• Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by chocho

  1. is down for some time. I had the same problem and switching to other mirror trough armbian-config was the fix for me.
  2. chocho


  3. You did not say which distro, Ubuntu or Debian. For Debian I use
  4. For Ubuntu: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mamarley/tvheadend-git-stable sudo apt update sudo apt install tvheadend Official Repository have a issue -
  5. The fastest way is to change lib/config/sources/sun8i.conf from dev) KERNELSOURCE='' KERNELBRANCH='branch:orange-pi-4.8' KERNELDIR='linux-sun8i-mainline' ;; to dev) KERNELSOURCE='' KERNELBRANCH='branch:sun8i-emac-wip-v5' KERNELDIR='linux-sun8i-mainline' ;;
  6. Well I tried both mailine with ethernet patches and directly from Didn't notice any difference
  7. Works OK on mainline 4.9 kernel with montjoie ethernet patches, at least on orange PI PC and Orange PI One.
  8. I use this on debian server image:
  9. Sorry for the late answer, but my free time is very limited. To be honest, I used copy/paste of make script from @150balbes u-boot repo. There is it: #!/bin/bash make distclean export PATH=$PATH:/opt/gcc-linaro-aarch64-none-elf-4.8-2013.11_linux/bin/ export PATH=$PATH:/opt/CodeSourcery/Sourcery_G++_Lite/bin ARCH=arm64 CROSS_COMPILE=aarch64-none-elf- make gxm_q201_v1_config ARCH=arm64 CROSS_COMPILE=aarch64-none-elf- make And it's compiles without errors, but after uninstall gcc-arm-none-eabi This is the end result: Building board/amlogic/gxm_q201_v1/acs.bin CC acs.c AS
  10. I just saw there is a error in building u-boot x Building board/amlogic/gxm_q201_v1/bl21.bin x x CC serial.c x x CC bl21_main.c x x CC timer.c x x PP bl21.ld.S
  11. Finally have some free time to solder pins to GT1 UART and boot compiled Armbian image. It boots, but no ethernet connection, The LAN chip is the same as odroid c2 - Realtek RTL8211F Gigabit Ethernet This is boot log: My fork is here:
  12. Try this steps with root permissions : dpkg-reconfigure tzdata dpkg-reconfigure locales apt install build-essential git pkg-config libssl-dev bzip2 wget libavahi-client-dev zlib1g-dev libavcodec-dev libavutil-dev libavformat-dev libswscale-dev libcurl4-gnutls-dev liburiparser-dev debhelper cd /opt git clone -b release/4.0 cd tvheadend/ AUTOBUILD_CONFIGURE_EXTRA=--disable-libav_static ./ cd .. dpkg -i tvheadend_4.0.xxx_armhf.deb It will ask for admin user and pass Then open in browser http://OPI_IP_ADDRESS:9981
  13. Thanks for the tips. Unfortunately I can't make it boot from SD. Can you tell me for changing boot.img it's need to be the original Android forked one or can be a compiled from Amlogic u-boot source. And if is the second how can I transform u-boot.bin to boot.img Thank you again!
  14. Hi, First I want to say thanks for this amazing project. Also English is not my native language, so please excuse me for misspell Last week I received my shiny new Beelink GT1 with Amlogic S912 CPU. And now I have a itching in my hands to break it. So I forked @150balbes repo and start messing with it. Dowloaded original firmware from here:!bIVGFaKY!Om3XTxlHmjPB4x2_jukFYw Extracted original device tree and kernel config (attached below) and after little tuning I was able to build a Ubuntu 16.04 CLI image (only buil
  15. Yes, I have ethernet and I have ssh access to my OPI-PC How did you burn the img to sdcard When power on my OPI-PC I see only green LED
  16. This is a new freshly compiled img: Armbian_5.20_Orangepipc_Debian_jessie_4.7.4 (Link removed. There is a oficial Armbian beta images: ) but I don't think the problem is with img
  17. With Win32DiskImager and not need to rename it, only choose all file types (*.*)
  18. HI, This is a img with vanilla kernel: Armbian_5.17_Orangepipc_Debian_jessie_4.7.2 (Link removed. There is a oficial Armbian beta images: ) After a year collecting dust my Orange Pi PC is finaly in biznes with tvheadend install. And a can say it is working better then my current RPI2 setup. OPI PC, Geniatech Mygica T230 DVB-T2, tvheadend 4.0.9-12