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    gahabana got a reaction from bzfrp in Kernel dev (4.9) - which board runs reasonably well - Orange PI One , NanoPI Neo or something else ?   
    hi all, @bzrfp, 
    finally got last weekend NanoPi NEO. 
    Went to my Armbian directory, fired it up, said i'd like Ubuntu Xenial with devt kernel console and 20 mins later i had the image. I have customized image build for my odroid-c2 (added squeezelite package to lib.config file under userpatches directory and i added roon endpoint install script (slightly modified)) to avoid having to type couple of commands into produced image once its made.
    So my Armbian build process is really plain Armbian build plus install of squeezelite (for LMS server) and Roon Endpoint.
     
    Anyhow, burnt the image, tested it - rebooted, put in a case,connected usb dac and ethernet again and it's been working for a week with 0 hicups. Both as squeezelite player and roon endpoint. boots in less then 20 seconds ... but as i said did it only twice week ago
     
    I do have CPU cooler that i ordered with NanoPI NEO ... the ONLY change i made was put CPU in performance mode running at 1.2 GHz. .... worked well with less then 1Ghz as well ... Roon needs no CPU really (i can only test up to 192khz/24bit with my Benchmark DAC2) and squeezelite has no trouble with even converting DSD64 stream to PCM 192khz ... CPU utilisation in one of the cores jumps to 100% for a while but there are no dropouts.
     
    I do have Intona USB Isolator connected after it (its about 10 times bigger then NanoPI itself but i hear no major difference (nothing bad) compared to OdroidC2 nor the PC i used to have before as endpoint.
    for 15$ doesnt get much better
     
    Thanks to Armbian guys this is really easy !!!!!!!
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    gahabana got a reaction from Igor in Kernel dev (4.9) - which board runs reasonably well - Orange PI One , NanoPI Neo or something else ?   
    hi all, @bzrfp, 
    finally got last weekend NanoPi NEO. 
    Went to my Armbian directory, fired it up, said i'd like Ubuntu Xenial with devt kernel console and 20 mins later i had the image. I have customized image build for my odroid-c2 (added squeezelite package to lib.config file under userpatches directory and i added roon endpoint install script (slightly modified)) to avoid having to type couple of commands into produced image once its made.
    So my Armbian build process is really plain Armbian build plus install of squeezelite (for LMS server) and Roon Endpoint.
     
    Anyhow, burnt the image, tested it - rebooted, put in a case,connected usb dac and ethernet again and it's been working for a week with 0 hicups. Both as squeezelite player and roon endpoint. boots in less then 20 seconds ... but as i said did it only twice week ago
     
    I do have CPU cooler that i ordered with NanoPI NEO ... the ONLY change i made was put CPU in performance mode running at 1.2 GHz. .... worked well with less then 1Ghz as well ... Roon needs no CPU really (i can only test up to 192khz/24bit with my Benchmark DAC2) and squeezelite has no trouble with even converting DSD64 stream to PCM 192khz ... CPU utilisation in one of the cores jumps to 100% for a while but there are no dropouts.
     
    I do have Intona USB Isolator connected after it (its about 10 times bigger then NanoPI itself but i hear no major difference (nothing bad) compared to OdroidC2 nor the PC i used to have before as endpoint.
    for 15$ doesnt get much better
     
    Thanks to Armbian guys this is really easy !!!!!!!
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    gahabana reacted to zador.blood.stained in [Odroid C2] Can not build Wireless Driver   
    Some files appear to be missing in kernel headers package. This should be fixed in new release.