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  1. Can confirm 5.31 works perfectly on SuperPi. thanks @Igor
  2. I don't really remember the kernel version. Armbian version was 5.25 or 5.24. Clean image as in what? I was using 5.25 for about 2 months I think? was apt updating regularly and it updated to 5.30 today.
  3. Banana Pi Jessie mainline upgraded with apt-get using usb hdd as root
  4. Same problem on SuperPi. Can get console with UART but get no networking at all.
  5. Heres my try. Instead of one fixed colorset I chose some different colors too, can be used for alfa-beta-stable, release versions etc. Recreation of Tux is under Public Commons. RGB codes for different colors are included. Can be used for branding in general. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/49778084/armbian.zip
  6. 4.7 kernel officially released yesterday, what is the status on that?
  7. I promised myself that I won't buy another sbc that doesn't have gigabit lan but $8.50 for a PC isn't something you can resist I guess..
  8. Since when xunlong started selling boards on gearbest? Anyone bought from here before? http://www.gearbest.com/boards-shields/pp_314651.html
  9. I have 2 2.5" HDD enclosures, one usb2 with an usb-y cable for extra power and one usb3 which doesn't have an extra power input other than a single usb3 input. Since OpiPC can't power the usb3 one enough, i always used the usb2 one. And considering the only thing common with these 2 HDD's is the same enclosure, i will try with a new enclosure that has extra power input and report back.
  10. Hello all. I am having problems making nand-sata-install script work for installing to my external HDD. I used this (or similar) script in the past on loboris' images and it was working. After some time and experimenting with other images etc. I settled on Armbian, everything worked great, until I started the same script. I made 30 ish GB partition for the system and leave the rest as NTFS storage partition for mounting it later on the OS. But with armbian's script, i couldn't get my HDD to work with it. I am choosing to boot from sd and system from USB (sata) option, choosing the correct partition (/dev/sda2 in this example) and starting the process but it fails when it copies everything over to HDD. At around 6 to 10 percent. Errors i am getting are from rsync, it throws up bunch of lines for every file it tries to copy, stating destination filesystem is read-only. rsync errors 23, 27 and 30. error lines on dmesg shows these for bunch of blocks "Buffer I/O error on device sda2, logical block 4752419" So i figured maybe my HDD was failing (it was bought 3 years ago, not that old) I connected it to SeaTools and it gave some errors, S.m.a.r.t data was showing some errors so i sent it to Seagate for a RMA. I received my new HDD today, and getting the same damn errors as above. Seatools shows everthing is OK and s.m.a.r.t data is OK too. What is the problem in this case? Is the 2nd HDD i received is faulty too or am i doing something wrong? Sorry for my bad English.
  11. I have this idea that I was researching on for a while. There are 5" FullHD LCD panels available on aliexpress for phones (HTC Drod DNA, HTC M7 etc.) as low as 15$, I thought about driving them with a controller board for interfacing HDMI (opi) <> MIPI DSI (lcd) but couldn't find that much about it. There are DIY Oculus DK1 kits on ali selling for 240$ that includes these boards and a LCD, and there is a hackaday project that sells for 99$ only board. Any thoughts about a cheaper solution? Hackaday project (99$): http://hackaday.io/project/364-mipi-dsi-display-shieldhdmi-adapter Thanks
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