Gustavo A. Díaz

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  1. Hi, Does repo compiles against kernel 5.14.13 (5.14.13-rockchip64)? I am testing unstable Armbian for Rock64 (Armbian 21.11.0-trunk.38 Hirsute) and gives me: Configured with: Thanks in advance.
  2. Hi, I am trying again to back this board, since I can't afford to buy another one... Legaly kernel is impossible to use; keep unstable. Once it crash for the first time, no matter if I reboot, it will keep crashing. Now, with current kernel this does not happen. The problem is that i need legacy kernel so I can use hwaccel needed for decoding and encoding. :( rock64_legacy_kernel_crash.txt
  3. Hi, I have a Pine Rock64 v2.0 SBC and with the image Buster xfce desktop (I guess this is the right one that mentions here), the board has random freezes and impossible to use. So far the board does work good with Ayufan Debian buster image. Anyone had and idea why? I post here since I need to implement hwaccel so I can use this board as RTSP server using a UVC USB camera (Arducam). Thanks.
  4. Hi, in my case the test is on a Rock64 (4GB, v2 edition) using latest current Buster or Focal. The problem is in the first init configuration assistant. When selecting the "User language based on your location", after selecting es_AR.UTF-8 (I am from Argentina) it "auto-detects" my keyboard layout as AR which belongs to Arabic iirc (which is wrong). After this of course I can't type anything right on terminal. I had to fix it over ssh by issuing the command: sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration.
  5. Ok, I missed that one. Anyways, installing Buster of Focal with legacy Kernel makes my Rock64 (4GB) to kernel fault randomly and crash, even at start: )
  6. Hi, I wanted to try this build so I cant test HW (using the legacy kernel). But, is impossible to make Rock64 boot correctly, having random kernel crashes, It does boot with the 5.10.x kernel version and work just fine, but I need the Legacy one so I can test HW. I can only attach a photo since there is nothing I can do since the OS is halt. Any ideas? Thanks.
  7. Hi, Will this work with the Focal Legacy image as well?
  8. @JMCCnot all the dirs have sources info. Also would be nice to know the options to used to compile the libs in your script if possible, so one can compile it by hand. Thanks.
  9. @JMCC Hi! Thanks for the tips. How I can do that? Actually I would to prefer to compile all by hand, so what I need is: - libmali - rockchip-vcodec ( -> this is the right repository? ) - mpp ( - gstreamer-rockchip ( - gstreamer-rockchip-extras ( - ffmpeg (compiled with --enable-rkmpp and what else?) Anything else I am missing (or not necessary from this list)? BTW, last time I've compiled gstreamer-rockchip, I don't know why the compiled version does not include mpph264enc. Thanks in advance.
  10. Hi, Thanks all for the reply. Currently installed the latest armbian with 5.7. So @JMCC, I can install linux-image-legacy-rockchip (4.4.213) to avoid reinstall all again, right? Thanks.
  11. Hi, I need some guide and steps required (and if possible) to enable hardware acceleration using FFmpeg. Is the only thing I need since the idea is to use this SBC as Surveillance platform (for example, with Motion+Motioneye or Shinobi). Currencly without hardware accel, using 3 rtsp cams uses each 100% of a core (which translate to 300%). I've searching a lot, but I saw hwaccel with others apps, but not in particular with ffmpeg. I already managed to compile it with --enable-rkmpp (h264_rkmpp hevc_rkmpp vp8_rkmpp vp9_rkmpp) and available hwaccels: vdpau cuda vaapi drm opencl. Any help will be much appreciated. Currently fresh installed OS: Armbian Focal Thanks in advance.