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  1. Hi, Armbian_21.02.3_Odroidc1_focal_current_5.10.21 how do I find out which number do I need to provide to gpio export command? Let's say I have physical pin 16, which is labeled by the manufacturer as `GPIOX.5` or `102`. But that doesn't work with Armbian: echo 102 > /sys/class/gpio/export [ 1602.030617] export_store: invalid GPIO 102 How do I know the value to provide for /sys/class/gpio/export? # cat /sys/kernel/debug/gpio gpiochip1: GPIOs 413-428, parent: platform/c8100084.pinctrl, aobus-banks: gpio-416 ( |TF_IO ) out lo gpio-417 ( |usb-hub-reset ) out hi gpio-426 ( |c1:blue:alive ) out hi ACTIVE LOW gpiochip0: GPIOs 429-511, parent: platform/c1109880.pinctrl, cbus-banks: gpio-456 ( |regulator-tflash_vdd) out lo gpio-470 ( |PHY reset ) out hi ACTIVE LOW gpio-482 ( |cd ) in hi ACTIVE LOW gpio-492 ( |reset ) out hi ACTIVE LOW Thanks
  2. Images tried : Armbian_21.02.1_Odroidc1_bullseye_current_5.10.12.img.xz Armbian_22.08.0-trunk_Odroidc1_jammy_current_5.18.19.img.xz Results: Armbian_21.02.1_Odroidc1_bullseye_current_5.10.12.img.xz Network is recognized and ssh login possible + Serial console output working. ping gmail.com is working Armbian_22.08.0-trunk_Odroidc1_jammy_current_5.18.19.img.xz Network is not recognized and ssh login possible + Serial console output working. ping gmail.com is not working
  3. I figure I'd make this a new post. Thanks to @Markus_ and @Igor for their help. I'm still trying to get wifi module 3 working, but I'm happy to at least have an up to date C1 image. git clone --depth=1 --branch=master https://github.com/armbian/build cd build mkdir -p ./output/debs wget -c -O ./output/debs/linux-u-boot-current-odroidc1_23.02.0-trunk_armhf.deb http://apt.armbian.com/pool/main/l/linux-u-boot-odroidc1-current/linux-u-boot-current-odroidc1_21.02.3_armhf.deb ./compile.sh CLEAN_LEVEL= BOARD=odroidc1 BRANCH=current RELEASE=jammy REPOSITORY_INSTALL= BUILD_MINIMAL=no BUILD_DESKTOP=no KERNEL_CONFIGURE=no KERNEL_ONLY=no COMPRESS_OUTPUTIMAGE=sha,gpg,img ls ./output/images u-boot has not been able to be built for a while now (last supported image was focal and 5.x kernel). Step 4 copies the last good u-boot to ./output/debs which is created in step 3. Change current in ./output/debs/linux-u-boot-current-odroidc1_23.02.0-trunk_armhf.deb to edge to use edge kernel. Also change build number 23.02.0 to current build number. Step 5 does build without prompting. Change BRANCH=current to BRANCH=edge to build edge branch. If all goes well you should see image with step 6. Issues: reboot not working. Headless, no HDMI. No wifi at this point, just wired. Current branch with 5.x kernel corrupts SD. I found this build totally unusable.
  4. sgjava

    Odroid C1

    Are there any images for the C1? The archive download link is broken.
  5. For testing, I'm looking for volunteers who have an Odroid C1 (s805)
  6. I've tested last night fresh install of armbian buster on my C1. I'm actually use an old jessie where is installed jeedom (with rfxcom + zwave dongle), and a bluetooth dongle.. So i've perfomed jeedom installation (with difficulties) but my usb devices aren't not visble under /dev... Is something wrong with kernel (modules missing), or must i do something ??
  7. Hello, I apologize, I can not speak English and have to write with google translator! will the mainline kernel master branch 5.1.y bionic and buster be finished before the support ends? so the display on hdmi and the hard disks on usb work and wlan?
  8. Hi, I was using Hardkernel's provided image for Odroid C1 and that was working fine. There is bunch of test sensors attached to gpio, like DHT22, BMP085, DS18B20 and 433 mhz receiver. Now I have tried to switch to Armbian and all the sensors keep working as they did, except 433 mhz receiver The RFSniffer I use is this one: https://github.com/ninjablocks/433Utils I changed WiringPI PIN to be used to "5": --- a/RPi_utils/RFSniffer.cpp +++ b/RPi_utils/RFSniffer.cpp @@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { // This pin is not the first pin on the RPi GPIO header! // Consult https://projects.drogon.net/raspberry-pi/wiringpi/pins/ // for more information. - int PIN = 2; + int PIN = 5; Also tested pin 6 - doesn't work Any ideas what may be the difference between Hardkernel's image and Armbian's that made 433 receiver to stop working? Thanks
  9. my TFT shield need fb_odroidc_tft32 missed module from there ) https://github.com/longsleep/ubuntu-odroidc/blob/master/drivers/video/fbtft/fb_odroidc_tft32.c
  10. Hi! I downloaded 'Armbian_5.20_Odroidc1_Debian_jessie_3.10.103.7z' today, put it on a SD card and successfully booted and 'ssh'ed in it. The board - an old C1 - is running fine. Now I want to install fail2ban and mc, but with the original 'sources.list' for apt there's no way to to that via apt-get. Will I run into difficulties if I change the 'sources.list' to the normal Debian ones and make my installations, updates and upgrades from there? Frank
  11. Guest

    [Odroid C1+] issues

    Hello. I tested Armbian Jessie with Odroid C1+ and encountered several issues, would like to know if they're known or if I've done something wrong. 1) Odroid C1+ gets no display if not booting into X11. Framebuffer text console is not present at all. This makes it impossible to do any kind of configuration if not connecting via SSH. 2) If connecting via SSH, updating the system and rebooting, it doesn't seem to boot anymore. The machine is not available for ping, and I can no longer connect to do any further configuration. 3) Issuing "reboot" over SSH seems not to reboot the board, instead power needs to be cycled manually. I'm tried server and desktop images: http://mirror.igorpecovnik.com/Armbian_5.10_Odroidc1_Debian_jessie_3.10.101.7z http://mirror.igorpecovnik.com/Armbian_5.10_Odroidc1_Debian_jessie_3.10.101_desktop.7z With desktop image, I get to X and get output on the television for as long as I update kernel, after which boot seems not possible. Hardkernel's own Ubuntu 14.04 image works perfectly and has none of these issues. Unfortunately, as it's from '14 it has old software, which is I would prefer to use Jessie -based image. Thanks in advance.
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