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  1. I just installed 4.2.3-sunxi on my Banana Pi (original model.) Everything seems to work nicely except the console mouse (gpm.) I run keyboard and mouse on a "GreenAsia Inc. USB to PS/2 Adapter" and have never had a problem with that setup, including Raspberry Pi and Bananian on the BPi. Both keyboard and mouse work under X but on the console only the keyboard works. This is logged when I plug in USB: Nov 13 06:21:25 bpi kernel: [ 1963.223307] usb 3-1: new low-speed USB device number 4 using ohci-platform Nov 13 06:21:25 bpi kernel: [ 1963.446399] usb 3-1: New USB device found, idVendor=0e8f, idProduct=0020 Nov 13 06:21:25 bpi kernel: [ 1963.446427] usb 3-1: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=0 Nov 13 06:21:25 bpi kernel: [ 1963.446437] usb 3-1: Product: PS2toUSB Adapter Nov 13 06:21:25 bpi kernel: [ 1963.446447] usb 3-1: Manufacturer: GASIA Nov 13 06:21:25 bpi kernel: [ 1963.472456] input: GASIA PS2toUSB Adapter as /devices/platform/soc@01c00000/1c14400.usb/usb3/3-1/3-1:1.0/0003:0E8F:0020.0005/input/input5 Nov 13 06:21:25 bpi kernel: [ 1963.524368] hid-generic 0003:0E8F:0020.0005: input: USB HID v1.10 Keyboard [GASIA PS2toUSB Adapter] on usb-1c14400.usb-1/input0 Nov 13 06:21:25 bpi kernel: [ 1963.534131] input: GASIA PS2toUSB Adapter as /devices/platform/soc@01c00000/1c14400.usb/usb3/3-1/3-1:1.1/0003:0E8F:0020.0006/input/input6 Nov 13 06:21:26 bpi kernel: [ 1963.598876] hid-generic 0003:0E8F:0020.0006: input: USB HID v1.10 Mouse [GASIA PS2toUSB Adapter] on usb-1c14400.usb-1/input1 When I start the gpm service I get ==> /var/log/daemon.log <== Nov 13 06:25:32 bpi systemd[1]: Starting LSB: gpm sysv init script... Nov 13 06:25:32 bpi gpm[6646]: Starting mouse interface server: gpm/etc/init.d/gpm: 66: /etc/init.d/gpm: cannot open /dev/input/mice: No such file Even if I create the node file manually (mknod /dev/input/mice c 13 63) it doesn't work; reading from the file gives an error - that's what the gpm start script stumbles over. However I can start gpm by hand with /usr/sbin/gpm -m /dev/input/by-id/usb-GASIA_PS2toUSB_Adapter-if01-event-mouse -t evdev That works. Linking that device file to /dev/input/mice allows the gpm service to start but it doesn't work (mouse movement has no effect.) That is fixed if I set type=evdev in /etc/gpm.conf and everything works. I never had to jump through so many hoops - something is missing but I don't know what.
  2. I recently created some new images using the most recent armbian scripts. For some reason my Jessie image is not coming up (see my other thread regarding network not coming up), but I did managed to get a wheezy image up and running on my BananaPi using latest / next. The problem I am having is the partition size is extremely small (about 500-600MB) and does not appear to be resize to fully utilize the SD card. It's been a long while since I created an image, but I vaguely remember the image resizing to maximize the SD card space. I basically had to manually resize the image by deleting and recreating the partition. Is there some way to specify the image size to create or to force resizing on first boot? Thanks.
  3. Hello, here is a list of the interrupts of my BPi: root@bananapi:~# cat /proc/interrupts CPU0 CPU1 17: 0 0 GIC 29 Edge arch_timer 18: 1240001 514159 GIC 30 Edge arch_timer 21: 0 0 GIC 54 Level sun4i_timer0 22: 0 0 GIC 113 Level sun5i_timer0 26: 0 0 GIC 42 Level sun4i-spi 27: 14635330 0 GIC 64 Level sunxi-mmc 28: 0 0 GIC 71 Level ehci_hcd:usb1 29: 0 0 GIC 96 Level ohci_hcd:usb3 30: 755 0 GIC 88 Level 1c18000.sata 31: 0 0 GIC 72 Level ehci_hcd:usb2 32: 0 0 GIC 97 Level ohci_hcd:usb4 35: 0 0 GIC 56 Level 1c20d00.rtc 40: 12758 0 GIC 61 Level sun4i-ts 41: 15 0 GIC 33 Level serial 44: 198 0 GIC 39 Level mv64xxx_i2c 45: 0 0 GIC 41 Level mv64xxx_i2c 46: 10 22509 GIC 117 Level eth0 61: 0 0 - 10 Edge 1c0f000.mmc cd 83: 0 0 interrupt-controller 0 Level axp20x_irq_chip 117: 0 0 axp20x_irq_chip 33 Edge axp20x-pek-dbr 118: 0 0 axp20x_irq_chip 34 Edge axp20x-pek-dbf IPI0: 0 0 CPU wakeup interrupts IPI1: 0 0 Timer broadcast interrupts IPI2: 181817 7814302 Rescheduling interrupts IPI3: 0 0 Function call interrupts IPI4: 9 42 Single function call interrupts IPI5: 0 0 CPU stop interrupts IPI6: 0 0 IRQ work interrupts IPI7: 0 0 completion interrupts Err: 0 Which interrupt is responsible for the sata communication (hdd connected to onboard sata)? Is it only "1c18000.sata"? root@bananapi:~# cat /proc/interrupts CPU0 CPU1 30: 755 0 GIC 88 Level 1c18000.sata Thanks a lot and best regards, Michael
  4. Hello, I am setting up a filserver, using a BPi and a WD Red 3TB connected to the sata port of the BPi. The BPi runs armbian v4.5 with vanilla kernel. For the first tuning I used the recommandations from tkaiser (thanks a lot for that). The only difference is, that I use ondemand as govenor and the frequency values out of the armbian image (thanks a lot to igore for the great work). root@bananapi:~# sysctl -a | grep mem net.core.optmem_max = 65535 net.core.rmem_default = 163840 net.core.rmem_max = 8738000 net.core.wmem_default = 163840 net.core.wmem_max = 6553600 net.ipv4.igmp_max_memberships = 20 net.ipv4.tcp_mem = 8874 11832 17748 net.ipv4.tcp_rmem = 8192 873800 8738000 net.ipv4.tcp_wmem = 4096 655360 6553600 net.ipv4.udp_mem = 17748 23664 35496 net.ipv4.udp_rmem_min = 4096 net.ipv4.udp_wmem_min = 4096 sysctl: reading key "net.ipv6.conf.all.stable_secret" sysctl: reading key "net.ipv6.conf.bond0.stable_secret" sysctl: reading key "net.ipv6.conf.default.stable_secret" sysctl: reading key "net.ipv6.conf.eth0.stable_secret" sysctl: reading key "net.ipv6.conf.lo.stable_secret" sysctl: reading key "net.ipv6.conf.tunl0.stable_secret" vm.highmem_is_dirtyable = 0 vm.lowmem_reserve_ratio = 32 32 vm.overcommit_memory = 0 root@bananapi:~# cat /proc/interrupts CPU0 CPU1 17: 0 0 GIC 29 Edge arch_timer 18: 115380 107747 GIC 30 Edge arch_timer 21: 0 0 GIC 54 Level sun4i_timer0 22: 0 0 GIC 113 Level sun5i_timer0 26: 0 0 GIC 42 Level sun4i-spi 27: 2561171 0 GIC 64 Level sunxi-mmc 28: 0 0 GIC 71 Level ehci_hcd:usb1 29: 0 0 GIC 96 Level ohci_hcd:usb3 30: 757 0 GIC 88 Level 1c18000.sata 31: 0 0 GIC 72 Level ehci_hcd:usb2 32: 0 0 GIC 97 Level ohci_hcd:usb4 35: 0 0 GIC 56 Level 1c20d00.rtc 40: 3096 0 GIC 61 Level sun4i-ts 41: 18 0 GIC 33 Level serial 44: 198 0 GIC 39 Level mv64xxx_i2c 45: 0 0 GIC 41 Level mv64xxx_i2c 46: 8 5431 GIC 117 Level eth0 61: 0 0 - 10 Edge 1c0f000.mmc cd 83: 0 0 interrupt-controller 0 Level axp20x_irq_chip 117: 0 0 axp20x_irq_chip 33 Edge axp20x-pek-dbr 118: 0 0 axp20x_irq_chip 34 Edge axp20x-pek-dbf IPI0: 0 0 CPU wakeup interrupts IPI1: 0 0 Timer broadcast interrupts IPI2: 47869 1399468 Rescheduling interrupts IPI3: 0 0 Function call interrupts IPI4: 7 7 Single function call interrupts IPI5: 0 0 CPU stop interrupts IPI6: 0 0 IRQ work interrupts IPI7: 0 0 completion interrupts Err: 0 For seperate testing I run iperf for the network and iozone for the hdd (for iozone results look here). Using iperf with the above made tuning results in the following values. BPi => GBit-Switch => Notebook root@bananapi:~# iperf -s -P 0 -i 1 -p 5001 -f m ------------------------------------------------------------ Server listening on TCP port 5001 TCP window size: 0.83 MByte (default) ------------------------------------------------------------ [ 4] local 192.168.0.18 port 5001 connected with 192.168.0.16 port 51470 [ ID] Interval Transfer Bandwidth [ 4] 0.0-10.0 sec 319 MBytes 268 Mbits/sec Notebook => GBit-Switch => BPi root@bananapi:~# iperf -c 192.168.0.16 -P 1 -i 1 -p 5001 -f m -t 10 -T 1 ------------------------------------------------------------ Client connecting to 192.168.0.16, TCP port 5001 TCP window size: 0.62 MByte (default) ------------------------------------------------------------ [ 3] local 192.168.0.18 port 45284 connected with 192.168.0.16 port 5001 [ ID] Interval Transfer Bandwidth [ 3] 0.0-10.0 sec 654 MBytes 548 Mbits/sec The first thing I do not understand is the source of the default TCP window size iperf uses (0.83 MByte as server, 0.62 MByte as client). Which parameter in the linux configuration is responsible for that? After the first run I increased the TCP window size in iperf manually which results in much better bandwidth. BPi => GBit-Switch => Notebook (manually set TCP-Window size 768K, higher value did not increase the bandwidth) root@bananapi:~# iperf -s -P 0 -i 1 -p 5001 -w 768.0K -f m ------------------------------------------------------------ Server listening on TCP port 5001 TCP window size: 1.50 MByte (WARNING: requested 0.75 MByte) ------------------------------------------------------------ [ 4] local 192.168.0.18 port 5001 connected with 192.168.0.16 port 51528 [ ID] Interval Transfer Bandwidth [ 4] 0.0-10.0 sec 1102 MBytes 924 Mbits/sec Notebook => GBit-Switch => BPi (manually set TCP-Window Size 512K, higher value did not increase the bandwidth) root@bananapi:~# iperf -c 192.168.0.16 -P 1 -i 1 -p 5001 -w 512.0K -f m -t 10 -T 1 ------------------------------------------------------------ Client connecting to 192.168.0.16, TCP port 5001 TCP window size: 1.00 MByte (WARNING: requested 0.50 MByte) ------------------------------------------------------------ [ 3] local 192.168.0.18 port 45302 connected with 192.168.0.16 port 5001 [ ID] Interval Transfer Bandwidth [ 3] 0.0-10.0 sec 780 MBytes 654 Mbits/sec So the final question is, which linux parameter has to be tuned to set the manually increased TCP window size in iperf permanet for the system? Thanks a lot for your help. Best regards, Michael
  5. Hi all, I run a BPi with Armbian 4.2 - kernel 4.2.2. A WD Red 3TB is connected via sata. I have tested hdd performance which seems to be very slow (for my opinion). Auto Mode Using Minimum Record Size 512 KB Using Maximum Record Size 8192 KB File size set to 2048000 KB Using maximum file size of 2048000 kilobytes. Command line used: iozone -a -y 512k -q 1024K -s 2000m -g 2000m -i 0 -i1 Output is in Kbytes/sec Time Resolution = 0.000001 seconds. Processor cache size set to 1024 Kbytes. Processor cache line size set to 32 bytes. File stride size set to 17 * record size. KB reclen write rewrite read reread 2048000 512 10097 10482 20809 21397 2048000 1024 10570 9597 20533 20977 What could be the problem? Best regards, Michael
  6. I created a Jessie image for BananaPi with the latest / next kernel, and when booting the image, it get's stuck on "A start job is running for LSB: Raise network interfaces". It never seems to complete raising the interface, and since there is no time limit, this goes on forever. Creating a Wheezy image seems to work fine (also using latest / next kernel). Any suggestions on how I can get the Jessie image up and running? Thanks.
  7. Dear Igor, I made a custom 4.1 kernel with your script, where a staging driver (mn88472) is included. I'am trying to use an Astrometa DVB stick with mn88472 demodulator, but it's not working. Everything seems fine, no errors, every module loaded, firmware is in it's place. If I run wscan, it goes through every frequency, but it doesn't find any channel. The most weird thing is that two or three times it worked, but I don't know why, and I am not able to reproduce it. (I am using DVB-C so it's sure that the signal is fine) I investigated the source code of the mn88472 module, and as I see, I should get a notice about the firmware load status. An error message or something about the successfully loading, and this message is completely missing. So I followed the steps about debugging firmware related things described here, but after applying "udevadm monitor --property", I don't get any udev event which contains "ACTION=add" and "SUBSYSTEM=firmware". Is there any way to force loading firmware onto an usb device? If yes, how can I do that? Thank you for your help, and your cool kernels! Gyuri ps: I already tried changing rc poll time as described here, but it not helps. I've got similar i2c reg read/write failures, but compering to ubuntu PC configuration, it's almost the same. The only difference between the PC or Banana system is the lack of the firmware message on the banana. I tried feeding the device from external power too -just for sure- but I got the same i2c errors, and no firmware downloading.
  8. Hello! I have to install Igor' s image ( SD-Card) in graphical mode on XRDP or VNC for my BananaPi A20 for a SATA Port Multiplier JMB321 Port Multiplier But I do not know which is good. try installing ubuntu Igor' s image and is not a graphical mode. Thanks in advance I want to use this tutorial http://www.htpcguides.com/rebuild-bananian-kernel-with-sata-port-multiplier-support/
  9. Hi all, i was installing Igor's images with jessie, they are good, but i had issue that /tmp was not mounted on tmpfs , so if somebody interested... here is my solution: in file /etc/default/tmpfs lowering a little bit TMP_SIZE uncommented yes: RAMTMP=yes and then: systemctl enable tmp.mount and reboot Kind regards,
  10. bexizuo

    gpio issue

    Hi all, i'm trying compile 3.4.*, i used normal way - i downloaded scripts to manage it, i'm successful with compilation but my issue is that i want to connect relay to banana pi J12 (DIP8) pin 5 which should be PH3 on A20 and that relay should be connected in parallel to switch button on PC ... so it means each switch (even fast) of the level can start turn off pc :-( so my issue is that uboot default configs for banana pi is having irrelevant configuration of pins that are prepared on connectors to be used as GPIO ... for example PH3 and PH5 at banana pi's J12 are not related to VBUS of USB as it's written in configs and fex, please somebody could take care of GPIO pins that are not connected with other chip on board but only on header connectors ? so i hope that somebody will fix my issue by fixing correctness of configs for banana pi ... Thank You all Kind regards,
  11. Hello, sorry for my very bad english. I have installd the desktopimage for the bananapi m1. It works. But same programms does work because the autmatic login user is root. So exaile, chromium-browser does start. Synatipc starts from the gui after starting the AT-bus programm (see menu starting programms) Tunar needs to install the gvfs-backend, then you can see the computers in the network. To change the language in the gui you need to install the language-pack-de (for german). I have also a cubitruck and thin this problems also in the image for the cubietruck. The first problems can solved when the automic user is not root. The other when the packeges are in the images. Also the is the near the best images for the bananpi. Mr. Pecovnik, you made a very good job. greetings Milo PS: I have no Creditcard and no Paypal, how can i otherwise donate?
  12. Hi Igor, hi all, I use a BPi M1 and today I tested Igor's debian wheezy 4.1.2 image. It works really great. Thanks a lot. As mentioned in the FAQ I had a look at /etc/init.d/cpufrequtils. As written there it is possible to change the frequencies. The possible values are stored in "scaling_available_frequencies". The default value for "max_speed" in Igor's image is "max_speed=1010000". But this value ist not available inside "scaling_available_frequencies". "cpufreq-info -m" tells the current policy: frequency shoukd be within 480-960 MHz. 960 MHz is the maximum value in "scaling_available_frequencies". Normally BPi is able to run at 1008 MHz. How can I change the values inside "scaling_available_frequencies"? Is there a reason why the govenor "interactive" ist choosen? Thanks a lot. Best regards, Michael
  13. Hi, after some hours of not using the banana, it seems the system is dead. I cannot log in with a terminal. I cannot bring back the black screen to the console (i am using only the console) with a connected mouse and keyboard. All I can do is a reset. This is horrable, beccause the deamons in background should capture same data. Maybe is it an energie saver? How can I switch off them? Or how can I examine, what was happens? Thanx, Timbers
  14. Hi Igor, I've installed a clean version of your image for BananaPi: Hardware: BananaPi Image-Version: 3.2 Kernel 3.4.108 Debian Wheezy Installed Packages: zip, unzip ftp dialog xorg lxde slim tightvncserver I get the following ErrorMessage: Boot Shutdown/Reboot: Can you help me? Steffen
  15. Hello and thanks in advance. I have installed the IMG Debian Wheezy With kernel 3.4.x, when income Rpi monitoring tells me I have 11 upgradeable packages, but if I run apt-get update and apt-get upgrade returns me that there is nothing to update. Moreover Igor saw yesterday published an update, it is possible to upgrade without reinstalling everything? The problem that I have and which I intend to upgrade is that once a day or once every two days or ethernet banana itself hangs and can not access until I restart the banana pi. Thank you very much and apologize for using google translator.
  16. The page for the Banana Pi image says: "Known bugs or limitations Latest 3.4.107 image have some stability issues. Build from sources or wait for update." I have some questions about this: - What kind of stability issues should I expect? I am seeing some network problems currently, however a lot of hardware in my network was replaced recently so I'm not sure if the banana pi is the source of these problems. The banana pi never locks up/show kernel oops/etc. - How would building from source help? I would expect to get the same image with the same problems. - When can I expect a new image to be available? Is it enough to download an old kernel from the archive? Or is the some way to download old images as well? Thank you very much!
  17. Hello, i want to compile an new Kernel for my BananaPi and used the great script from Igor. (Thanks for your support). Everything works perfect, but there are one error by the development of the Kernelmodul tusbd.ko. Do you know them? [ ok ] Installing external applications --2015-07-03 21:56:33-- http://www.incentivespro.com/usb-redirector-linux-arm-eabi.tar.gz Auflösen des Hostnamen »www.incentivespro.com (www.incentivespro.com)«... 74.52.236.44 Verbindungsaufbau zu www.incentivespro.com (www.incentivespro.com)|74.52.236.44|:80... verbunden. HTTP-Anforderung gesendet, warte auf Antwort... 200 OK Länge: 1851845 (1,8M) [application/x-gzip] In »»usb-redirector-linux-arm-eabi.tar.gz«« speichern. 100%[===========================================================================================>] 1.851.845 4,27KB/s in 16s 2015-07-03 21:56:50 (114 KB/s) - »»usb-redirector-linux-arm-eabi.tar.gz«« gespeichert [1851845/1851845] make -C /home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/linux-mainline/ M=/home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/usb-redirector-linux-arm-eabi/files/modules/src/tusbd modules make[1]: Verzeichnis »/home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/linux-mainline« wird betreten make[1]: Warnung: Kein Jobserver verfügbar: -j1 wird gesetzt. »+« zur Ursprungsregel hinzufügen. CC [M] /home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/usb-redirector-linux-arm-eabi/files/modules/src/tusbd/usbdcdev.o CC [M] /home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/usb-redirector-linux-arm-eabi/files/modules/src/tusbd/minor_control.o /home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/usb-redirector-linux-arm-eabi/files/modules/src/tusbd/minor_control.c: In function ‘IIIlIllll’: /home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/usb-redirector-linux-arm-eabi/files/modules/src/tusbd/minor_control.c:54:1: error: implicit declaration of function ‘strnicmp’ [-Werror=implicit-function-declaration] if(strnicmp(IllIll,"\x73\x68\x61\x72\x65",(0x1448+2821-0x1f48))== ^ cc1: some warnings being treated as errors make[2]: *** [/home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/usb-redirector-linux-arm-eabi/files/modules/src/tusbd/minor_control.o] Fehler 1 make[1]: *** [_module_/home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/usb-redirector-linux-arm-eabi/files/modules/src/tusbd] Fehler 2 make[1]: Verzeichnis »/home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/linux-mainline« wird verlassen make: *** [default] Fehler 2 cp: der Aufruf von stat für »/home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/usb-redirector-linux-arm-eabi/files/modules/src/tusbd/tusbd.ko“ ist nicht möglich: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=arm-linux-gnueabihf- -C /home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/linux-mainline/ M=/home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/rt8192cu modules make[1]: Verzeichnis »/home/pit/BananaPi_debian/output/linux-mainline« wird betreten Regards, Pit
  18. Hello, I'm using a BananaPi and just tried the latest version (10.6.2015, Linux 4.0.5) of your great distribution. Unfortunately, support for ath9k_htc based USB Wifi adapters seems to be missing, which is crucial for me. (ath9k_htc works great using free and open source firmware.) Could you please add support for this kind of hardware for future releases or give me a hint how I could add support to your existing images? Thank you and kind regards, LINMOB
  19. Hey kids, it is me, again! So, this time I found out (well, you maybe knew it before and I am dumbing around again) that voltage control does not work on Banana Pi (at least) mainline kernel. Well, if I am supposed to change it in linux-mainline/arch/arm/boot/dts/sun7i-a20.dtsi. I tried to reach 1248000kHz, which is, of course, unstable. So I was adding and adding voltage, until I was too afraid to continue (1650000mV ). But BananaPi was unstable the same way (freez after few minutes of FTP transfer), no more (bad charger) or no less (would still need more voltage). So after few hours of re-compiling source and listening wonderful music I tried this: 1248000(kHz)@800000(mV), which is big overclock and 100000(mV) less than default voltage for lowest available frequency (144000kHz). But again, few minutes of FTP was possible. That should not be possible with 1248000(kHz)@800000(mV) [default max is 960000(kHz)@1400000(mV)]. I do not think that this would be able to boot to X. Maybe I need to enable changing voltage somewhere, maybe it is not possible, I do not know. I only know that I am compiling/installing this the right way, because changed frequency in source file appears in scaling_available_freq later in running kernel. I am sure that changing this voltage value does not have any effect. Maybe I need to change some other value to enable voltage customization?
  20. We should fix/patch this in next releases. The same problem as here years ago: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1162100 Jessie, -next kernel.
  21. Hi, I've installed Debian Wheezy with 4.0.5 kernel on my BPI and connected an 1To hd with sata. When i try to mount it, i get : "mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sda1, missing codepage or helper program" I can mount it on my other server ubuntu 14.04 LTS with no error. Do you have an idea why i can not mount it on BPI ? Maybe it's due to the Guid Partition Table ? Tks Nerek
  22. Your kernel does not appear to be compiled with support for unprivileged user namespaces (CONFIG_USER_NS=y), or something else is preventing creation of user namespaces. This feature is critical for sandboxing. Arch Linux is known to ship with a kernel that disables this feature; if you are using Arch, you will unfortunately need to compile your own kernel (see https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/36969).If you are not using Arch, and don't know why your system wouldn't have user namespaces, please file a bug against Sandstorm so we can figure out what happened. .....anyone? Thanks! (going to try compiling now, but figured I'd ask...)
  23. Hello, I want to set the boot argument 'threadirq' in the /boot/boot.cmd file for kernel 4.04. I added the option and created the boot.src file described in FAQ. When I boot the system I get kernel panic, because rootfs not found. If I revert the boot.src to default, it works fine. The file looks like this: setenv bootargs console=tty1 root=/dev/mmcblk0p1 rootwait threadirqs .... Is it possible to do it this way? Thanks, Timo
  24. Hi Igor, Thank you for all your work. I was looking at your website and found out that page with Bananapis is missing some content (FAQ is missing, I assume that it is the same as on orange pi pages. Also in "Graphics desktop environment upgrade ready. (kernel 3.4.x only) Possible further upgrade to desktop hardware acceleration." - upgrade ready has broken link). Some parts of text looks like outdated too. Would you be a modern superman with unlimited free time and update that page? I am interested in accelerated desktop environment and all 2D acceleration. But I was unsuccessful in finding more about it. OK, I have not found anything. Would you be so king and give me a hint or some link? I am not even sure what this means in ARM perspective. Without acceleration is graph. desktop env. slow as official support from banana pi and with acceleration it is only slow? I do not know much about graphics+linux unfortunately. What is diferent in graphic support in 3.4 and 4 kernels? What does not work in 4.0.4? And what does not work even in 3.4? Do you use one kernel for all A20 boards (in 3.4 and 4.0.4 variations) now? Out of topic, I want share some numbers - I had bpi r1 and tried some realworld transfers (unsecure non-encrypted FTP) via 0,25m long s/ftp cable conected to high-quality, 1gbit Desktop PC card. Speed were very sad. 290Mbit/s READ from RAM, compressed files and much less with file containing only zeros. Write (again, to R1's RAM) was ultraslow, jumping from 40Mbit/s to 200Mbit/s. I tested cable and Desktop PC card, both worked great. With the same card in PC, same cable and Odroid C1 I managed to get 880Mbit, so problem is in Banana R1, where CPU were at 100%. It is very disappointing, since it should be "router" or "swich" board... I tried to tweak it and that thing with IRQs and overclocking, but I get only few Mbit/s more. (Tried with bananian linux and your 4.0.4 version jessie). iperf was not much better. Just saying, you cannot do much about this I think. Thank you!
  25. Hello, I'm a newbie an Linux and bananaPI. Actually, i uses an debian wheezy image of Igor's (Bananapi_Debian_2.8_wheezy_3.4.107) with openmediavault and one sata drive. I would like add an sata multiplier on my BananaPI. I find this tuto : http://www.htpcguides.com/rebuild-bananian-kernel-with-sata-port-multiplier-support/ I don't know if this procedure works an the debian image of Igor's ? please confirme me I think the line " git clone https://github.com/Bananian/linux-bananapi.git--depth 1 " isn't good ?
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