p1x3l3d

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  1. Hey @Learnincurve, have you gotten any further with this? Do I understand correctly that you can't test it because you don't have the panel? I'd be willing to test if you'd like I have a Pine64-LTS with a LCD panel from Pine64 (and the 'playbox' as well) so if you want I could test stuff? Just tell me what to do! Cheers!
  2. Okay, so to answer my own question: thanks to psychedup74's response in the Pine64 thread in this sub-forum I found that the latest image (running kernel 4.19.x) simply does not support the LCD yet (Not yet configured correctly in device tree? I don't know precisely). To get the Pine64 LCD-screen working with the PineA64-LTS simply use the legacy image running kernel 3.10.x (torrent link). The PineA64-LTS runs butter smooth on it, with working LCD screen, wifi, sound, USB ports, etc. Again, thanks heaps to the Armbian team for making this work so well! You guys rock :)
  3. Hi psychedup74, as you can see here I'm also attempting to get the Pine64 LCD screen to work, but with the Pine64-LTS instead of the Pine64+. I didn't manage to get it to work either. I was just wondering, where did you find that the MIPI DSI driver is still WIP? Because that might just answer my question as well Regards!
  4. Hi! I'm using the Sopine A64 Armbian Buster image version 5.91 in combination with my PineA64-LTS SBC. First off I'd like to say that it runs great, thank you guys very much for providing this fully featured image and thereby keeping this SBC up to date! For the last few weeks I've been trying to get the Pine 64 7" LCD screen to work with it, but so far unfortunately I haven't been able to. What I've tried: Follow instructions to get LCD working as stated on the older brother's PineA64 page: add 'pine64_lcd=on' to /boot/armbianEnv.txt, and add