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  1. Using stable after update/upgrade today, with 5.0.14-meson64, I lost audio on Le Potato
  2. @ning It worked. Thanks. @AndrewDB So in the procedure for LePotato is enough to change: "$FIPDIR/acs_tool.pyc fip/bl2.bin fip/bl2_acs.bin fip/acs.bin 0" in: "python $FIPDIR/acs_tool.pyc fip/bl2.bin fip/bl2_acs.bin fip/acs.bin 0" and so the produced "u-boot.bin.sd.bin" boots.
  3. @AndrewDB Here the content of the fip dir: root@ubuntu-uboot-compilation:~/u-boot_dev/u-boot# $FIPDIR/blx_fix.sh fip/bl30.bin fip/zero_tmp fip/bl30_zero.bin fip/bl301.bin fip/bl301_zero.bin fip/bl30_new.bin bl30 2172+0 records in 2172+0 records out 2172 bytes (2.2 kB, 2.1 KiB) copied, 0.00474344 s, 458 kB/s 3228+0 records in 3228+0 records out 3228 bytes (3.2 kB, 3.2 KiB) copied, 0.00798341 s, 404 kB/s root@ubuntu-uboot-compilation:~/u-boot_dev/u-boot# ls -l fip total 876 -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 944 Mar 10 17:54 acs.bin -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 38336 Mar 1
  4. @AndrewDB > By any chance are there any errors before you get to that point? At the first "make" I get 2 warnings: DTC arch/arm/dts/meson-gxbb-nanopi-k2.dtb DTC arch/arm/dts/meson-gxbb-odroidc2.dtb DTC arch/arm/dts/meson-gxl-s905x-p212.dtb DTC arch/arm/dts/meson-gxl-s905x-libretech-cc.dtb DTC arch/arm/dts/meson-gxl-s905x-khadas-vim.dtb arch/arm/dts/meson-gxl-s905x-khadas-vim.dtb: Warning (avoid_unnecessary_addr_size): /gpio-keys-polled: unnecessary #address-cells/#size-cells without "ranges" or child "reg" property DTC
  5. root@ubuntu-uboot-compilation:~# uname -a Linux ubuntu-uboot-compilation 4.15.0-46-generic #49-Ubuntu SMP Wed Feb 6 09:33:07 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
  6. Yes I have, always the same at the python compiled (.pyc) launch step: $FIPDIR/acs_tool.pyc fip/bl2.bin fip/bl2_acs.bin fip/acs.bin 0 the error says: /root/u-boot_dev/blobs/amlogic-u-boot/fip/acs_tool.pyc: line 1: $'\003\363\r': command not found if the python source was available we can have a look into ...
  7. @AndrewDB Here it is my history file compile_history.txt
  8. Hi @AndrewDB, in the attached file you can find what I get on the Le Potato UART console using your u-boot.bin.sd.bin. Other than that I re-execute the procedure and I got the same errors at the same point. However, ignoring the errors, and continuing I made an "u-boot.bin.sd.bin" file. But it doesn't work (flashing it no boot) and "diff" comand says it is different than yours. console.txt
  9. What about the python source script of "acs_tool.pyc"? It could be named "acs_tool.py". Is that available?
  10. @AndrewDB I think the file "fip/bl2_acs.bin" is missing
  11. @AndrewDB I have an error during the integration of compiled blobs into the mainline u-boot code. root@ubuntu-uboot-compilation:~/u-boot_dev/u-boot# $FIPDIR/acs_tool.pyc fip/bl2.bin fip/bl2_acs.bin fip/acs.bin 0 /root/u-boot_dev/blobs/amlogic-u-boot/fip/acs_tool.pyc: line 1: $'\003\363\r': command not found /root/u-boot_dev/blobs/amlogic-u-boot/fip/acs_tool.pyc: line 2: $'\373]\372Uc\a@s*\002dd\001lZdd\001l\001Z\001dd\001l\002Z\001dd\001l\003Z\003dd\002l\004Tdd\001l\005Z\005dd\001l\006Z\006dd\001l\aZ\add\001l\bZ\bd\003Z': command not found : No such file or directorygic-
  12. Year needs to be changed in the nightly build name. For example: https://dl.armbian.com/lepotato/nightly/Armbian_5.68.180101_Lepotato_Ubuntu_bionic_dev_4.19.13.7z should be: ... 190101 ...
  13. Accelerated 4K full-screen video in vlc on Armbian Bionic 4.19 beta image of Le Potato is working. How to get it: -install beta image: Armbian Bionic nightly mainline kernel 4.19.y -add desktop via armbian-config -install vlc: $ sudo apt-get install vlc -configure VLC: Tools > Preferences > Input / Codecs > Codecs > Hardware-accelerated decoding > VA-API video decoder Tools > Preferences > Video > Display > Output > X11 video output (XCB) -open a 4k .mp4 video and double click on it in order to get fu
  14. On bionic 4.19.12-meson64 #5.67.181226: $ xrandr -d :0 -q Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1920 x 1200, maximum 16384 x 8192 Composite-1 connected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 720x576i 50.00 720x480i 59.94 HDMI-1 connected 1920x1200+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 546mm x 352mm 1920x1200 59.95*+ (yes) 1920x1080 60.00 (yes) 1600x1200 60.00 1680x1050 59.88 (yes) 1280x1024 75.02 60.02 (HDMI only) 1440x900 59.90 (yes) 1280x960 6
  15. Other test performed. I am starting to understand better the "HDMI to DVI" working/not working laziness problem: HDMI to DVI works BUT, just after the boot, I have to move the mouse to wake up the monitor and get the desktop (I usually interact with the SBC via the uart console). That's with the last: ARMBIAN 5.67.181221 nightly Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS 4.19.11-meson64
  16. @TonyMac32 Yes the 4.19 kernel itself. HDMI to DVI was working when I just moved from debian to ubuntu beta images. Is this irrelevant? Are the two beta 4.19 meson kernels, at same moment, always the same and no other element in the distro can influence HDMI to DVI functionality?
  17. During the shutdown on the uart console: [ 4460.137855] meson-i2s-dai meson-i2s-dai.4.auto: Unable set to set i2s description [ 4460.227077] meson-i2s-dai meson-i2s-dai.4.auto: ASoC: can't set meson-i2s-dai.4.auto hw params: -22
  18. > What did you change between the 4.19.9-meson64 and 4.19.10-meson64 kernel I think nothing. In both case I started from the fresh beta bionic image and added the full desktop via armbian-config (beta bionic image has not the desktop, instead the stretch one has it). I should suggest to add the desktop part to the bionic beta image because so the desktop user experience is not bad. For example I can see music videos in lowres from youtube with a fair user experience.
  19. @Neil Armstrong > so you connect the same screen via HDMI and "HDMI to DVI" and only the "HDMI to DVI" fails ? That's correct I just tested it again: HDMI to HDMI works but HDMI to DVI does not. I got a blank screen and after several minutes I only obtained an unusable flashing armbian/penguin desktop background with a lot of green tone instead of the usual black one. That's with the last bionic: ARMBIAN 5.67.181217 nightly Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS 4.19.10-meson64. Before, with bionic "Linux lepotato 4.19.9-meson64 #5.67.181213 SMP PREEMPT Thu Dec 13 23:45:38 CET 2018 aarch
  20. On: Linux lepotato 4.19.10-meson64 #5.67.181217 SMP PREEMPT Mon Dec 17 14:21:39 CET 2018 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux ARMBIAN 5.67.181217 nightly Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS 4.19.10-meson64 and on my PA248Q ASUS 1920x1200 monitor: HDMI to HDMI ok HDMI to DVI NOT ok So I can see a regression here.
  21. @TonyMac32 trying to do what you asked for I chose: 1600*1200 but it doesn't work and that resolution put the monitor output in an inconsistent state (mirrored stripes) Now I need to reset a working resolution via CLI in order to continue the testing. Trying to recover I had no success: I opened a virtual terminal and: $ xrandr -q Can't open display Please, give me guidance.
  22. How to test audio? Audio is on HDMI, I suppose. Is possibile to get audio out from 3.5mm jack? How to configure that?
  23. with Bionic: Linux lepotato 4.19.9-meson64 #5.67.181213 SMP PREEMPT Thu Dec 13 23:45:38 CET 2018 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux I also installed desktop env via armbian-config and on my PA248Q ASUS 1920x1200 monitor: HDMI to HDMI ok (even hotplugged) HDMI to DVI ok -hotplug USB mouse ok -hottplug USB keyboard OK, better than in debian Stretch -no CPU temp in htop -slow windows resizing in XFCE (waiting for HW OpenGL acceleration by Lima project) -chromium windows IS integrated in XFCE destop environment, better than
  24. On debian stretch: Linux lepotato 4.19.8-meson64 #5.67.181210 SMP PREEMPT Tue Dec 11 00:22:25 CET 2018 aarch64 GNU/Linux and on my PA248Q ASUS 1920x1200 monitor: HDMI to HDMI ok (even hotplugged) HDMI to DVI ok but 'lazy' (required several plug/unplug reboot attempts) hotplug USB mouse ok hottplug USB keyboard NOT OK Recap of desktop usability problems I can see: -slow windows resizing in XFCE (waiting for HW OpenGL acceleration by Lima project) -chromium windows not integrated in XFCE destop environment (top right buttons missing)
  25. Using kernel: Linux lepotato 4.19.7-meson64 #5.67.181207 SMP PREEMPT Fri Dec 7 10:25:31 CET 2018 aarch64 GNU/Linux HDMI it's ok on my PA248Q ASUS 1920x1200 monitor. Usability problems I can see: -slow windows resizing in XFCE -chromium windows not integrated in XFCE destop env (top right buttons missing) -no video acceleration in Chromium or mpv media player -too many flickering of mouse pointer on the desktop background.