renaudrenaud

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  1. Question: does the so so WIFI is better with the LTS than the original Pi Zero?
  2. Gentlemen, I've spend time looking for the GPIO pinout for the Orange Pi Win I am using with Armbian. Specifically I would like to use SDA and SCL. Does Orange Pi publish some information on this subject? Thanks in advance for your information.
  3. Maybe you can try Volumio https://volumio.org/forum/volumio-orange-boards-t9692.html to check it is from the OS or from the card.
  4. Thanks Igor. I've done the USB solution to activate Wifi and now i can use Putty to play with it. Form factor is perfect for what I have to do but the Orange Pi Zero with H2+ has an horrible Wifi behavior, so I try with the H5 version. Thanks again Igor.
  5. Hello everybody and sorry to be sooo stupid. I used to play with Orange Pi Zero H2+ and there was RJ45: it allowed me to connect it via the LAN. Now, with the H5 version, there is no RJ45 connector. And there is no USB port. So how to gain access to this card to start configuration etc... ? Thanks in advance.
  6. Cant' exactly understand your question. Do you want to use the "TV OUT"? If yes, you have to add "tv" on the /etc/modules file and reboot. Do not forget: it is RCA or "composite" signal: usually on a TV the yellow RCA connector is for composite signal, the white for left audio channel and the red for right audio channel. Use an RCA connector and get tvout from pin 9 and GROUND from where you want. Use "tv" or "AV" or "Audio Video" on your TV.
  7. If we are about the wishlist, it would be really helpful to have access to I2S on the Zero.
  8. Sorry to borrow you with I suppose a basic question... I am not at home and I have to install an opz but the router here is managing address with 192.168.2.1 instead of 1.1... Please what I have to do on the opz to connect to the router? Sorry again for my lack of knowledge.
  9. Reading your messages it seems you have few little knowledge in computers and computer science. Maybe you would better to buy a Raspberry Pi and install Kodi on it: it will work with zero problem and you will save a huge amount of time. And also you would find with Raspberry more documentation and a huge community more patient than... https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/
  10. And Sylvain, if you like to be a pioneer you can go for this http://www.geekbuying.com/item/GeekBox-Open-Source-Cross-TV-BOX-Android-Ubuntu-Dual-Boot-4K-RK3368-Octa-Core-2G-16G-AC-WIFI-1000M-LAN-BT4-1-HDMI2-0-OTG-358067.html
  11. Why don't you use an SBC with GB LAN at low price around 20€ and a TV set box for 4K at 30€?
  12. More or less the same. I have a nice little project with retrorangepie and an old monitor for a bar, but I prefer die with my ideas instead of joining Facebook. Just the fact to write the word let me the impression my fingers are dirty. I have a BT gamepad working with Retropie and I want test it with retrorangepie on OPzero and it's beautiful composite output, perfect for an RF converter perfect for the antenna plug of the old monitor.
  13. Auto-answer mode "happy". I got the answer from diyaudio. parameter for the card is -o hw:CARD=snddaudio btw many many thanks for your all your invaluable job.