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  1. I thought this call __aeabi_uldivmod was eabi soft float?
  2. Have you checked with armhf?
  3. Thanks Igor, i missed that. Can you confirm bootlogo.bmp is displayed on Pine64?
  4. I am trying to display a bootlogo.bmp on boot without success. HDMI and also LCD. I don't mean the four tuxes (pines) on kernel load, i want to display it from u-boot. I am using Armbian 5.26 (don't know why kernel is 3.10.104), upgraded from 5.25. I have placed bootlogo.bmp on /boot but still nothing displayed by u-boot. All my u-boot builds also fails to display it. Has anyone tried it with success?
  5. Try this: Edit: if you can't make it from source, download 5.20 image and check script.bin if twi2 is disabled so the camera module can detect the sensor. There is a thread about this. See
  6. I was curious to see how Mainline kernel performs on GbE test against a Legacy kernel. For the Armbian side i chose the nightly dev Armbian_5.27.170602_Orangepiwin_Ubuntu_xenial_dev_4.11.1_desktop.img (Desktop) and for the Legacy i chose my own build with all "Bells and whistles" (full Desktop, hdmi, camera, bt and wifi). I did not optimized Armbian Mainline, just installed and run stock. For the Legacy i optimized as usual. If there is some optimization to do on Mainline side, i missed. I have some observations about the board and results: * Board is without Heat-sink, * Legacy subsequent test got lower values, i suspect it runs hotter than Mainline, maybe due to HDMI, camera and BT enabled, drops about 30~50 MBits/sec, * After Mainline installation, the next boot came without HDMI output, so i had to guess which IP was assigned without looking at router (OK, we know it is a development Image), * Board act as a Server (iperf3 -s) and my ultra fast Duo core Intel box as a client. * Both Image are build with gcc 6.3 Armbian Mainline kernel 4.11.1 results: Legacy kernel 3.10.105 results:
  7. Just to correct my info, we agreed PL7/PL8 is the correct one!
  8. PL02 and PL03. Can you please point where you are pulling the u-boot and kernel? I can't find your DTS.
  9. Just FYI, OPi Win use AP6212A. WiFi & BT works fine on legacy kernel, just do as @igor say, enable uart and load the firmware for the A series. Small tip: if you are using TTL debug BT does not work.
  10. Here you have: Lubuntu with 1080P, no QT, just raw image. If you are interested and want to get your hands dirty i can manage to provide my POC image, will try to do it during weekend... Be aware it will be in a very unusual way... no fastboot way.
  11. Can you type github.com in the address bar (firefox) and see it gets resolved? If not you probably have eth0 and wifi both enabled and both with IP assigned. Turn on one or the other, not both. And better clone the new repo: https://github.com/avafinger/bpi-m64-firmware-v2 which has support for the 7" LCD panel.
  12. Ouch, i got it wrong...sorry. Just for curiosity, did you enabled uart3? i was looking at buddy dts and schematic for the uart3, PH4,PH5,PH6,PH7 can't be acquired on legacy kernel and PH7 is shared with codec (may be multiplexed?).
  13. I would like to ask if you mean STATUS-LED the one beside the Power Led (RED)? I am trying to understand the schematic and the Pins, if i understand anything PA15 is used on uart3 according to Fex (opi PC2) and the STATUS-LED is PA20, for opi-win schematic is PH11 (GPIO asssignment).... obvioulsy wrong.
  14. Add this to the confusion:
  15. Attached is the FPC pinout for analysis. From the manual (CSI connector): Your link just confirm the sensor is GC0309 (the one attached to the LCD panel) and that is 0.3 MP sensor. If the metallic contacts face down, OV5640 seems to fit but there is no OV5640 driver in the kernel only OV5642. But i am not sure the connector representation is at the board side or at the LCD side (that would means it needs an extension/conversion of signals), i leave this review to the HW guys.