FergusL

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  1. That page says Neo Core is H2+, though both are very similar! http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi_NEO_Core/zh I'd have loved to get I2S available on that one but heh, still an awesome idea to produce modules ! Oh wait, that's Nanopi Duo thread! Form factor is also similar to Chip Pro, though Chip has 4 time less processor cores (and so far makers like us are still forced to either request a sale to get ONE of the advertised $16 board or accept to pay $50 for the devboard) Also very similar to Seeed's Linkit Smart though also again much more power in th
  2. That's super fine, thanks for the mention and I'm glad to see it adopted that quickly! I in fact made these script for a projet as well, I'm working on low latency audio software running on the NanoPi. The only thing that has to be double checked in these scripts is the compatibility with other services running with systemd. Yeah please tell me how it works when you've tested it!
  3. Hello! Posting here as it's both the most recent and most precise topic about that issue. I've managed to make two shell scripts to switch between Access Point and client mode for wifi. I hope I haven't forgotten any other settings I've tweaked elsewhere on the system. I'm not using nmcli/tui for creating the AccessPoint since the load option of the module makes this a bit tricky. Instead this is standard hostapd for AP settings + dnsmasq for serving DHCP. As stated in the files, this needs testing as well as checking regarding how to deal exactly with systemd services. Save
  4. I can confirm the same as of now with version 5.26, option 4 works and option 5 fails. This is on NanoPi Air (makes no difference anyway). The rt patch has changed meanwhile and the file to enable is now: lib/patch/kernel/sun8i-default/30-real-time143-full-plus-rt-fixes.patch.disabled
  5. I received NanoPi NEO and NEO Air boards along with the NanoHat PCM5102a that FriendlyArm is selling: http://www.friendlyarm.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=169 It's a good quality audio stereo out addon board compatible with NEO and NEO Air. I got it working with Armbian on NEO Air! I adapted commits from FA's repo to match Armbian's tree and get that DAC working, (original commits here: https://github.com/friendlyarm/h3_lichee/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=pcm5102a+&type=Commits). Add these to 'userpatches/kernel/sun8i-default`: https://gist.github.com/Simo