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  1. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    Thanks for the info, I'll check it.
  2. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    Briefly tested the built-in BT on Telos, the adapter is there, but not working as it should. Checked the external BT adapter, you can connect different devices. But playing sound through BT is a big distortion, choppy (maybe I'm not correctly set up). To ALL Some of the owners of TV boxes with Amlogic S9xxx is available for one of these options USB-DAC ? https://volumio.org/product-category/dac/usb-dac/
  3. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    I haven't checked.
  4. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    As far as I remember, Kszaq (the author of the Assembly LE) uses an additional procedure at the start itself should pull out of Android the desired file to the remote control. Look at the USB stick after the first start and setup LE, you should see the file remote.conf from your TV box.
  5. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    1. In current versions of LE (at startup LE from the media) in the shutdown menu, it is possible to choose to reload the system, which is located in the internal memory ("Rebot from NAND flash\Android"). Ie if you set Armbian in eMMC and when you run the LE from external media, you can choose a LE to restart the system , which is in the eMMC. 2. What version of LE are you using ? In image Stretch not use a test repository.
  6. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    I apologize for the delay in response. Before upgrading, I recommend doing a full backup (utility ddbr). 1. Then you can try updating via apt. If the system fails to start, you will have to perform a clean installation. 2. I haven't tested the packs mount in x86. The start order of systems in the presence of external media. If you have a bootable system on a USB , it runs first USB -> if USB is no system (or no USB), checks the system on the SD and if there is, it runs SD -> if there is no system on the SD card , run system from eMMC.
  7. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    You can use unlimited number of systems on external media. When you connect together several media, always run the same system in order of priority - USB -> SD. To run from SD card, you need to be sure to turn the system off USB.
  8. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    1. Start Armbian from SD card. 2. Open a terminal and run the command "sudo ddbr", then follow the prompts. Select the mode for creating a compressed backup. Ddbr utility creates a full backup (on the SD card in the directory /ddbr) of the system that you are now in the internal memory of the TV box. 3. After that you can write on the USB flash drive system Libreelec and connect to the TV box. Notice - to activate the multi-boot is not necessary. Libreelec should automatically start up with USB stick. Check the LE (all devices on your TV box) and if everything is working correctly, you can run the installation LE in the inside memory.
  9. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    1. If you use advanced features KODI, I recommend using Libreelec. You can install one of these systems (LE or Armbian) to eMMC , and the second to run from external media. If you have a model VIM2, you can install in eMMC universal system MultiOS_3in1 (Android+LibreELEC+Armbian or any other variant of Linux). 2. To use a USB stick with KODI you can try to mount it via SSH. Look for information about using the libraries MALI. I have no specific information on this issue. As far as I know, KODI uses x11 in a limited way, so no x11 is not necessary. You can try to view the source code for Amlogic on the subject of how they use gstreamer to work with the framebuffer and libamcodec.
  10. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    I already replied earlier to this question. At the time of assembling the images in the standard repositories Jessi didn't have the right versions of packages. Now there have been many changes in the repositories (test disabled) and now I am collecting images of Debian using the official branches Stretch. By the way, to all , I will repeat for the, at the moment (when I checked last time) in the thread Jessi broken packages, which are responsible for mounting a label, so when you try to upgrade from Jessi you risk to not run from external media system. Video hardware acceleration is only in KODI. Therefore, any other program (including browsers) use softbuy processing, which need all the resources of the processor (the more powerful the processor, the better the video quality). If you want to get a full-screen video in the browser - it can be assembled using the library libMali.
  11. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    All packages that begin at aml-* https://yadi.sk/d/09xzoZ3Y3PSYBb To add user to all groups that are required to run KODI and its libraries. Probably need to install and configure additional packages that have default images of the desktop (I have not studied for a full list of packages).
  12. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    sudo modprobe wifi_dummy or sudo modprobe dhd ******************************************* su - (enter the root password) modprobe wifi_dummy or su - (enter the root password) modprobe dhd
  13. Armbian for Amlogic S912

    Wrapped in a warm hat is one of my TV boxes (Tronsmart Vega S96) . Run test for a couple of hours. Here is the result at the end of the second hour. Such a conclusion in the console, no change for end hours, so stopped the test. 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1436/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0925/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1210/0.00 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1082/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0899/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1200/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0957/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1305/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1274/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0736/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1054/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1650/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0857/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0908/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1230/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1660/0.00 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0707/0.00 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1134/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1198/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0714/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1465/0.01 1512 @ 80: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0923/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0756/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.2131/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1439/0.00 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0813/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1081/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1305/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0961/0.00 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1359/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1054/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0900/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0790/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0888/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0865/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1416/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1541/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0418/0.01 1512 @ 80: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1571/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1074/0.01 1512 @ 80: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1449/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1127/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1390/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1569/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1365/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0810/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1297/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0858/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0995/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1034/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.0843/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1451/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1349/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1799/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1290/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.2215/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1333/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1494/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1901/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1292/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1551/0.01 1200 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.2086/0.01 1512 @ 79: execution time (avg/stddev): 4.1498/0.01
  14. Armbian for Amlogic S912

    I'll look and I'll check with the pillow ...
  15. ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    The images with the kernel 4.9.40 is only for those TV boxes, where set a new u-boot (Nougat-Ubuntu). Today, this model Khadas VIM and VIM2.