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  1. Orange Pi R1 never comes back after reboot

    Well, if you have burnt the SDcard with etcher.io and if you have an UART cable you can see what happens live https://linux-sunxi.org/UART
  2. I guess Tony will explain it to you in length, but it has already been written in detail in this forum just use the search function top right hand corner. In short, it is a combination all of this: power adapters to generate it, the micro USB cable / connector / port to deliver it
  3. Help choose board

    WiFi, external - not built in!
  4. Le Potato general topics

    So you will start testing when you have a release available, but you might face problems then, because of no testing. Why not start doing testing already and name it like: "Alpha or Beta upgrade path - it might break your system" and the user has to activate it by themselv like in armbian ?
  5. It would have been interesting how much faster Intel Quick Sync Video is versus ffmpeg.
  6. Did you use the search function in top right hand corner ? https://forum.armbian.com/topic/6070-smartgear-multi-system-emulator-released-as-open-source https://forum.armbian.com/topic/5744-new-bb-cp-a-replacement-for-fbtft-fbcp https://forum.armbian.com/topic/5713-spi-throughput-slower-on-mainline-kernel https://forum.armbian.com/topic/5824-orange-pi-zero-graphic-programming
  7. Did you make use of: Intel Quick Sync Video? Intel Quick Sync Video uses the dedicated media processing capabilities of Intel Graphics Technology to decode and encode fast, enabling the processor to complete other tasks and improving system responsiveness.
  8. Disconnect Power of the Blueberry first.. (PA4/PA5 GPIO) if they fit for: Your USB UART module should have 3 pins: RX goes to TX TX goes to RX GND goes to GND on both https://linux-sunxi.org/UART#Attaching_the_UART And on your computer: with a program called 'screen' https://linux-sunxi.org/UART#Using_the_serial_console Now you can power the SBC
  9. I see and what about USB Debug it live: https://linux-sunxi.org/UART
  10. Le Potato general topics

    @Da Xue, Just lately (in December) I downloaded the 2,2GB image from loverpi (aml-s905x-cc-ubuntu-xenial-linux-libretech-4.14.5-gd9ecccb8d-dirty-desktop-2017-12-17.img.zip) . I read about the Keyboard bug and boom, it caught me as well. So I was looking here for an update: http://share.loverpi.com/board/libre-computer-project/libre-computer-board-aml-s905x-cc/image/ubuntu/ and yes there is a newer version than I have. So I did: apt-get update && apt-get upgrade - no updates available. How do you deliver updates to your images ?
  11. Meltdown and Spectre

    Then you also saw, that each of them have their favorites and they do it for fun. Name me who of them cares about: GSM, NAND, RTC, Sound, Video, Resolution? If there is no interest or fun in doing it, then there is simply nobody. How do you want to overcome this situation?
  12. What I tried to explain to you, if you do not properly test your SDcard (test, not it worked before!) and measure the voltage on the board. You have some holes on the PCB, it should not be below 4,9V. Thing is, if your HW isn't 100% perfect - you will search forever within software ---- --- -- - and you wouldn't be the frist
  13. Without reading all of it: 1. do you power Blueberry via Micro USB, if so, why ? Custom board should have Barrrel Jack. 2. did you read this: https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_Getting-Started/ 3. did you test your SDcard according to the above guide (2.), because we have a section in the forum for: SDcard & PowerSupply looking forward to read your findings
  14. testers wanted ArmbianIO API proposal

    I hope this will still work when sysfs breaks away in mainline
  15. Meltdown and Spectre

    well, thank god u r not the only dev // sent from mobile phone //