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  1. Hi norrest, I was able to fix my tutorial to work with the latest armbian sources. The errors in your post are based on changed references in the *.dtsi file (e.g. old label: "pwm0_pins_a" new label: "pwm0_pin" ...). Please try to follow the updated tutorial. Steffen
  2. Hi Igor, hi all, I invested some time in the problem over the weekend and was able to find a solution. I also found a workaround for the shutdown/poweroff-issue. Here is the link to the updated tutorial: Now it would be nice to have a device tree overlay for this display. @Igor, can you include the driver for the touchscreen by default (kernel config / not as module)? Can anybody help to create a overlay? Steffen
  3. Hello, a few months ago I wrote a tutorial to enable the 7" touch display for Banan Pi and Banana Pi Pro. Unfortunately the files (*.dts e.g. sun7i-a20-bananapro.dts) have changed and I don't know how to integrate the patches in the current armbian version. Does anybody know how to do it? Is there already a overlay to enable it? Thanks. Steffen
  4. Hi, add rmmod sun4i_gpadc in /etc/rc.local But I do not understand why there is no real fix for this problem. Steffen
  5. Hello, I know there are some threads regarding this issue, but there does not seem to be a correct solution. Since kernel 4.14 (or maybe earlier), there are some Kworker processes that consume 10-25% CPU. In May 2018 I once had an image built with the kernel 4.17.13. With this the problem had disappeared. But now with the DEV-kernel 4.19.X it's back. Can someone please investigate or say something about this? Steffen
  6. Hi, ist it possible to select a specific kernel version in the build tool (not only next, dev ...)? I need kernel 4.17. Thanks. Steffen
  7. Hi, thanks for the quick reply. I will try to build a new image with the *.eos config. Thanks. Steffen
  8. Hi Igor, hi team, we are using Armbian since the the first version. We only using it with Banana Pi and Banana Pi Pro. Yesterday I wanted to build a new image for our BananaPro projects, but unfortunately there is no support for Banana Pi Pro anymore. Why? Is it possible to continue supporting this board? What is the difference to the Banana Pi? You still support Banana Pi. Thanks. Steffen
  9. root@bpro:/etc/armbianmonitor/datasources# ll insgesamt 0 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 27 Aug 8 12:03 pmictemp -> /sys/power/axp_pmu/pmu/temp lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 47 Aug 8 12:03 soctemp -> /sys/devices/virtual/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp root@bpro:/etc/armbianmonitor/datasources# cat pmictemp 31700 root@bpro:/etc/armbianmonitor/datasources# cat soctemp cat: soctemp: Das Argument ist ungültig /usr/bin/armbianmonitor: Zeile 352: [: -ge: Einstelliger (unärer) Operator erwartet. °C 32.2°C 4.89V 0/6 18:11:45: 960MHz 0.43 8% 3% 4% 0% 0% 0%/usr/bin/armbianmonitor: Ze
  10. Hi Igor, I tried to change the value from "console=both" to "console=tty0", but when I try this with armbian-config there is no "console=" entry in /proc/cmdline anymore. How can I remove "console=ttyS0,115200" ? Steffen
  11. Hi, I have a BananaPi and BananaPi Pro connected to the Lemaker 7" TouchLCD. When I boot the system, I can't see any console output. I only see a flashing cursor in the left top corner and then it starts the X-window-manager. What do I have to change to see the boot messags on my LVDS LCD? I have tried to change the console=both value to tty0 or tty1 via armbian-config, but this doesn't work. Any ideas? Here is the output from cat /proc/cmdline: root=UUID=e9635572-227e-485c-b76d-b4f0d6d34394 rootwait rootfstype=ext4 c
  12. Hi, yesterday I installed kernel 4.17.13 - problem is solved! Steffen
  13. EDIT: 04.01.2020 - Fixed patches to work with latest armbian sources. (references have changed) Hi everybody, Here is a tutorial to enable the Lemaker 7" Touchscreen on BananaPi Pro with Debian Buster and Mainline-Kernel 5.XX.XX. Kernel: Mainline 5.4.6 / Buster Board: BananaPi Pro WebLinks: • https://forum.armbian.com/topic/1905-enabling-lcd-in-u-boot-kernel-472/ • https://forum.armbian.com/topic/1849-touch-driver-banana-pi/ • http://www.atakansarioglu.com/getting-started-bananapi-linux/ • http://forum.lemaker.org/thr
  14. Thanks a lot. Than I will try to build my environment based on Debian Stretch and Mainline-Kernel. Steffen