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  1. I have changed the permission for group and others to rw (so same permissions as user root) @orangepilite:~$ ls -l /dev/mem crw-rw-rw- 1 root kmem 1, 1 Nov 8 14:01 /dev/mem However I'm stil getting No access to /dev/mem. Also, by opening access to /dev/mem, could there be any safety issues?
  2. I want to use my GPIO pins on my OPi lite. After much research and testing, I have done the following - Add user pi to group gpio - Changed /etc/udev/rules.d/99-gpio.rules to SUBSYSTEM=="gpio*", PROGRAM="/bin/sh -c '\ chown -R root:gpio /sys/class/gpio && chmod -R 770 /sys/class/gpio;\ chown -R root:gpio /sys/devices/platform/soc/1c20800.pinctrl/gpiochip0/gpio && chmod -R 770 /sys/devices/platform/soc/1c20800.pinctrl/gpiochip0/gpio;?\ '"???? Now, accessing GPIO pins is working fine via bash: (env) pi@orangepilite:~$ echo 65 > /sys/class/gpio/export (env) pi@orangepilite:~$ echo out > /sys/class/gpio/gpio65/direction (env) pi@orangepilite:~$ echo 1 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio65/value The LED connected to the corresponding pin lights up nicely. The problem is using Python to control the pin. I'm using the python module OrangePi.GPIO (env) pi@orangepilite:~$ python >>> import OPi.GPIO as GPIO >>> GPIO.setboard (GPIO.PCPCPLUS) >>> GPIO.setmode (GPIO.BOARD) >>> GPIO.setup (21, GPIO.OUT) Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> RuntimeError: No access to /dev/mem. Try running as root! This error is only there when trying to run the script from user pi. On root it's working fine. How do I access gpio pins on a non root user in python?
  3. I couldn't help trying to figure out how to make my own dts file work. Turns out, just like you said, adding usb0_vbus-supply = <0x76>; (0x76 being usb0-vbus's phandle) usb0_vbus-supply = <0x76>; In the phy@01c19400 node did the trick!
  4. You sir, are a genius! I compiled your dts and all 3 usb ports seem to be working. Thank you so much for your effort! For the sake of understanding, may I ask how you fixed this problem?
  5. Awesome. But my kernel is 4.14, your dts seems a lot different than mine. How should I change mine to work?
  6. I appreciate your help! I am looking forward to your follow-up.
  7. Forgot to change it back after I was testing it with different settings! It's now using dr_mode = "host" root@orangepilite:~$ lsusb Bus 008 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 007 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 006 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 005 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 009 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub root@orangepilite:~$ dmesg |grep musb [ 4.096047] musb-hdrc musb-hdrc.1.auto: MUSB HDRC host driver [ 4.096058] musb-hdrc musb-hdrc.1.auto: new USB bus registered, assigned bus number 9 [ 4.096386] usb usb9: Manufacturer: Linux 4.14.78-sunxi musb-hcd [ 4.096391] usb usb9: SerialNumber: musb-hdrc.1.auto root@orangepilite:~$ dmesg |grep usb0 [ 4.256204] usb0-vbus: disabling It still doesn't recognize my usb camera, also no power on the camera leds. PS: I'm not sure if it matters, but during compiling I get these warnings everytime root@orangepilite:/boot/dtb# sudo dtc -I dts -O dtb -o sun8i-h3-orangepi-lite.dtb sun8i-h3-orangepi-lite.dts Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /soc/pinctrl@01c20800/mmc0@0 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /soc/pinctrl@01c20800/mmc0_cd_pin@0 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /soc/pinctrl@01c20800/mmc1@0 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /soc/pinctrl@01c20800/spdif@0 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /soc/pinctrl@01c20800/uart0@0 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /soc/pinctrl@01c20800/led_pins@0 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /soc/pinctrl@01f02c00/ir@0 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /soc/pinctrl@01f02c00/led_pins@0 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /soc/pinctrl@01f02c00/key_pins@0 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /opp_table/opp@240000000 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /opp_table/opp@480000000 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /opp_table/opp@648000000 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /opp_table/opp@816000000 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /opp_table/opp@912000000 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /opp_table/opp@960000000 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /opp_table/opp@1008000000 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /opp_table/opp@1104000000 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /opp_table/opp@1200000000 has a unit name, but no reg property Warning (unit_address_vs_reg): Node /opp_table/opp@1296000000 has a unit name, but no reg property
  8. I've looked for r_pio r_pio = "/soc/pinctrl@01f02c00"; pinctrl@01f02c00 { compatible = "allwinner,sun8i-h3-r-pinctrl"; reg = <0x1f02c00 0x400>; interrupts = <0x0 0x2d 0x4>; clocks = <0x26 0x3 0x19 0x1a>; clock-names = "apb", "hosc", "losc"; gpio-controller; #gpio-cells = <0x3>; interrupt-controller; #interrupt-cells = <0x3>; linux,phandle = <0x35>; phandle = <0x35>; ir@0 { pins = "PL11"; function = "s_cir_rx"; linux,phandle = <0x27>; phandle = <0x27>; }; r-i2c { pins = "PL0", "PL1"; function = "s_i2c"; linux,phandle = <0x28>; phandle = <0x28>; }; led_pins@0 { pins = "PL10"; function = "gpio_out"; linux,phandle = <0x34>; phandle = <0x34>; }; key_pins@0 { pins = "PL3"; function = "gpio_in"; linux,phandle = <0x36>; phandle = <0x36>; }; }; So this means I need the phandle 0x35? Like you advised, I went back to usb0-vbus and changed its gpio settings to gpio = <0x35 0x0 0x2 0x0>; After a reboot, I checked dmesg @orangepilite:~$ dmesg |grep usb0 [ 4.256055] usb0-vbus: disabling I think we made some progress, but unfortunately still not working. I have attached my current dts file for reference. sun8i-h3-orangepi-lite.dts
  9. I have found nothing in terms of PL2. But I have usb0-vbus: usb0-vbus { compatible = "regulator-fixed"; regulator-name = "usb0-vbus"; regulator-min-microvolt = <0x4c4b40>; regulator-max-microvolt = <0x4c4b40>; enable-active-high; gpio = <0x16 0x1 0x9 0x0>; status = "disabled"; linux,phandle = <0x76>; phandle = <0x76>; }; I have changed status to "okay", however still no power coming from the micro-usb port. Dmesg gives root@orangepilite:~$ dmesg | grep usb0 [ 4.241321] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 4.241337] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 4.243768] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 4.243776] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 8.521125] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 8.521140] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 10.025385] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 10.025409] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 10.246952] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 10.246968] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 10.275751] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 10.275768] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 10.354033] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 10.354050] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 10.409584] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 10.409604] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 10.463098] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 10.463118] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 10.465650] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 10.465666] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 10.719307] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 10.719317] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 10.897078] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 10.897100] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 10.913556] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 10.913577] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 11.571752] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 11.571765] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 11.585255] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 11.585273] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517 [ 11.591695] usb0-vbus: Failed to request enable GPIO41: -517 [ 11.591711] reg-fixed-voltage usb0-vbus: Failed to register regulator: -517
  10. The problem I have an USB endoscope camera that works fine with my Orange Pi lite's normal USB port. However I need both USB port for other devices, so I want to connect this same USB camera, which was orginally marketed as USB otg camera for android phones, using Opi lite's micro usb otg connector. What have I tried - In armbian-config menu, I have enabled usbhost0. I believe this overlay is for the usb otg port, but just to be sure I also enabled usbhost1, usbhost2 and usbhost3. - Using dtc I decompiled sun8i-h3-orangepi-lite.dtb into sun8i-h3-orangepi-lite.dtc. - In this dtc file, I looked up musb, and changed status = "disabled" to "okay", and added dr_mode = "host", like this usb@01c19000 { compatible = "allwinner,sun8i-h3-musb"; reg = <0x1c19000 0x400>; clocks = <0x6 0x20>; resets = <0x6 0x11>; interrupts = <0x0 0x47 0x4>; interrupt-names = "mc"; phys = <0x18 0x0>; phy-names = "usb"; extcon = <0x18 0x0>; status = "okay"; linux,phandle = <0x47>; phandle = <0x47>; dr_mode = "host" }; - Again with dtc, I compiled the dts to dtb file which replaced the old one (I've made backup). - After reboot, this seemed to have done something root@orangepilite:~$ dmesg |grep musb [ 4.086014] musb-hdrc musb-hdrc.1.auto: MUSB HDRC host driver [ 4.086025] musb-hdrc musb-hdrc.1.auto: new USB bus registered, assigned bus number 9 [ 4.086290] usb usb9: Manufacturer: Linux 4.14.78-sunxi musb-hcd [ 4.086295] usb usb9: SerialNumber: musb-hdrc.1.auto However, when I connect the camera to the usb otg port, it doesn't work. The LED's on the camera doesn't turn on (so there is probably no power coming from the port, also there are no video devices on /dev/. How do I connect my camera to the micro usb port on Orange pi lite?
  11. I'm trying to connect to my Orange Pi Lite with TightVNC. I installed tightvncserver on my orange pi lite and ran vncserver :1. On my laptop I installed TightVNC viewer and connected, but it gives me following error "Unable to contact settings server" (see attachment for full error). When I press 'Close', the dialog closes but nothing happens. Help please.