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  1. Hi, I updated my cubietruck jessie to 5.23. update successful but no boot on kernel . I boot on sd card and mount nand . no uImage but an zImage. I use mkimage in order to generate uImage and it work. kernel packaging must be corrected.
  2. Well well well, I have been setting up my BananaPro and all that is missing for me is to have it ready to run a QT Application that I'm building. For that I have followed all the package helps and such to have the Bpro ready to run them. Problem is that when I run the infamous test /test inside ./sunxi-mali I get the error: ERROR: eglInitialize failed! Looking at it I've concluded that there is a problem with gcc, but more specifically the fbturbo hasn't even been built properly. When I look at the config file within fbturbo after running ./configure i get this: confidure:3357: gcc -qversion >&5 gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-V' gcc: fatal error: no input files compilation terminated .... ... gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-qversion' Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
  3. EDIT: This is NOT about a (hidden) backdoor but just a local privileges escalation that affects one single 3.4 kernel variant for 2 Allwinner SoCs. In case you came here through lurid headlines please read this comment here first and help stop spreading further BS like "all Allwinner devices contain a hidden backdoor" -- the code has been found since Allwinner could be convinced to open their Github repos in the past so everyone is able to audit their Android kernel source! It has been brought to our attention two days ago on 2016-04-30 in linux-sunxi IRC that Allwinner's 3.4 legacy kernel for H3/A83T/H8 contains a nasty local privileges escalation. Any process running with any UID can become root easily by simply doing this: echo "rootmydevice" > /proc/sunxi_debug/sunxi_debug Combined with networked services that might allow access to /proc this means that this is also a network enabled root exploit. As usual we fixed such an issue within a few hours, on May 1st new Armbian 5.10 images were rolled out and in the meantime the fix is also in Armbian's apt repo so please upgrade now (apt-get update/upgrade or start with a fresh OS image) if you're affected! If you're already running Armbian 5.10 then this vulnerability is already fixed. This security flaw is currently present in every OS image for H3, A83T or H8 devices that rely on Kernel 3.4: this applies to all OS images available for Orange Pis (except Armbian 5.10 available since May 1st), any for FriendlyARM's NanoPi M1, SinoVoip's M2+ and M3, Cuebietech's Cubietruck + and Linksprite's pcDuino8 Uno We informed all vendors where possible also two days ago (FriendlyARM and SinoVoip took notice, the others still ignore the issue) FriendlyARM: https://github.com/friendlyarm/h3_lichee/issues/1 SinoVoip M3: https://github.com/BPI-SINOVOIP/BPI-M3-bsp/issues/10 SinoVoip M2+: https://github.com/BPI-SINOVOIP/BPI-M2P-bsp/issues/1 Cubietruck +: https://github.com/cubieboard/Cubietruck_Plus-kernel-source/issues/2 LinkSprite pcDuino8 Uno: https://github.com/pcduino/pcduino8-uno-kernel/issues/3 Users of any of the available OS images for H3 based Orange Pis are somewhat lost since none of the OS images or kernels used for these are maintained any longer. Loboris disappeared (so the opened issue is more like a reference) and Xunlong themselves do not maintain their software at all (not even possible to open an issue there). In case some readers here do also have accounts at Orange Pi forums, please spread the word and inform the users that their OS images are exploitable unless they already use Armbian 5.10. Same applies to Banana Pi forums, please spread the word there also that all M3 and their M2+ OS images are affected (I deleted my account there since talking to @sinovoip is like talking to a wall and just makes me sick, but it might be worth the efforts to try to warn their users)
  4. Hi Guys, a few weeks ago, I implemented a project wich reads the power sources of my Banana Pi. I was using /sys/power/axp_pmu/. I now made a new build to enable lcd display and such things. But now /sys/power/axp_pmu/ isn't there. Also can't find it anywhere in my system. Only /sys/power/{pm_async, pm_freeze_timeout, state, wakeup_count} Kernel of new build is 4.8.0 What have I to do, to get axp_pmu back? Martin
  5. This is my first impression with the ov8865, a 8MP sensor running on kernel 3.4.39 (linux-sunxi). I am running Banana Pi - M3 with the dual camera extension on Ubuntu Xenial rootfs and with the stock driver. The driver have not been touched because information is scarce and i asked @lvmc for some datasheet. This sensor is a 4 lane CSI2 (MIPI) that has a good performance at high resolution. I am able to get 30 FPS on all available win sizes. I have ran a small v4l2 application to have some benchmarks but guvcview with some minor update is able to display video from the sensor just as we have for the ov5640: TEST 0 ( 3264 x 2448 ) ---- cap parameters ----- width: 3264 height: 2448 v4l2 buffers: 8 exposure: -999 hflip: -1 vflip: -1 Mode: V4L2_MODE_VIDEO Driver: "sunxi-vfe" Card: "sunxi-vfe" Bus: "sunxi_vfe sunxi_vfe.0" Version: 1.0 Capabilities: 05000001 Input: 0 V4L2 pixel formats: 0: [0x50323234] '422P' (planar YUV 422) 1: [0x32315559] 'YU12' (planar YUV 420) 2: [0x32315659] 'YV12' (planar YVU 420) 3: [0x3631564E] 'NV16' (planar YUV 422 UV combined) 4: [0x3231564E] 'NV12' (planar YUV 420 UV combined) 5: [0x3136564E] 'NV61' (planar YUV 422 VU combined) 6: [0x3132564E] 'NV21' (planar YUV 420 VU combined) 7: [0x32314D48] 'HM12' (MB YUV420) 8: [0x56595559] 'YUYV' (YUV422 YUYV) 9: [0x55595659] 'YVYU' (YUV422 YVYU) 10: [0x59565955] 'UYVY' (YUV422 UYVY) 11: [0x59555956] 'VYUY' (YUV422 VYUY) 12: [0x31384142] 'BA81' (RAW Bayer BGGR 8bit) 13: [0x47524247] 'GBRG' (RAW Bayer GBRG 8bit) 14: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer GRBG 8bit) 15: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer RGGB 8bit) 16: [0x30314742] 'BG10' (RAW Bayer BGGR 10bit) 17: [0x30314247] 'GB10' (RAW Bayer GBRG 10bit) 18: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer GRBG 10bit) 19: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer RGGB 10bit) 20: [0x32314742] 'BG12' (RAW Bayer BGGR 12bit) 21: [0x32314247] 'GB12' (RAW Bayer GBRG 12bit) 22: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer GRBG 12bit) 23: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer RGGB 12bit) V4L2 pixel sizes: ( 3264 x 2448 ) Pixels ( 3264 x 1836 ) Pixels ( 1920 x 1080 ) Pixels ( 1280 x 720 ) Pixels ( 1600 x 1200 ) Pixels ( 800 x 600 ) Pixels ( 640 x 480 ) Pixels Sensor size: 3264x2448 pixels Pixel Format: V4L2_PIX_FMT_YUV420 [0x32315559] Frame #10 will be saved! Length: 11993088 Bytesused: 11993088 Address: 0xc37f8 FPS[0]: 13.38 Length: 11993088 Bytesused: 11993088 Address: 0xc3800 FPS[1]: 30.12 Length: 11993088 Bytesused: 11993088 Address: 0xc3808 FPS[2]: 29.47 Length: 11993088 Bytesused: 11993088 Address: 0xc3810 FPS[3]: 30.10 Length: 11993088 Bytesused: 11993088 Address: 0xc3818 FPS[4]: 28.36 Length: 11993088 Bytesused: 11993088 Address: 0xc3820 FPS[5]: 28.52 Length: 11993088 Bytesused: 11993088 Address: 0xc3828 FPS[6]: 34.09 Length: 11993088 Bytesused: 11993088 Address: 0xc3830 FPS[7]: 30.11 Length: 11993088 Bytesused: 11993088 Address: 0xc37f8 FPS[8]: 30.02 Length: 11993088 Bytesused: 11993088 Address: 0xc3800 FPS[9]: 1.08 ------- Avg FPS: 30.10 -------- TEST 1 ( 3264 x 1836 ) ---- cap parameters ----- width: 3264 height: 1836 v4l2 buffers: 8 exposure: -999 hflip: -1 vflip: -1 Mode: V4L2_MODE_VIDEO Driver: "sunxi-vfe" Card: "sunxi-vfe" Bus: "sunxi_vfe sunxi_vfe.0" Version: 1.0 Capabilities: 05000001 Input: 0 V4L2 pixel formats: 0: [0x50323234] '422P' (planar YUV 422) 1: [0x32315559] 'YU12' (planar YUV 420) 2: [0x32315659] 'YV12' (planar YVU 420) 3: [0x3631564E] 'NV16' (planar YUV 422 UV combined) 4: [0x3231564E] 'NV12' (planar YUV 420 UV combined) 5: [0x3136564E] 'NV61' (planar YUV 422 VU combined) 6: [0x3132564E] 'NV21' (planar YUV 420 VU combined) 7: [0x32314D48] 'HM12' (MB YUV420) 8: [0x56595559] 'YUYV' (YUV422 YUYV) 9: [0x55595659] 'YVYU' (YUV422 YVYU) 10: [0x59565955] 'UYVY' (YUV422 UYVY) 11: [0x59555956] 'VYUY' (YUV422 VYUY) 12: [0x31384142] 'BA81' (RAW Bayer BGGR 8bit) 13: [0x47524247] 'GBRG' (RAW Bayer GBRG 8bit) 14: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer GRBG 8bit) 15: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer RGGB 8bit) 16: [0x30314742] 'BG10' (RAW Bayer BGGR 10bit) 17: [0x30314247] 'GB10' (RAW Bayer GBRG 10bit) 18: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer GRBG 10bit) 19: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer RGGB 10bit) 20: [0x32314742] 'BG12' (RAW Bayer BGGR 12bit) 21: [0x32314247] 'GB12' (RAW Bayer GBRG 12bit) 22: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer GRBG 12bit) 23: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer RGGB 12bit) V4L2 pixel sizes: ( 3264 x 2448 ) Pixels ( 3264 x 1836 ) Pixels ( 1920 x 1080 ) Pixels ( 1280 x 720 ) Pixels ( 1600 x 1200 ) Pixels ( 800 x 600 ) Pixels ( 640 x 480 ) Pixels Sensor size: 3264x1836 pixels Pixel Format: V4L2_PIX_FMT_YUV420 [0x32315559] Frame #10 will be saved! Length: 8994816 Bytesused: 8994816 Address: 0x1543c00 FPS[0]: 12.07 Length: 8994816 Bytesused: 8994816 Address: 0x1543c08 FPS[1]: 30.11 Length: 8994816 Bytesused: 8994816 Address: 0x1543c10 FPS[2]: 29.51 Length: 8994816 Bytesused: 8994816 Address: 0x1543c18 FPS[3]: 28.47 Length: 8994816 Bytesused: 8994816 Address: 0x1543c20 FPS[4]: 30.99 Length: 8994816 Bytesused: 8994816 Address: 0x1543c28 FPS[5]: 31.19 Length: 8994816 Bytesused: 8994816 Address: 0x1543c30 FPS[6]: 30.12 Length: 8994816 Bytesused: 8994816 Address: 0x1543c38 FPS[7]: 30.05 Length: 8994816 Bytesused: 8994816 Address: 0x1543c00 FPS[8]: 30.02 Length: 8994816 Bytesused: 8994816 Address: 0x1543c08 FPS[9]: 1.28 ------- Avg FPS: 30.06 -------- TEST 2 ( 1920 x 1080 ) ---- cap parameters ----- width: 1920 height: 1080 v4l2 buffers: 8 exposure: -999 hflip: -1 vflip: -1 Mode: V4L2_MODE_VIDEO Driver: "sunxi-vfe" Card: "sunxi-vfe" Bus: "sunxi_vfe sunxi_vfe.0" Version: 1.0 Capabilities: 05000001 Input: 0 V4L2 pixel formats: 0: [0x50323234] '422P' (planar YUV 422) 1: [0x32315559] 'YU12' (planar YUV 420) 2: [0x32315659] 'YV12' (planar YVU 420) 3: [0x3631564E] 'NV16' (planar YUV 422 UV combined) 4: [0x3231564E] 'NV12' (planar YUV 420 UV combined) 5: [0x3136564E] 'NV61' (planar YUV 422 VU combined) 6: [0x3132564E] 'NV21' (planar YUV 420 VU combined) 7: [0x32314D48] 'HM12' (MB YUV420) 8: [0x56595559] 'YUYV' (YUV422 YUYV) 9: [0x55595659] 'YVYU' (YUV422 YVYU) 10: [0x59565955] 'UYVY' (YUV422 UYVY) 11: [0x59555956] 'VYUY' (YUV422 VYUY) 12: [0x31384142] 'BA81' (RAW Bayer BGGR 8bit) 13: [0x47524247] 'GBRG' (RAW Bayer GBRG 8bit) 14: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer GRBG 8bit) 15: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer RGGB 8bit) 16: [0x30314742] 'BG10' (RAW Bayer BGGR 10bit) 17: [0x30314247] 'GB10' (RAW Bayer GBRG 10bit) 18: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer GRBG 10bit) 19: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer RGGB 10bit) 20: [0x32314742] 'BG12' (RAW Bayer BGGR 12bit) 21: [0x32314247] 'GB12' (RAW Bayer GBRG 12bit) 22: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer GRBG 12bit) 23: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer RGGB 12bit) V4L2 pixel sizes: ( 3264 x 2448 ) Pixels ( 3264 x 1836 ) Pixels ( 1920 x 1080 ) Pixels ( 1280 x 720 ) Pixels ( 1600 x 1200 ) Pixels ( 800 x 600 ) Pixels ( 640 x 480 ) Pixels Sensor size: 1920x1080 pixels Pixel Format: V4L2_PIX_FMT_YUV420 [0x32315559] Frame #10 will be saved! Length: 3117056 Bytesused: 3117056 Address: 0x1f0b6e0 FPS[0]: 14.37 Length: 3117056 Bytesused: 3117056 Address: 0x1f0b6e8 FPS[1]: 30.12 Length: 3117056 Bytesused: 3117056 Address: 0x1f0b6f0 FPS[2]: 29.51 Length: 3117056 Bytesused: 3117056 Address: 0x1f0b6f8 FPS[3]: 28.00 Length: 3117056 Bytesused: 3117056 Address: 0x1f0b700 FPS[4]: 31.51 Length: 3117056 Bytesused: 3117056 Address: 0x1f0b708 FPS[5]: 31.29 Length: 3117056 Bytesused: 3117056 Address: 0x1f0b710 FPS[6]: 30.03 Length: 3117056 Bytesused: 3117056 Address: 0x1f0b718 FPS[7]: 30.06 Length: 3117056 Bytesused: 3117056 Address: 0x1f0b6e0 FPS[8]: 30.04 Length: 3117056 Bytesused: 3117056 Address: 0x1f0b6e8 FPS[9]: 3.44 ------- Avg FPS: 30.07 -------- TEST 3 ( 1600 x 1200 ) ---- cap parameters ----- width: 1600 height: 1200 v4l2 buffers: 8 exposure: -999 hflip: -1 vflip: -1 Mode: V4L2_MODE_VIDEO Driver: "sunxi-vfe" Card: "sunxi-vfe" Bus: "sunxi_vfe sunxi_vfe.0" Version: 1.0 Capabilities: 05000001 Input: 0 V4L2 pixel formats: 0: [0x50323234] '422P' (planar YUV 422) 1: [0x32315559] 'YU12' (planar YUV 420) 2: [0x32315659] 'YV12' (planar YVU 420) 3: [0x3631564E] 'NV16' (planar YUV 422 UV combined) 4: [0x3231564E] 'NV12' (planar YUV 420 UV combined) 5: [0x3136564E] 'NV61' (planar YUV 422 VU combined) 6: [0x3132564E] 'NV21' (planar YUV 420 VU combined) 7: [0x32314D48] 'HM12' (MB YUV420) 8: [0x56595559] 'YUYV' (YUV422 YUYV) 9: [0x55595659] 'YVYU' (YUV422 YVYU) 10: [0x59565955] 'UYVY' (YUV422 UYVY) 11: [0x59555956] 'VYUY' (YUV422 VYUY) 12: [0x31384142] 'BA81' (RAW Bayer BGGR 8bit) 13: [0x47524247] 'GBRG' (RAW Bayer GBRG 8bit) 14: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer GRBG 8bit) 15: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer RGGB 8bit) 16: [0x30314742] 'BG10' (RAW Bayer BGGR 10bit) 17: [0x30314247] 'GB10' (RAW Bayer GBRG 10bit) 18: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer GRBG 10bit) 19: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer RGGB 10bit) 20: [0x32314742] 'BG12' (RAW Bayer BGGR 12bit) 21: [0x32314247] 'GB12' (RAW Bayer GBRG 12bit) 22: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer GRBG 12bit) 23: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer RGGB 12bit) V4L2 pixel sizes: ( 3264 x 2448 ) Pixels ( 3264 x 1836 ) Pixels ( 1920 x 1080 ) Pixels ( 1280 x 720 ) Pixels ( 1600 x 1200 ) Pixels ( 800 x 600 ) Pixels ( 640 x 480 ) Pixels Sensor size: 1600x1200 pixels Pixel Format: V4L2_PIX_FMT_YUV420 [0x32315559] Frame #10 will be saved! Length: 2887680 Bytesused: 2887680 Address: 0x1fc92a8 FPS[0]: 10.73 Length: 2887680 Bytesused: 2887680 Address: 0x1fc92b0 FPS[1]: 30.09 Length: 2887680 Bytesused: 2887680 Address: 0x1fc92b8 FPS[2]: 29.56 Length: 2887680 Bytesused: 2887680 Address: 0x1fc92c0 FPS[3]: 28.96 Length: 2887680 Bytesused: 2887680 Address: 0x1fc92c8 FPS[4]: 25.95 Length: 2887680 Bytesused: 2887680 Address: 0x1fc92d0 FPS[5]: 37.94 Length: 2887680 Bytesused: 2887680 Address: 0x1fc92d8 FPS[6]: 30.03 Length: 2887680 Bytesused: 2887680 Address: 0x1fc92e0 FPS[7]: 30.02 Length: 2887680 Bytesused: 2887680 Address: 0x1fc92a8 FPS[8]: 30.07 Length: 2887680 Bytesused: 2887680 Address: 0x1fc92b0 FPS[9]: 3.10 ------- Avg FPS: 30.33 -------- TEST 4 ( 1280 x 960 ) ---- cap parameters ----- width: 1280 height: 960 v4l2 buffers: 8 exposure: -999 hflip: -1 vflip: -1 Mode: V4L2_MODE_VIDEO Driver: "sunxi-vfe" Card: "sunxi-vfe" Bus: "sunxi_vfe sunxi_vfe.0" Version: 1.0 Capabilities: 05000001 Input: 0 V4L2 pixel formats: 0: [0x50323234] '422P' (planar YUV 422) 1: [0x32315559] 'YU12' (planar YUV 420) 2: [0x32315659] 'YV12' (planar YVU 420) 3: [0x3631564E] 'NV16' (planar YUV 422 UV combined) 4: [0x3231564E] 'NV12' (planar YUV 420 UV combined) 5: [0x3136564E] 'NV61' (planar YUV 422 VU combined) 6: [0x3132564E] 'NV21' (planar YUV 420 VU combined) 7: [0x32314D48] 'HM12' (MB YUV420) 8: [0x56595559] 'YUYV' (YUV422 YUYV) 9: [0x55595659] 'YVYU' (YUV422 YVYU) 10: [0x59565955] 'UYVY' (YUV422 UYVY) 11: [0x59555956] 'VYUY' (YUV422 VYUY) 12: [0x31384142] 'BA81' (RAW Bayer BGGR 8bit) 13: [0x47524247] 'GBRG' (RAW Bayer GBRG 8bit) 14: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer GRBG 8bit) 15: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer RGGB 8bit) 16: [0x30314742] 'BG10' (RAW Bayer BGGR 10bit) 17: [0x30314247] 'GB10' (RAW Bayer GBRG 10bit) 18: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer GRBG 10bit) 19: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer RGGB 10bit) 20: [0x32314742] 'BG12' (RAW Bayer BGGR 12bit) 21: [0x32314247] 'GB12' (RAW Bayer GBRG 12bit) 22: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer GRBG 12bit) 23: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer RGGB 12bit) V4L2 pixel sizes: ( 3264 x 2448 ) Pixels ( 3264 x 1836 ) Pixels ( 1920 x 1080 ) Pixels ( 1280 x 720 ) Pixels ( 1600 x 1200 ) Pixels ( 800 x 600 ) Pixels ( 640 x 480 ) Pixels Sensor size adjusted to: 800x600 pixels Pixel Format: V4L2_PIX_FMT_YUV420 [0x32315559] Frame #10 will be saved! Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x52f340 FPS[0]: 14.13 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x52f348 FPS[1]: 33.46 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x52f350 FPS[2]: 32.33 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x52f358 FPS[3]: 27.94 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x52f360 FPS[4]: 42.99 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x52f368 FPS[5]: 33.27 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x52f370 FPS[6]: 33.30 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x52f378 FPS[7]: 33.30 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x52f340 FPS[8]: 33.29 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x52f348 FPS[9]: 8.38 ------- Avg FPS: 33.73 -------- TEST 5 ( 800 x 600 ) ---- cap parameters ----- width: 800 height: 600 v4l2 buffers: 8 exposure: -999 hflip: -1 vflip: -1 Mode: V4L2_MODE_VIDEO Driver: "sunxi-vfe" Card: "sunxi-vfe" Bus: "sunxi_vfe sunxi_vfe.0" Version: 1.0 Capabilities: 05000001 Input: 0 V4L2 pixel formats: 0: [0x50323234] '422P' (planar YUV 422) 1: [0x32315559] 'YU12' (planar YUV 420) 2: [0x32315659] 'YV12' (planar YVU 420) 3: [0x3631564E] 'NV16' (planar YUV 422 UV combined) 4: [0x3231564E] 'NV12' (planar YUV 420 UV combined) 5: [0x3136564E] 'NV61' (planar YUV 422 VU combined) 6: [0x3132564E] 'NV21' (planar YUV 420 VU combined) 7: [0x32314D48] 'HM12' (MB YUV420) 8: [0x56595559] 'YUYV' (YUV422 YUYV) 9: [0x55595659] 'YVYU' (YUV422 YVYU) 10: [0x59565955] 'UYVY' (YUV422 UYVY) 11: [0x59555956] 'VYUY' (YUV422 VYUY) 12: [0x31384142] 'BA81' (RAW Bayer BGGR 8bit) 13: [0x47524247] 'GBRG' (RAW Bayer GBRG 8bit) 14: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer GRBG 8bit) 15: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer RGGB 8bit) 16: [0x30314742] 'BG10' (RAW Bayer BGGR 10bit) 17: [0x30314247] 'GB10' (RAW Bayer GBRG 10bit) 18: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer GRBG 10bit) 19: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer RGGB 10bit) 20: [0x32314742] 'BG12' (RAW Bayer BGGR 12bit) 21: [0x32314247] 'GB12' (RAW Bayer GBRG 12bit) 22: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer GRBG 12bit) 23: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer RGGB 12bit) V4L2 pixel sizes: ( 3264 x 2448 ) Pixels ( 3264 x 1836 ) Pixels ( 1920 x 1080 ) Pixels ( 1280 x 720 ) Pixels ( 1600 x 1200 ) Pixels ( 800 x 600 ) Pixels ( 640 x 480 ) Pixels Sensor size: 800x600 pixels Pixel Format: V4L2_PIX_FMT_YUV420 [0x32315559] Frame #10 will be saved! Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x260368 FPS[0]: 19.52 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x260370 FPS[1]: 33.59 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x260378 FPS[2]: 32.32 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x260380 FPS[3]: 31.84 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x260388 FPS[4]: 33.39 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x260390 FPS[5]: 35.97 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x260398 FPS[6]: 33.34 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x2603a0 FPS[7]: 33.30 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x260368 FPS[8]: 33.30 Length: 724992 Bytesused: 724992 Address: 0x260370 FPS[9]: 6.94 ------- Avg FPS: 33.38 -------- TEST 6 ( 640 x 480 ) ---- cap parameters ----- width: 640 height: 480 v4l2 buffers: 8 exposure: -999 hflip: -1 vflip: -1 Mode: V4L2_MODE_VIDEO Driver: "sunxi-vfe" Card: "sunxi-vfe" Bus: "sunxi_vfe sunxi_vfe.0" Version: 1.0 Capabilities: 05000001 Input: 0 V4L2 pixel formats: 0: [0x50323234] '422P' (planar YUV 422) 1: [0x32315559] 'YU12' (planar YUV 420) 2: [0x32315659] 'YV12' (planar YVU 420) 3: [0x3631564E] 'NV16' (planar YUV 422 UV combined) 4: [0x3231564E] 'NV12' (planar YUV 420 UV combined) 5: [0x3136564E] 'NV61' (planar YUV 422 VU combined) 6: [0x3132564E] 'NV21' (planar YUV 420 VU combined) 7: [0x32314D48] 'HM12' (MB YUV420) 8: [0x56595559] 'YUYV' (YUV422 YUYV) 9: [0x55595659] 'YVYU' (YUV422 YVYU) 10: [0x59565955] 'UYVY' (YUV422 UYVY) 11: [0x59555956] 'VYUY' (YUV422 VYUY) 12: [0x31384142] 'BA81' (RAW Bayer BGGR 8bit) 13: [0x47524247] 'GBRG' (RAW Bayer GBRG 8bit) 14: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer GRBG 8bit) 15: [0x47425247] 'GRBG' (RAW Bayer RGGB 8bit) 16: [0x30314742] 'BG10' (RAW Bayer BGGR 10bit) 17: [0x30314247] 'GB10' (RAW Bayer GBRG 10bit) 18: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer GRBG 10bit) 19: [0x30314142] 'BA10' (RAW Bayer RGGB 10bit) 20: [0x32314742] 'BG12' (RAW Bayer BGGR 12bit) 21: [0x32314247] 'GB12' (RAW Bayer GBRG 12bit) 22: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer GRBG 12bit) 23: [0x32314142] 'BA12' (RAW Bayer RGGB 12bit) V4L2 pixel sizes: ( 3264 x 2448 ) Pixels ( 3264 x 1836 ) Pixels ( 1920 x 1080 ) Pixels ( 1280 x 720 ) Pixels ( 1600 x 1200 ) Pixels ( 800 x 600 ) Pixels ( 640 x 480 ) Pixels Sensor size: 640x480 pixels Pixel Format: V4L2_PIX_FMT_YUV420 [0x32315559] Frame #10 will be saved! Length: 466944 Bytesused: 466944 Address: 0xde03f8 FPS[0]: 12.74 Length: 466944 Bytesused: 466944 Address: 0xde0400 FPS[1]: 30.24 Length: 466944 Bytesused: 466944 Address: 0xde0408 FPS[2]: 29.19 Length: 466944 Bytesused: 466944 Address: 0xde0410 FPS[3]: 25.70 Length: 466944 Bytesused: 466944 Address: 0xde0418 FPS[4]: 31.95 Length: 466944 Bytesused: 466944 Address: 0xde0420 FPS[5]: 35.26 Length: 466944 Bytesused: 466944 Address: 0xde0428 FPS[6]: 30.04 Length: 466944 Bytesused: 466944 Address: 0xde0430 FPS[7]: 30.04 Length: 466944 Bytesused: 466944 Address: 0xde03f8 FPS[8]: 30.06 Length: 466944 Bytesused: 466944 Address: 0xde0400 FPS[9]: 6.26 ------- Avg FPS: 30.31 -------- Some output:
  6. Good Morning, I'm using the 5" LCD of LeMaker designed for Banana Pi. For some reason I changed from legacy Kernel to vanilla kernel. But now in the vanilla kernel touch screen driver isn't available anymore. In legacy kernel it the ft5x_ts module. Is there an other way to make my Display working with touch again? Displays: http://wiki.lemaker.org/BananaPro/Pi:LCD_Module Martin
  7. I've try to upgrade my pi to newest version of the system yesterday, but FAILED for both apt-get upgrade or by download and write the newest image. Here is my working log: 1. apt-upgrade from armbian 5.14 image - error message indicate there's error during the apt-get update process - reboot, the boot screen shows no bootup message, than begin the TFTP startup process - wait until TFTP timeout, the system halt. 2. download and write the newest **Armbian_5.20_Bananapipro_Ubuntu_xenial_4.7.3.7z** - can be startup with the boot screen, both power led and disk io led (green led) work as expected - system halt after a few second, the power led goes off - can power on the pi by long press the power button, but as same as the first boot, powered off a few seconds after power on - the message goes too fast, can't see what exact stage it reach Right now, I've to go back to the last working image (Armbian_5.14_Bananapipro_Ubuntu_xenial_4.6.2).
  8. When doing apt-upgrade to get the latest linux-jessie-root-cubieboard2, it fails with this error message: # apt-get upgrade Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Calculating upgrade... Done The following packages will be upgraded: linux-jessie-root-cubieboard2 1 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded. 3 not fully installed or removed. Need to get 0 B/1.810 kB of archives. After this operation, 0 B of additional disk space will be used. Do you want to continue? [Y/n] Y (Reading database ... 51863 files and directories currently installed.) Preparing to unpack .../linux-jessie-root-cubieboard2_5.00_armhf.deb ... Unpacking linux-jessie-root-cubieboard2 (5.00) over (4.81) ... dpkg: error processing archive /var/cache/apt/archives/linux-jessie-root-cubieboard2_5.00_armhf.deb (--unpack): unable to make backup link of `./boot/bin/cubieboard.bin' before installing new version: Operation not permitted dpkg-deb: error: subprocess paste was killed by signal (Broken pipe) Processing triggers for systemd (215-17+deb8u3) ... Errors were encountered while processing: /var/cache/apt/archives/linux-jessie-root-cubieboard2_5.00_armhf.deb E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) When /boot is on NAND it is not possible to link files there, maybe that is the problem?
  9. hello, I am running Armbian 5.17 on nanopi neo(linux kernel 3.4.112).Today I built Debian jessie 8 image using the armbian build tool. Now I am using D-link DWA123 dongle for wifi(rev d1,rtl8188eu chip).Now it didnt work out of the box(used wicd-curses for wifi setup,nothing shows up).So I decided to build the driver. I pulled the source from https://github.com/lwfinger/rtl8188eu and then I went to src directory /usr/src/linux...and ran make scripts which didnt return any error. after that I went inot rtl8188eu directory and ran make ARCH=arm and this is the reply I got, make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE= -C /lib/modules/3.4.112-sun8i/build M=/home/npi/rtl8188eu modules make[1]: Entering directory '/usr/src/linux-headers-3.4.112-sun8i' Building modules, stage 2. MODPOST 0 modules make[1]: Leaving directory '/usr/src/linux-headers-3.4.112-sun8i' after that, "sudo make install" returned error and i saw that nothing was built. I tried the same in Ubuntu 14.04 trusty 3.4.112 and driver was compiled successfully but it didnt work either.The dongle is okay(I checked i on my Ubuntu Desktop and it worked) Now is this a bug??
  10. I am trying to connect a SNBC receipt printer to my Banana Pi - model number: BTP-r580(II) However, dmesg shows that whilst it is identified as a USB device, it is not identified as a printer (probably not helped by the fact that all of their receipt printers appear to have idVendor = 0x154f and idProduct = 0x154f Whilst their website (http://www.newbeiyang.com) has downloads for linux drivers, once connected there is no /dev/usb nor a dev/ttyUSB0 directory (in case it is recognised as a serial device). The linux drivers appear to be used for CUPs which is not installed, so I have not downloaded them. Someone else has the same problem on the Raspberry Pi with a differernt printer from this manufacturer - https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=119253 Where should I go from here?
  11. Hi Folks, I installed armbian Jessie with Desktop and Kernel 4.6.3 on my Banana Pi. I'm glad to see, that most of modules I need are installed and working properly. Good job, thanks! But there is one little problem I've got with the kernel. I need pwm (Pin PB2) to control the backlight of my LCD. With Bananian I used sunxi-pwm modul. Worked fine, but isn't installed in the kernel 4.6.3. I know there are ways to build it into the kernel. But befor I'll build an own kernel, I'm hoping of an other way to make pwm for backlight working again. I saw an pwm folder at /sys/class/pwm and also pwm-sun4i modul can be loaded. Unfortunately /sys/class/pwm is empty and stays empty even when I load pwm-sun4i. In the devicetree I can see a pwm device: /sys/firmware/devicetree/base/soc@01c00000/pwm@01c20e00. Has anyone an Idea how I can pwm make working with this System? Yours Martin
  12. Hello! I am working on a project that requires coss platform development. Optimally I wish to connect the B-Pro directly to my computer in order to access it from there. Is there any work on this available? I know the BeagleBone can do it for example, bt haven't found anything related to the Pro. Any Information would be inmensely useful and appreciated. Added to this, I want to know if any of you have had any experience with QT for the BPro as well. Thank you!
  13. The Cedrus HW encoder is working on A64 (POC). FFmpeg 2.8.6 with cedrus264 can be found for testing here: https://github.com/avafinger/ffmpeg_cedrus264_A64 It was tested on Pine64+ (1GB) and OV5640. Output: VDPAU SUNXI] VE version 0x1689 opened. Output #0, h264, to 'test.h264': Metadata: encoder : Lavf56.40.101 Stream #0:0: Video: h264 (cedrus264), nv12, 1024x768, q=2-31, 200 kb/s, 15 fps, 15 tbn, 15 tbc Metadata: encoder : Lavc56.60.100 cedrus264 Stream mapping: Stream #0:0 -> #0:0 (rawvideo (native) -> h264 (cedrus264)) Press [q] to stop, [?] for help frame= 12 fps=0.0 q=-0.0 size= 89kB time=00:00:00.80 bitrate= 910.4kbits/ frame= 24 fps= 22 q=-0.0 size= 170kB time=00:00:01.60 bitrate= 868.2kbits/ frame= 36 fps= 22 q=-0.0 size= 233kB time=00:00:02.40 bitrate= 796.0kbits/ frame= 48 fps= 22 q=-0.0 size= 309kB time=00:00:03.20 bitrate= 791.3kbits/ frame= 60 fps= 22 q=-0.0 size= 406kB time=00:00:04.00 bitrate= 831.6kbits/ frame= 72 fps= 22 q=-0.0 size= 501kB time=00:00:04.80 bitrate= 855.6kbits/ frame= 84 fps= 22 q=-0.0 size= 583kB time=00:00:05.60 bitrate= 853.4kbits/ frame= 96 fps= 22 q=-0.0 size= 664kB time=00:00:06.40 bitrate= 850.1kbits/ frame= 106 fps= 22 q=-0.0 size= 741kB time=00:00:07.06 bitrate= 858.5kbits/ frame= 114 fps= 21 q=-0.0 size= 806kB time=00:00:07.60 bitrate= 869.3kbits/ frame= 122 fps= 20 q=-0.0 size= 856kB time=00:00:08.13 bitrate= 862.0kbits/ frame= 130 fps= 20 q=-0.0 size= 894kB time=00:00:08.66 bitrate= 845.0kbits/ frame= 138 fps= 20 q=-0.0 size= 931kB time=00:00:09.20 bitrate= 829.1kbits/ frame= 140 fps= 20 q=-0.0 Lsize= 940kB time=00:00:09.33 bitrate= 825.1kbits/s dup=69 drop=0 video:940kB audio:0kB subtitle:0kB other streams:0kB global headers:0kB muxing overhead: 0.000000%
  14. Hi Forum, My CT with "Armbian_5.14_Cubietruck_Debian_jessie_4.6.2" image fails to complete apt-get upgrade and dist-upgrade. I haven't installed or removed any package, simply used the original image as it is. It starts the process, gets the packages, unpacks, starts setting them up and hangs at compiling the new headers. I left it working a full night but found with doing nothing. No cpu or disk activity was seen. Has anyone seen this before? Any idea? Thanks, T
  15. Hello ! I recently reimaged my BPi M1 with the vanilla headless Debian Jessie from Armbian. But I have two problems: Main problem (the worst): I have a RAID SATA to USB enclosure (this one: BS-EHD-35/DUALB). After some times and randomly, the drives stops spinning and the enclosure stops itself. I've disabled any power management on hard drive, setup a cron job to write a file every 5 min, disabled autosuspend in usb core... I didn't have this problem with the legacy kernel. I cannot downgrade to it, because I'm using BTRFS with some non-compatible extensions. Note: this is a server with apache, Deluge, Plex and Sonarr. Side problems (I can live with if the first is OK): Also, if the drive isn't connected, the BPi won't boot, and after the enclosure stops, the BPi hang and need a force reset to remount the drive and restart services. Tried a udev rule to automate it, but no luck. Don't understand why the enclosure stops itself, it's not really documented, and tried everything I could think. Thank you, Arno
  16. For those of you following my saga.... Here is the preview of Pine64+ with OV5640. Driver needs some work, but i have something working. Xenial LTS - kernel 3.10.102 - aarch64 Guvcview window res: 2592x1936 window res: 1280x720 window res: 640x480 fswebcam 640x480 1280x720
  17. Guys you do a great work with these distros, i get my respect and i admire you. Some little problem - i wanna to do automatic smart home and for my old devices that use Infra red signal i don't know how to transmit IR signal with Opi PC. I use ESP like middle-ware (send command to opi pc, that the opi pc send the command to esp which transmit it). Do someone know appropriate solution, because this one is sooo hard working and slow? Thanks in advance, for the time, support and the work you do!!!!!
  18. Hi Thank you in advance for the help and the magnificent work ??Has "(BananaPi M1)" KVM kernel supports in Ubuntu Mate 16. I would like to virtualize Windows XP or Windows 7 in "(BananaPi M1)" a social project for non-profit. I'm about to go crazy is this compatible with this board (BananaPi M1) Thank you
  19. Hi Forum, My CT with "Armbian_5.14_Cubietruck_Debian_jessie_4.6.2" image doesn't shut down. Neither short push of power button nor shutdown -P (issued as root) doesn't really power off the board. The red LED is lightning and the display is ON, it halts after reporting "Reached Target Shutdown". The board is OK, for a long push of PB it powers off and with a Cubieez image it shuts down well. Has anyone seen this issue? What to do with it? Thanks, T
  20. I bought some 7 inch HDMI screen(800*480 manufacturer-Alientek) with USB controlled touch screen.( http://www.aliexpress.com/item/New-7-inch-USB-Capacitive-Touch-Screen-LCD-Display-HDMI-for-Raspberry-Pi-Pi2-Wholesale/32607731510.html ) HDMI screen can be displayed on Orange Pi One (Armbian 3.4.112-sun8i) using h3disp command. Touch screen could not work on Orange Pi, but that works on linux i386(4.2.0-38-generic). The symptom is as follows. Touch screen is defined ad /dev/usbdev*.* on Orange Pi. but on linux i386 is defined as hidraw device. (I will use uinput or uhid handing this touch screen). ==== orange pi ===== 1)dmesg [ 194.360084] usb 6-1: new full-speed USB device number 2 using sunxi-ohci 2)lsusb Bus 008 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 007 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub *** Bus 006 Device 002: ID 0483:5750 STMicroelectronics *** Bus 006 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 005 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 001 Device 005: ID 1bcf:0007 Sunplus Innovation Technology Inc. Optical Mouse Bus 001 Device 004: ID 05e3:0608 Genesys Logic, Inc. USB-2.0 4-Port HUB Bus 001 Device 003: ID 413c:2003 Dell Computer Corp. Keyboard Bus 001 Device 002: ID 05e3:0608 Genesys Logic, Inc. USB-2.0 4-Port HUB Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub 3) Not displayed on hidraw device list 4) ls /dev/usbdev* crw------- 1 root root 189, 0 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev1.1 crw------- 1 root root 189, 1 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev1.2 crw------- 1 root root 189, 2 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev1.3 crw------- 1 root root 189, 3 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev1.4 crw------- 1 root root 189, 4 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev1.5 crw------- 1 root root 189, 128 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev2.1 crw------- 1 root root 189, 256 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev3.1 crw------- 1 root root 189, 384 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev4.1 crw------- 1 root root 189, 512 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev5.1 crw------- 1 root root 189, 640 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev6.1 crw------- 1 root root 189, 641 Jun 22 10:51 /dev/usbdev6.2 crw------- 1 root root 189, 768 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev7.1 crw------- 1 root root 189, 896 Jun 21 08:41 /dev/usbdev8.1 4) devadm info -q all -n /dev/usbdev6.2 P: /devices/platform/sunxi-ohci.2/usb6/6-1 N: bus/usb/006/002 E: BUSNUM=006 E: DEVNAME=/dev/bus/usb/006/002 E: DEVNUM=002 E: DEVPATH=/devices/platform/sunxi-ohci.2/usb6/6-1 E: DEVTYPE=usb_device E: DRIVER=usb E: MAJOR=189 E: MINOR=641 E: PRODUCT=483/5750/200 E: SUBSYSTEM=usb E: TYPE=0/0/0 ==== Linux 4.2(i386) ===== 1)dmesg [ 57.106742] input: \xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87 as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.1/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0/0003:0483:5750.0002/input/input4 [ 57.112223] hid-multitouch 0003:0483:5750.0002: input,hiddev0,hidraw1: USB HID v1.10 Mouse [\xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87] on usb-0000:00:1d.1-2/input0 [ 2144.868141] usb 3-2: USB disconnect, device number 2 [ 2149.228073] usb 3-2: new full-speed USB device number 3 using uhci_hcd [ 2149.405133] usb 3-2: New USB device found, idVendor=0483, idProduct=5750 [ 2149.405146] usb 3-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3 [ 2149.405155] usb 3-2: Product: ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87 [ 2149.405164] usb 3-2: Manufacturer: \xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 [ 2149.405173] usb 3-2: SerialNumber: 6D7B207A5357 [ 2149.432694] input: \xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87 as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.1/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0/0003:0483:5750.0003/input/input11 [ 2149.436802] hid-multitouch 0003:0483:5750.0003: input,hiddev0,hidraw1: USB HID v1.10 Mouse [\xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87] on usb-0000:00:1d.1-2/input0 [16162.076104] usb usb3-port2: disabled by hub (EMI?), re-enabling... [16162.076120] usb 3-2: USB disconnect, device number 3 [16162.348039] usb 3-2: new full-speed USB device number 4 using uhci_hcd [16162.520647] usb 3-2: New USB device found, idVendor=0483, idProduct=5750 [16162.520657] usb 3-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3 [16162.520663] usb 3-2: Product: ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87 [16162.520669] usb 3-2: Manufacturer: \xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 [16162.520674] usb 3-2: SerialNumber: 6D7B207A5357 [16162.539878] input: \xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87 as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.1/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0/0003:0483:5750.0004/input/input13 [16162.541787] hid-multitouch 0003:0483:5750.0004: input,hiddev0,hidraw1: USB HID v1.10 Mouse [\xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87] on usb-0000:00:1d.1-2/input0 [18850.396130] usb 3-2: USB disconnect, device number 4 [18852.548037] usb 3-2: new full-speed USB device number 5 using uhci_hcd [18852.724082] usb 3-2: New USB device found, idVendor=0483, idProduct=5750 [18852.724092] usb 3-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3 [18852.724099] usb 3-2: Product: ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87 [18852.724105] usb 3-2: Manufacturer: \xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 [18852.724110] usb 3-2: SerialNumber: 6D7B207A5357 [18852.743319] input: \xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87 as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.1/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0/0003:0483:5750.0005/input/input15 [18852.744946] hid-multitouch 0003:0483:5750.0005: input,hiddev0,hidraw1: USB HID v1.10 Mouse [\xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87] on usb-0000:00:1d.1-2/input0 [22998.196132] usb 3-2: USB disconnect, device number 5 [262129.404037] usb 3-2: new full-speed USB device number 6 using uhci_hcd [262129.580080] usb 3-2: New USB device found, idVendor=0483, idProduct=5750 [262129.580089] usb 3-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3 [262129.580095] usb 3-2: Product: ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87 [262129.580101] usb 3-2: Manufacturer: \xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 [262129.580107] usb 3-2: SerialNumber: 6D7B207A5357 [262129.598320] input: \xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87 as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.1/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0/0003:0483:5750.0006/input/input21 [262129.599280] hid-multitouch 0003:0483:5750.0006: input,hiddev0,hidraw1: USB HID v1.10 Mouse [\xffffffe5\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffb9\xffffffbf\xffffffe5\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffb7\xffffff9e\xffffffe6\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffff98\xffffff9f\xffffffe7\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffbf\xffffffbc\xffffffe7\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffff94\xffffffb5\xffffffe5\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffad\xffffff90\xffffffe7\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffa7\xffffff91\xffffffe8\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffff81\xffffffa2\xffffffe6\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffff9c\xffffff89\xffffffe9\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffff99\xffffff90\xffffffe5\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffff85\xffffffac\xffffffe5\xffffff8f\xffffffb8\xffffff8f\xffffffb8 ALIENTEK \xffffffe8\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffa7\xffffffa6\xffffffe6\xffffff8e\xffffffa7\xffffff8e\xffffffa7USB\xffffffe9\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffbc\xffffffa0\xffffffe6\xffffffa0\xffffff87\xffffffa0\xffffff87] on usb-0000:00:1d.1-2/input0 2)lsusb Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 005 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 003 Device 006: ID 0483:5750 STMicroelectronics Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 002 Device 002: ID 1c4f:0003 SiGma Micro HID controller Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub 3) ls -l /dev/hid* crw------- 1 root root 248, 0 6ì›” 19 09:46 /dev/hidraw0 crw------- 1 root root 248, 1 6ì›” 22 10:34 /dev/hidraw1 4) devadm info -q all -n /dev/hidraw1 P: /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.1/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0/0003:0483:5750.0006/hidraw/hidraw1 N: hidraw1 E: DEVNAME=/dev/hidraw1 E: DEVPATH=/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.1/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0/0003:0483:5750.0006/hidraw/hidraw1 E: ID_BUS=usb E: ID_MODEL=ALIENTEK_触控USBé¼ æ ‡ E: ID_MODEL_ENC=ALIENTEK\x20触控USBé¼ æ ‡ E: ID_MODEL_ID=5750 E: ID_REVISION=0200 E: ID_SERIAL=广州星翼电å­ç§‘è¢æœ‰é™å…¬å¸_ALIENTEK_触控USBé¼ æ ‡_6D7B207A5357 E: ID_SERIAL_SHORT=6D7B207A5357 E: ID_TYPE=hid E: ID_USB_DRIVER=usbhid E: ID_USB_INTERFACES=:030000: E: ID_USB_INTERFACE_NUM=00 E: ID_VENDOR=广州星翼电å­ç§‘è¢æœ‰é™å…¬å¸ E: ID_VENDOR_ENC=广州星翼电å­ç§‘è¢æœ‰é™å…¬å¸ E: ID_VENDOR_ID=0483 E: MAJOR=248 E: MINOR=1 E: SUBSYSTEM=hidraw E: USEC_INITIALIZED=2129599927 5) no /dev/usbdev* list ================================================= I want to know that if I upgrade kernel mainline(4.x) is it possible to define that touch(Alientek) as hidraw? Have anybody heard about this? Could I find mainline armbian kernel(4.x if experimental ok) image? And where?
  21. Hi, I have tested this issue : https://github.com/linux-sunxi/linux-sunxi/issues/244 apparently it is not resolved. kernel panic log :
  22. Hello, I tried several times to install debian in eMMC on Lime2, using nand-sata-install, without success, getting with the message : "There are no targets. Please check your drives." Note that on the same board, the official debian image provided by Olimex is working and can be installed in eMMC Checking with "dmesg | grep mmc", I don't find mmcblk1 (only mmcblk0). I tried with 3.4.112 image from armbian (also with 4.5.2). I installed a lot of images on Lime2 in NAND, so I'm not so unexperienced, but I don't understand where I'm wrong (or what I don't know) Thanks for any help ! Regards,
  23. I am using Cubietruck with Armbian 5:04 Debian Jessie 3.4.110 with Asterisk 13 and Dahdi 2:10 with Amfeltec Piranha USB - FXO. Kernel Panic occurs constantly.
  24. Here is the Guvcview for Orange PI (H3) if you want to watch your CMOS camera in action. Current version is 2.0.2.1. You can try to build it from source (https://github.com/avafinger/guvcview) or wait for the DEB packages if you find it useful.