bjorn

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    bjorn got a reaction from susiebb18 in OPi Win with A64   
    Their forum post seems to confirm that this board is indeed oriented towards Win10 IoT
     
    From their forum admin:
    A new board from Xunlong would be released soon, which named Orange Pi WIN.
    This new board could run on Windows IOT.
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    bjorn got a reaction from tkaiser in [WiP / Orange Pi One] Support for the upcoming Orange Pi One?   
    This is awesome, thanks, I tried this on Orange PI 2, and it works great, first time I ever see Orange PI on other resolution.
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    bjorn reacted to tkaiser in [WiP / Orange Pi One] Support for the upcoming Orange Pi One?   
    Another update. To change easily the HDMI resolution and take care of HDMI-to-DVI converters (they need special settings otherwise display shows wrong colors), I improved h3disp a bit. Unless this is part of new OS images you can grab it at the usual location: http://kaiser-edv.de/tmp/4U4tkD/h3disp.sh
     
    8c17768ba915c63df1354d1e524bc350  h3disp.sh
     
    If called without arguments it just outputs a help text now. But you can specify display resolution and whether you've to use DVI or HDMI on the command line:
    root@orangepione:~# h3disp.sh -m 348974398 /usr/local/bin/h3disp.sh: Illegal video mode "-m 348974398". Try one of the following: 480i use "-m 480i" or "-m 0" 576i use "-m 576i" or "-m 1" 480p use "-m 480p" or "-m 2" 576p use "-m 576p" or "-m 3" 720p50 use "-m 720p50" or "-m 4" 720p60 use "-m 720p60" or "-m 5" 1080i50 use "-m 1080i50" or "-m 6" 1080i60 use "-m 1080i60" or "-m 7" 1080p24 use "-m 1080p24" or "-m 8" 1080p50 use "-m 1080p50" or "-m 9" 1080p60 use "-m 1080p60" or "-m 10" Two examples: h3disp -m 1080p60 -d' (1920x1080@60Hz DVI) h3disp -m 720i' (1280x720@30Hz HDMI) Simply save it as /usr/local/bin/h3disp.sh, make it executable (chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/h3disp.sh) and enjoy resolution switching the easy way (just kidding -- but at least it's easier than tweaking fex files manually -- our goal is still to provide a solution to use any display resolution sometimes in the future).
     
    BTW: The script should also work with Xunlong's or loboris' OS images but untested there. Feedback welcome.
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    bjorn got a reaction from wildcat_paris in Getting USB sticks to mount   
    I guess I found the fix my self:
     
    sudo apt-get install gvfs
    sudo apt-get install policykit-1
     
    (Also makes the missing trash appear on the desktop)
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    bjorn got a reaction from Igor in Getting USB sticks to mount   
    I guess I found the fix my self:
     
    sudo apt-get install gvfs
    sudo apt-get install policykit-1
     
    (Also makes the missing trash appear on the desktop)