Erik

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  1. Hi, I did read a lot about temperature and power consumption on this forum. Most is about bad parameters for the Orange Pi H3 boards. I use armbian 5.25 stable with 3.4.113-sun7i kernel. On both i run this same version, the only difference is that i use an other script.bin on the orangepi. The script.bin who is in the distrubution. I dont use a heatsink on both. I noticed the following On the Orange Pi: Load1 is max 0.50 with 2 values of 1.00, avg 0.20-0.25 Load15 is between 0.08 and 0.14 The temperature is between 49 degrees and
  2. I thought they were all the same thing. I have learned something. Thank you.
  3. Hi, I have a beelink X2 and did: apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get install -f apt-get update apt-get autoremove -y I think i have version 5.20. If i look at: cat /etc/*-release # PLEASE DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE BOARD=beelinkx2 BOARD_NAME="Beelink X2" VERSION=5.20 LINUXFAMILY=sun8i BRANCH=default ARCH=arm PRETTY_NAME="Debian GNU/Linux 8 (jessie)" NAME="Debian GNU/Linux" VERSION_ID="8" VERSION="8 (jessie)" ID=debian HOME_URL="http://www.debian.org/" SUPPORT_URL="http://www.debian.org/support" BUG_REPORT_URL="https://bugs.debian.org/" So i think i have version 20 Bu
  4. Thank you. You say exactly what i thought would be the case. Its because i don't want a system crash, and want to prevent this. So i want to use the button (or the IR) to shut down and restart the system. Looks like i got some work to look in a way to get a good startup after resume. (Networking problems with wlan0 and eth0). Thanks for your reaction. Erik
  5. Hi, I'm trying to make a hotspot with the beelink x2. I have some problems with resume after suspend. So i have a question about the beelink x2. Does anybody know if it is possible to start the beelink after a shutdown with the power-button. If i want to restart it, i have to re-insert the power-cord and the beelink will boot. Button does nothing. Thanks. Erik
  6. I did clear network manager in the GUI. The result is that i have now NO ip-adres after suspend-resume. If i do a service networking restart - then the network is restarted correctly. If i do a systemctl daemon-reload and then a service networking restart. Then there are some daemons disturbed - lirc will stop working correctly. So i think not all services are resumed correctly after a suspend restore.
  7. I have Lirc working on the Beelink X2. Also Suspend using systemd (using powerbutton and remote), also restore. Im working on making an accesspoint and wanted to change my ip to a static on (changed in interfaces). When i reboot i get the static ip-adres (192.168.1.150), but when the beelink wakes up, it uses a dhcp-lease (192.168.1.193). I did read some about problems with systemd on Arch Wiki, but not about this one. Start 192.168.1.150 Suspend/Resume 192.168.1.193 service networking restart --> changed on disk ??? systemctl daemon-reload service networking restart 192.168.1.193 servic
  8. Thank you. Makes things more clear greetings Erik
  9. In the /boot directory is the file .verbose, but not the file .next The contents of the file .verbose are: 1464173183 sun8i armv7l Orange Pi+ Linux version 3.4.112-sun8i (root@trusty) (gcc version 4.8.4 (Ubuntu/Linaro 4.8.4-2ubuntu1~14.04.1) ) #30 SMP PREEMPT Sat Apr 30 19:49:10 CEST 2016
  10. Hi I have added the serial monitor (because i had some trouble booting up) I can see the booting proces of the U-boot. If i'm looking in the log, i see a few file not found entry's: ** File not found /boot/.verbose ** ** File not found /boot/.next ** ** Unrecognized filesystem type ** ** File not found .next ** I did not see these files in the /boot directory either. Can i change something to get ride of these messages. Thx The complete startup log on OrangePi plus with armbian for orangepiplus: === U-Boot SPL 2016.03-armbian-sun8i (Apr 30 2016 - 23:26:36) DRA
  11. I have "solved" the problem, but i don't understand a bit of it. I have now a working version with orangepiplus. I can only startup with the rapoo e2000p wireless keyboard disconnected. With the usb receiver pluged in - the board will not start. If i try the Armbian_5.10_Orangepih3_Debian_jessie_3.4.1112.desktop the board starts with the usb-receiver plugged in - but i have no eth0 -rest works then. So i said, i don't understand why in every case till now the board starts, only specific this one (armbian for orangepiplus) not. Thanks for your time. Erik
  12. Hi, I bought about a year ago an orange pi plus. Just a few weeks ago, i tryed the new distro's I love to have debian on the board. And like your distro verry much. I have 2 problems: 1) If i download the file for orangepiplus, the board does nothing. No leds go on, no grafics on screen, nothing I also tryed at home compiling it myself. The result is the same nothing. My Orange Pi Plus has an H3 processor - it is one of the first OrangePi Plus boards. (Is this an error in your piplus distro - just because loborus for piplus works) 2) If i download the orangepih3 file