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  1. So, the log above shows that it is connecting to it...
  2. I don't see any errors in the above, although I'm not familiar with what OctoPrint is used to provide as output. Is the IP address is your printer ?
  3. your screenshot seems to show that your have DNS issue with host bpi-iot-ros-ai, but I don't understand the relationship with "sudo". About the "dd" command, it worked succesffully since it displayed at the end "2807037952 bytes copied" ...
  4. BTW, this is not a page from Armbian web site ...
  5. Without any SD inserted : U-Boot SPL 2017.01-rc1-g5df570f-dirty (Apr 25 2017 - 10:01:27) DRAM: 512 MiB Failed to set core voltage! Can't set CPU frequency Trying to boot from MMC2MMC Device 1 not found spl: could not find mmc device. error: -19 SPL: failed to boot from all boot devices ### ERROR ### Please RESET the board ### And booting from SD, but stopping before kernel to get into U-Boot shell, "mmcinfo" just shows the MMC0, no MMC2 detected. It probably require an additionnal patch for SPL itself.
  6. I've added new patches for OrangePi-ZeroPlus and commited them. Like for OPiPrime done yesterday, the OrangePi-ZeroPlus WiFi still not working. I don't know why yet, although is more encouraging than OPiPrime, since at least the driver comes up in "lsmod" in the OrangePi-ZeroPlus, while for the Prime it didn't. Also another issue : OrangePi-ZeroPlus has an eMMC, I was able to do "nand-install-sata", but I'm unable to boot from it, although the MMC2 DT is part of U-Boot, for some reasons, it doesn't scan it.
  7. You ran "/home/YOUR_USERNAME_HERE/OctoPrint/venv/bin/octoprint" manually and you got some errors ? I'm not familiar with OctoPrint, but maybe you can tell here what was the error ...
  8. I don't know if "/home/YOUR_USERNAME_HERE/OctoPrint/venv/bin/octoprint &" for some other reasons, but the /etc/rc.local is for sure working. Just to prove that, you can do "date > /tmp/lastboot.log &", and you will see that this is actually executed. So, check your OctoPrint installation, maybe something wrong there ....
  9. Personally, none of my OPis have any video monitor. So, I tried to help about FEX, but I can't debug video issues.
  10. reboot the board ...
  11. If it is like other OpenWrt, there should be accessible using sysfs, ie : /sys/class/gpio, doing such commands : echo 20 > /sys/class/gpio/export echo out > /sys/class/gpio20/direction echo 1 > /sys/class/gpio20/value
  12. To isolate the issue, maybe you should try to do a simple loopback test first, a jumper between 8 and 10, and use minicom or picocom to get local echo. BTW, in the case of Mainline, without having other uart enabled other than debug uart0, when I load overlay for uart2, it comes up as /dev/ttyS1, since debug is on /dev/ttyS0.
  13. Some of you probably saw that I added recently the OrangePi-Prime to the build process. Unfortunately, I'm still struggling to get the WiFi. It is even worst than the WiFi issue still present on OrangePiWin. For the OrangePi-Prime, even the DT doesn't process the WiFi entries, and the mmc1 is still "disabled" in /proc/device-tree at boot time. The strange thing is that if I load a small overlay to change the mmc1 status to "okay", the kernel start processing it. But, unfortunately, I'm seeing "sunxi-mmc 1c10000.mmc: no support for card's volts" error, although I didn't found obvious errors in vqmmc-supply setting of mmc1. I will have to dig further, but start running out of ideas ...
  14. No ! Edit /etc/rc.local and add "/home/YOUR_USERNAME_HERE/OctoPrint/venv/bin/octoprint &" before the "exit 0"
  15. For the change in red, Yes ! I've all my OPi as headless, so, I can't answer for the HDMI2DVI questions.