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  1. Hi, impressive , thanks@balbes150 I briefly tested the Armbian_5.37_S9xxx_Debian_stretch_3.14.29_xfce_20171226.img.xz on W95(S905W) Box with 1/8G It really works! of course I have 3 minor problems 1. WIFI driver for SSV6051P in W95 the wifi chip is SSV6051P this chip is supported in the newest LibreELEC, and the drivers source code is here https://kszaq.libreelec.tv/sources/ (thanks to kszaq) How I can add this WIFI driver to Armbian S9xxx? 2. Install to eMMC (NAND) I try the ./install.sh and nand_sata_install and armbian-config ... all is done but the system is not starting from eMMC, only from SD card Is tere anything else I should do/copy to be able to start it from eMMC without SD card? 3. Sinks in Pulse this device has 3 audio output (analog, spdif, hdmi) but in the pulse I can see only one sink, the audio output is hdmi device Is there any way to add the rest of the devices? Any advice how to fix these issues? Thx
  2. Try the image from here: https://dl.armbian.com/orangepizeroplus2-h3/
  3. thank you @mantabernd for this hint with 1500000 bit/s I added this to ap6212-bluetooth and it works I'm able to stream audio to OPI Zero Plus 2 H3 via Bluetooth # Start patching rfkill unblock all echo "0" > /sys/class/rfkill/rfkill0/state echo "1" > /sys/class/rfkill/rfkill0/state echo " " > /dev/$PORT hciattach /dev/$PORT bcm43xx 1500000 flow bdaddr $MAC_OPTIONS hciconfig hci0 up
  4. I have exactly the same problem on Orange Pi Zero Plus 2 H3 (the same Broadcom AP6212a) phone is connected via bluetooth, in pulse I can see it as A2DP source but the audio is cut off each and every second in my case I'm not using I2S - so it is not related with I2S but with bluetooth or pulse Any idea how to fix this is appreciated. thanks
  5. Yes, downgrade is the only option so far, below link to the bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/chromium-browser/+bug/1702633
  6. It is definitely problem in the new chromium. But no fix/solution so far. The workaround that I'm using: 1. on the fresh armbian before apt update && apt upgrade 2. sudo apt install synaptic 3. in synaptic lock the current chromium version (58.0.3029.110-0ubuntu0.16.04.1281) 4. apt update && apt upgrade
  7. I have the same problem, on the fresh Armbian the chrome-browser works OK but after the apt update && apt upgrade I can't start chromium anymore tested on OPI PC+ and on OPI Zero Plus H3 any clue how to do this "rolling back"? thx
  8. Hi, thanks to this tutorial: I was able to add optical S/PDIF module to my orange pi zero plus 2 h3 - It works But I noticed the the every time when a sound is played it causes the SPDIF output on the OPI to initialise (switch on the red light) which takes about 1-2 seconds, after the sound has finished the SPDIF output goes back to sleep (switch off the red light). As a result on every new audio that is played the first 1-2 second is lost off This is not a problem if I'm listening radio but in case of quick phrases spoken by the synthesizer(my case) this is a real problem. Is there any way to keep S/PDIF output ON between sounds?
  9. recently I installed the Ubuntu Desktop on Orange Pi Zero 2+ H3 the Orange Pi Zero 2+ H3 device has only one micro USB OTG port during the first Armbian installation this port should be in dual mode -> power of course and in my opinion the second mode should be a HID gadget (g_hid) in this case we will be able to plug the keyboard via some micro USB hub and setup the system unfortunately this doesn't work like this and right now the installation process isn't so ease now the questions begins -> is it possible? Any clue how to do this? Thx PS I was able to do the installation because I have Orange Pi Zero Expansion board which is compatible with Orange Pi Zero Plus 2 H3 (confirmed with Xunlong)
  10. I'm writing this post from Orange Pi Zero 2+ H3 so it works I downloaded the desktop image from "other download options and archive" In my opinion the Ubuntu desktop – legacy kernel can be added to the "Orange Pi Zero 2+ H3" download page During the installation I had only one problem with USB OTG - I will describe it in detail in separate thread. PS I'm traing to switch the device in my project from OPiPC+ to PPiZero2+H3(because of the bluetooth and small size) I will share the experiences. Thanks again @Igor the Armbian is awesome!
  11. I would like to try to upgrade into simple desktop the Orange Pi Zero 2+ H3 but the link pointed by @Igor doesn't work, any suggestion how to do this upgrade/switch? PS There is no desktop version for Orange Pi Zero 2+ H3 yet
  12. this time the delivery was fast now it will be nice to try the Armbian on it Question: is it already possible to install the Armbian on Orange Pi Zero Plus 2 H3? Thx
  13. there is some info/description here http://www.cnx-software.com/2017/03/30/orange-pi-2g-iot-arm-linux-development-board-with-2ggsm-support-is-up-for-sale-for-9-90/
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