[Orange pi Zero]: No eth device
Booting the provided image devuan_jessie_1.0.0_armhf_sunxi.img.xz leaves the device without ethernet. There is no usable driver included in the kernel as far as I can tell. Please refer to the discussion on armbian  for possible reasons.
There are no usable drivers in the kernel provided by Devuan or in general? I guess I could recompile the image with a more recent kernel version and see if a driver is contained in there. Unfortunately I don't have an OrangePi Zero to test it out, so it might be a hit-and-miss.
It seems according to  and  that Linux >=4.15 or <=4.10 is needed for this to work. The kernel hackers wanted to integrate a new driver into dwmac-sun8i but had some problems with it ("unfinished due to unstable DT binding"), that seem to be resolved in 4.15 onwards. There is a patch for 4.11 to enable the old driver "emac" in the discussion I mentioned under .
So the best way is to use Linux 4.15 and thus wait until it's released, or to try to enable the old driver in the current kernel you are using. I would do the testing...
 http://linux-sunxi.org/Linux_mainlining_effort#Merged_into_4.14  https://forum.armbian.com/topic/4186-orange-pi-zero-ethernet-disabled-in-mainline-411/  https://forum.armbian.com/topic/4186-orange-pi-zero-ethernet-disabled-in-mainline-411/?tab=comments#comment-31038
Please reopen if still relative.