martinayotte

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    martinayotte got a reaction from TonyMac32 in Lichee Pi zero   
    When I copy/pase links from AliExpress or eBay, I always shortening them manually to before the first "?" and check if link still relevant ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from TonyMac32 in Lichee Pi zero   
    When I copy/pase links from AliExpress or eBay, I always shortening them manually to before the first "?" and check if link still relevant ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from TonyMac32 in Lichee Pi zero   
    When I copy/pase links from AliExpress or eBay, I always shortening them manually to before the first "?" and check if link still relevant ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from vlad59 in Rock64pro   
    Rockpro64 has now overlays framework ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from manuti in adafruit ♥ armbian = CircuitPython on Linux and Orange Pi Make hardware and interf   
    @zador.blood.stained spend even more time than me on the overlays. I've worked more on the CONFIGFS side for RunTime-UserSpace overlays ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from TonyMac32 in Use GPIO on C2 with Mainline Kernel   
    I've just added the CONFIGFS patch for RunTime/UserSpace overlay loading, since "meson64-dev" is using Mainline, it was simply question of doing a copy of the patch ...
    Building image currently, I will test in maybe 15 mins... Then, maybe write a little overlay for UART1 ...
     
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    martinayotte got a reaction from NicoD in Rock64pro   
    What I found by digging Ayufan build script and comparing Rockchip Wiki, is that Ayufan doesn't place the u-boot-itb at sector 0x4000, but at sector 0x200, probably to avoid waste of space ...
    I'm about to do final commit in Armbian script, you will then have to simply do a build of the image.
     
    My commit will use "flow #2", but maybe the glitch in "flow #1" is maybe related to sector location too ...
     
    EDIT : Here is the commit https://github.com/armbian/build/commit/c3e46a5d863ebc4d00d666b3a19eed00e3d0c17d
     
    EDIT2 : I've tested the "nand-sata-install" on eMMC, and it is working fine too ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from NicoD in Rock64pro   
    What I found by digging Ayufan build script and comparing Rockchip Wiki, is that Ayufan doesn't place the u-boot-itb at sector 0x4000, but at sector 0x200, probably to avoid waste of space ...
    I'm about to do final commit in Armbian script, you will then have to simply do a build of the image.
     
    My commit will use "flow #2", but maybe the glitch in "flow #1" is maybe related to sector location too ...
     
    EDIT : Here is the commit https://github.com/armbian/build/commit/c3e46a5d863ebc4d00d666b3a19eed00e3d0c17d
     
    EDIT2 : I've tested the "nand-sata-install" on eMMC, and it is working fine too ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Faber in Rock64pro   
    I think I got it working ... But doing it manually, not within Armbian build scripts ...
    I will check if I can integrate that into them ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Faber in Rock64pro   
    I think I got it working ... But doing it manually, not within Armbian build scripts ...
    I will check if I can integrate that into them ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Faber in Rock64pro   
    I think I got it working ... But doing it manually, not within Armbian build scripts ...
    I will check if I can integrate that into them ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from TonyMac32 in spidev on a spi-gpio device   
    Check this patch initially committed by @zador.blood.stained in NEXT around March 2017, it is maybe worth to do the same in DEV ...
    https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/master/patch/kernel/sunxi-next/spidev-remove-warnings.patch
     
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Slackstick in Rock PI 4   
    Glad to hear that ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from NicoD in Daily (tech related) news diet   
    @chwe I've read your post before souper , I didn't read the whole story ...
    During souper, watching TV, the same subject comes there in the news ...
    In summary from Canadian's news, this chinese scientist is braking ethic rules a lot, the reportage says that if he would do what it did in Canada, he could ended-up with 10 years of prison.
    I hope those "newly baken childs" won't become "monsters" since "crisp" isn't safe at all !
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    martinayotte got a reaction from guidol in Armbian support for BeagleBone Black   
    Just as a PoC, I've burned a recent Armbian OPiPC image on a SDCard, then mounted it, copy the /boot folder from an recent BeagleBoneBlack image on top of existing /boot folder, along with /lib/modules/4.14.79 and kernel from a BeagleBone build I've done using the https://github.com/beagleboard/linux branch. I've copied U-boot sectors from BBB image into by SDCard. I've also remove the /boot/boot.scr from original Armbian since it has precedence over BeagleBone /boot/uEnv.txt. 
    I've then inserted in my old BBB, booted it ! It worked !!!
    The only thing that didn't work as is, is the USB WiFi that I'm using : with old way /etc/network/interface, it didn't connect to my AP by itself, I had to use "wpa_supplicant" ...
    I'm now having an BeagleBian Stretch ...
     
    EDIT : I've then use "nand-sata-install", which worked luckily since this old BBB first version has only 2GB eMMC ... But it seems that u-boot is bad, I had to restore the U-boot sectors again, but that didn't work ... I will dig the issue, maybe u-boot geometry doesn't start at byte 8192 ...
     
    EDIT2:  I've finally got the eMMC working after I've discovered that even eMMC is only enabled using an overlay named /lib/firmware/BB-BONE-eMMC1-01-00A0.dtbo, so I added in my experimental image.
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    martinayotte got a reaction from unlue in Some Wifi Issue...   
    Check the ESP32 Forum, there are plenty of people who use the ethernet interface. There is also some boards that have them out-of-the-box :
    https://www.olimex.com/Products/IoT/ESP32/ESP32-EVB/open-source-hardware
     
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    martinayotte got a reaction from sunzone in I break my Orangepi one   
    The service is "armbian-resize-filesystem" ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from skematic in [Orange Pi Lite] Using micro USB OTG as host for usb camera   
    Built, installed, and tested ...
    sun8i-h3-orangepi-lite.dts-4.18.17
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    martinayotte got a reaction from skematic in [Orange Pi Lite] Using micro USB OTG as host for usb camera   
    In addition for all we've done previously, I've discovered by comparing with OPiOne DTS, which was already working, that OPiLite didn't have "okay" on both usb@01c1a000 and usb@01c1a400...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from RickR in Accessing GPIO pins   
    The simplest way is to use gpio sysfs ...
    echo 20 > /sys/class/gpio/export echo out > /sys/class/gpio/gpio20/direction echo 1 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio20/value  
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    martinayotte got a reaction from vr@m in Help on Buffer strength GPIO   
    As I've said earlier, it 20mA per pin ! I've also said that if you sums up many pins, it is up to the quality of the PCB design if it could handle that, for your example 40 pins multiply 20mA, this means that the VCC would need to supply a total 800mA to the SoC, if VCC lines on PCB are not huge enough, this will produce a voltage drop on those lines and maybe the SoC will brownout and reset/crash.
     
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    martinayotte got a reaction from vr@m in Help on Buffer strength GPIO   
    This kind of buffer strength is pretty normal ...
    If you need more, such 500mA per pin, you can add MOSFET or DARLINGTON, or chip like ULN2803, which is in fact an array of 8 darlingtons.
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    martinayotte got a reaction from shikersger in Orange Pi Zero wireless AP   
    As simple as placing "USB A Type Female Breakout Board" into AliExpress search ...
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Thomas Pfeiffer in Default W1 pin on Nano PI NEO   
    What is the output resulting from this command ?
    cat /proc/device-tree/soc/pinctrl@1c20800/w1_pins/allwinner\,pins What did you put in /boot/armbianEnv.txt to load the overlay ?
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    martinayotte got a reaction from Antony Abi Rached in nand-sata-install script   
    Why your eMMC is having 2 partitions which first one seems to be a FAT one ?
    Armbian doesn't create such partitioning ...
    BTW, don't check the "fstab" of SDCard, since your rootfs is supposed to be the eMMC, you should check the "fstab" copied into the eMMC.