Lion Wang

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  1. 13 hours ago, tkaiser said:


    You don't get it. @Nora Lee edited her post above in the meantime. She posted just directly below the @Lion Wang already posted (you as moderator might see the edit history).


    So I thought it would be a nice joke to again post (which is plain stupid of course since there's no information anyway in that forum post other than a link to the sources) but then decided to switch to https:// since the last time it already worked that great.


    Remember this was a 404 yesterday but an hour ago Bananas delivered. Now they can show their superior performance again and make HTTPS work with their forum so they can again repair a broken link.


    BTW: Armbian is not affected: Accessing will redirect automagically to -- apt with HTTP only is not that much of an issue.



    When I'm in a bad mood, I'm glad to see your posts, because you're like my wife, always chattering, but I can't say no :)  hope you can help us to development BPI-W2

  2. yes , we must signed NDA , if not , we can not begin this project ,You may think it's pointless to start the project because it's not "open source",  but i know some few user need this . so i do it . I'm just finding the balance between "NDA" and "open source".So we need a lot of time.


    PS : I'm just tired of your endless attacks. It doesn't help open source any more,Therefore, I will not reply any messages to you. the best way You can show your support or stand by and look,


    Hey @chwe: what to do with this technical discussion here? 

    this is your target, delete this post or move it .  you can success. i know.

  3. 16 minutes ago, tkaiser said:


    OMG, you Banana folks will never get it. You and RealTek are not just plain GPL violators but if your above statement is true (which I doubt) you act also as stupid as in the past preventing talented community members helping you. Ask @frank-w, ask @Tido (maybe he'll explain to you again the 'release early, release often' benefits)


    My guess is you simply don't get sources from RealTek...

    we coworker with RealTek ,if not RealTek support ,we can not begin this project ,and we get all code ,and  we now work on kernel 4.9,but need some time to development at linux. when we redy ,will release it.



  4. 1 hour ago, lvmc said:


    @Lion Wang M2+ is missing the CPUx voltage regulator, that is a MUST have feature for all your products.


    let me think about it , it mean we need do CE,FCC test,again . and many user have use BPI-M2+ inside they are product . mean we need do double inventory

  5. On 2017/11/10 at 12:07 AM, lvmc said:


    The key point is CSI camera support without extension board, the missing point is no eMMC and tiny embedded RTC module.


    you can check BPI-M2+ ,also can use H2+ chip on BPI-M2+, have support eMMC onboard.

  6. Ok, I will arrange the person to spend more time on the document finishing, all the Suggestions are welcome.And I will not respond to any offensive remarks. Any good advice, I will listen, and will correct, I hope to grow with you,We all have our faults, and we all have our own specialties. Hard work doesn't always succeed, it just increases hope


    about H2, H3, H5 chip design.  we just support BPI-M2+ and BPI-Zero module .


    BPI-M2+ have H3 chip,1G RAM ,wifi ,gMac, 8G eMMC ,various Interfaces.


    BPI-M2 Zero with 512 RAM ,wifi,less Interfaces for low cost.


    This is based on inventory management considerations,  Because of batch production, at least 10K batch, And all tests, the certification costs are too high.  If the customer needs a special specification. We can only offer custom services. 

  7. 3 minutes ago, @lex said:



    Zero not add eMMC onboard ,just BPI-M2+ can support eMMC ,also support H2+ chip .   if we add eMMC onboard ,cost will higher.:0


    for allwinner H2+ and H3 chip PIN to PIN compatibility , so BPI-M2+ Zero also can use H3 chip onboard



    BPI-M2 Zero H3 2.jpg

  8. 14 minutes ago, tkaiser said:


    See also


    This is what happens if Armbian starts to officially support a device. We as volunteers explain in our spare time to Banana Pi customers why/how their hardware is flawed and how to workaround these hardware issues. And at the same time the responsible company repeats the same 'design decisions' just to trick their customers into believing RPi compatibility so that will continue over and over again. Only solution: raise awareness about hardware and company issues (the guy plagued by ignorance only recognizes as 'tkaiser attacking us').


    And now let's stop. Working on these SBCs should be fun if one is not paid (as it applies to all of us devs here). And with SinoVoip it's NO FUN AT ALL.



    orange pi is a perfect product ??, not any defect ??? they have complete product information service??? and write all right doucments??? 


    Why didn't you attack them???, why ,why .............What makes you lose basic justice??? And then you understand why I ignore you.  You even send email to our customers to let our customers choose orange PI.