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  2. Debian testing is not supported. We have enough problems without that. You are welcome to discuss this further in the general area.
  3. ennoente

    ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    Hello, I have K2Pro s905 would like to install on nand. can i install -other languages -usb G4 / LTE dongle -use as a wifi router which version is best? Thank you
  4. 5kft

    Nanopi NEO2 CPU frequency issue

    Thank you! There's no rush of course, only when absolutely convenient for you. Many thanks again
  5. Today
  6. tkaiser

    Benchmarking CPUs

    NanoPi Fire3 with Samsung/Nexell S5P6818 which is an octa-core A53 clocked by default with 1.4 GHz (results irrelevant): Why are results irrelevant? For two reasons: Throttling occured. The board with vendor's standard heatsink starts to overheat badly when running demanding loads. Active cooling is needed and that's why monitoring when running benchmarks is that important! This is an octa-core Cortex-A53 SoC showing with this benchmark a score of well above 7000 when no throttling happens. Once again: such multithreaded results are BS wrt most real world workloads. An RK3399 board like an ODROID-N1 scoring 'just' 6500 will be the faster performing board with almost all usual workloads since equipped with 2 fast A72 cores while the Fire3 only has 8 slow A53 cores. Most workloads do not scale linearly with count of CPU cores. This has to be taken into account.
  7. pro777

    Armbian for Amlogic S912

    What is your chip Wi-Fi?
  8. jernej

    AV/HDMI switch and display rotation

    Address is correct. I would suggest you first find devmem2 program (source is all over the net). It does almost exactly what you want, but universally (you give it physical address on command line which you want to read).
  9. 4.17.y is still in works. This might be worth reading:
  10. tkaiser

    Rock64 crashes on boot

    Instead of following stupid networkmanager bashing you might better focus on reality. What you obviously experience is filesystem corruption and quite normal with SBC (result of broken/counterfeit SD cards). In such a situation a filesystem check would be a good idea as well as some integrity checking (of packages and the entire SD card surface): sudo armbianmonitor -v armbianmonitor -c $HOME
  11. Yesterday
  12. Hi, can confirm that this still is a big Issue, (running a Orange PI PC) since I updatet from 4.14.18-sunxi to 4.17.7-sunxi the system is in a dead state very. before the update the system where running for month stable. Interesting is that the first notable think is that ssh stops working (aktive session is dead and new session gets a timeout), ping and the home automation stuff running there will run ~1hour more and then the system is dead complete. some log which may or may not helps here: the last log entitys are spammed with rtc errors. have changed the /etc/default/cpufrequtils to: since lower speed may helps.
  13. gounthar

    What about Google Home

    I have some problems with the network when working from work because of that damn proxy... [ o.k. ] Downloading sources [ o.k. ] Checking git sources [ u-boot h6-dram ] [ .... ] Checking out [ o.k. ] Checking git sources [ linux-mainline linux-4.17.y ] fatal: unable to connect to[0:]: errno=Connection timed out[1: 2604:1380:4090:1700::1]: errno=Network is unreachable [ .... ] Fetching updates and I have some problems anyway at home... 69.7MiB [ 9.9MiB/s] [=====================================================================================================================================================================] 102% cp: cannot stat 'COPYING': No such file or directory [ o.k. ] Compiling next kernel [ 0 ] [ o.k. ] Compiler version [ aarch64-linux-gnu-gcc 7.2.1 ] [ o.k. ] Using kernel config file [ config/kernel/linux-sunxi64-next.config ] make: *** No rule to make target 'olddefconfig'. Stop. make: *** No rule to make target 'Image'. Stop. [ error ] ERROR in function compile_kernel [ ] [ error ] Kernel was not built [ @host ] [ o.k. ] Process terminated
  14. tkaiser

    Build ZFS on RK3328 is not up to date: root@rock64:~# apt-cache search headers | grep rk3328 linux-headers-dev-rk3328 - Linux kernel headers for 4.14.0-rc2-rk3328 on arm64 linux-headers-rk3328 - Linux kernel headers for 4.4.77-rk3328 on arm64 By switching to 'nightly' with armbian-config (and accepting that you're fine with a bricked system) which replaces with things change: root@rock64:~# uname -a Linux rock64 4.4.138-rk3328 #10 SMP Mon Jul 9 13:05:42 PDT 2018 aarch64 GNU/Linux root@rock64:~# apt-cache search headers | grep rk3328 linux-headers-dev-rk3328 - Linux kernel headers for 4.17.0-rc6-rk3328 on arm64 linux-headers-rk3328 - Linux kernel headers for 4.4.138-rk3328 on arm64 Of course this is not a solution.
  15. loly

    Z28 [RK3328] 1/8

    it seems to be fixed in the next release
  16. All the affected people in the referenced issue are using USB hubs. I never use USB hubs in between host and disk and just get the usual xhci error once I connect a SuperSpeed disk to Rock64 and besides that everything is fine. If I would want to connect two fast disks to an SBC I choose an appropriate SBC or maybe would test such a JMS561 thing (but in my personal opinion USB attached storage is a bit too unreliable so I try to avoid it where possible)
  17. The script is here:
  18. Draghtnod

    How to utilize OpenGL|ES

    With the help of and $ sudo apt install quilt linux-headers-next-sinxi $ git clone $ cd sunxi-mali $ export CROSS_COMPILE=arm-linux-gnueabihf- $ export KDIR=/usr/src/linux-headers-4.14.18-sunxi/ $ ./ -r r6p2 -b $ sudo insmod r6p2/src/devicedrv/mali/mali.ko $ lsmod | grep mali mali 184320 0 $ dmesg | tail [ 9056.575770] platform mali-utgard: assigned reserved memory node linux,cma [ 9056.577169] Allwinner sunXi mali glue initialized [ 9056.579102] Mali: [ 9056.579113] Found Mali GPU Mali-400 MP r1p1 [ 9056.579916] Mali: [ 9056.579924] 2+0 PP cores initialized [ 9056.580684] Mali: [ 9056.580688] Mali device driver loaded The question remains: Is there a package that provides a ready to use binary blob of this driver? Or maybe some script that does it automatically, when the kernel changes?
  19. iNTiGOD

    Helios4 Support

    Yes I upgrade to OMV 4.
  20. rock64 rk3328 orange pi one Can the rock64 rk3328 run several programs simultaneously? Browse internet with little latency? When I tested orange pi one youtube would stutter. Thank you.
  21. umiddelb

    Thanks for the fish!

    Which kernel version are you using?
  22. hi . my screen now work but my touch dont work. when my screeen dont work my orange pi lite recoginize my touch but when my screen work orange pi lite can not recoginize my touch . it is meybe for spi????
  23. Hi, Igor: Yes, I did freeze them from armbian-config (except armbian-firmware, which was blocked with 'dpkg --set-selections'). It is important to point out that after performing "apt upgrade", After Bluetooth failed, I used the method of freezing upgrade. However, the freeze upgrade does not seem to solve the Bluetooth failure problem. The problem I reported can be reproduced steadily. That is: As long as an upgrade, Bluetooth will definitely fail. (Whether it is freezing the kernel upgrade) In fact, I have repeatedly flashed the TF card (This means that the installation is fresh) test many times. I think this problem should be solved...
  24. In that case further u-boot patching will be required. It's important to catch serial console logs in case it doesn't boot. We might fix that too.
  25. Looking for recommended LCD screens for NanoPi Neo and Orange Pi Zero. I have some IoT ideas I want to explore. Does not have to be touch, and I'm pretty flexible on screen size. Actually, would like a couple of different screen sizes but bigger than an 128x64 OLED (I have that). Must be color. At least 320x240, preferably something 320x480. I just got two Orange Pi Zero systems today and want to create a couple of IoT devices along with the two NanoPi Neo systems I got recently. Performance does NOT have to be ideal, just reasonable (not going to game on it or watch action movies). The Zero means HDMI is not an option; given that, what interface is best - SPI? Cost is a factor, I would like to be, shall we say, frugal? But I don't mind paying more for the first item from amazon that I could have in hand quickly with additional orders from aliexpress (I can get a lot of development time in with one system while aliexpress puts other items in the slow delivery queue). I'd like to use python, but could use C. I'm mainly interested in a smart approach; a path in which I can search for answers and solve problems with time and effort. It would help if I used an established or reliable library for development. I'll have enough problems with my own code to worry about the libraries. So, please, tell me what has worked for you. What have you done that you would avoid like the plague now. If it were you, what would you do? I'd really like any suggestions or war stories. If you can be constructive, I want to hear it.
  26. Last week
  27. It seems mesa-egl got "reinstalled" right nearby the still present "mali-egl". I could instruct gl4es to use the latter - See here: (useful info up there is also that lsof and ldd are useful tools to debug what drivers and devices are in use) I guess it is also safe (or maybe advised?) to remove mesa-egl by mv-ing it out somewhere else, but I did not do it yet. I guess it can only add performance because then things are not finding the bad one accidentally. Aside this, the retrorangepi install script mostly seem to have did its job, but I will do further testing...
  28. How can I disable the first run scripts that force you create a new user on a fresh install? And how do I get it to accept simple passwords?
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