triglm

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  1. triglm

    No bluetooth with AP6212a under 4.11 Mainline

    I'm trying to get Bluetooth BLE to work on the NanoPi Neo Air. I've got it working on my Raspberry PI 3 under Raspbian Stretch, but I haven't had any luck getting to work on the NanoPi NEO. I'm using Armbian Stretch # uname -a Linux nanopiair 4.14.18-sunxi #24 SMP Fri Feb 9 16:24:32 CET 2018 armv7l GNU/Linux But when I run... hciconfig -a returns nothing and so does hcitool dev I tried @Henrik Larsson commands listed above, but when I do... #hciattach /dev/ttyS3 bcm43xx 115200 flow bdaddr 43:29:B1:55:01:01 bcm43xx_init Initialization timed out. The Initialization times out. I noticed there is a similar set of commands already in /etc/init.d/ap6212-bluetooth Does anyone have Bluetooth working with Armbian Stretch on the Nanopi Air? Should I try another distro? another Kernel?
  2. Hi Abramq, I have a small project that uses a lot of BLE and Wifi running on the Raspberry Pi 3 and ZeroW. I just ordered a NeoAir and plan to port my Python and Java code over to that platform. I hope you have had a chance to try your project with the NeoAir's Bluetooth Stack. How did it go? Did it implement the GATT stack well enough? What version of BlueZ is it running?
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    missing /dev/mxc_vpu

    Thaks! That would be great. I'll keep an eye out for it. Will you announce it here when it is ready? By "repository" do you mean we can get it by just doing an apt-get? Will it will be documented here http://www.armbian.com/kernel/(I don't see a linux-image-dev-* for hummingboard listed) or is there a github or something?
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    missing /dev/mxc_vpu

    Thanks for your reply. I need wireless and PCI in addition to the vpu so I'm trying the Solid-Run Image https://images.solid-build.xyz/IMX6/Deb ... 116.img.xz the vpu appears to work (still need to do more testing) but it looks like Wifi is not working for me on that either.
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    missing /dev/mxc_vpu

    Hello, I'm trying to get the gstreamer pipeline to work with the i.MX h.264 hardware encoder and decoder. I've installed Trusty Vinilla http://mirror.igorpecovnik.com/Armbian_4.90_Cubox-i_Ubuntu_trusty_4.4.1.zip on a Hummingboard-Gate and followed the instructions for setting up the i.MX Gstreamer plugins here: https://github.com/Freescale/gstreamer-imx/blob/master/docs/debian-ubuntu.md gst-inspect-1.0 reports... $ gst-inspect-1.0 | grep imx imxvpu: imxvpudec: Freescale VPU video decoder imxvpu: imxvpuenc_h263: Freescale VPU h.263 video encoder imxvpu: imxvpuenc_h264: Freescale VPU h.264 video encoder imxvpu: imxvpuenc_mpeg4: Freescale VPU MPEG-4 video encoder imxvpu: imxvpuenc_mjpeg: Freescale VPU motion JPEG video encoder imxv4l2videosrc: imxv4l2videosrc: V4L2 CSI Video Source imxg2d: imxg2dvideosink: Freescale G2D video sink imxg2d: imxg2dvideotransform: Freescale G2D video transform imxg2d: imxg2dcompositor: Freescale G2D video compositor But when I try to run a pipeline with gst-launch-1.0 that includes imxvpudec I get the error message: [ERR] Can't open /dev/mxc_vpu: No such file or directory [ERR] IOSystemInit() failure. ERROR: Pipeline doesn't want to pause. ERROR: from element /GstPipeline:pipeline0/GstImxVpuDecoder:imxvpudecoder0: Could not initialize supporting library. Additional debug info: gstvideodecoder.c(2131): gst_video_decoder_change_state (): /GstPipeline:pipeline0/GstImxVpuDecoder:imxvpudecoder0: Failed to start decoder Setting pipeline to NULL ... Freeing pipeline ... I have tried rebooting, but the driver still isn't listed. I've made sure to have followed the step to install the firmware... $ ls -al /lib/firmware/vpu total 512 drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Feb 7 07:33 . drwxr-xr-x 8 root root 4096 Feb 7 07:32 .. -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 253968 Feb 7 07:33 vpu_fw_imx6d.bin -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 253968 Feb 7 07:33 vpu_fw_imx6q.bin What step am I missing? How do I get the proper device driver loaded?