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  2. I'll do that. The prefixes stuff is to be considered broken at the moment due to forums upgrade which happened two days ago. Need to figure out to work with the new situation
  3. You could also try to set userspace as govenor and put the min an max frequency at the same values. performance basically means to set them to the highest possible.
  4. No. There is an issue (if not fixed in the meantime) I mentioned here: Also Clubs which have rules in place aren't really open since you cannot browse topics not being force to accept them (this should happen only if you want to interact with the club, not read only. Not sure if it is desigend that way). Also permission seems to be buggy because I noticed not being logged in having your posting in the "active topics" but could not access it obviously because clubs are not accessible for the public yet. This should be fixed.
  5. As has been said in other threads, the coreelec boot system and balbes150's are incompatible. After installing coreelec it is recommended to reinstall an android firmware to get the system back to a state that armbian will work again.
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  7. I bought an orange pi lite 2 and I would like to use it with the ADC MCP3008 but when executing the code in python using the spidev library, it always returns the value of 1023 and when I disconnect the ADC it keeps showing the same value, it is as if there was no communication , The ADC is not the one with the problem since I tried it with an arduino mega and it works perfectly, it is in the orange pi lite 2 where it does not work. the connections are: VDD=3.3V VREF=3.3V AGND=GND CLK= (PC00) SPIO_CLK DOUT=(PC03) MISO DINT=(PC02) MOSI CS = (PC05)
  8. Has anyone gotten this to work on the T95max plus? I can't seem to get it to work. I'm know it's not officially supported s905x3 but I was hoping someone might have a tutorial for me. Thank you.
  9. Hi @balbes150, Is there anyway to boot Armbian from RK3229? I used your arm32 image, but could not boot (just blank screen). I changed the dtb from extlinux.conf using: If I used this uboot from your first page post: then burn it via etcher, My SD Card partition suddenly broke. My box: M96Mini 4k Ultra HD, Aida64 detect it as RK3229 armv7. Many Thanks, rna
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  11. ok now I got box bricked again sort-of. I boooted up coreelec (which is what Ill use for videos), but I still like armbian, and I can no longer get armbian to boot, somehow the bootloader started to work again (shows the s912 logo), and built in recovery started working again (after a 5 min wait), but I am not sure why it's not booting armbian, coreelec has no trouble booting..... not sure what else to try, I tried several uboots but none seem to boot anymore ?
  12. None of these images work on H5. Unfortunetely, encoder doesn't work on H5
  13. Hi, sorry if this is considered a necro bump. I just received the Orange Pi Zero Plus H5, as it was seemingly out of production earlier this year. I have tried building u-boot from mainline (using v2020.07 and v2020.04) and both fail with the following error (SPI or FEL booting): U-Boot SPL 2020.04-dirty (Sep 27 2020 - 20:11:48 +0000) DRAM: 512 MiB SPL: Unsupported Boot Device! SPL: failed to boot from all boot devices ### ERROR ### Please RESET the board ### Since I have read about people flashing u-boot from Armbian, I thought I would try FEL booting the u-boot incl
  14. ..crazy world, okay-then you have to use s912 files as you did..I think the problem is that you used other systems which use other bootloader(then uboot is messed up for the mechanisms used with these armbian builds). Try starting with fresh android install (preferably nougat rom as it brings the best startpoint for armbian attempts..) to get un-tweaked bootloader..
  15. Yes, I share some photos of the device. At the moment I am using Emuelec, I also provided LibreELEC and if it works, the funny thing is that the first time I tried Armbian_20.05.4_Arm-64_buster_current_5.7.0-rc6_desktop_20200518 and it worked but then it didn't start anymore. Photos: Excuse me, my english, I support myself with google translator.
  16. Any idea on how to prepare a microSD card with all stuff needed? I can force the board into bootloader mode by a switch, and it tries to boot from uSD card, but fails: DDR Version 1.06 20171020 In Channel a: DDR3 400MHz Bus Width=32 Col=10 Bank=8 Row=15 CS=1 Die Bus-Width=16 Size=1024MB Channel b: DDR3 400MHz Bus Width=32 Col=10 Bank=8 Row=15 CS=1 Die Bus-Width=16 Size=1024MB Memory OK Memory OK OUT Boot1 Release Time: Apr 11 2018 10:32:58, version: 2.36 ChipType = 0x8, 227 mmc2:cmd19,256 SdmmcInit=2 0 BootCapSize=2000 UserCapSize=7456MB FwPartOffset=2000 , 2000 mmc0:cmd5,32 SdmmcInit
  17. Not sure how relevant this might be, but after checking around on previous reports on issues with the governor on the nanopi m4v2, I found this post and it actually mentions that "on demand" is causing issues... looking further down, I see bug reports that are quite similar to my own experience. My system is currently set to "on demand" (never changed it, so I assume this is the default), I might give it a try and set it to "performance" or some other values and test with that.
  18. I checked your dvb stick, it should have si2168 chip which surely is not enabled at the moment. si2141 is the tuner, but I see no references in the kernel. I will try to compile a kernel with si2168 module soon
  19. Thanks anyway, I found the checksum and since the checksum was good, I will install and see what is in the .gnupg directory. I am surprised by what is in this install that I am writing from, as the private keys directory is completely empty. I know that after I make a keypair that they will exist there, but I thought there should be 2 plain text documents there also before making the keypair, so I was trying to make sure. HOW DO I MARK SOLVED?
  20. Hi, I need to configure a GPIO as input with pullup enabled and tried For some reason PIN PG06 is still floating. It is not pinned to 3,3V. PG06 -> GPIO198 -> UART1_TX/PG06 right? Multimeter shows ~0,447V /dts-v1/; /plugin/; / { compatible = "allwinner,sun8i-h3"; /* * This fragment is needed only for the internal pull-up activation, * external pull-up resistor is highly recommended if using long wires */ fragment@0 { target = <
  21. In other words, when you download this image/iso, what is in your .GNUPG directory (if you wouldn't mind downloading it to see)? I have done it on my end. This is from the archived os'. I would check the checksum but I can't find them for these archives. Thanks.
  22. @Werner - I tried, hope it is worth to publish my " tutorial " post, also feel free to adjust. Perhaps I'll add some more screenshots where to find the unnecessary network drivers ( WiFi and Blutooth ) etc etc, but guess that is just my specific scenario for the OPiOnePlus board which is being used as a wireguard/ pihole server
  23. In this tutorial we build a custom .config for OrangePiOnePlus board, eg: to remove blutooth, WiFi and or USB3.x support since the hardware is not onboard, alternatively you can adjust settings to your needs which is not in the default .config. The section mentions, if file " userpatches/linux-$KERNELFAMILY-$KERNELBRANCH.config " exists, it will be used instead of default one from " config ". This means for the OPiOnePlus : " linux-sunxi64-dev.config " should be created, but please note "dev" is just one of the three options available, which are: " current ", " legacy
  24. Are you sure that the specs are right?! ..all tanix tx3 minis I saw had(like the x96mini too) a s905w (not a s912) and there is a dtb meson-gxl-s905w-tx3-mini.dtb for tx3m (also meson-gxl-s905w-p281.dtb should work better than p201 which works just basically) then it should work. Is there a special reason you choose such an old image(better try one of the newer the extlinux-variants..) ??
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