nico

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  1. Hi, I'm having a problem with some timezones and I couldn't find anything in the web related with it. This is in a NanoiPi M1 with ARMBIAN on it. The problem is that when I run the following commands the result is not the as expected: echo "America/Indianapolis" > /etc/timezone && dpkg-reconfigure -f noninteractive tzdata and then result is: Current default time zone: 'America/Adak' Local time is now: Thu Sep 8 03:08:41 HDT 2016. Universal Time is now: Thu Sep 8 12:08:41 UTC 2016. but if I run: echo "America/Indiana/Indianapolis" > /etc/timezone && dpkg-reconfigure -f noninteractive tzdata the result is as expected: Current default time zone: 'America/Indiana/Indianapolis' Local time is now: Thu Sep 8 08:11:19 EDT 2016. Universal Time is now: Thu Sep 8 12:11:19 UTC 2016. The same problem with "America/Fort_Wayne", it changes to "America/Adak". The only reference I found in the web is this https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/tzdata/+bug/750837 Any idea? Thanks.
  2. I believe this initiative is very good! First, because it facilitates the functionality we need now in this starting stage of RPi alternative boards, and second because I think it encourages manufacturers to make products more standards.
  3. vlad59: thanks for the tips! i will test lol_dht22 driver. To learn, why lowering the frequency the reliability is better?
  4. Its Works! Like Yudanta referenced is his blog, Pete was experimenting with the NanoPi and after I read his article, I realiced that I was looking the wrong PIN. I got the DHT22 working using this WiringPi but with some errors each 5 or 6 readings. I used the Yudanta referened driver and the Tkaiser driver but with both I have random reading errors. I'll investigate in deep later. Thank you very much!
  5. Tkaiser, thanks you for your soon answer. I read the post you mentioned and follow the LeMaker's steps (https://github.com/LeMaker/WiringBP) but it doesn't work for the NanoPi. Then I found this blog WiringPi in a Orange Pi with which I have more hope since Orange Pi PC has the same AllWinnwer H3 processor, but it doesn't work either, I do not have many clues why. Finally, I found in the FriendlyARM Wiki the procedure to install a DHT11 sensor in a NanoPi M1 with a Debian OS, which consists in the installation of only one library. I tested it in Armbian and it doesn't work. As last test, I booted the NanoPi with Debian image and tested the FriendlyARM library and it works! but only with a DHT11 sensor, not the case with the DHT22. So, I'm a little confused by all this, especially since it should have worked with the Orange Pi procedure. Any tips?
  6. Hi! I just bought a NanoPi M1 board and It is running with Armbian without problem. Now I want to add a DHT22 temp & hum sensor but searching in the web I cant find any script to get it work. I saw that the RPi script doesn't work on the NanoPi M1 because the chip is differnt. In the Friendlyarm page there is a C script to work with the DHT11, but nothing with the DHT22. So, anyone have been experimenting whit it in this context? There are a Wiring Pi equivalent to NanoPi M1? Thanks