMAND='/etc/apt/apt.conf.d/99-dietpi-forceconf'
Dpkg::options {

		# - DietPi list of minimal required packages, which must be installed:

			'apt-transport-https'	# Allows HTTPS sources for ATP
			'apt-utils'		# Allows "debconf" to pre-configure APT packages for non-interactive install
			'bash-completion'	# Auto completes a wide list of bash commands and options via <tab>
			'bc'			# Bash calculator, e.g. for floating point calculation
			'bzip2'			# (.tar).bz2 wrapper
			'ca-certificates'	# Adds known ca-certificates, necessary to practically access HTTPS sources
			'console-setup'		# DietPi-Config keyboard configuration + console fonts
			'cron'			# Background job scheduler
			'curl'			# Web address testing, downloading, uploading etc.
			'debconf'		# APT package pre-configuration, e.g. "debconf-set-selections" for non-interactive install
			'dirmngr'		# GNU key management required for some APT installs via additional repos
			'ethtool'		# Ethernet link checking
			'fake-hwclock'		# Hardware clock emulation, to allow correct timestamps during boot before network time sync
			'gnupg'			# apt-key add
			'htop'			# System monitor
			'iputils-ping'		# ping command
			'isc-dhcp-client'	# DHCP client
			'kmod'			# "modprobe", "lsmod", required by several DietPi scripts
			'locales'		# Support locales, necessary for DietPi scripts, as we use enGB.UTF8 as default language
			'nano'			# Simple text editor
			'p7zip-full'		# .7z wrapper
			'parted'		# Needed by DietPi-Boot + DietPi-Drive_Manager
			'psmisc'		# "killall", needed by many DietPi scripts
			'resolvconf'		# Network nameserver handler + depandant for "ifupdown" (network interface handler) => "iproute2" ("ip" command)
			'sudo'			# Root permission wrapper for users within /etc/sudoers(.d/)
			'systemd-sysv'		# Includes systemd and additional commands: poweroff, shutdown etc.
			'tzdata'		# Time zone data for system clock, auto summer/winter time adjustment
			'udev'			# /dev/ and hotplug management daemon
			'unzip'			# .zip unpacker
			'usbutils'		# "lsusb", needed by DietPi-Software + DietPi-Bugreport
			'wget'			# Download tool
			'whiptail'		# DietPi dialogs


		if (( $WIFI_REQUIRED )); then

			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('crda')			# WiFi related
			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('firmware-atheros')	# WiFi dongle firmware
			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('firmware-brcm80211')	# WiFi dongle firmware
			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('firmware-iwlwifi')	# Intel WiFi dongle/PCI-e firwmare
			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('iw')			# WiFi related
			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('rfkill')	 		# WiFi related: Used by some onboard WiFi chipsets
			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('wireless-tools')		# WiFi related
			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('wpasupplicant')		# WiFi WPA(2) support

			# Intel/Nvidia/WiFi (ralink) dongle firmware: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1675#issuecomment-377806609
			# On Jessie, firmware-misc-nonfree is not available, firmware-ralink instead as dedicated package.
			if (( $G_DISTRO < 4 )); then






		# - G_DISTRO specific required packages:
		if (( $G_DISTRO < 4 )); then

			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('dropbear')		# DietPi default SSH-Client


			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('dropbear-run')		# DietPi default SSH-Client (excluding initramfs integration, available since Stretch)


		# - G_HW_MODEL specific required repo key packages: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1285#issuecomment-358301273
		if (( $G_HW_MODEL >= 10 )); then

			G_AGI debian-archive-keyring
			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('initramfs-tools')		# RAM file system initialization, required for generic boot loader, but not required/used by RPi bootloader


			G_AGI raspbian-archive-keyring


		# - G_HW_MODEL specific required packages:
		#	VM: No network firmware necessary and hard drive power management stays at host system.
		if (( $G_HW_MODEL != 20 )); then

			G_AGI firmware-realtek					# Eth/WiFi/BT dongle firmware
			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('dosfstools')		# DietPi-Drive_Manager + fat (boot) drive file system check and creation tools
			aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL+=('hdparm')			# Drive power management adjustments


		# - Kernel required packages
		# - G_HW_ARCH specific required Kernel packages
		#	As these are kernel, firmware or bootloader packages, we need to install them directly to allow autoremove of in case older kernel packages:
		#	https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1285#issuecomment-354602594
		#	x86_64
		if (( $G_HW_ARCH == 10 )); then

			G_AGI linux-image-amd64 os-prober

			# Usually no firmware should be necessary for VMs. If user manually passes though some USB device, he might need to install the firmware then.
			(( $G_HW_MODEL != 20 )) && G_AGI firmware-linux-nonfree

			#	Grub EFI
			if dpkg-query -s 'grub-efi-amd64' &> /dev/null ||
				[[ -d '/boot/efi' ]]; then

				G_AGI grub-efi-amd64

			#	Grub BIOS

				G_AGI grub-pc


		# - G_HW_MODEL specific required Kernel packages
		#	RPi
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL < 10 )); then

			apt-mark unhold libraspberrypi-bin libraspberrypi0 raspberrypi-bootloader raspberrypi-kernel raspberrypi-sys-mods raspi-copies-and-fills
			rm -R /lib/modules/*
			G_AGI libraspberrypi-bin libraspberrypi0 raspberrypi-bootloader raspberrypi-kernel raspberrypi-sys-mods
			G_AGI --reinstall libraspberrypi-bin libraspberrypi0 raspberrypi-bootloader raspberrypi-kernel
			# Buster systemd-udevd doesn't support the current raspi-copies-and-fills: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1286
			(( $DISTRO_TARGET < 5 )) && G_AGI raspi-copies-and-fills

		#	Odroid N1
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 14 )); then

			G_AGI linux-image-arm64-odroid-n1
			#G_AGI libdrm-rockchip1 #Not currently on meveric's repo

		#	Odroid C2
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 12 )); then

			G_AGI linux-image-arm64-odroid-c2

		#	Odroid XU3/4/HC1/HC2
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 11 )); then

			#G_AGI linux-image-4.9-armhf-odroid-xu3
			G_AGI $(dpkg --get-selections | grep '^linux-image' | awk '{print $1}')
			dpkg --get-selections | grep -q '^linux-image' || G_AGI linux-image-4.14-armhf-odroid-xu4

		#	Odroid C1
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 10 )); then

			G_AGI linux-image-armhf-odroid-c1

		#	RockPro64
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 42 )); then

			G_AGI linux-rockpro64 gdisk

		#	Rock64
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 43 )); then

			G_AGI linux-rock64 gdisk

		#	BBB
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 71 )); then

			G_AGI device-tree-compiler #Kern

		# - Auto detect kernel/firmware package

			AUTO_DETECT_KERN_PKG=$(dpkg --get-selections | grep '^linux-image' | awk '{print $1}')
			if [[ $AUTO_DETECT_KERN_PKG ]]; then

				# - Install kern package if it exists in cache, else, mark manual #: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1651#issuecomment-376974917
				if [[ $(apt-cache search ^$AUTO_DETECT_KERN_PKG) ]]; then



					apt-mark manual $AUTO_DETECT_KERN_PKG



				G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Unable to find kernel packages for installation. Assuming non-APT/.deb kernel installation.'


			#ARMbian/others DTB
			AUTO_DETECT_DTB_PKG=$(dpkg --get-selections | grep '^linux-dtb-' | awk '{print $1}')
			if [[ $AUTO_DETECT_DTB_PKG ]]; then




		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Generating list of minimal packages, required for DietPi installation'

		for ((i=0; i<${#aPACKAGES_REQUIRED_INSTALL[@]}; i++))

			#	One line INSTALL_PACKAGES so we can use it later.


		# - delete[]

		l_message='Marking required packages as manually installed' G_RUN_CMD apt-mark manual $INSTALL_PACKAGES

		# Purging additional packages, that (in some cases) do not get autoremoved:
		# - dhcpcd5: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1560#issuecomment-370136642
		# - dbus: Not needed for headless images, but sometimes marked as "important", thus not autoremoved.
		G_AGP dbus dhcpcd5


		echo ''
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 0 "Step $SETUP_STEP: APT installations:"
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'


		# - Distro is now target (for APT purposes and G_AGX support due to installed binary, its here, instead of after G_AGUP)

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Installing core DietPi pre-req APT packages'



		# Reenable HTTPS for deb.debian.org, if system was dist-upgraded to Stretch+
		if (( $G_DISTRO > 3 && $G_HW_MODEL > 9 )); then

			sed -i 's/http:/https:/g' /etc/apt/sources.list


		echo ''
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 0 "Step $SETUP_STEP: Prep system for DietPi ENV:"
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Deleting list of known users, not required by DietPi'

		userdel -f pi &> /dev/null
		userdel -f test &> /dev/null #@fourdee
		userdel -f odroid &> /dev/null
		userdel -f rock64 &> /dev/null
		userdel -f linaro &> /dev/null #ASUS TB
		userdel -f dietpi &> /dev/null #recreated below
		userdel -f debian &> /dev/null #BBB

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Removing misc files/folders/services, not required by DietPi'

		rm -R /home &> /dev/null
		rm -R /media &> /dev/null
		rm -R /selinux &> /dev/null

		# - www
		rm -R /var/www/* &> /dev/null

		# - sourcecode (linux-headers etc)
		rm -R /usr/src/* &> /dev/null

		# - root
		rm -R /root/.cache/* &> /dev/null
		rm -R /root/.local/* &> /dev/null
		rm -R /root/.config/* &> /dev/null

		# - documentation folders
		rm -R /usr/share/man &> /dev/null
		rm -R /usr/share/doc &> /dev/null
		rm -R /usr/share/doc-base &> /dev/null
		rm -R /usr/share/calendar &> /dev/null

		# - Previous debconfs
		rm /var/cache/debconf/*-old &> /dev/null

		# - Fonts
		rm -R /usr/share/fonts/* &> /dev/null
		rm -R /usr/share/icons/* &> /dev/null

		rm /etc/init.d/resize2fs &> /dev/null
		rm /etc/update-motd.d/* &> /dev/null # ARMbian

		systemctl disable firstrun  &> /dev/null
		rm /etc/init.d/firstrun  &> /dev/null # ARMbian

		# - Disable ARMbian's log2ram: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/781
		systemctl disable log2ram &> /dev/null
		systemctl stop log2ram &> /dev/null
		rm /usr/local/sbin/log2ram &> /dev/null
		rm /etc/systemd/system/log2ram.service &> /dev/null
		systemctl daemon-reload &> /dev/null
		rm /etc/cron.hourly/log2ram &> /dev/null

		# - Meveric specific
		rm /etc/init.d/cpu_governor &> /dev/null
		rm /etc/systemd/system/cpu_governor.service &> /dev/null
		rm /usr/local/sbin/setup-odroid &> /dev/null

		# - Disable ARMbian's resize service (not automatically removed by ARMbian scripts...)
		systemctl disable resize2fs &> /dev/null
		rm /etc/systemd/system/resize2fs.service &> /dev/null

		# - ARMbian-config
		rm /etc/profile.d/check_first_login_reboot.sh &> /dev/null

		# - RPi specific https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1631#issuecomment-373965406
		rm /etc/profile.d/wifi-country.sh &> /dev/null

		# - make_nas_processes_faster cron job on Rock64 + NanoPi + Pine64(?) images
		rm /etc/cron.d/make_nas_processes_faster &> /dev/null

		# Bash Profiles

		# - Pre v6.9 cleaning:
		sed -i '/\/DietPi/d' /root/.bashrc
		sed -i '/\/DietPi/d' /home/dietpi/.bashrc &> /dev/null
		rm /etc/profile.d/99-dietpi* &> /dev/null

		# - Enable /etc/bashrc.d/ support for custom interactive non-login shell scripts:
		G_CONFIG_INJECT '.*/etc/bashrc\.d/.*' 'for i in /etc/bashrc\.d/\*\.sh; do \[ -r "\$i" \] \&\& \. \$i; done' /etc/bash.bashrc

		# - Enable bash-completion for non-login shells:
		#	- NB: It is called twice on login shells then, but breaks directly if called already once.
		ln -sf /etc/profile.d/bash_completion.sh /etc/bashrc.d/dietpi-bash_completion.sh


		l_message='Creating DietPi User Account' G_RUN_CMD /DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-set_software useradd dietpi

		#UID bit for sudo
		# - https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/794

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring Sudo UID bit'

		chmod 4755 $(which sudo)


		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring DietPi Directories'

		# - /var/lib/dietpi : Core storage for installed non-standard APT software, outside of /mnt/dietpi_userdata
		#mkdir -p /var/lib/dietpi
		mkdir -p /var/lib/dietpi/postboot.d
		chown dietpi:dietpi /var/lib/dietpi
		chmod 660 /var/lib/dietpi

		#	Storage locations for program specifc additional data
		mkdir -p /var/lib/dietpi/dietpi-autostart
		mkdir -p /var/lib/dietpi/dietpi-config
		mkdir -p /var/tmp/dietpi/logs/dietpi-ramlog_store

		#mkdir -p /var/lib/dietpi/dietpi-software
		mkdir -p /var/lib/dietpi/dietpi-software/installed		#Additional storage for installed apps, eg: custom scripts and data

		# - /var/tmp/dietpi : Temp storage saved during reboots, eg: logs outside of /var/log
		mkdir -p /var/tmp/dietpi/logs
		chown dietpi:dietpi /var/tmp/dietpi
		chmod 660 /var/tmp/dietpi

		# - /DietPi RAMdisk
		mkdir -p /DietPi
		chown dietpi:dietpi /DietPi
		chmod 660 /DietPi

		# - /mnt/dietpi_userdata : DietPi userdata
		mkdir -p "$G_FP_DIETPI_USERDATA"
		chown dietpi:dietpi "$G_FP_DIETPI_USERDATA"
		chmod -R 775 "$G_FP_DIETPI_USERDATA"

		# - Networked drives
		mkdir -p /mnt/samba
		mkdir -p /mnt/ftp_client
		mkdir -p /mnt/nfs_client


		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring DietPi Services:'

		G_RUN_CMD systemctl enable dietpi-ramlog
		G_RUN_CMD systemctl enable dietpi-boot
		G_RUN_CMD systemctl enable dietpi-preboot
		G_RUN_CMD systemctl enable dietpi-postboot
		G_RUN_CMD systemctl enable kill-ssh-user-sessions-before-network

		#Cron Jobs

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 "Configuring Cron"

		cat << _EOF_ > /etc/crontab
#Please use dietpi-cron to change cron start times

# m h dom mon dow user  command
#*/0 * * * *   root    cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.minutely
17 *    * * *   root    cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.hourly
25 1    * * *   root    test -x /usr/sbin/anacron || ( cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.daily )
47 1    * * 7   root    test -x /usr/sbin/anacron || ( cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.weekly )
52 1    1 * *   root    test -x /usr/sbin/anacron || ( cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.monthly )


		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring: prefer wlan/eth naming for networked devices:'

		# - Prefer to use wlan/eth naming for networked devices (eg: stretch)
		ln -sf /dev/null /etc/systemd/network/99-default.link

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Add dietpi.com SSH pub host key for DietPi-Survey and -Bugreport upload:'
		mkdir -p /root/.ssh
		>> /root/.ssh/known_hosts
		G_CONFIG_INJECT 'dietpi.com ' 'dietpi.com ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQDE6aw3r6aOEqendNu376iiCHr9tGBIWPgfrLkzjXjEsHGyVSUFNnZt6pftrDeK7UX\+qX4FxOwQlugG4fymOHbimRCFiv6cf7VpYg1Ednquq9TLb7/cIIbX8a6AuRmX4fjdGuqwmBq3OG7ZksFcYEFKt5U4mAJIaL8hXiM2iXjgY02LqiQY/QWATsHI4ie9ZOnwrQE\+Rr6mASN1BVFuIgyHIbwX54jsFSnZ/7CdBMkuAd9B8JkxppWVYpYIFHE9oWNfjh/epdK8yv9Oo6r0w5Rb\+4qaAc5g\+RAaknHeV6Gp75d2lxBdCm5XknKKbGma2\+/DfoE8WZTSgzXrYcRlStYN' /root/.ssh/known_hosts
		G_CONFIG_INJECT ' ' ' ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQDE6aw3r6aOEqendNu376iiCHr9tGBIWPgfrLkzjXjEsHGyVSUFNnZt6pftrDeK7UX\+qX4FxOwQlugG4fymOHbimRCFiv6cf7VpYg1Ednquq9TLb7/cIIbX8a6AuRmX4fjdGuqwmBq3OG7ZksFcYEFKt5U4mAJIaL8hXiM2iXjgY02LqiQY/QWATsHI4ie9ZOnwrQE\+Rr6mASN1BVFuIgyHIbwX54jsFSnZ/7CdBMkuAd9B8JkxppWVYpYIFHE9oWNfjh/epdK8yv9Oo6r0w5Rb\+4qaAc5g\+RAaknHeV6Gp75d2lxBdCm5XknKKbGma2\+/DfoE8WZTSgzXrYcRlStYN' /root/.ssh/known_hosts


		if (( $G_DISTRO > 3 )); then

			G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Disabling apt-daily services to prevent random APT cache lock:'

			systemctl disable apt-daily.service &> /dev/null
			systemctl disable apt-daily.timer &> /dev/null
			systemctl disable apt-daily-upgrade.service &> /dev/null
			systemctl disable apt-daily-upgrade.timer &> /dev/null
			systemctl mask apt-daily.service &> /dev/null
			systemctl mask apt-daily.timer &> /dev/null
			systemctl mask apt-daily-upgrade.service &> /dev/null
			systemctl mask apt-daily-upgrade.timer &> /dev/null


		local info_use_drive_manager='can be installed and setup by DietPi-Drive_Manager.\nSimply run: dietpi-drive_manager and select Add Network Drive'
		echo -e "Samba client: $info_use_drive_manager" > /mnt/samba/readme.txt
		echo -e "NFS client: $info_use_drive_manager" > /mnt/nfs_client/readme.txt

		l_message='Generating DietPi /etc/fstab' G_RUN_CMD /DietPi/dietpi/dietpi-drive_manager 4
		# Restart DietPi-RAMdisk, as 'dietpi-drive_manager 4' remounts /DietPi.
		G_RUN_CMD systemctl restart dietpi-ramdisk

		# Recreate and navigate to "/tmp/DietPi-PREP" working directory
		mkdir -p /tmp/DietPi-PREP
		cd /tmp/DietPi-PREP

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Deleting all log files /var/log'

		/DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-logclear 2 &> /dev/null # As this will report missing vars, however, its fine, does not break functionality.

		l_message='Starting DietPi-RAMlog service' G_RUN_CMD systemctl start dietpi-ramlog.service

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Updating DietPi HW_INFO'


		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring Network:'

		rm -R /etc/network/interfaces &> /dev/null # armbian symlink for bulky network-manager

		G_RUN_CMD cp /DietPi/dietpi/conf/network_interfaces /etc/network/interfaces

		# - Remove all predefined eth*/wlan* adapter rules
		rm /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules &> /dev/null
		rm /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistant-net.rules &> /dev/null

		#	Add pre-up lines for wifi on OrangePi Zero
		if (( $G_HW_MODEL == 32 )); then

			sed -i '/iface wlan0 inet dhcp/apre-up modprobe xradio_wlan\npre-up iwconfig wlan0 power on' /etc/network/interfaces

		#	ASUS TB WiFi: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1760
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 52 )); then

			G_CONFIG_INJECT '^8723bs' '8723bs' /etc/modules


		#	Fix rare WiFi interface start issue: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/2074
		sed -i '\|^[[:blank:]]ifconfig "$IFACE" up$|c\\t/sbin/ip link set dev "$IFACE" up' /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wireless-tools &> /dev/null

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Tweaking DHCP timeout:'

		# - Reduce DHCP request retry count and timeouts: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/711
		G_CONFIG_INJECT 'timeout[[:blank:]]' 'timeout 10;' /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf
		G_CONFIG_INJECT 'retry[[:blank:]]' 'retry 4;' /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring hosts:'

		export G_ERROR_HANDLER_COMMAND='/etc/hosts'
		cat << _EOF_ > $G_ERROR_HANDLER_COMMAND    localhost    DietPi
::1          localhost ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
ff02::1      ip6-allnodes
ff02::2      ip6-allrouters

		echo 'DietPi' > /etc/hostname

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring htop'

		mkdir -p /root/.config/htop
		cp /DietPi/dietpi/conf/htoprc /root/.config/htop/htoprc

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring fake-hwclock:'

		# - allow times in the past
		G_CONFIG_INJECT 'FORCE=' 'FORCE=force' /etc/default/fake-hwclock

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring serial console:'

		/DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-set_hardware serialconsole enable
		# - Disable for post-1st run setup:
		sed -i '/^[[:blank:]]*CONFIG_SERIAL_CONSOLE_ENABLE=/c\CONFIG_SERIAL_CONSOLE_ENABLE=0' /DietPi/dietpi.txt
		# - must be enabled for the following:
		#	XU4: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/2038#issuecomment-416089875
		#	RockPro64: Fails to boot into kernel without serial enabled
		if (( $G_HW_MODEL == 11 || $G_HW_MODEL == 42 )); then

			sed -i '/^[[:blank:]]*CONFIG_SERIAL_CONSOLE_ENABLE=/c\CONFIG_SERIAL_CONSOLE_ENABLE=1' /DietPi/dietpi.txt


		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Reducing getty count and resource usage:'

		systemctl mask getty-static
		# - logind features disabled by default. Usually not needed and all features besides auto getty creation are not available without libpam-systemd package.
		#	- It will be unmasked/enabled, automatically if libpam-systemd got installed during dietpi-software install, usually with desktops.
		systemctl stop systemd-logind &> /dev/null
		systemctl disable systemd-logind &> /dev/null
		systemctl mask systemd-logind

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring regional settings (TZdata):'

		rm /etc/timezone &> /dev/null
		rm /etc/localtime
		ln -fs /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/London /etc/localtime
		G_RUN_CMD dpkg-reconfigure -f noninteractive tzdata

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring regional settings (Keyboard):'

		dpkg-reconfigure -f noninteractive keyboard-configuration #Keyboard must be plugged in for this to work!

		#G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 "Configuring regional settings (Locale):"

		#Runs at start of script

		#G_HW_ARCH specific
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Applying G_HW_ARCH specific tweaks:'

		if (( $G_HW_ARCH == 10 )); then

			# - i386 APT support
			dpkg --add-architecture i386

			# - Disable nouveau: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1244 // https://dietpi.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=2462&p=9688#p9688
			cat << _EOF_ > /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-nouveau.conf
blacklist nouveau
blacklist lbm-nouveau
options nouveau modeset=0
alias nouveau off
alias lbm-nouveau off
			echo 'options nouveau modeset=0' > /etc/modprobe.d/nouveau-kms.conf
			update-initramfs -u


		#G_HW_MODEL specific
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Appling G_HW_MODEL specific tweaks:'

		if (( $G_HW_MODEL != 20 )); then

			G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring hdparm:'

			sed -i '/#DietPi/,$d' /etc/hdparm.conf #Prevent dupes
			export G_ERROR_HANDLER_COMMAND='/etc/hdparm.conf'

#DietPi external USB drive. Power management settings.
/dev/sda {
		#10 mins
		spindown_time = 120

		apm = 127


		# - ARMbian OPi Zero 2: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/876#issuecomment-294350580
		if (( $G_HW_MODEL == 35 )); then

			echo 'blacklist bmp085' > /etc/modprobe.d/bmp085.conf

		# - Sparky SBC ONLY:
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 70 )); then

			# 	Install latest kernel
			wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sparky-sbc/sparky-test/master/dragon_fly_check/uImage -O /boot/uImage
			wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sparky-sbc/sparky-test/master/dragon_fly_check/3.10.38.bz2 -O package.tar
			tar xvf package.tar -C /lib/modules/
			rm package.tar

			#	patches
			G_RUN_CMD wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sparky-sbc/sparky-test/master/dsd-marantz/snd-usb-audio.ko -O /lib/modules/3.10.38/kernel/sound/usb/snd-usb-audio.ko
			G_RUN_CMD wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sparky-sbc/sparky-test/master/dsd-marantz/snd-usbmidi-lib.ko -O /lib/modules/3.10.38/kernel/sound/usb/snd-usbmidi-lib.ko

			cat << _EOF_ > /DietPi/uEnv.txt
uenvcmd=setenv os_type linux;
bootargs=earlyprintk clk_ignore_unused selinux=0 scandelay console=tty0 loglevel=1 real_rootflag=rw root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 rootwait init=/lib/systemd/systemd aotg.urb_fix=1 aotg.aotg1_speed=0

			cp /DietPi/uEnv.txt /boot/uenv.txt #temp solution

			#	Blacklist GPU and touch screen modules: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/699#issuecomment-271362441
			cat << _EOF_ > /etc/modprobe.d/disable_sparkysbc_touchscreen.conf
blacklist owl_camera
blacklist gsensor_stk8313
blacklist ctp_ft5x06
blacklist ctp_gsl3680
blacklist gsensor_bma222
blacklist gsensor_mir3da

			cat << _EOF_ > /etc/modprobe.d/disable_sparkysbc_gpu.conf
blacklist pvrsrvkm
blacklist drm
blacklist videobuf2_vmalloc
blacklist bc_example

			#Sparky SBC, WiFi rtl8812au driver: https://github.com/sparky-sbc/sparky-test/tree/master/rtl8812au
			G_RUN_CMD wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/sparky-sbc/sparky-test/master/rtl8812au/rtl8812au_sparky.tar
			mkdir -p rtl8812au_sparky
			tar -xvf rtl8812au_sparky.tar -C rtl8812au_sparky
			chmod +x -R rtl8812au_sparky
			cd rtl8812au_sparky
			G_RUN_CMD ./install.sh
			cd ..
			rm -R rtl8812au_sparky*

			#	Use performance gov for stability.
			sed -i '/^[[:blank:]]*CONFIG_CPU_GOVERNOR=/c\CONFIG_CPU_GOVERNOR=performance' /DietPi/dietpi.txt

		# - RPI:
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL < 10 )); then

			# - Scroll lock fix for RPi by Midwan: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/474#issuecomment-243215674
			cat << _EOF_ > /etc/udev/rules.d/50-leds.rules
ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="leds", ENV{DEVPATH}=="*/input*::scrolllock", ATTR{trigger}="kbd-scrollock"

		# - PINE64 (and possibily others): Cursor fix for FB
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL == 40 )); then

			mkdir -p /etc/bashrc.d
			cat << _EOF_ > /etc/bashrc.d/dietpi-pine64-cursorfix.sh

# DietPi: Cursor fix for FB
infocmp > terminfo.txt
sed -i -e 's/?0c/?112c/g' -e 's/?8c/?48;0;64c/g' terminfo.txt
tic terminfo.txt
tput cnorm

			# - Ensure WiFi module pre-exists
			G_CONFIG_INJECT '8723bs' '8723bs' /etc/modules

		# - Odroids FFMPEG fix. Prefer debian.org over Meveric for backports: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1273 + https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/1556#issuecomment-369463910
		elif (( $G_HW_MODEL > 9 && $G_HW_MODEL < 15 )); then

			rm /etc/apt/preferences.d/meveric*
			cat << _EOF_ > /etc/apt/preferences.d/backports
Package: *
Pin: release a=jessie-backports
Pin: origin "fuzon.co.uk"
Pin-Priority: 99

Package: *
Pin: release a=jessie-backports
Pin: origin "oph.mdrjr.net"
Pin-Priority: 99


		# - ARMbian increase console verbose
		sed -i '/verbosity=/c\verbosity=7' /boot/armbianEnv.txt &> /dev/null

		echo ''
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 0 "Step $SETUP_STEP: Finalise system for first run of DietPi:"
		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 '-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'

		l_message='Enable Dropbear autostart' G_RUN_CMD sed -i '/NO_START=1/c\NO_START=0' /etc/default/dropbear

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Configuring Services'

		/DietPi/dietpi/dietpi-services stop
		/DietPi/dietpi/dietpi-services dietpi_controlled

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Running general cleanup of misc files'

		# - Remove Bash History file
		rm ~/.bash_history &> /dev/null

		# - Nano histroy file
		rm ~/.nano_history &> /dev/null

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Removing swapfile from image'

		/DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-set_dphys-swapfile 0 /var/swap
		rm /var/swap &> /dev/null # still exists on some images...

		# - re-enable for next run

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Resetting boot.ini, config.txt, cmdline.txt etc'

		# - PineA64 - delete ethaddr from uEnv.txt file
		if (( $G_HW_MODEL == 40 )); then

			sed -i '/^ethaddr/ d' /boot/uEnv.txt


		# - Set Pi cmdline.txt back to normal
		[[ -f /boot/cmdline.txt ]] && sed -i 's/ rootdelay=10//g' /boot/cmdline.txt

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Generating default wpa_supplicant.conf'

		/DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-set_hardware wificreds set
		#	move to /boot/ so users can modify as needed for automated
		G_RUN_CMD mv /var/lib/dietpi/dietpi-wifi.db /boot/dietpi-wifi.txt

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Disabling generic BT by default'

		/DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-set_hardware bluetooth disable

		# - Set WiFi
		local tmp_info='Disabling'
		local tmp_mode='disable'
		if (( $WIFI_REQUIRED )); then



		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 "$tmp_info onboard WiFi modules by default"
		/DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-set_hardware wifimodules onboard_$tmp_mode

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 "$tmp_info generic WiFi by default"
		/DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-set_hardware wifimodules $tmp_mode

		#	x86_64: kernel cmd line with GRUB
		if (( $G_HW_ARCH == 10 )); then

			l_message='Detecting additional OS installed on system' G_RUN_CMD os-prober

			# - Native PC/EFI (assume x86_64 only possible)
			if dpkg-query -s 'grub-efi-amd64' &> /dev/null &&
				[[ -d '/boot/efi' ]]; then

				l_message='Recreating GRUB-EFI' G_RUN_CMD grub-install --target=x86_64-efi --efi-directory=/boot/efi --bootloader-id=arch_grub --recheck


			# - Finalize GRUB
			if [[ -f '/etc/default/grub' ]]; then

				G_CONFIG_INJECT 'GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=' 'GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=\"consoleblank=0 quiet\"' /etc/default/grub
				G_CONFIG_INJECT 'GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX=' 'GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX=\"net\.ifnames=0\"' /etc/default/grub
				G_CONFIG_INJECT 'GRUB_TIMEOUT=' 'GRUB_TIMEOUT=3' /etc/default/grub
				l_message='Finalizing GRUB' G_RUN_CMD update-grub



		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Disabling soundcards by default'

		/DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-set_hardware soundcard none
		#	Alsa-utils is auto installed to reset soundcard settings on some ARM devices. uninstall it afterwards
		#	- The same for firmware-intel-sound (sound over HDMI?) on intel CPU devices
		#	- Purge "os-prober" from previous step as well
		G_AGP alsa-utils firmware-intel-sound os-prober

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Setting default CPU gov'


		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Clearing log files'

		/DietPi/dietpi/func/dietpi-logclear 2

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Deleting DietPi-RAMlog storage'

		rm -R /var/tmp/dietpi/logs/dietpi-ramlog_store/* &> /dev/null

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Resetting DietPi generated globals/files'

		rm /DietPi/dietpi/.??*

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Setting DietPi-Autostart to console'

		echo 0 > /DietPi/dietpi/.dietpi-autostart_index

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Creating our update file (used on 1st run to check for DietPi updates)'

		echo -1 > /DietPi/dietpi/.update_stage

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Set Init .install_stage to -1 (first boot)'

		echo -1 > /DietPi/dietpi/.install_stage

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Writing PREP information to file'

		cat << _EOF_ > /DietPi/dietpi/.prep_info

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Clearing APT cache'

		G_RUN_CMD apt-get clean
		rm -R /var/lib/apt/lists/* -vf 2> /dev/null #lists cache: remove partial folder also, automatically gets regenerated on G_AGUP
		#rm /var/lib/dpkg/info/* #issue...
		#dpkg: warning: files list file for package 'libdbus-1-3:armhf' missing; assuming      package has no files currently installed

		# - HW Specific
		#	RPi remove saved G_HW_MODEL , allowing obtain-hw_model to auto detect RPi model
		if (( $G_HW_MODEL < 10 )); then

			rm /etc/.dietpi_hw_model_identifier


		# - BBB remove fsexpansion: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/931#issuecomment-345451529
		if (( $G_HW_MODEL == 71 )); then

			rm /etc/systemd/system/dietpi-fs_partition_resize.service
			rm /var/lib/dietpi/services/fs_partition_resize.sh
			systemctl daemon-reload


			l_message='Enabling dietpi-fs_partition_resize for first boot' G_RUN_CMD systemctl enable dietpi-fs_partition_resize


		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Storing DietPi version ID'

		G_RUN_CMD wget "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/$GIT_OWNER/DietPi/$GIT_BRANCH/dietpi/.version"; -O /DietPi/dietpi/.version

		#	reduce sub_version by 1, allows us to create image, prior to release and patch if needed.
		export G_DIETPI_VERSION_CORE=$(sed -n 1p /DietPi/dietpi/.version)
		export G_DIETPI_VERSION_SUB=$(sed -n 2p /DietPi/dietpi/.version)
		cat << _EOF_ > /DietPi/dietpi/.version

		G_RUN_CMD cp /DietPi/dietpi/.version /var/lib/dietpi/.dietpi_image_version

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Sync changes to disk. Please wait, this may take some time...'

		G_RUN_CMD systemctl stop dietpi-ramlog
		G_RUN_CMD systemctl stop dietpi-ramdisk

		# - Clear tmp files
		rm -R /tmp/* &> /dev/null
		rm /var/tmp/dietpi/logs/* &> /dev/null


		# - Remove PREP script
		rm /root/PREP_SYSTEM_FOR_DIETPI.sh &> /dev/null

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 "The used kernel version is: $(uname -r)"
		kernel_apt_packages="$(dpkg --get-selections | grep '^linux-image-[0-9]')"
		if [[ $kernel_apt_packages ]]; then

			G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'The following kernel APT packages have been found, please purge the outdated ones:'
			echo "$kernel_apt_packages"


		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Please delete outdated non-APT kernel modules:'
		ls -lh /lib/modules

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 2 'Please check and delete all non-required folders in /root/.*:'
		ls -lha /root

		G_DIETPI-NOTIFY 0 'Completed, disk can now be saved to .img for later use, or, reboot system to start first run of DietPi:'

		#Power off system

		#Read image

		#Resize rootfs parition to mininum size +50MB




Re: DietPi for Kirkwood (armv5tel) devices
October 15, 2018 02:51PM
Question : what is your requirement to use DietPi specifically, from a quick read through of the script, there doesnt seem to be that much different from what bodhi provides to what DietPi provides

if the requirement is just to have these packages installed and to start the services that it can easily be done by a single command line. i could provide that very easily for you.

apt-transport-https	# Allows HTTPS sources for ATP
apt-utils			# Allows "debconf" to pre-configure APT packages for non-interactive install
bash-completion	# Auto completes a wide list of bash commands and options via <tab>
bc				# Bash calculator, e.g. for floating point calculation
bzip2			# (.tar).bz2 wrapper
ca-certificates		# Adds known ca-certificates, necessary to practically access HTTPS sources
console-setup		# DietPi-Config keyboard configuration + console fonts
cron				# Background job scheduler
curl				# Web address testing, downloading, uploading etc.
debconf			# APT package pre-configuration, e.g. "debconf-set-selections" for non-interactive install
dirmngr			# GNU key management required for some APT installs via additional repos
ethtool			# Ethernet link checking
fake-hwclock		# Hardware clock emulation, to allow correct timestamps during boot before network time sync
gnupg			# apt-key add
htop				# System monitor
iputils-ping		# ping command
isc-dhcp-client		# DHCP client
kmod			# "modprobe", "lsmod", required by several DietPi scripts
locales			# Support locales, necessary for DietPi scripts, as we use enGB.UTF8 as default language
nano			# Simple text editor
p7zip-full			# .7z wrapper
parted			# Needed by DietPi-Boot + DietPi-Drive_Manager
psmisc			# "killall", needed by many DietPi scripts
resolvconf		# Network nameserver handler + depandant for "ifupdown" (network interface handler) => "iproute2" ("ip" command)
sudo			# Root permission wrapper for users within /etc/sudoers(.d/)
systemd-sysv		# Includes systemd and additional commands: poweroff, shutdown etc.
tzdata			# Time zone data for system clock, auto summer/winter time adjustment
udev			# /dev/ and hotplug management daemon
unzip			# .zip unpacker
usbutils			# "lsusb", needed by DietPi-Software + DietPi-Bugreport
wget			# Download tool
whiptail			# DietPi dialogs
crda				# WiFi related
firmware-atheros	# WiFi dongle firmware
firmware-brcm80211	# WiFi dongle firmware
firmware-iwlwifi	# Intel WiFi dongle/PCI-e firwmare
iw					# WiFi related
rfkill	 			# WiFi related: Used by some onboard WiFi chipsets
wireless-tools		# WiFi related
wpasupplicant		# WiFi WPA(2) support
dropbear			# DietPi default SSH-Client
dropbear-run		# DietPi default SSH-Client (excluding initramfs integration, available since Stretch)
initramfs-tools		# RAM file system initialization, required for generic boot loader, but not required/used by RPi bootloader
firmware-realtek	# Eth/WiFi/BT dongle firmware

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/15/2018 03:06PM by Gravelrash.
Re: DietPi for Kirkwood (armv5tel) devices
March 12, 2019 12:39PM
I just started playing with DietPi on my 3B and it's pretty slick. Flashes to a MicroSD very quickly, lets you install all kind of thing easily. But I'd imagine getting the base DietPi to install is one thing, but getting the other services/apps installers to be compatible with the armel devices would be next to impossible. One example is Pihole. DietPi includes an installer for that, but as I understand the binary for PiHole won't run on armel without being built from source. The DietPi installer would have to be entirely rewritten to do that.
Re: DietPi for Kirkwood (armv5tel) devices
March 13, 2019 10:29AM
cdlenfert Wrote:
> but getting the other services/apps installers to be compatible with the armel devices would be next to impossible. <

Nothing is impossible, just needs workarounds to get sorted - given that the commonality between the devices is debian then i dont see much of an issue if any, unless you like gui then thats a whole different kettle of fish

> One example is Pihole. DietPi includes an installer for that, but as I understand the binary for PiHole won't run on armel without being built from source. <

see here for instructions

> The DietPi installer would have to be entirely rewritten to do that. <

Nothing stopping anyone of us from doing that, are you able and with enough free time to do it?

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