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  2. Hello! I have three Libre Computer Tritium H5 boards and three eMMC modules on hands. All three eMMC modules is flashed with exactly same Armbian image and exactly same uboot. I also use exactly same PSU and cable for all three boards (however I reproduced this issue with four PSU and three microUSB cables, no difference in behavior was found). All three boards start just fine from microSD (so it's not exactly "Your board doesn't work?" case). One board never boot from eMMC on first power up, but almost always boot on second power up. That reproducible with all
  3. Today
  4. @ArkhanLK ad Jock already said is not a problem of the soc per se , but netflix and other need DRM and this must be enabled in some way as libreelec already did. I am very but very happy that you found this little black box usefull, I use plenty of those for the most wide purposes
  5. @ArkhanLK Glad you're finding the box useful and thanks for reporting! Netflix and friends usually have other issues related to Digital Rights Management, but never really dig into. I know that on LibreELEC you need to download the Widevine plugin. @jaum20 It should be already enabled, but honestly I never checked the coaxial SPDIF output. Will check right now edit: just checked on mainline kernel and it is working fine up to 192khz! Maybe you need to tell pulseaudio to use SPDIF (IEC958) from the speaker icon in the upper right corner
  6. It is possible to enable S/PDIF digital audio output?
  7. Hi everyone, I'm doing really well on the board I have! I am sure this is a really capable board! So far I have: . Played emulator games and some old/retro games such as quake 1, 2, and doom; . Web-browesed on Firefox to almost any website (netflix doesn't work, some issues with google meet as well); . Edited photos and pdf with gimp, libreoffice draw, kolourpaint... Flawlessly!; . Draw 2d cad with librecad and will be testing leocad soon!; . When videos work, like in YouTube or twitch, I can watch them decent at 480p, very decent at 360p; . Watched 1
  8. You are trying to execute a block device as a command which obviously does not work. The device is mounted as your root directory / So Try code { font-family: Consolas,"courier new"; color: crimson; background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2); padding: 2px; font-size: 105%; } ncdu -x /
  9. You can use the code { font-family: Consolas,"courier new"; color: crimson; background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2); padding: 2px; font-size: 105%; } armbian-config tool. Check System -> Other
  10. Just to add to this I am able to locate the emmc drive through df command but i um unable to access it.. please see below Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on udev 1901936 0 1901936 0% /dev tmpfs 395612 7400 388212 2% /run /dev/mmcblk2p1 14843200 13393004 1268104 92% / tmpfs 1978044 0 1978044 0% /dev/shm tmpfs 5120 0 5120 0% /run/lock tmpfs 1978044 0 1978044 0% /sys/fs/cgroup tmpfs
  11. Apologies -- how do I do that? I am well versed in Linux, but not familiar with Armbian.
  12. Thank you for your suggestion for that have installed ut and tried running it using ncdu -e ncdu -x however cant find anything apart from system files is there any other commands that i should try.
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  14. Hello friends, I am convinced that playing videos from a browser is disappointing, it plays with poor resolution and is very slow, my query is, how to install SMTUBE, an application to play YouTube videos, please can you tell me the steps ... many Thanks in advance.
  15. @Dragao - dying emmc is something which happens from time to time with tv boxes - i had it on an amlogic box and i think @jock and @fabiobassa can sing a song about this topic too ... i think tv boxes are sometimes assembled from very low quality components to push prices down ...
  16. @Dragaomaybe this is the problem with eMMc failure in those boxes, mentioned by @jock in the very first post in this thread. You can still use it as a device booted from sd or usb
  17. I'll report back once I see the issue resolved. I think a couple days was the maximum time without losing the NICs.
  18. I did the procedures using multitool.img and couldn't find eMMC, so I tried to enter maskrom mode and change the linux-armbian image. My machine is Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS, I believe that I have not properly installed rkdeveloptool and upgrade_tool or even has an old version including multitool.img. What official repository are you using on github or gitlab? Where can I download updated versions of this project to try again to switch to linux-armbian?
  19. Hi, I use the "hexdump" u-boot-sunxi-with-spl-h6-noname.bin file and the balbe's 150 Armbian_20.10_Arm-64_bullseye_current_5.9.0_desktop.img.xz image with my H6 tvbox and all works fine. I use the sun50i-h6-tanix-tx6.dtb. The wifi, hdmi video and sound are working but the amount of ram memory is only 3gb (2gb + 1gb for the swap). My box have a 4gb ram ?!! But the Armbian_21.05.0-trunk_Aw-h6-tv_focal_current_5.10.27_xfce_desktop.img.xz don't works. I try to compile the u-boot and the spl.bin file don't works. What options do i choose for this compilation ? I have choos
  20. I'm very rusty in electronics, but it should be easier than you might image, as long most SBC expose PWM pins. What you need is a NPN transistor (or even better a logic-level mosfet) and a resistor. The PWM pin controls the base of the transistor (the resistor goes in the middle between), the emitter of the transistor goes to ground and the collector of the transistor goes to the negative of the fan. The positive of the fan goes straight to power source. Correctly dimensioning the thing is the challenge, but if you use a logic-level mosfet in place of the transistor
  21. I think I really destroyed my box.. I have managed to boot MULTIBOOT but no I get an error that there is no eMMC found...... well .. Wasn't getting anywhere with this box.. Going to buy a new one..
  22. @Luiz Rocha if you speak about android rom this isn 't the right place since here we discuss about linux-armbian on those board If you instead speak of linux-armbian you are in the right place but apart from photos you didn't describe what the problem is ( no boot ? - have you a uart , have you logs ?)
  23. I can not boot with Armbian_21.05.1_Zeropi_focal_current_5.10.34.img what can I do?
  24. Use a tool like ncdu to figure out which folder(s) are getting so big. Then look into them.
  25. Hi all, I have a few orange pi zero's and recently on 2 I had an issue with wifi AP that I am trying to properly understand. I have read some of the discussion regarding the wifi chip on the opi0 and that's not a great chip. I thoroughly agree with people that say that if you pay bottom dollar for a board, don't expect top dollar performance. And especially don't come complaining on a public FOSS forum. The only thing I am trying to do is understand the error and see if there is anything I can do to improve it. I use my orange pi zero's with a basic (custom) armbian image that
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  27. I’ve added a second script, CH340-interactive.py, to enable you to manually control your fan.
  28. I had the same issue. As a quick solution, I installed Armbian_21.05.1_Nanopi-r4s_focal_current_5.10.35.img.xz und updated the kernel to 5.11.18 and 5.12.6. With both versions, the second USB port is working now.
  29. Hi everyone, I've been following this topic for a while. I've been working with environment settings for a few years and I'm really enjoying these single board computers (raspberry, banana, orange). And reading your content, I decided to purchase a rock-chip rk3228a. I tried to change the ROM of it, but I was unsuccessful. https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipPl7CExQWOgwruHVVWZplC76vnzXTkNJpeCMlNMQdqSTPExIVibc5hO6v2LXVq9kQ?key=VzBQUTk4ZFk3a3VRZjhjQVZzRHNYLWxTMS1NQU13 Can anyone help? I shared the photos from the tv box on the link above.
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