darkTux

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    darkTux reacted to dziobak in Allwinner H6 Orange Pi 3 kernel 5.88.190604 still crashing   
    Ubuntu Bionic, crash on linux-image-dev-sunxi64 5.88.190602, 5.88.190603 and 5.88.190604 (all kernel 5.1.6?)
    Last worked was 5.88.190601 (kernel 5.1.5)
     
    Debug log before crashing (full log in attachment):
    [ OK ] Reached target Network (Pre). Starting pNFS block layout mapping daemon... Starting Create Static Device Nodes in /dev... Starting Apply Kernel Variables... Mounting Kernel Configuration File System... [ OK ] Started pNFS block layout mapping daemon. [ OK ] Started Create Static Device Nodes in /dev. [ OK ] Started udev Coldplug all Devices. [ OK ] Started Apply Kernel Variables. [ OK ] Mounted Kernel Configuration File System. Starting udev Kernel Device Manager... [ OK ] Started Monitoring of LVM2 mirrors,�…sing dmeventd or progress pollin . [ OK ] Reached target Local File Systems (Pre). [ OK ] Started udev Kernel Device Manager. [ 10.523607] Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address ffff00c  
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    darkTux got a reaction from Werner in ethernet Link status display does not work (eth0)   
    Sure I understand, Igor. I'm not in a hurry for my OPI3, it's a real pleasure to make this board work. If I can help in your work, don't hesitate to tell me. For example, I've found a way to adress GPIO pins withour installing WiringOP/WiringPi library. I use /sys/class/gpio , export, unexport, and so on. I have written a short daemon in C to send "1" to a GPIO Pin to control a fan. I use a fan, a transistor (to trigger the fan), a resistor, a flyback diode to protect the transistor when the fan is stopping, and to make this circuit more fun, I control another GPIO to light a LED when the fan is running!

    I love working with my boards, everyday I learn something new!!!
     
     
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    darkTux got a reaction from Igor in ethernet Link status display does not work (eth0)   
    Sure I understand, Igor. I'm not in a hurry for my OPI3, it's a real pleasure to make this board work. If I can help in your work, don't hesitate to tell me. For example, I've found a way to adress GPIO pins withour installing WiringOP/WiringPi library. I use /sys/class/gpio , export, unexport, and so on. I have written a short daemon in C to send "1" to a GPIO Pin to control a fan. I use a fan, a transistor (to trigger the fan), a resistor, a flyback diode to protect the transistor when the fan is stopping, and to make this circuit more fun, I control another GPIO to light a LED when the fan is running!

    I love working with my boards, everyday I learn something new!!!