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  2. ..yes, if you don't do what is said in first post, it is sure that it doesn't work. There is no need to copy and rename any dtb, but you have to configure the uEnv.txt to fit your HW..
  3. Hi all, I am building an art project, and I love the hardware specs of Orange Pi PC for it. I have a graphical Java app (built in Processing) that runs on a HDMI display, and unsurprisingly it doesn't run well without a GPU. On RPi 3B+/Diet Pi I've got it up around 24 fps using KMS, and I'm happy with that performance, but now I'm porting it to the OPi so I'm kinda starting from scratch again. I am aware of the amazing work going on with Panfrost although I've had issues installing it on my board with Buster Desktop. In general Armbian on Orange Pi PC seems pretty great, amazing even. But I'm only getting about 1 frame every 5 seconds with my Java/Processing app, while glxgears will pull around 150 fps. I'm hoping that someone can recommend some tools (other Armbian builds? Mali drivers?) that I might try. I 100% want to continue using Armbian, but I'm only about a week or two into using it so I'm just not super piped into the history and all available tools. Below I've pasted some OpenGL info from my current environment for context. Thanks very much! OpenGL vendor string: VMware, Inc. OpenGL renderer string: llvmpipe (LLVM 7.0, 128 bits) OpenGL core profile version string: 3.3 (Core Profile) Mesa 18.3.6 OpenGL core profile shading language version string: 3.30 OpenGL core profile context flags: (none) OpenGL core profile profile mask: core profile OpenGL core profile extensions: OpenGL version string: 3.1 Mesa 18.3.6 OpenGL shading language version string: 1.40 OpenGL context flags: (none) OpenGL extensions: OpenGL ES profile version string: OpenGL ES 3.0 Mesa 18.3.6 OpenGL ES profile shading language version string: OpenGL ES GLSL ES 3.00
  4. Hi, I have a bricked (maybe broken) h96max rk3328 h2, it doesn't boot, I tried to see if was possible to install armbian without luck. The box seems to not have uart pins (maybe not so clear position), there's any trick to make armbian but from sd/usb.??? When I plug box to the PC with a usb cable, the box is detected as unrecognized device, so a assumed an hardware issue, but I belive that is bricked .
  5. Yes mpg123 I had installed myself on the NanoPi A64. You have to save the attached file from the last msg (MP3_FFH80s - a "Playlist" to a Radio-MP3-stream) You will also get errors when the Headphone in alsamixer is muted with "MM" instead of 00-79
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  7. Thanks for getting M1 to booting! I have two of these I need to use for Zabbix Server and a web server. Yes, the C1 is picky about SD, I found a SD now that is 3x faster than the last one (thanks for all the great work): sudo hdparm -tT /dev/mmcblk0 /dev/mmcblk0: Timing cached reads: 972 MB in 2.00 seconds = 485.89 MB/sec HDIO_DRIVE_CMD(identify) failed: Invalid argument Timing buffered disk reads: 44 MB in 3.04 seconds = 14.45 MB/sec
  8. Indeed I think it's a pulseaudio problem. The terminal-commands given resulted in "command not found" on my system. mpg123 was not installed on my system. The packagemanager suggested mpc123. I installed that, but using it with your commands resulted in a lot of errors. I wil also search further to find a clue. Thank you allready! You have come a long way and it's a very usable Armbian-install.
  9. @jcheriton The patch Igor has mentioned is already included in the latest build as of today. I was able to locate one of the patch files you have mentioned: 1. general-armbian-boot-logo-on-screen-center.patch ( The other patch that has 'copy' in its name is not traceable general-armbian-boot-logo-on-screen-center copy.patch. Will it be possible for you to point me to this another file. My device is orangepiplus2e so I hope this would work. I am unable to get the logo displayed with just '"Disable DE2 in u-boot to improve EDID detection""' Any help is highly appreciated! Thanks & Regards -R
  10. Nanopi M1 is fixed. It wasn't booting for me too ... boots now. Seems pretty stable for me, but it's picky on SD card since ever. That part is not going to change ... we are still on a prehistoric u-boot. ___ _ _ _ ____ _ / _ \ __| |_ __ ___ (_) __| | / ___/ | | | | |/ _` | '__/ _ \| |/ _` | | | | | | |_| | (_| | | | (_) | | (_| | | |___| | \___/ \__,_|_| \___/|_|\__,_| \____|_| Welcome to Armbian Bionic with Linux 5.4.43-meson No end-user support: untested automated build System load: 0.98 1.00 1.00 Up time: 1 day 11:04 Memory usage: 8 % of 994MB IP: CPU temp: 55°C Usage of /: 18% of 15G
  11. Hello everyone! Need help. I flashed the version "Armbian_20.05.5_Arm-64_bionic_current_5.7.0-rc7_desktop_20200529.img" on my SanDisk Ultra 32GB A1 memory card, but for some reason Armbian does not boot. My device is MECOOL KM9, copy all G12.dtb and I changed it to dtb.img and nothing did work.
  13. I have an ut3s, so if you want a tester for a similar ugoos box, don't hesitate. Have you tried/compared the community image from jock for Q8? It work not too bad on ut3s, but it lacks some dtb tweeks (fan, led and emmc in latest kernel).
  14. Another good news about the launch of ArmbianTV on UM3 (rk3288). Several different systems could be started from external media. There is a working u-boot that allows you to start the system from an SD card. At the first stage, managed to launch Armbian in a combined version (SD+USB). Works with HDMI and USB output (these are important basic systems that allow you to start working with Armbian on UM3), there is audio via HDMI. Works USB WiFi (one of the old models). Now I have the Foundation to create a full-fledged ArmbianTV image for UM3.
  15. Thanks man, trying to get use out of these old boards! I also noticed Odroid C1 (same focal image) was segmentation faulting. Looks like that got cleaned up with Armbian_20.05.0-trunk.148_Odroidc1_focal_legacy_5.4.43.img. SD performance was really bad, so trying new SD with it, although that's nothing new with C1.
  16. To upgrade from the old core, you need to restore the original firmware and go through all the steps for a clean installation. Or perform all the steps manually (do not wait for a detailed step-by-step guide for the manual option, you will have to solve everything yourself on the spot).
  17. Good timing. I am about to rebuild all images in a few hours. Let me try to fix it. Also having Nanopi M1 somewhere around ...
  18. I guess that means Armbian is still missing some patches or whatever for H6. I tried to dig through the soures from LibreELEC but could not find something spectacular...
  19. Tested Armbian_20.05.0-rc.149_Nanopim1_focal_current_5.4.43.img and I even tried hooking up video to see what was going on and nothing. Image doesn't expand on SD. I know this isn't supported, but would be nice to have focal on my old M1s. Also, I've tried the 5/24 image and the same issue.
  20. Another piece of feedback: I tried Armbian_20.05.0-trunk.148_Rock64_buster_current_5.4.43.img.xz on Rock64 HW v2.0 (4 GB RAM) After apt update && apt upgrade && reboot I made '7z b' run in a loop. The board hanged after about 15 minutes. I also tried stable version with kernel 5.4.20 with the same result. I suspect that RAM workings under load is unstable. Hope this is helpful.
  21. Now for a strange metallic sound on the desktop via HDMI (but analog was selected).... here it was going to normal sound, when - at the desktop - selecting under the Speaker Icon: Volume Control This seem to init something and youtube played with fine sound in the browser (picture not maximized) For me it sounds better using directly ALSA from the commandline: analog audio: mpg123 -v -a hw:0,0 -@ ./MP3_FFH80s HDMI: mpg123 -v -a hw:1,0 -@ ./MP3_FFH80s Please check the sound against the desktop, because I think there is something goin on with pulseaudio MP3_FFH80s
  22. I guess it is more a new installation than an update what you want..because I have just p281 devices with s905w chip I can only write how I proceed on these devices, but as s905x and s905w are quite similar, that should work for you too: Burn image on card, configure that dtb is working for your hardware in uenv.txt"Complete copy OS to eMMC " If new system runs good from sd card, just boot from it, open a terminal and type: sudo /root/ after few minutes the script should have copied(/usr/ takes a while..) the stuff to eMMC and prompt:"Complete copy OS to eMMC " If that fails to reboot 20.05.5 image from internal after that, maybe try in terminal on boot from card to copy (again): sudo /root/ ..but for me on 5+ amlogic p281/p212 devices works perfect..
  23. Thanks and success too! I just built a focal standard server image under a recent focal install on emmc with the following modifications: - copy /lib64 folder from usb stick to emmc install - install qemu and change line 80 in config/sources/families/arm-64.conf to use qemu-x86_64-static instead of qemu-x86_64 It finished in 263 minutes, but my h96proplus throttle a lot at 80°C. The eight cores were used but the big ones limited to 1ghz and the small ones to 500mhz. I will try to find a simple way to better cool the box compared to the small default heatsink and run it again.
  24. Hmm - the latest nightly Desktop I could find was and here Audio does work without copying another .dtb! Do you use Audio at the command line or on the Desktop? I could see that when Desktop is muted (small x near the Speaker Icon) that this isnt every time the same in alsamixer. I unmuted headphone on alsamixer and switched to unmuted analog Audio at the Desktop and it works.... Analog Audio is here - at alsamixer - Headphone. AIF1 and DAC must be activated. On the Desktop set the Default (Audio) Server to nanopia64 and also Default Sink to Built-in Audio Stereo 100%. After unmuting Audio on the Desktop (and alsamixer) mpv is also playing a .mp3 for analog audio I created a /etc/asound.conf: pcm.!default { type hw card 0 device 0 } ctl.!default { type hw card 0 } for HDMI you could edit this to "card 1" BUT maybe this will also work on your image-version, because nothing should be changed in the audio part
  25. Hey, I'm trying to update and old install on eMMC with 3.40 kernel on and MXQ Pro+ with Amlogic 905X. I can boot from SD card with the last version shared here when I try to copy to eMMC with /root/install scripts. It looks that runs more or less OK but after when reboot from eMMC the old 3.40 legacy kernel is still here. What's wrong? What is the correct way to update the eMMC? Thanks in advance for the help. If some logs can help, let me know.
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