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  2. @helios4noob Your issue is unrelated to Helios4 hardware. It's a software setup issue, could be on your computer / laptop trying to access the share drives on Helios4. You will find better help effectively on the OMV forum for that. Have you tried to disable the firewall on you computer / laptop just to test if you can access the share drives without ? I assume you are using windows machine. As for the Helios4 froze that happened once, next occurrence check status of LED8 and LED1 and let us know. (ref to this wiki page to identify LED : https://wiki.kobol.io/led/)
  3. A raspberry pi 3B+ attached to this very interface works just fine (I have even tested it myself. They have drivers for this very screen for the raspberry pi (its there in the support and drivers section on that page which where I got it from). However, my particular application cannot use anything less than a 10 inch screen. Thank you for your feedback, but I cannot use a 3.5, 5 or 7 inch screen. My application CANNOT use a R-Pi because it doesn't have enough processing power and memory. I appreciate the feedback very much. I am sure this can be done and I ask again if there is anyone who can help me out on this. Thanks.
  4. Hello there I have been using my orange pi zero as a network wifi adapter for my computer since it does not have one baked in. But this morning it stopped working. I reinstalled armbian hoping to fix the issue to no avail. I am running armbian 5.83 on opz and ubuntu 19.04 on pc. I attempted setting ethernernet to share network via guy nm as well as nmtui. I get an error from nmtui "could not activate connection: ip configuration could not be reserved (no available adress, timeout, etc) any help would be very appreciated.
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  6. After updating to new firmware the board not booting and wait on u-boot state => version U-Boot 2019.04-armbian (May 08 2019 - 10:38:01 +0200) Allwinner Technology aarch64-linux-gnu-gcc (Linaro GCC 7.4-2019.02) 7.4.1 20181213 [linaro-7.4-2019.02 revision 56ec6f6b99cc167ff0c2f8e1a2eed33b1edc85d4] GNU ld (Linaro_Binutils-2019.02) 2.28.2.20170706 Please advice, is it possible to upload new image somehow?
  7. I rebooted after the changes last time, and tried again now by restarting cron, yet still the same result. All hard drives spin up during daily cron and spin down after 10 minutes. So there seems to be something we are missing.
  8. What exactly is the problem? Would you paste the content of /etc/network/interfaces
  9. Perhaps restarting crond? service cron restart or by rebooting?
  10. I know, yet the hard drives spins up... /var/log is on my Micro SD card. My hard drives are mounted with fstab to folders in "/mnt/usb*". Everything else is on my Micro SD card, so I've no clue why armbian-ramlog is still spinning up my hard drives...
  11. But now it should not touch hard drive at all ... unless your /var/log is the hard drive. Edit: it works for me. HDD remain sleeping after executing command found in cronjob /usr/lib/armbian/armbian-ramlog write
  12. I changed /usr/lib/armbian/armbian-ramlog directly given your changes (Bugfix: check LOG_TYPE only at script start #1417), made it executable and rebooted the server, yet it spun up the hard drives when I changed the time for daily cron jobs to trigger etc/cron.daily/armbian-ram-logging. So, we are still not there yet... Please let me know if you want more testing etc
  13. I'm not sure for what is the purpose of that 26-pin header. Official documentation still says you have to connect HDMI and gives you HDMI settings. I imagine pin header is meant for screen management, like screen rotation and similar. Anyway, 1024x600 is too big for SPI screen, refresh rate would be abysmal. For example, if you running SPI at 40 MHz, using 24-bit colors and utilize every cycle for pixel data, you would have 2.7 FPS. On top of that, CPU would have to SW render it, which is another slowdown. That guide links to another, which explicitly states it for https://www.waveshare.com/3.5inch-rpi-lcd-a.htm and the likes. As you can see, this one states that SPI interface is supported, while yours does not.
  14. Armbian provides kernel to Debian or Ubuntu user land. You should ask NextCloud creators what do they recommend but IMO Stretch will be just fine. Interface with kernel is identical so there will be no difference. Start with a clean image ... Armbian is identical to Debian or Ubuntu on this level. Proceed with NextCloud recommendations for transferring things from one server to another.
  15. https://www.olimex.com/Products/DIY-Laptop/KITS/
  16. its this screen with IPS display: https://www.waveshare.com/wiki/10.1inch_HDMI_LCD_(B)_(with_case). i was able to get it without the case (which is what I needed ...
  17. This display has HDMI and the standard 26 pin GPIO SPI connector on the back of the board. So I am not sure what you mean by "Which SPI screen do you have?"
  18. Yes, it looks like that is the problem so this part needs to be done differently.
  19. AZ8, you need 5.88.190601 or earlier. All later gives stability problem.
  20. Hey guys, What is in your opinion the best solution to add WIFI/BT capability to a A20 board? Currently I tried to add ESP8266 connected with SDIO. (without much success so far). Then in order to add BT too I am thinking about ESP32 (with ESP-WROOM-32 module). Do you know if there are references of using this ESP32 solution to provide wifi and bt to a allwinner board/armbian ? Also this module have a lot of different interfaces available, which should be prefered? Or alternatively, do you know other armbian supported solution for wifi/bt? Best would be a solution that does not use USB ports as I need them. Thanks!
  21. well.. it's your fault.. Terminal ready � C1:80000000 C2 ? C3h SD card is not detected !! switch frequency to 0x00000046 frequency divider is 0x00000080 switch frequency to 0x00000046 frequency divider is 0x00000004 switch to SDR 8 bit switch bus width to 0x00000008 bits success hwsetting size: 00000BC0 C4 64b LK EL3: arm_gic_init welcome to lk/MP boot args 0x20000 0x60 0x98007800 0x0 INIT: cpu 0, calling hook 0x603e8 (version) at level 0x3ffff, flags 0x1 version: arch: ARM64 platform: RTD1295 target: RTD1295 project: RTD1295 buildid: 81C95C5_MON_SEP__4_01:41:29_CST_2017 initializing heap calling constructors initializing mp initializing threads initializing timers initializing ports creating bootstrap completion thread top of bootstrap2() INIT: cpu 0, calling hook 0x5ee30 (sysparam) at level 0x70000, flags 0x1 INIT: cpu 0, calling hook 0x743e4 (lwip) at level 0x70000, flags 0x1 creating bootstrap completion thread for cpu 1 creating bootstrap completion thread for cpu 2 creating bootstrap completion thread for cpu 3 initializing platform rtd129x_pwm_pin_mux default value 0 PLL_EMMC1 = 0x00000003 switch frequency to 0x46, divder to 0x80 switch frequency to 0x46, divder to 0x4 switch_bus: width = 0x00000002 switch speed to 0x2 success switch frequency to 0xa6, divder to 0x0 PLL_EMMC1 = 0x00000003 eMMC Error: Response timeout eMMC Error: Response timeout eMMC Error: Response timeout eMMC Error: Response timeout eMMC Error: Response timeout switch erase_group_def to 0x1 success sec_count = 0xe90000 Erase Unit Size = 512KB * 0x1 factory_init, factory size:0x400000 MMC TIMEOUT __wait_done: addr=0x98012044, mask=0x00000008, value=0x00000008 TIMEOUT __wait_done: addr=0x98012424, mask=0x00000002, value=0x00000002 eMMC Error: Response timeout [FAC][ERR] Get factory header from mmc0 failed TIMEOUT __wait_done: addr=0x98012044, mask=0x00000008, value=0x00000008 TIMEOUT __wait_done: addr=0x98012424, mask=0x00000002, value=0x00000002 eMMC Error: Response timeout [FAC][ERR] Get factory header from mmc0 failed [FAC] No factory data in mmc0 sysparam_scan_factory: read SYSPARAM from factory fail!! Bring UP slave CPUs initializing target INIT: cpu 0, calling hook 0x40cdc (r8168) at level 0x90000, flags 0x1 r8168: REALTEK RTL8168 @0x98016000 Realtek GBE Family Controller 32 mcfg = 0024 netif en ip 192.168.100.1 netmask 255.255.255.0 gw 192.168.100.254 calling apps_init() HDMITx_HPD=False ------------can't find tmp/factory/video_rpc.bin tv_system=25 mode=1 Set ACPU share memory ------------can't find tmp/factory/000BootParam.h Default Power-Config EEPROM: SIZE=16384, ADRESS_MODE=2, PAGE_WRITE_SIZE=64, BUFFER_SIZE=16 PMIC is gmt,g2227 starting app rtkboot ---------------LOAD NORMAL FW TABLE --------------- fw_desc_table_start = 0x00620000 fw_desc_table_ddr_base = 0x0x12418f70 starting app eeprom starting app pmic cmd_pmic_entry: set DC force PWM pmic_testing returns 00 INIT: cpu 3, calling hook 0x22840 (slave_cpu_spin) at level 0x3ffff, flags 0x2 INIT: cpu 2, calling hook 0x22840 (slave_cpu_spin) at level 0x3ffff, flags 0x2 INIT: cpu 1, calling hook 0x22840 (slave_cpu_spin) at level 0x3ffff, flags 0x2 TIMEOUT __wait_done: addr=0x98012044, mask=0x00000008, value=0x00000008 TIMEOUT __wait_done: addr=0x98012424, mask=0x00000002, value=0x00000002 eMMC Error: Response timeout [ERR] rtk_plat_prepare_fw_image:Read fw_desc_table_v1_t error! (0x3100, 0x1, 0x0x12418f70) ---------------LOAD NORMAL FW TABLE --------------- fw_desc_table_start = 0x00620000 fw_desc_table_ddr_base = 0x0x12418f70 TIMEOUT __wait_done: addr=0x98012044, mask=0x00000008, value=0x00000008 TIMEOUT __wait_done: addr=0x98012424, mask=0x00000002, value=0x00000002 eMMC Error: Response timeout [ERR] rtk_plat_prepare_fw_image:Read fw_desc_table_v1_t error! (0x3100, 0x1, 0x0x12418f70) ---------------LOAD GOLD FW TABLE --------------- fw_desc_table_start = 0x00628000 fw_desc_table_ddr_base = 0x0x12418f70 TIMEOUT __wait_done: addr=0x98012044, mask=0x00000008, value=0x00000008 TIMEOUT __wait_done: addr=0x98012424, mask=0x00000002, value=0x00000002 eMMC Error: Response timeout [ERR] rtk_plat_prepare_fw_image:Read fw_desc_table_v1_t error! (0x3140, 0x1, 0x0x12418f70) entering main console loop Realtek> no.. i completely forgot about this one. W2 without SD-Card
  22. Overlays are only available with Mainline ...
  23. Can now add an Armbian image Assembly for TX6. https://forum.libreelec.tv/thread/17636-tanix-tx6/?postID=121128#post121128
  24. Please advice, how to restore old dtb files? After upgrade to 5.1.7 (debian), OPi3 system became unstable and hang in maximum 50 minutes (sometimes immediately after reboot) Tried to rollback dpkg: warning: downgrading linux-dtb-dev-sunxi64 from 5.89.190614 to 5.89.190612 but still same issue.
  25. As I was in the middle of the exam period when I posted this thread, I stopped all daily cron jobs as a shortcut, which fixed this issue. I've since found out that the daily cron job etc/cron.daily/armbian-ram-logging is the problem. armbian-ram-logging contains #!/bin/sh /usr/lib/armbian/armbian-ramlog write >/dev/null 2>&1 /usr/lib/armbian/armbian-ramlog contains /etc/default/armbian-ramlog contains So, I'm going to modify the file /etc/default/armbian-ramlog to prevent it from waking up my external hard drives every day. In that regard, it's much appreciated if anyone could point out which lines in the file that might wake up the hard drives. I'm thinking about line: 81 with "... blkid -s TYPE /dev/zram0 ..." which I think wake up all drives. What do you think? 65 with the find command "... find $HDD_LOG ...", yet it should only search for folders in the folder $HDD_LOG (/var/log.hdd/). @Igor, this issue is likely something that others might find interesting as armbian-ramlog currently is spinning up all connected drives, which shouldn't be necessary.
  26. I have changed the DT file after the instructions and now I can use the ports again for my in-circuit programming! Many Thanks!
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