lrou

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  1. lrou

    Orange pi 4G-IOT

    On orangepi site there is some message about Linux ETA - it's in about mid-July. So, let's see, it's no long time to wait
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    Orange pi 4G-IOT

    > From where I'm sitting I can't see paying that much for it when I can get a 4G USB dongle for a well-supported chip Could you please share what's that cheap 4g-gps dongle, comparing to 4g-iot? Or just 4g dongle?
  3. Hello, With NanoPI-m2 (debian jessie) and OrangePI-PC (ubuntu xenial) at hand, I try to detect states of hdmi and audio jack (plugged in or not). With nanopi I can get the hdmi state from syslog kern messages (HDMI HPD State 0x0 or 0x1, according to it's plugged in or not), but I haven't found something like that on Orange PI. And I've found no way to recognize if the audio jack is plugged in or not. Any suggestion, howto get that, will be greatly appreciated.
  4. Oh, I'll be looking for that one. I know that, it's acceptable in my case. Thanks again.
  5. Thank you for your answer. What's about others *Pi? Is there any sbc that I can reboot by unplugging and plugging power cable back (without help of the reset button)?
  6. Hello, I've faced some issue with rebooting nanopi-m2 (debian jessie) after unplugging or power off sbc. If it's powered on again, I can see only that the blue led constantly lights, and that's it. In this case, it can be booted only by pressing reset button on the board. Is it okay for nanopi, or am I doing something wrong?