ArmbianTV (Debian\Ubuntu) for the Allwinner D1 platform.
To start the system, download the image, unpack it, burn it to an SD card, insert it into the device and turn on the power. The first time you start the Primary Settings wizard opens, so you need to connect either an HDMI and keyboard, or a UART console, or a LAN connection (USB-LAN). details about the system can be seen in this topic.
Link to download images.
To run Alt Linux - download the image, unpack, write to the SD card download the loader file and immediately after recording the image, write the loader file to the SD card.
All ArmbianTV images use a single structure\settings\package composition, this allows all users of different platforms to have a single (familiar) system, so I don’t see much practical benefit from disabling these services specifically for D1. For those who know exactly the purpose of these services (programs), it will not be difficult to turn them off/remove them yourself (and not only these services, but also any other turn them off /on for specific conditions).
Literally all of them from 23.0 and kernel 6.5.0
Only imges on 22.08 and kernel 5.19 works for me and apparently for (at least one user the only one replying on the telegram chat it is the same issue too).
Even the ubuntu oficial server image for this board doesnt boot up.
Edit: Adding to this since we are running old versions of armbian… the sudos apt updates are running into issues due to expired keys or something … idk how to fix it… but… yeah older versions seems to run fine.
Upon speaking to him he mentions that this is the log and up till today all the images that follow have the same issue so basically none boots up via hdmi. Board turns green but no output to the display monitor.
I’ve tried image Armbian_23.06_Nezha_sid_edge_6.5.0.img.xz from Oleg’s link (RISC-V — Яндекс Диск), basically image works with MangoPi-MQ-Pro, except seems this is headless configuration, no HDMI detected and no output to HDMI happens. Can’t upload files here, see them at Telegram: Contact @mangopi_sbc
and also tried Armbian_23.06_Nezha_sid_current_6.1.0_xfce_desktop.img.xz. This image provide output to HDMI, support WiFi, so we are able to run Linux graphical desktop on MangoPi-MQ-Pro (not that fast, but it is single core 1 GHz CPU with 1 Gb memory)