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  1. If at the start of uBoot we press <Space> the startup stops and allows us to enter some commands, it seems that the example proposed in the ducomentación works. https://docs.armbian.com/Hardware_Allwinner/#how-to-reconfigure-video-output > setenv video-mode sunxi=1024x768-24@60,monitor=dvi,hpd=0,edid=0 > saveenv Is this the complete list of possible commands, does anyone know the whereabouts of a complete list? Thank you
  2. Hi. I have spent many days trying to make the boot (UBoot) rotate the screen without success, I am not an expert and maybe it is not possible or maybe if ... but I do not succeed. It makes me angry to know and to have achieved it without any difficulty with a RaspberryPi 3 (in my case) without suffering the slightest, simply by adding display_rotate = X in /boot/config.txt and that there is no way for Armbian. I wish someone would tell me if it is possible (and how) or it is not possible. And in case it is not possible, my heartfelt wish is that I implement it just for the simple fact that in Raspbian it is possible and in such a simple way. Thank you
  3. These days I have been trying several things: It seems that UBoot is in charge of starting the system and configuring the kernel. Which is initially configured from '/boot/boot.cmd' which takes the variables from '/boot/armbianEnv.txt', in my case add the rotation variable (possibly: fbcon=rotate:3, lcd_rotate=3 or display_rotate=3) no effect arose. In fact the changes were not showing in the output file '/proc/cmdline.txt'. Try modifying the '/boot/boot.cmd' directly and recompiling as indicated at the end of the same file, and it had no effect either. This time the changes were reflected after the system restarted in '/proc/cmdline.txt'. I wanted to do the test of simply changing the default 1920x1080p60 resolution to 1280x720p60 by modifying the aforementioned files and it didn't have any effect either ... It was then that I realized that the system always booted at 1920x1080 but automatically changed at one stage of the boot to 1560x2048. .. I was reading in one of the forum posts that possibly the HDMI system called EDID would be serving the idea resolution information to the system at startup and regardless of what you put it, it will adapt the configuration to that "ideal" data. So I understand that I need: 1. "Deactivate" EDID. 2. Modify the resolution at UBoot startup, for example 1280x720p60. 3. Know how and where to add the rotation. I have found out a lot and fixed very little, in fact now I have more problems than before ... Can any soul help me out, please.
  4. Edit: --------------------------------------------------------------- OrangePi PC+ ARMBIAN Buster and Focal v20.05.x Problem: I can't get UBoot to rotate the screen. Solution: I still don't know. --------------------------------------------------------------- Hi. I am using a Tablet Display with a controller (link) as a monitor, the case is that the controller is vertical (1536x2048) and I want to use the monitor in landscape mode (more normal). The ARMbian system of my OrangePi PC + single terminal without desktop starts rotated (vertical). Once started from the command line I can write: echo 3 | sudo tee /sys/class/graphics/fbcon/rotate_all and it turns in my case the side I need. But, when rebooting the spin is lost, the state has been trying without success for me the solutions that I could put into practice of those that are in the forum and reading it understood that I must say in the configuration of the UBoot the position with which I want the system maybe start with: "fbcon=rotate:3" but I can't find how or where. Can you help me ?. Thank you
  5. Hi. I have been testing with the Image of the RetroPi for OPI Lite and the Desktop image of ARMbian 5.36 and in appearance with the ARMbian it is always connected and with retrorangepi it is very unstable, it connects when you want ... I find it a scam because in theory RetrOragePi 4.1 is based on the same version of ARMbian (the v5.36), do you think I should configure something?
  6. Hello everyone. I encourage you to write these lines after I spend all day reading and trying to solve the problem without success. Knowing that there are other many post about, I write this new that existing ones are already very old and refer to applications and concepts that no longer exist in the latest versions of ARMbian. The fact is that I bought a new OrangePi Lite with a new SDHC Clase10 (80MBs) SanDisk and basically not I connect to the WIFI 2.4 g connection of my house where work perfectly without any problems other Zero OPI and OPI PC + with ARMbian 5.35 Ubuntu. The summary problem is it asks me again the password and does not connect. (of course the password is correct). Expanding the information about the problem: -To this day (01 Dec 2017) to OPI LITE will install the latest version of the compilation of the RetrorangePi 4.1 using ARMbian 5.35 Ubuntu. Everything perfect until you try to configure the wifi by the usual channels: Failure through the execution of the Script in EmuStation. Failure through the X GUI. Failure through the virtual terminal with "nmtui" (Network Manager). Failure through the console with 'nmtui' mode. Same error for all, finds the correct SSID, asks password, takes a few seconds and returns to show you the window so that you put the correct password. Then after I thought it would be because of the distribution and tried more things. -I thought try the latest version ARMbian available at this time "5.35 ARMbian Ubuntu Xenial 3.4.113" in Server and Desktop versions with the same results. I already started to look for the Forum and try without success. -I have tested by discarding ARMbian 5.35 compilations Ubuntu and RetrorangePi 4.1 which correspond in the OPI PC + and have worked without incident, everything perfect. -Finally I've tried previous versions 5.25 ARMbian Ubuntu Server and Desktop and connect by GUI and Network Manager (nmtui) without problems. I could do: route -n ping 8.8.8.8 nslookup google.es I have also been able to navigate with firefox perfectly. i.imgur.com/cK24NcC.png Well, I think that may be enough. I hope you can guide me so that I can connect from the latest version (ARMbian 5.35 Ubuntu) to WIFI and then apply the same arrangement to the RetrorangePi 4.1 compilation. Thank you very much for your time and patience. Español Original: Some visited sites:
  7. ENG (GTranslator) Hello friends. I have an Orange Pi Zero v1.1 running perfectly with ARMbian 3.4.113 server and I connect via PUTTY SSH Client. I use the OPI to control a PRUSA Steel 3D printer with the Octoprint program and I am very happy with the results. For reasons of mobility and distance, I came up with the idea of being able to compile Marlin Firmware updates through the OPI Zero. I've searched and everything found is meant to use the Arduino IDE in graphical mode with X-Window. But as you know the ARMbian for the IPO Zero lacks a graphical system and everything moves by terminal. Can you help me with this question? Do you know how to do terminal mode, compile and upload Sketch's to Arduino? Thank you very much. ESP (original) Hola amigos. Tengo una Orange Pi Zero v1.1 funcionando perfectamente con ARMbian 3.4.113 server y me conecto a través de PUTTY SSH Client. Uso la OPI para controlar una impresora 3D tipo PRUSA Steel con el programa Octoprint y estoy muy contento con los resultados. Por cuestiones de movilidad y distancia, me surgió la idea de poder compilar las actualizaciones del Firmware Marlin a través del la OPI Zero. He buscado y todo lo encontrado se refiere a utilizar el IDE Arduino en modo gráfico con X-Window. Pero como ya sabrán el ARMbian para la OPI Zero carece de sistema gráfico y todo se mueve por terminal. ¿Pueden ayudarme con esta cuestión? ¿Saben como hacer para trabajar en modo terminal, compilar y subir Sketch's al Arduino? Muchas gracias.
  8. Hi. Thank you for your answers. I am nobato in the world of the miniPc ARM and they are very green as far as linux is concerned. I have tried installing the WINE from the repository without success, I suppose that is why it is not compiled for ARM (I am wrong?). So at the moment it is not possible to use simple applications for windows in our Orange Pi? Can experts advise me?
  9. Hi. I would like to know if you can and how to, install WINE on my Orange Pi PC +, I am using the ARMBian v5.25 distribution (Ubuntu). Thank you. I saw this tutorial for RaspberryPi https://eltechs.com/run-wine-on-raspberry-pi/
  10. Hi. I am new to the MiniPC world and thank you for your help beforehand. I have managed to install ARMBian on my Orange Pi PC + and it occurred to me to use it as a STEAM Link with MOONLIGHT software that gives such good results in its version for Android. The linux version runs from an independent one here. The problem is that it does not let me install the dependencies, I leave them an image. I have tried it from XTerminal as from 'Synaptic Package Mannager' As I say I am new to this, if someone who knows how to operate explained it I would be very grateful. Thank you very much. //------------------------------------------\\