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Armbian 22.05 added support to Orange PI, Banana, and other arm devices

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Armbian community has rolled up a new version of Armbian 22.05 after three months of v(22.02). In this release, they have added support to several arm devices like DevTerm A06, Orange Pi R1+ LTS, Orangepi 3 LTS, Radxa Rock 3A, and Zero. Apart from that, they have even made improvements to the Allwinner A20, Allwinner H5, Odroid N2, and Orange Pi Zero.

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Armbian 22.05 release adds support for Orange Pi R1 Plus LTS

  • Armbian 22.05 release adds support for Orange Pi R1 Plus LTS, Radxa Zero & Rock 3A, DevTerm A06

    The latest release of Armbian, version 22.05, is now out with hundreds of Linux kernel and user space-related bug fixes, a focus on stabilizing existing platforms, while still adding four new boards with Orange Pi R1 Plus LTS (RK3328), Radxa Zero (Amlogic S905Y2), Radxa Rock 3A (RK3568), and DevTerm A06 (RK3399).

    The community also added two new maintainers for ESPRESSObin and Radxa Rock Pi 4 (Model A) SBCs which should mean the images for those boards will be tested more regularly and potential issues fixed more quickly. You may want to read the more detailed changelog to see if any changes may impact the board(s) you are using. The new Armbian 22.05 release succeeds Armbian 22.02 outed on February 28, 2022.

Why is this guy not banned yet?

Gagan Mishra from "trendocean" is a thief NOT a journalist! He continues to steal my news articles (it looks like he conducts a daily vendetta against 9to5Linux now) and he clearly doesn't understand what is written there.

The latest example is the Armbian 22.05 release. My article https://9to5linux.com/armbian-22-05-released-with-support-for-orange-pi-r1-lts-radxa-rock-3a-and-zero, his https://trendoceans.com/armbian-22-05-release/. You can immediately see the resemblance in the first paragraphs as he simply takes parts of my writing and pastes them into his. Near-ZERO effort!

This guy clearly doesn't understand the English language. For example, look at the headline... "added support to Orange Pi, Banana" say WHAT? First, there's the "to" grammar issue, then the "Orange Pi" is so general... you need to be specific because only 2 boards are now supported and Armbian already supported numerous other Orange Pi boards, and lastly there's no support for any "Banana" device in this release, just some fixes.

He and others like him make GNU/Linux journalism look bad...

The Web is like that...

DistroWatch picked the announcement like a week later and then some sites jumped on that. I saw about 4 (Phoronix is blacklisted BTW).

In Techrights too we had a ripoffs issue. The Web is like that... I call it "webspam".

Personally, I do not have any

Personally, I do not have any grudge or vendetta against 9to5Linux. It is just a misunderstanding... which I need to clear out.

As a technical writer, we follow multiple news sources, articles, videos, and all to get updates, and your site is also one of them. It doesn't mean someone has taken your piece of work. What would you say if you took a reference from changelog or any other site: "Do you say that is plagiarized?" No, right?

As far as concerned "Orange PI" and "Banana," I did grammar mistakes, which need to be rectified, and I'll make them updated. Thanks for the note! BTW, mistakes can occur unless you are a ROBOT!

Follow multiple news sources?

Follow multiple news sources? Are you kidding me? There's ONLY ONE news source, the official announcement! But you DO NOT understand it, so it's easier for your to COPY paragraphs from other websites!

You clearly DO NOT understand how journalism works! You report the news from the official announcement, NOT from other websites. If you report the FACTS from the official release notes IT'S NOT called plagiarism... it's called NEWS REPORTING! But if you take the writing of another journalist, that's called plagiarism!

I know what I wrote, sometimes I even talk to the developers when something is not clear, so it's easy for me to see my work on another website.

As a suggestion for you, stick to the official announcement in the future (THAT IS THE ONLY SOURCE) if you don't want to be reported for plagiarism!

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