martinayotte

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    martinayotte got a reaction from guidol in Switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y   
    hummm ! Trying to prepare for commit my previous work, I faced a huge git merge conflict ...
    I had to do a new "git clone" to get rid of the conflict ... I'm now working on redoing every fixes one by one ...
    Maybe it will take few days ...
     
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Igor in Armbian v20.05 (Kagu) Planning Thread   
    On my side, I'm planning to commit my work for Allwinner 5.6.y, since it now without RCs ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from balbes150 in Armbian EMMC Image for NanoPi-K2   
    Ok ! I've downloaded RK3399, copied its boot.scr and placed it on the SD, it got a bit further : there was a reboot in the middle of the process, then it booted in some kind of emergency mode without login prompt.


     
    And here is the "dmesg" :
     


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    martinayotte got a reaction from balbes150 in Armbian EMMC Image for NanoPi-K2   
    It doesn't boot with SDCard alone :  http://ix.io/2faw
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    martinayotte got a reaction from haajee in Orange pi 4   
    As I said, formatting is completely not needed since "etcher" will overwrite using partition scheme provided by the image.
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    martinayotte got a reaction from aaditya in Pinebook Pro   
    That is a MUST if you wish to help figured out why your PBP doesn't boot.
     
    BTW, no one here got an Armbian image working with the LCD display yet !
    We still have to figure out why, but it will take time ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from sfx2000 in How enable SPI slave mode?   
    Most SoC are not "slave capable" but only "master" ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from JORGETECH in Problems enabling UART serial console on Orange Pi Lite 2   
    Beware that TX output of OPiLite2 is 3.3V while your Arduino RX expect 5V, so it is maybe the reason why you don't see any output ...
    Better purchase a 3.3V compatible USB-TTL dongle.
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    martinayotte got a reaction from JORGETECH in Problems enabling UART serial console on Orange Pi Lite 2   
    Don't do that, it can burn your H5 UART, RS232 are using inverted level of +/- 9V to 12V !!!
    Right ! Not only CP2102, but there are others, such CH340.
    Seeing your footer, in the meantime, you can use your OPiZero since it has UART1 on header.
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Cybrpunk in Switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y   
    Ok ! I passed the main hurdles ... The worst one was that many obsolete time32 helpers that are now definitively gone/erased, but we still need them for out-of-the-tree wifi drivers, so I had to put them back using timekeeping32.patch.
    I will do few more test images for my different Allwinner boards, then I will be ready for commit ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Cybrpunk in Switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y   
    I've started the work of switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y, as usual, few DT duplicates and fixes ...
    But I've faced also a big change related to 'file_operations' been changed to 'proc_ops' in all places over the kernel, which cause that all our EXTRAWIFI needs to be fixed.
    I hope to get it done by the end of this evening ...
     
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Cybrpunk in Switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y   
    All my Allwinner boards are currently on 5.6.0-rcX, but since it still RCs, I didn't committed my change to Armbian repo yet ...
     
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    martinayotte got a reaction from stut in SPI NOR chips, what to buy for a ZeroPi?   
    Most of them are working as long as they are 2.7V and above. Frequency is not really an issue since in DT it is usually set 40MHz and could be lowered manually by editing DTS.
    I've used Winbond ones on both my OPiZeros and OPiPC2. So, I suggest Winbond one, but maybe also GigaDevice.
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    martinayotte got a reaction from SanchoSK in [Solved] Difficulty accessing gpio via the sunxi-gpio export interface   
    I'm usually running Mainline, but in this case, I've rebooted with a Legacy, the "orangepilite 3.4.112-sun8i" and gave it a try.
     
    It didn't worked with gpio5, but was working perfectly with gpio110.
     
    So, since you got "Device or resource busy" using gpio110, we need more details :
     
    Did you tried gpio110 right after reboot (because it could be "busy" by some other apps) ?
    What kind is your board exactly ?
    Is your 3.4 coming from Armbian ? (which subversion ?)
     
    EDIT : what "cat /sys/kernel/debug/gpio" is showing ?
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Igor in Switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y   
    Ok ! So, it is like that since prehistoric time ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from guidol in Switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y   
    Ok ! I passed the main hurdles ... The worst one was that many obsolete time32 helpers that are now definitively gone/erased, but we still need them for out-of-the-tree wifi drivers, so I had to put them back using timekeeping32.patch.
    I will do few more test images for my different Allwinner boards, then I will be ready for commit ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Werner in Switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y   
    Ok ! I passed the main hurdles ... The worst one was that many obsolete time32 helpers that are now definitively gone/erased, but we still need them for out-of-the-tree wifi drivers, so I had to put them back using timekeeping32.patch.
    I will do few more test images for my different Allwinner boards, then I will be ready for commit ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Igor in Switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y   
    Ok ! I passed the main hurdles ... The worst one was that many obsolete time32 helpers that are now definitively gone/erased, but we still need them for out-of-the-tree wifi drivers, so I had to put them back using timekeeping32.patch.
    I will do few more test images for my different Allwinner boards, then I will be ready for commit ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from lanefu in Switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y   
    Ok ! I passed the main hurdles ... The worst one was that many obsolete time32 helpers that are now definitively gone/erased, but we still need them for out-of-the-tree wifi drivers, so I had to put them back using timekeeping32.patch.
    I will do few more test images for my different Allwinner boards, then I will be ready for commit ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from lanefu in Orangepi 3 h6 allwiner chip   
    I'm currently busy on switching sunxi-dev to 5.6.y, but if any PR is provided, I'm ready to merge it ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Werner in Kernel 5.4.18 to 5.5 GPIO Input Pull up doesnt work   
    Why ? I've better things to do, such as preparing the switch of Armbian DEV to 5.6.y ...
    If it doesn't compile and you wish it to compile, it is up to yourself to look into output/debug/compilation.log for details and search for "error:" !
    Don't ask other to do your own tasks for you !
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    martinayotte got a reaction from MX_Master in Switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y   
    I've started the work of switching SUNXI-DEV to 5.6.y, as usual, few DT duplicates and fixes ...
    But I've faced also a big change related to 'file_operations' been changed to 'proc_ops' in all places over the kernel, which cause that all our EXTRAWIFI needs to be fixed.
    I hope to get it done by the end of this evening ...
     
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    martinayotte reacted to lanefu in Fixed Width font for forum "spoilers"   
    I'd like a fixed with font inside the spoiler.
     
    Ugly inside spoiler
     
    Pretty fixed width font in code block
     
     
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    martinayotte reacted to Werner in Rename Supporter to Donator   
    Since - in my eyes - at least - there is a likelihood of confusion regarding the "Supporter" tag of members that actually (recurring) donating to the project. People could think "Supporter" means staff member that actually support people with their issues. The real staff rank, Moderator and Administrator to say, is "hidden" in their individual profiles. Since I like the idea of flat hierarchy I do not suggest to make the actual staff visible in forum postings but simply rename the Supporter to something like "Donator" to make it clear that these people donated to the project but are not necessarly involved into it.
     
    Tell me what you think,
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    martinayotte reacted to Werner in Rename Supporter to Donator   
    38 views and one like. So at the moment the majority of people is for this change