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  1. # PROBLEM: Recent bananapi m1 images (and other A20 boards?) have no kernel headers, and armbian-config is not working so no hardware support. # SOLUTION: Armbian_23.02.2_Bananapi_jammy_current_5.15.93.img.xz Take this image and install the headers manually - or update to recent ones from here (not all work). NOTE: Armbian_23.02.2_Bananapi_jammy_current_5.15.93_minimal.img.xz While is the same build, cannot unfreeze kernel changes in armbian-config gui Flash SD and drop the 3 kernel packages in /root/ After first boot run $ apt upgrade && apt upgrade --fix-missing Unfreeze kernel with $ armbian-config -> system -> unfreeze (should accept) Install kernel packages: $ dpkg -i <package-dtb.deb> <package-image.deb> <package-header.deb> reboot & freeze kernel again compare build scripts current vs minimal - and merge upstream? I am noob Please show the way. Files pack: https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fo/0bdengzqkn5x798ddxvp7/h?rlkey=i6kilnhhr6xzxgkmipfqy19pr&dl=0 credits: Note to self: I should learn how to compile and build images.
  2. Hi I have old orange pi A20 board with vga https://www.armbian.com/orangepi/ It armbian loads as expected, environmet file I added the fdt line. But after I reboot after command armbian-install after transfering files to the ssd hard drive it board does not start without errors. failed to mount media/mmcboot dependency failed for /boot dependency failed for local file systems <..> you are in emergency mode attached image of the error: imgbb_link
  3. My Opi first not start when i edit armbianEnv.txt. what am I doing wrong? "For proper hardware support you need to edit /boot/armbianEnv.txt and add: fdtfile=sun7i-a20-orangepi.dtb following by reboot."
  4. Hello After a couple of years, I took my "ancient" OrangePi board and found it working well with Ubuntu 18.04 (kernel 3.14.113). And I even did distr update to 20.04. So HW is ok. I found that Armibian support status of OrangiPi is changed to "Supported" and decided to try the latest image with modern kernel "Armbian_21.02.1_Bananapi_focal_current_5.10.12_desktop.img.xz" (shared image between OrangePi and BananaPi). XFCE desktop was loaded but USB was not working. And that was the known mismatch between OrangePi and BananaPi HW conguration. So I updated "/boot/armbianEnv.txt" with "fdtfile=sun7i-a20-orangepi.dtb". But after that video became OFF and board is working only as network remote station. That makes me think that supplied "sun7i-a20-orangepi.dtb" is incorrect. Does it make sense? (if I remove "fdtfile=sun7i-a20-orangepi.dtb" video is working again but USB is not) Where can I get an older version of "sun7i-a20-orangepi.dtb"? (old bin/fex file in old OragnePi images was ok) P.S. Does Armbian_21.02.1 supports HW video acceleration with 5.10 kernel? And how to make WiFi working? (ifconfig do not show WiFi interface) Thank you
  5. Hi, I have two questions: 1. Where can I download the latest image for my board? rom this forum entry I see there is no armbian image for the first Orange Pi? The link https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi/ doesn't work, as it redirects to https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-plus/ which is definetly not the same (A20<>H3) 2. After doing a 'firmware upgrade' from armbian-config, it identifies itself as a Banana-pi. Is it normal? The MOTD is BPi and armbian-config shows BananaPi as well.
  6. hello everyone my Orange Pi A20 does not detect any USB device with the current versions of Stretch or Bionic, but works fine with Wheezy I had try with a printer, a scanner, or USB stick. When something is connected, nothing appears in dmesg or lsusb. Yes...yes...I've been reading the troubleshooting FAQs and Google it for an answer. Change power supply and SD card, etc. But a printer or scanner doesn't consume too much power from the USB, does it? in a last effort I went back to the old Debian Wheezy (downloaded from orangepi.org) and everything works fine. Any help with that? Could it be a kernel parameter or module?
  7. Hello, I just intalled the new Armbian 5.10 on my orange pi mini. I tried to play a video, but after i start it there was only black screen and audio. If i changed the vo to X11 it's worked but with vdpau it's not. Can someone help me how to make it work? Thanks, Sp0T
  8. Hi, I own the first Orange Pi (A20, VGA, HDMI, NAND, 4xUSB, WiFi). I notice there is no Armbian image for download anymore. The last one I still have is a 3.4.113, 5.25 Ubuntu/Xenial-default-desktop (currently running from the NAND very well, but I can't seem to run the wifi in AP mode). Is Armbian for this board is dropped for good ? Is there a way to update my 5.25 to last version without breaking everything ? Or maybe convert a A20 image to this board, using the working image I'm currently using ? Thanks !
  9. Hi all, First, thanks to Igor for his job with Armbian: Scripts, compilations etc. Very apprecied so far. I own an Orange Pi 1 based on A20 SoC. Armbian kernel 4.4.1 is installed, no problem. (I have used the Igor's script to upgrade it) But I'm trying to change the bin file in /boot/bin, it seems to not work, no change if I set screen0_output_mode = 5 In orangepi.fex Of course, I'm using the bin2fex & fex2bin exec on my desktop (Kubuntu 16.04 x64), and I copy the new bin file in /boot/bin/orangepi.bin The goal is to change the first resolution, because I would like to solve this problem (see the photo, the display exceeds) on my DIY tablet. Have you an idea to solve it (the bin file problem, or the size screen in general) ? Thanks!
  10. Is it possible to shut down power to a particular USB port? I have a sensor that is using USB also to power itself. I don't need it running all the time - hence - I'd like to turn it off.
  11. Hi, I'm trying to boot from SATA the original OrangePI: Using the Jessie "Linux orangepi 4.9.12-sunxi #4 SMP Thu Feb 23 19:46:51 CET 2017 armv7l GNU/Linux" Followed this thread: https://forum.armbian.com/index.php/topic/329-moving-linux-to-sata-or-external-drive/ - copied to /dev/sda1 - edited /boot/boot.cmd and changed to /dev/sda1 - edited the mounted sda1 fstab and changed / to SATA drive UUID - compiled: mkimage -C none -A arm -T script -d /boot/boot.cmd /boot/boot.scr Rebooted but Orange Pi still boots from mSD card and does not use SATA drive. Question: Should I use UUID of the SATA drive in /boot/boot.cmd?
  12. Hi. Not so far downloaded the latest available isos for Orange Pi (the very first version) - usb not working - for example for Logitech wireless keyboard or mouse. In the past I've already reported this problem - there was fix. Is it possible to fix again? PS Why there is no separete image for Orange Pi? Why banana pi image? Thanks in advance.
  13. Cannot open this file: http://mirror.igorpecovnik.com/Armbian_5.14_Orangepi_Ubuntu_xenial_4.6.2.7z From http://www.armbian.com/orange-pi/ MD5 is: aed2af7290cc645ba7282d5fa78766a9 Please, reupload it
  14. I've tried both Armbian_5.00_Orangepi_Debian_jessie_4.4.1 and Armbian_5.00_Orangepi_Ubuntu_trusty_4.4.1_desktop (needs the Option "HWCursor" "off" in /etc/X11/xorg.conf). On both, after some minutes (hours?) of inactivity video id off and I 'cant turn it on. A restart fix the problem. Apart of the video, everything works just fine. I can login via SSH with no problem. Any clue?
  15. Hello I'm investigating update from wheezy to trusty on my OrangePI (A20) based home media server. I'm using custom kernel 3.4.110 with SATA multiplier support. System is on HDD. I had few remarks and issues (part of them were solved but some are not): - Video acceleration was not working out of the box on trusty desktop image but it was solved it by installing "Desktop-extras for Jessie-desktop (sunxi)" - it looks it could be added as default for trusty. But mvp package can't be installed due to depedencies to libs which I did not found in ubuntu reps?! - compositing if OFF in xfce but when I moving windows on the desktop, CPU load is becoming 100% till I stop moving them, if I enable compositing then windows moves are not loading the CPU but video acceleration doesn't work - What could be a reason of extra CPU loading when I move windows? 2D acceleration issue? udev rules issue for G2D? - ALSA works out of the box. Pulseaudio is installed in trusty image by default but it is not started at system boot and programs (e.g. mplayer) can't init the pulse driver even if I start it manually by service pulseaudio start: AO: [pulse] Init failed: Connection refused - BTW. I did this patch for SATA multiplier (AgeStar DAS). I copy it to /userpatches/kernel/sun7i-default folder - work's good for the legacy kernel --- a/drivers/ata/sw_ahci_platform.c +++ b/drivers/ata/sw_ahci_platform.c @@ -249,7 +249,7 @@ .udma_mask = ATA_UDMA6, .port_ops = &ahci_ops, .private_data = (void*)(AHCI_HFLAG_32BIT_ONLY | AHCI_HFLAG_NO_MSI - | AHCI_HFLAG_NO_PMP | AHCI_HFLAG_YES_NCQ), + | AHCI_HFLAG_YES_NCQ), }; static struct ahci_platform_data sw_ahci_platform_data = {
  16. Hi. Yesterday tried new images - Debian+Ubuntu. In both cases - my wireless Logitech K400 is not working in all 4 usb. (no problem with keyboard connected to windows laptop) Any suggestions? Thanks.
  17. Dear All Have anybody tried and connected the following screen to Orange PI under armbian? If so, could I please ask any instructions? http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Orange-Pi-7-inch-LVDS-LCD-Module-7-Touch-Screen-F-Raspberry-Pi-Car-GPS/32315435767.html
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