gounthar reacted to GRBaset in Orange Pi camera not working on OPi Lite
OK, I solved the problem by installing an Armbian 5.20 image I found searching for "armbian_5.20_orangepilite_debian_jessie_184.108.40.206z" on Google. However, it's not an optimal solution, because I have to be careful when updating, and Debian Jessie will no longer be supported on June 30, 2020. In order to keep it working, I have to put the following packages on hold:
# apt-mark hold armbian-firmware armbian-tools-jessie linux-headers-sun8i linux-image-sun8i linux-jessie-root-orangepilite linux-u-boot-orangepilite-default sunxi-tools
gounthar reacted to guidol in Good Armbian compatible boards
a good start - I think - would be the NanoPi K1 Plus
- 64bit SoC (well supported H5-CPU - also cool running)
- 2GB of RAM
- HDMI (but no 4K)
Wth 1GB of RAM there is also the OrangePi PC2 - but no WiFi
gounthar reacted to martinayotte in H6 Famous Reboot problem
First, install the DT compiler : http://ftp.debian.org/debian/pool/main/d/device-tree-compiler/device-tree-compiler_1.4.7-3_arm64.deb
Next, copy the /boot/dtb/allwinner/sun50i-h6-orangepi-one-plus.dtb into /boot/dtb/allwinner/sun50i-h6-orangepi-one-plus.dtb-ORIG as backup.
Third, decompile it into DTS :
dtc -@ -I dtb -O dts -o /root/sun50i-h6-orangepi-one-plus.dts-5.1.0 /boot/dtb/allwinner/sun50i-h6-orangepi-one-plus.dtb Fourth, edit the file /root/sun50i-h6-orangepi-one-plus.dts-5.1.0 by adding this in the aliases node : ethernet0 = "/soc/ethernet@5020000";
Fifth, recompile the DTB and reboot :
dtc -@ -I dts -O dtb -o /boot/dtb/allwinner/sun50i-h6-orangepi-one-plus.dtb /root/sun50i-h6-orangepi-one-plus.dts-5.1.0 About "cpu-freq", I don't really know, I'm not the expert on this one ...
gounthar reacted to Igor in RK3399 Orange Pi
Most likely you should be able to boot OrangeOS from Armbian u-boot. Then you can skip flashing system to eMMC but boot from SD the same way as we boot Armbian from SD once new boot is on the eMMC. Sadly there seems like a lot of work (and we already struggle with regular maintenance) to merge yet another private fork into join rockchip64-default kernel.
Which is why sometimes just does't power on
gounthar reacted to Igor in RK3399 Orange Pi
It's important which u-boot you have on eMMC. If you used their tools, it gets overwritten. Xunlong's u-boot is not capable of such tricks. See:
Self-made image build right now: http://ix.io/1Jer HDMI is operational.
SATA port is operating normally (when detected):
Samsung SSD 840 Pro 256 GB random random kB reclen write rewrite read reread read write 102400 4 22774 25859 25432 29342 13257 28937 102400 16 87006 98004 90769 90676 30192 42623 102400 512 267113 275145 262877 268858 267872 250340 102400 1024 306113 319568 286351 290406 296207 289848 102400 16384 313688 313882 287926 294911 296778 301239
gounthar reacted to pfry in Ramblings and progress with the RK3399
The Orange Pi RK3399 has 5V and 3.3V available on the 40-pin header (and nowhere else that I can see offhand). Pinout is in the manual; it's a standard .1"/2.54mm header - lots of connector options. The mSATA interface is a bit inconvenient (uncommon); it also has 3.3V power available - perfect for an mSATA device; not much use if you're adapting it to a 2.5" device. I didn't check to see how much power is available, but I'd expect it to be fine for typical devices.
gounthar reacted to TonyMac32 in ROC-RK3399-PC (Renegade Elite)
I'm holding off until the DDR4 support is working in mainline, this board would be in the same unfortunate state as the RockPi 4/etc. once the u-boot is working properly we can get rk3399 all put into one happy family and get the support fixed.
gounthar reacted to martinayotte in RK3399 Orange Pi
That is what I do all the time, the nand-sata-install is working fine.
Then, if I wish to boot from SDCard, even if U-Boot is start booting from eMMC as priority, I'm stopping it with <spacebar>, then do "mmc list" to see SDCard number, and do "setenv devnum 1" followed with "run mmc_boot", it will then continue booting from SDCard ...
gounthar reacted to NicoD in RK3399 Game Playing, What games work, Assaultcube, Torc etc
@JMCC Hi. I'm trying to make some Linux games to work well on the NanoPi M4.
I've tried that tool `glrun`. But I'm not having the best results. I get the message OpenGL: OpenGL version is too old!
So I'm trying supertuxkart. Here's the output without glrun
[verbose ] translation: Env var LANGUAGE = 'en_US.UTF-8'. [verbose ] translation: Language 'English (United States)'. Adding language fallback en Irrlicht Engine version 1.8.0 Linux 4.4.178-rk3399 #2 SMP Tue Apr 9 22:41:35 CEST 2019 aarch64 libGL error: unable to load driver: rockchip_dri.so libGL error: driver pointer missing libGL error: failed to load driver: rockchip [info ] IrrDriver: OpenGL version: 3.3 [info ] IrrDriver: OpenGL vendor: VMware, Inc. [info ] IrrDriver: OpenGL renderer: llvmpipe (LLVM 7.0, 128 bits) [info ] IrrDriver: OpenGL version string: 3.3 (Core Profile) Mesa 18.2.8 [info ] GLDriver: AMD Vertex Shader Layer Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Buffer Storage Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Base Instance Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Draw Indirect Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Arrays of Arrays Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Texture Storage Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Texture View Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Multi Draw Indirect Present [info ] GLDriver: EXT Texture Compression S3TC Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Texture Compression RGTC Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Uniform Buffer Object Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Explicit Attrib Location Present [info ] GLDriver: Geometry Shaders Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Texture Swizzle Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB Pixel Buffer Object Present [info ] GLDriver: ARB framebuffer sRGB Present [info ] ShaderBasedRenderer: Preloading shaders... [info ] SharedGPUObjects: Hardware Skinning enabled, method: TBO, max bones: 1024 Most important will be : libGL error: unable to load driver: rockchip_dri.so
Here's the output when using glrun supertuxkart
[verbose ] translation: Env var LANGUAGE = 'en_US.UTF-8'. [verbose ] translation: Language 'English (United States)'. Adding language fallback en Irrlicht Engine version 1.8.0 Linux 4.4.178-rk3399 #2 SMP Tue Apr 9 22:41:35 CEST 2019 aarch64 [info ] IrrDriver: OpenGL version: 2.0 [info ] IrrDriver: OpenGL vendor: ptitSeb [info ] IrrDriver: OpenGL renderer: GL4ES wrapper [info ] IrrDriver: OpenGL version string: 2.0 gl4es wrapper 1.1.1 [warn ] Graphics: Can not find version for '2.0 gl4es wrapper 1.1.1' 'GL4ES wrapper' - ignored. [warn ] irr_driver: Using the fixed pipeline (old GPU, or shaders disabled in options) [info ] HTTPRequest: Downloading http://addons.supertuxkart.net/dl/xml/news.xml [info ] addons: Using cached addons.xml. [info ] HTTPRequest: Downloading http://addons.supertuxkart.net/dl/images/32999604857af930517f49.png [info ] GrandPrixManager: Loading Grand Prix files from /usr/share/games/supertuxkart/data/grandprix/ [info ] GrandPrixManager: Loading Grand Prix files from /home/nicod/.local/share/supertuxkart/grandprix/ [warn ] OpenGL: OpenGL version is too old! Here's what it looks like with glrun, everything's scrabled.
Next month I'll make a video about the RK3399's with desktop use with your media script. And I'd like to be able to play extremetuxracer and supertuxkart if possible.
gounthar reacted to martinayotte in RK3399 Orange Pi
I'm running my OrangePi3 headless, but just to verify HDMI, I've tested with both my Dell 23in monitor as well as a small 10in HDMI LCD, and I'm able to see the login prompt in plain text (without any x11).
Did the nand-sata-install succeed ?
Personally, I didn't get issue and I'm running Armbian from the eMMC...
gounthar reacted to sfx2000 in nvidia jetson nano
It got here yesterday (4.26) - first glances...
(Note - this is a big/LITTLE - the A53's are 'hidden' but they're present - to Linux, only the big A57's are shown - there's some shenanigans going on inside the chip for power management that is not exposed to the OS)
1) When they say 5V 4A - they mean it - and it's best to power this device thru the barrel jack
2) Can power via microUSB - and there, have a very, very, very good power supply - even then
2a) powering thru the MicroUSB means that the Tegra is going to into a lower scale power domain - it adjusts the clocks according to not exceed 2A
3) Display - Display Port to a monitor works, HDMI to a FullHD (1018P) works, HDMI to DVI adapters - strongly not recommended - I had an old one that was supplied with a Mac Mini 2010, and it kinda works
Some tips - use a powered USB hub for Keyboard/Mouse if running from MicroUSB as depending on peripherals, including a WiFi adapter, takes away from that 2A power budget, and can cause stability issues.
(on big chips like this where the board has a barrel jack - don't use MicroUSB)
SD Card - use a quality UHS-1 or better card - I'm using a Samsung Pro Plus - which is a Class 10 UHS3 card, and it works fine.
Info below - running from MicroUSB - I have a 5VDC 4A adapter on order...
dmesg - bootup
gounthar reacted to NicoD in nvidia jetson nano
C'mon guys. I still need to Order the Odroid N2 and you're pushing this in my face.
It's a nice board. I love the heatsink. I'm so very interested in knowing how much weight those A57's can lift. And that GPU is a monster on an SBC. Would be awesome if that could be used by Blender or a video editor.
You'd hope so. It's their own gpu, so they should be able to write decent software. But I don't know, it's still a development board.
That googly thingy is also very sexy. But less useable by me.
Now the heavy work has been done by the small boys, the big ones come out to take things over
I'll need to earn a bit more money if I want to be able to buy it all....
gounthar reacted to sfx2000 in Which boards to get a VPN server and a VPN client?
But it works... wg is cool as CPU load is minimal, compared to the CPU intense OpenVPN -
Enter MIPS24Kc, which would be comparable to ARM11 - Pre-ARM Cortex-A7... the other day, two clients attached, and CPU load was 3 percent, and that's with Stubby and WG active over a 4G mobile hotspot (USB-150 was WiFi to the phone as WAN, and routing from there to two WiFi clients)
I suppose this is the difference between an Application focused SoC vs a Network focused platform.
There's another thread where I chat a bit about MIPS - interesting arch there for networking stuff...
Anyways - the openwrt repo's also support Tor, which may be of some interest to some...