Hannes Worst

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    Hannes Worst got a reaction from guidol in [Experiment] armbian on NanoPi A64   
    Great, Guidol!
     
    Thank you very much for this good news. I wil try it out! Thanks for the one that solved the problem.
     
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    Hannes Worst got a reaction from guidol in [Experiment] armbian on NanoPi A64   
    Great work Guidol! Thanks for all your tireless efforts!
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    Hannes Worst got a reaction from gounthar in A64 and the 3.10 kernel   
    As an experiment i tried running Arch Linux on my NanoPi a64 with 4.15.0-rc5. It's a pine64 image . To my total surprise it works. But it's no Armbian though...
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    Hannes Worst reacted to guidol in A64 and the 3.10 kernel   
    I do have a serial cable. If i do find the time this evening I'll check the output AND I'll test the arch-linux
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    Hannes Worst got a reaction from guidol in A64 and the 3.10 kernel   
    Actually, I have no idea why armbian won't boot on the nanopi A64. I can see some u-boot-activity but after that the board goes to a halt. It has to be a kernel issue in my perspective but I have no serial cable so I can't check anything. Sorry that I can't be of more help in this.
    The arch-linux image boots fine, gives a fully functional xfce-desktop, automatically in the proper resolution (for me currently 1440x900). I had only to attach a wifi dongle for internet. Sound works flawless to.
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    Hannes Worst got a reaction from Igor in Heat on Hummingboard   
    In the meanwhile I think I found the source of the problem. A change of hdmi2vga adapter did the trick. The faulty adapter contained some kind of soundcard that triggered the CPU. Sorry for the disturbance!
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    Hannes Worst got a reaction from JoeyBeelinkX2 in h3disp: change display settings on H3 devices   
    Unfortunately it doesn't work for me. My monitor gets unresponsive on reboot. It's probably due to my hdmi to vga-converter. Still, great work from the Armbian-developers!
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    Hannes Worst got a reaction from JoeyBeelinkX2 in h3disp: change display settings on H3 devices   
    Hi,
     
    I've managed to get my screensettings to 1280x1024 by filling out fb0_width = 1280 and fb0_height = 1024 in the script.fex file. And than rebuild my script.bin. It allready performes a lot better on my monitor. But there is no refresh rate (0,0) so the fonts are very blurry. Is there a way to adjust the refresh rate in the fex file? By the way, I'm using a hdmi-vga connector.
     
    Thanks for all your great work on Armbian!!