mikaey

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  1. Ok, I think I got it! Had to learn a little bit about device trees in the process. BUT...here's what I did (and BTW -- I did this all directly on the PC2): Step 1: Grab a copy of the Linux source: $ sudo apt install linux-source-4.19.20-next-sunxi64 This will dump the Linux source tarballs (and a config file) into /usr/src. Step 2: Unzip the tarball, and copy in the config file: $ cd /usr/src $ sudo mkdir linux $ sudo chown `whoami`:`whoami` linux $ cd linux $ tar xvf ../linux-source-4.19.20-sunxi64.tar.xz $ xzcat ../linux-sunxi64-next_4.19.20_5.75_config.xz >.config Step 3: Download the attached patch and apply it: $ patch -p1 <OrangePiPC2.patch Step 4: Build the new DTB: $ make dtbs You should find your new DTB under arch/arm64/boot/dts/allwinner/sun50i-h5-orangepi-pc2.dtb. Step 5: Copy the new DTB into your DTBs folder: $ sudo cp arch/arm64/boot/dts/allwinner/sun50i-h5-orangepi-pc2.dtb /boot/dtb/allwinner Step 6: Reboot! $ sudo reboot The PC2 will now throttle automatically when temps start getting too high! OrangePiPC2.patch
  2. I've got an Orange Pi PC2, and I'm running some pretty CPU intensive tasks on it. However, I'm running into a situation where the processor is overheating and shutting down. I've got a bunch of OPiZero's, and on those I'm used to the kernel automatically throttling the CPU frequency down and/or shutting off cores in response to rising CPU temps -- but I'm not seeing that happen on the PC2 -- it just stays at max CPU speed until it overheats and shuts down. Is there a way to enable that same behavior on the PC2? (I'd rather it throttle down the CPU frequency instead of overheat...)