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  1. Issues with lamobo-r1 and new distribution

    As of today 11:31 AM, my uptime reports: up 20 days, 12:26 Due to the fact that my R1 router is also a web server and every three or four days I had to shut it down to get things working again, I'd say that the new dsa config with the new b53 driver works quite well
  2. Issues with lamobo-r1 and new distribution

    Witch distribuiton are you using? I had the same problems when using Ubuntu Xenial Mainline 4.9.7 image ... even if setting in sysctl.conf the forwarding settings. Right now I'm on Debian Jessie Mainline 4.9.7 (upgraded from an older version)
  3. Banana Pi R as router

    If we did want to stick a AT93C66A in there, like the diagram says... what do you have to program this circuit with? Can we get a code from somewere?
  4. Issues with lamobo-r1 and new distribution

    I've noticed that when restarting network service (/etc/init.d/networking restart) the network speed slows down... so by deleting the created vlans and recreating them at network init, everything goes as it should
  5. Issues with lamobo-r1 and new distribution

    The script lamobo-r1 has 4 command line switches For the router part, the script vlans are configured: eth0.101 with lan1, lan2, lan3, lan4 and wlan configured through bridge br0; eth0.102 with wan configured through br1 lamobo-r1 routerup lamobo-r1 routerdown As for the switch part, the script has only one vlan: eth0.101 with lan1, lan2, lan3, lan4, wlan and wan configured through bridge br0 lamobo-r1 switchup lamobo-r1 switchdown If you check the interfaces example files you will notice that this lines are included at some point
  6. Issues with lamobo-r1 and new distribution

    As of this moment, my uptime is 10 days, 2:30:48... so far so good... not a single freeze till now.
  7. Issues with lamobo-r1 and new distribution

    I'm back with good news I hope: an update with network configuration on the new 5.25 jessie mainline distribution I've been using the 5.24 nightly builds for a while (now I'm back on the 5.25 main builds) and with the help of weisl's comment on git hub: https://github.com/igorpecovnik/lib/issues/511#issuecomment-269622336, I've managed some working network configs that everyone can find on this link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ciiun8n56c46q2n/AACfXvu5cEoZS5jbO6Xc5L4Ha?dl=0 Add those into '/etc/network' folder and they should work ('interfaces' and 'lamobo-r1' files). I only tested the ppp router configuration since that is all I need but feel free to test the other ones as you please and reply with the needed changes or the confirmation that they work. Testing the new b53 dsa driver looks promising until now... I'll hold of the nightly builds for a while to see if the freezes will resurface like they used to and will be back with a feedback For those who are curious, the second archive in the dropbox share named w1-therm.tar.gz is a script that I used to patch the dtb so I wouldn't have to go at each upgrade through this process: https://forum.armbian.com/index.php/topic/993-ds18b20-temperature-sensor-in-lamobo-r1/#entry16089
  8. Issues with lamobo-r1 and new distribution

    Any guide on how to use the b53 driver? Found this in an article ( https://lwn.net/Articles/634787/ ) bridge vlan add vid 1 dev sw0p1 pvid untagged bridge vlan add vid 1 dev sw0p2 pvid untagged bridge vlan add vid 1 dev sw0p3 pvid untagged bridge vlan add vid 1 dev sw0p4 pvid untagged bridge vlan add vid 1 dev sw0p8 bridge vlan add vid 2 dev sw0p0 pvid untagged bridge vlan add vid 2 dev sw0p8 Does this do the trick to configure the ports as a router? Any other config tricks needed for it to work? I would like to test the new distro... as I understand, this new switch driver could fix the freezing issue
  9. Issues with lamobo-r1 and new distribution

    Sorry about complaining yesterday I too was frustrated since I spent the afternoon trying to make the new armbian 5.23 to work... I know that for armbian to be compatible with all boards takes a lot of work and testing. Since I enjoy tinkering with my board, not beeing able to fix what was happening, took a toll on me... Wasn't fair to you guys So to make this clear, thank you for your hard work. As for donations... fire away with a paypal account or something... I'm sure I'm not the only one that can spare some cash for the cause
  10. Hello I had installed on my lamobo-r1 as of this afternoon, armbian 5.20... I then decided to upgrade to 5.23 and after that networking went haywire... nothing worked anymore "swconfig list" showed nothing as if module for the broadcom switch wasn't loaded After the last buggy updates I'm almost afraid to upgrade anymore... what if anything else breaks in the process Right now I'm back to 5.20 with hold on "linux-dtb-next-sunxi linux-firmware-image-next-sunxi linux-headers-next-sunxi linux-image-next-sunxi linux-jessie-root-next-lamobo-r1 linux-u-boot-lamobo-r1-next" Very bad "puttycat"... quite sad actually I was really hoping some improvement since I do get some freezes once in a while... winter is coming and right now I can't hope anymore to rely on the R1 to use as a thermostat ...
  11. I can confirm... working for at least two weeks now... Thank you
  12. DS18B20 temperature sensor in Lamobo R1

    OK So here's what I did: - used a 4,7k resistor between data pin and +3,3v pin on the DS18B20. - used the same pin (12) in /boot/bin/lamobo-r1.bin (bin2fex, edit, fex2bin): [w1_para] gpio = 12 - converted the /boot/dtb/sun7i-a20-lamobo-r1.dtb for editing dtc -I dtb -O dts -o sun7i-a20-lamobo-r1.dts sun7i-a20-lamobo-r1.dtb - search for the next section to add the lines below (no need for comments): led_pins@0 { allwinner,pins = "PH24"; allwinner,function = "gpio_out"; allwinner,drive = <0x0>; allwinner,pull = <0x0>; linux,phandle = <0x46>; phandle = <0x46>; }; + + w1_pin@0 { + allwinner,pins = "PH2"; + allwinner,function = "gpio_in"; + allwinner,drive = <0x0>; + allwinner,pull = <1>; + linux,phandle = <0x48>; /# X = incremented (hex) by searching the hole dts file for phandles #/ + phandle = <0x48>; /# X = same incremented value #/ + }; }; timer@01c20c00 { compatible = "allwinner,sun4i-a10-timer"; reg = <0x1c20c00 0x90>; interrupts = <0x0 0x16 0x4 0x0 0x17 0x4 0x0 0x18 0x4 0x0 0x19 0x4 0x0 0x43 0x4 0x0 0x44 0x4>; clocks = <0xa>; }; - go to next section and add the next lines (no need for comments): ps2@01c2a400 { compatible = "allwinner,sun4i-a10-ps2"; reg = <0x1c2a400 0x400>; interrupts = <0x0 0x3f 0x4>; clocks = <0x37 0x7>; status = "disabled"; }; + + onewire_device { + compatible = "w1-gpio"; + gpios = <0x22 0x7 0x2 0x0>; /# 0x22 value is taken from below, similar to the initial uploaded dtb (zador's); #/ /# the rest are the same as the initial uploaded dtb (zador's) #/ + pinctrl-names = "default"; + pinctrl-0 = <0x48>; /# X = same incremented value #/ + status = "okay"; + }; }; ahci-5v { compatible = "regulator-fixed"; pinctrl-names = "default"; pinctrl-0 = <0x42>; regulator-name = "ahci-5v"; regulator-min-microvolt = <0x4c4b40>; regulator-max-microvolt = <0x4c4b40>; regulator-boot-on; enable-active-high; gpio = <0x22 0x1 0x3 0x0>; status = "okay"; linux,phandle = <0x30>; phandle = <0x30>; }; usb0-vbus { compatible = "regulator-fixed"; pinctrl-names = "default"; pinctrl-0 = <0x43>; regulator-name = "usb0-vbus"; regulator-min-microvolt = <0x4c4b40>; regulator-max-microvolt = <0x4c4b40>; enable-active-high; gpio = <0x22 0x1 0x9 0x0>; status = "okay"; linux,phandle = <0x2b>; phandle = <0x2b>; }; - reconverted the new /boot/dtb/sun7i-a20-lamobo-r1.dts dtc -I dts -O dtb -o sun7i-a20-lamobo-r1.dtb sun7i-a20-lamobo-r1.dts - in /etc/modules added: w1-therm w1-gpio - now finnaly something appears in /sys/bus/w1/devices Thanks for the dtb... very usefull --- A patch I made to speed up the dtb patching of the new 5.25 jessie mainline armbian : https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ciiun8n56c46q2n/AACUw3qe981xrnoCWR7vgJ0ga/w1-temp.tar.gz?dl=0 ---
  13. DS18B20 temperature sensor in Lamobo R1

    Thank you very much ... in this way I can analyze it to see what I must change in the 5.16 armbian's dtb.
  14. DS18B20 temperature sensor in Lamobo R1

    Hello I'm trying to use the same DS18B20 with my Lamobo-R1 GPIO pins... I just can't seem to figure it out how to do it by using the guide above. I'm using 5.16 builds since 5.20 doesn't have the swconfig tool integrated ... I tried to use pin 7 form con3 as it is the default so called gpio = 4 (w1_para) and also tried pins 12, 16 and 18... can't seem to find anything... Modifying the dts for lamobo r1 isn't the same as above.... (I would like to understand what I'm supposed to modify) Thank you in advance
  15. Hardware Mod BPi-R1

    Hello all you happy people ... I'm back with an update First here's a photo I took tonight when I cleaned the dust out Also as of tonight my uptime was 25 days, 37 min There is an issue with HDMI though... When I leave the HDMI connected (even if I'm watching or not), after a while (3-4days) the system freezes. Also if the HDMI isn't connected at startup, there is no signal on screen when I connect the HDMI after the bootup... Anyone knows what's going on with that?