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  1. @Dunc4n1d4h0 - To go from dtb to dts, edit and make to dtb again, is something like. dtc -I dtb -O dts -f rk3399-rockpro64.dtb -o test.dts code testfile.dts dtc -I dts -O dtb -f test.dts -o rk3399-rockpro64.dtb
  2. @usual user - Do i understand you correct. Lets say if i want to change Hz as @Dunc4n1d4h0 suggests, it can be changed in dts, if fdt_overlay_patch.txt is applied? If you have time, it could be very helpful if you can explain it in another way. Thanks.
  3. @Dunc4n1d4h0 - Thanks, i will look at it tommorw, and pinn the thread.
  4. @Dunc4n1d4h0 - And how to clear the settings, if the commands have been typed in once? And wants to change it?
  5. @Dunc4n1d4h0 - So if you want to change fan speed UP or DOWN? echo 40 > /sys/class/pwm/pwmchip1/pwm0/duty_cycle Then this one goes from 40 to 100? Or? Thanks.
  6. @Dunc4n1d4h0 - I can see it could help a lot of people, if you have time and want to help. Maybe you could write a little guide? Thanks.
  7. @Dunc4n1d4h0 - you could use tux3dv fan control and edit your own pwm-fan in it? What do you think, is it an idea you could use? Please report back, thanks.
  8. This command can be used to figure out how to control the fan. sudo find /sys -name pwm1 | grep hwmon
  9. Did you buy the sata power cable from pine also? It splits the power into 2 sata cables and on both mount a splitter. Or you can like you say just split one cable to 4 with a sata splitter. I do power my rockpro64 with 4hdd in that way with a 12v 10a psu. It works like charm, no problem (but 8A is enough).
  10. @wolf7250 - Just so you know, if you plan to use that NAS case from pine. In that case there is only room for 2x 3.5" and 2x 2.5". But back to your question, i have found a universal PSU from 7.5volt to 22.5volt and 10amp, so i did just use that one. Use 12V always to ROCKPRO64, and around (8A on the safe side) or so to power it all.
  11. Yes, "0" off and "255" full speed. You can change anything inbetween. I have 4 disk in the nas case, the 80mm noctua i did have installed before it was enough to cool it down, CPU temp around 40degress. The orginal 80mm fan that "belongs" to the case is only around 10mm in thickness, and the noctua is 25mm. So to fit in the small space 90degree sata power cables is a very great idea. But you can fit normal sata power cables with some "violence" ;-) No, I like always on, so i did find a number to fit my demands. But many fan scripts is avaible, but you have to
  12. @wolf7250 - I did cut a bigger hole in the orginal pine nas case, and fitted a 92mm Noctua fan. Complete silent, runs with the valuve "170" but as i say it is not standard fan..
  13. With new kernels the fan spins at "255" always, you can find the fan with this command sudo find /sys -name pwm1 | grep hwmon and then change the output to your setup - But on the new kernels the fan point can jump, i am not sure of what reason.
  14. One of the cards i have costed around 80euro, and it is almost useless.. The cheap cards is the best here, in my opinion.
  15. I have tested the Ziti... card for 1 week now, and runs very nice. So go for it, works right out of the box with new kernel also.
  16. @wolf7250 - here you go, here is a couple i got home. Delock 4 port SATA PCI Express Card - Marvell 88SE9215 - Works out of the box. 4 Port PCI Express SATA III 6Gbps RAID Controller Card with Heatsink (PCIe SATA 3 Controller Adapter (PEXSAT34RH), Styreenhed til lagring (RAID), 4 Kanal, SATA 6Gb/s lavprofil, 600 MBps, RAID 0, 1, 10, JBOD, PCIe 2.0 x2, for P/N: ST521PMINT - Marvell 88SE9230) - Some problems. But i did mange to get it working. DeLOCK - Lagringskontrol - SATA 6Gb/s - 600 MBps - RAID 0, 1, 10 - PCIe 2.0 x4 (Producent: DeLOCK | Model-nr.: DEL-89395 -
  17. @wolf7250 - That card from pine64 should be avoided in my opinion, i did only have trubles with it. I have only cards with Marvell chipset, and i found out buy a simple card not a fancy raid card - less problems. I can later today find my different cards and name them for you.
  18. In my opinion it is a fine board, I run my ROCKPRO64 as a NAS. Runs 24/7 - wirh a sata card and 4 harddrivers in the nas case. OMV works fine, but there can be some probs with sata cards. I run krenel 5.7.13 focal, no problems what so ever. And it runs very stable.
  19. Hi, Myself has a bunch of Marvell chipset sata cards. And almost sure all of them work on kernel 5.7.12 - Try it out and let me know. I did notice months back probs in OMV with that type of cards. I run kernel 5.7.12 with simpnas and works like charm.
  20. If you want to change the speed. The place of the fan is different on some kernels, you can check it: sudo find /sys -name pwm1 | grep hwmon And you will recive a text, write that. nano (insert the text you recived here) and then change "255" to whatever you want.
  21. Has startede it up on my rockpro64 with 4 sata drives, run as SAMBA server, very nice and with no problems at all.
  22. You can also use the first script in /etc/rc.local and set them to # Target temperature: 25°C, 30°C, 65°C TRIP_POINT_0=25000 TRIP_POINT_1=30000 TRIP_POINT_2=65000 I use these trip points on my XU4 Cloudshell2 - and it works like charm, the fan speeds will then run around 180,.
  23. Hi, You can use: sudo find /sys -name pwm1 | grep hwmon That command find the fan location, so you can edit your scripts to point to the fan. Thanks.
  24. Me myself has not worked with NanoPI, so my conclusion is based on other boards - I like the idea with LEDs blinking in a certain way, but could be you have to put in a fairly amount of work. But again others can also have benefits of your work. Thanks. Hope the NanoPi experts have some great ideas to help you. Best luck.