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  1. Great job! What CNC software are you running, and which CNC are you using? It looks nice and compact. Love that little PSU.
  2. Hey @MX_Master, reporting in with some more numbers with the 4.13 RT stuff. # uname -a Linux nanopi-neo 4.13.11-rt3 #2 SMP PREEMPT RT Thu Nov 30 11:17:18 CST 2017 armv7l GNU/Linux # cyclictest -a -t -n -p80 # /dev/cpu_dma_latency set to 0us policy: fifo: loadavg: 0.11 0.10 0.03 1/94 920 T: 0 ( 915) P:80 I:1000 C: 238476 Min: 6 Act: 9 Avg: 9 Max: 38 T: 1 ( 916) P:80 I:1500 C: 158983 Min: 5 Act: 9 Avg: 9 Max: 27 T: 2 ( 917) P:80 I:2000 C: 119238 Min: 8 Act: 9 Avg: 8 Max: 17 T: 3 ( 918) P:80 I:2500 C: 95390 Min: 7 Act: 9 Avg: 9 Max: 16
  3. No H3 board I've seen has broken out the connections for line in. I'd really love that simple addition to any board, but it hasn't happened yet.
  4. Orange PI One OTG HID

    If you are using the mainline kernel, you can use configfs for setting up USB HID. Try this example: modprobe libcomposite mount -t configfs none /sys/kernel/config cd /sys/kernel/config/usb_gadget mkdir g1 cd g1 mkdir configs/c.1 mkdir functions/hid.usb0 echo 1 > functions/hid.usb0/protocol echo 1 > functions/hid.usb0/subclass echo 8 > functions/hid.usb0/report_length cat my_report_desc > functions/hid.usb0/report_desc mkdir strings/0x409 mkdir configs/c.1/strings/0x409 echo 0xa4ac > idProduct echo 0x0525 > idVendor echo serial > strings/0x409/serialnumber echo manufacturer > strings/0x409/manufacturer echo HID Gadget > strings/0x409/product echo "Conf 1" > configs/c.1/strings/0x409/configuration echo 120 > configs/c.1/MaxPower ln -s functions/hid.usb0 configs/c.1 ls /sys/class/udc > UDC Which I got from my own working USB OTG ethernet + midi + file storage script and this example here. Note that they create a file called "my_report_desc" for HID specific stuff.
  5. Samba Setup

    Need to see your smb.conf file to help you on this. Its most likely a permission problem, like allowing guests to see the samba share.
  6. This isn't a feature with the H2/H3 device trees because those CPUs don't have a DPI interface. You could try to use notro's fbtft library using the parallel option to drive your display, but I don't think he has support for RGB24.
  7. Cool, I didn't know RT patches for 4.13 were out already! Thats great news, I should bump up my version. Are you building your kernel using the armbian toolset or your own? Another point is that mine is specifically for the nanopi neo, which doesn't involve any HDMI setup or clocking. I'm not sure if that affects the results of cyclictest, but it might, as the HDMI subsystem must involve interrupts to the kernel. Armbian also ships with irqutils, which balances the irqs over the 4 cores (or 3, as you have one isolated). I have no idea if that matters either. I'm using my stuff for audio, and having the full RT kernel helps with audio dropouts on my USB device. Using alsa (no jack) I can get it down to ~10ms round trip. Without RT it was more like ~30ms. I've found the best test of any RT system is how it responds with your application.
  8. Sure thing! Here are my results: # cyclictest -p 80 -t5 -n -a # /dev/cpu_dma_latency set to 0us policy: fifo: loadavg: 0.12 0.17 0.08 1/93 193 T: 0 ( 186) P:80 I:1000 C: 551057 Min: 5 Act: 8 Avg: 8 Max: 29 T: 1 ( 187) P:80 I:1500 C: 367371 Min: 5 Act: 8 Avg: 7 Max: 44 T: 2 ( 188) P:80 I:2000 C: 275529 Min: 7 Act: 8 Avg: 7 Max: 13 T: 3 ( 189) P:80 I:2500 C: 220423 Min: 7 Act: 8 Avg: 7 Max: 11 T: 4 ( 190) P:80 I:3000 C: 183685 Min: 5 Act: 8 Avg: 7 Max: 24 I have isolcpus=2,3 running, and I'm running a mainline 4.11 kernel with the rt patch, as well as an ethernet patch and usb otg patch. It is also a buildroot environment, so I'm not sure how much that is skewing these results in my favor. # uname -a Linux nanopi-neo 4.11.9-rt7 #1 SMP PREEMPT RT Fri Sep 22 10:38:22 CDT 2017 armv7l GNU/Linux
  9. You can find discussion about this in another post on this forum: I find you don't get great latency in the legacy kernel, whereas my post with the mainline kernel has a max latency of 42 us.
  10. Looks like g_hid is broken on this build of armbian. Not sure why this hasn't been patched yet.
  11. Sorry, put sudo before those commands and run them again. It must be run as root. I'll try with a legacy stable image tonight and see if I can get it operational.
  12. Which kernel are you using? If you are using mainline, I understand than the OTG options aren't there yet. If on legacy, you can try: modprobe -r g_serial followed by: modprobe g_hid From there, see if any new devices are created. Full documentation is here:
  13. If you want the cyclictest results from a mainline kernel, here are mine: Linux nanopi-neo 4.11.9-rt7 #2 SMP PREEMPT RT Mon Aug 7 21:41:13 CDT 2017 armv7l GNU/Linux # cyclictest -p 80 -t5 -n # /dev/cpu_dma_latency set to 0us policy: fifo: loadavg: 0.05 0.05 0.01 1/96 220 T: 0 ( 208) P:80 I:1000 C: 572399 Min: 5 Act: 6 Avg: 8 Max: 42 T: 1 ( 209) P:80 I:1500 C: 381600 Min: 6 Act: 9 Avg: 8 Max: 34 T: 2 ( 210) P:80 I:2000 C: 286200 Min: 5 Act: 9 Avg: 7 Max: 25 T: 3 ( 211) P:80 I:2500 C: 228960 Min: 6 Act: 9 Avg: 8 Max: 29 T: 4 ( 212) P:80 I:3000 C: 190800 Min: 5 Act: 11 Avg: 8 Max: 30
  14. You can find a 4.11.9 rt patch here: I have a vanilla mainline kernel with that patch applied and it works for me. I think armbian uses a separate github directory, so you might need to tweak the patch.
  15. Buildroot realtime image for nanopi neo

    It looks like your patches applied correctly, comparing your images to my make menuconfig shows its the same. I'm not sure why you're not getting ethernet. Once your board boots up, if you type "ifup eth0" it should come up. Also check the /etc/network/interfaces file to make sure eth0 is define, like this: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp wait-delay 15 I tested my mainline image on an orangepi zero and it booted right away with ethernet, so I'm not sure what is wrong. If you change out your SD card and power supply or USB cable you may have luck.