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  1. Hi Christos, You will need hostapd version specific for 8192eu module. I've just tested compiling it and it does compile. Not sure if it will work. Please try and let me know. git clone https://github.com/shahidali55/rtl8192eu-driver cd rtl8192eu-driver cd wpa_supplicant_hostapd tar -zxvf wpa_supplicant_hostapd-0.8_rtw_r7048.20130424.tar.gz cd wpa_supplicant_hostapd-0.8_rtw_r7048.20130424 cd hostapd make arch=ARM cp ../../rtl_hostapd_2G.conf ./ Then follow this guide to setup and launch hostapd
  2. Hi Christos, Please follow the below steps to compile and deploy the kernel module for 8192EU: git clone https://github.com/shahidali55/rtl8192eu_3 cd rtl8192eu_3 make ARCH=arm sudo make install If all the above steps complete without errors, reboot the board. ifconfig should now show wlan0
  3. Does "iw dev wlan0 link" show as connected to SSID ? If not, try "sudo ifup wlan0"
  4. This error is due to incorrect headers being used to build the module. Please provide the output of below command: uname -a
  5. Can you connect the rtl8188 dongle to a Windows PC and let me know the VID and PID of the USB device ?
  6. I've been waiting for the OPi micro/Zero from a long time now. Hope it has HDMI out
  7. Make sure to uncheck "send key combinations" from "Action" menu and try again
  8. Must not be the PSU then. I do not own that particular PSU sold by the seller, but have used the USB power cable they provide and it was of good quality.
  9. What is the resolution of that screen ? What version of Armbian are you running ? Please provide the output from uname -a
  10. Random freeze and reboot is most likely due to a bad PSU. Try swapping the power supply with another one and maybe try a different cable as well. Please provide the output from below commands with the USB WiFi dongle connected: lsusb lsmod uname -a
  11. Try below driver. Works with 0bda:818b git clone https://github.com/shahidali55/Realtek-RTL8192EU-driver cd Realtek-RTL8192EU-driver/install_folder/driver/rtl8192EU_linux_v4.2.2_7585.20130524/ make arch=ARM sudo make install sudo shutdown -r now
  12. Install TeamViewer wget http://download.teamviewer.com/download/linux/version_11x/teamviewer-host_armhf.deb dpkg -i teamviewer-host_armhf.deb Install dependencies: apt install -f Get ID: cat /etc/teamviewer/global.conf | grep ClientID Finally, try logging in from another desktop using the TeamViewer desktop client Add a permanent password: teamviewer passwd my_password
  13. Hi abcd567, Install linux headers first: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-sun8i Paste the output you see for when lsusb command is run with the dongle connected. I've tested all possible WiFi N chipsets from Realtek on armbian 5.14 with legacy kernel and confirm good performance, even with some real cheap ones. On the other hand, Mediatek MT7601 dongles are stuck to 54Mbps no matter what I do.
  14. Just tested this out. Bridging D48 momentarily resets the board and begins boot of OS after it was shutdown via "sudo shutdown -h now". Now I can finally replace my slow and aging Raspberry Pi A+ with a fast and shiny Orange Pi One
  15. Bad PSU ? Bad power cable ? Did you try a different power supply ? USB also seems to be going ON and OFF
  16. Adding it as is into rc.local did nothing. However running it as root works (sudo su, then the command). Similarly adding it as is into led.sh and executing it via "sudo ./led.sh" exits with code 2. Only the complicated version seems to work correctly . . . The reason I needed a visual indication of SD card access is to have a visual cue when players are active on my minecraft server hosted on the Orange Pi One. I've modified three lines in "/etc/init.d/armhwinfo". Now the green LED behaves as required
  17. Thanks tkaiser, Adding the below line to /etc/rc.local makes the green LED behave as an activity LED indicating SD card access. sleep 15 && echo mmc0 | tee "/sys/class/leds/green_led/trigger" >/dev/null 2>&1 & Can this be done earlier in the boot process ? Maybe in u-boot ? Also, what other scripts mess around with the green LED on the desktop image of Armbian 5.14 ? The green LED goes back to "heartbeat" as soon as "sudo shutdown -h now" is issued
  18. Can the HDMI output be rotated by 90 degree on the Orange Pi One with legacy kernel ? I have tried fiddling with the fbcon parameter as suggested by Igor in this post, but it did nothing. I didn't really expect the fbcon hint to work since it was a suggestion for Freescale i.MX6x kernel
  19. Also, there seems to be a thick copper layer in the multi-layer PCB of the Orange Pi One and Orange Pi PC. This helps take away some of the heat from the SoC but also ends up heating rest of the stuff on the board, including the micro SD card. Not sure how a long a micro SD card would last at a constant 65/70 deg C Armbian is rock solid !!! If anyone wants a custom flavor of the OS, the build system also works perfectly !
  20. Thanks EvgeniK45. Will test this out soon . . .
  21. Wow, "do_expand_rootfs()" is a lot of work . . .
  22. Does anyone know a way to make the green LED blink on SD card access ? I have already configured the Red LED to light up solid via u-boot so that happens within 3 seconds after power is connected. Now just needed a way to monitor SD card access visually, in real time . . .
  23. Please try the instructions in below post: http://forum.armbian.com/index.php/topic/146-moving-to-a-larger-sd-card/#entry750
  24. Is this a waveshare display ? If yes, try: sudo h3disp -m 5 -d and reboot If you get get a clear display, you can set the display area to 800x480 later by modifying the script.bin file.