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  2. Hello, I would like to provide test/nightly builds for the: Orange Pi+ 2e (the Xunlong sample from 2016) Orange Pi PC 2 (the newer 64-bit H5 version of the Orange Pi PC) Best regards, Kriston
  3. I'm using Legacy 3.4.113, both Debian and Ubuntu versions. I forgot about h3disp. I'll give that a try. Thanks.
  4. In Ubuntu Xenial how do we disable framebuffer switching and font switching? My Orange Pi Plus 2e v1.1 has the usual problem with HDMI-to-DVI converters but it's unusual in this case because it's switching framebuffers and fonts. The screen appears just fine during boot, but just after the message "Starting kernel..." the screen blanks and goes into power-saving poweroff with no return. I've seen this before, and I have tried several things to prevent the dead screen. I tried editing /boot/armbianEnv.txt to contain these lines like I have on other SBCs like PINE A64 and older Oran
  5. What kind of work is needed to upgrade Orange Pi 2E+ from legacy to kernel 4.x? Thanks, Kriston
  6. Forgive me if this isn't the place to reply, but I am concerning myself with body content and not tools or layout decisions. I am happy with whatever decision is made after the tools and layout are decided upon. Kriston
  7. Thanks, I'll forked a little while ago, so I'll re-base my fork and start submitting. Thanks!! Kriston
  8. Thanks, lanefu. I'll get up to speed on that solution. I'm more about writing than deciding on a tool, so I've elected to use whatever you folks have decided upon.
  9. I'd like to claim the documentation task to update lib/tree/master/documentation. I can also assist with build tools, in particular their documentation and QA testing because I know from experience that good documentation comes from testing. I have two each of Orange Pi PC, Orange Pi One, Raspberry Pi 3, Raspberry Pi 2, several Raspberry Pi 1 boards, and a PINE64 (uses Allwinner and Mali chipsets).