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  1. the jack audio on my Orange Pi 3 LTS is very noisy... my setup description below anyone having the same issue and fixed it? or anyone that went with a USB audio adapter or a HDMI adapter? thanks for sharing ___________________ this is my setup ORANGE PI 3 LTS headless Linux 6.1.53-current-sunxi64 #1 SMP Wed Sep 13 07:43:05 UTC 2023 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS Release: 22.04 Codename: jammy I'm using alsa and everything plays fine when using bluetooth **** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices **** card 0: ac200audio [ac200-audio], device 0: 508f000.i2s-ac200-dai ac200-dai-0 [508f000.i2s-ac200-dai ac200-dai-0] Subdevices: 1/1 Subdevice #0: subdevice #0 card 1: sun9ihdmi [sun9i-hdmi], device 0: SUN9I-HDMI PCM i2s-hifi-0 [SUN9I-HDMI PCM i2s-hifi-0] Subdevices: 1/1 Subdevice #0: subdevice #0 Using alsamixer I muted all the inputs and the input boost for card 0 further details from mplayer output... mplayer -ao alsa someSong.mp3 MPlayer 1.4 (Debian), built with gcc-11 (C) 2000-2019 MPlayer Team Playing someSong.mp3. libavformat version 58.76.100 (external) Audio only file format detected. Clip info: ... ========================================================================== Opening audio decoder: [mpg123] MPEG 1.0/2.0/2.5 layers I, II, III AUDIO: 44100 Hz, 2 ch, s16le, 192.0 kbit/13.61% (ratio: 24000->176400) Selected audio codec: [mpg123] afm: mpg123 (MPEG 1.0/2.0/2.5 layers I, II, III) ========================================================================== AO: [alsa] 44100Hz 2ch s16le (2 bytes per sample) Video: no video Starting playback...
  2. Hereby a tutorial to connect an MCP2515 based CAN bus interface to an OrangePi 3 running successfull with Buster minimal nightly with 5.3 kernel. It uses the attached user overlay only and doesn’t need any other overlay. Connections CAN module OPi3 26 pin header Raspberry CAN interface 40 pin header Vcc 3.3 CON12-P01 1 Gnd CON12-P06 6 MOSI CON12-P19 19 MISO CON12-P21 21 CLK CON12-P23 23 CS CON12-P24 24 INT CON12-P26 22 Optional 5V for Transceiver on cheap Chinese modules CON12-P02 Not used when equiped with a 3.3V transceiver Add the attached overlay with the command: sudo armbian-add-overlay spi-h6-mcp2515.dts The file /boot/armbianEnv.txt now contains a line: user_overlays=spi-h6-mcp2515 Reboot the OrangePi 3 Check if the MCP2515 is recognized: pi@orangepi3:~$ dmesg | grep mcp If properly connected it should return a line containing: mcp251x spi1.0 can0: MCP2515 successfully initialized. As stated a can0 interface should be generated check it with: pi@orangepi3:~$ sudo ifconfig -a Bring up the network: sudo ip link set can0 up type can bitrate 250000 Check if the interrupt is hooked: cat /proc/interrupts should return a line like this 46: 1 0 0 0 sunxi_pio_edge 8 Edge mcp251x Check for traffic on the CAN bus with candump from can-utils (sudo apt-get install can-utils) candump can0 spi-h6-mcp2515.dts
  3. Hi guys. I installed Armbian 23.8 Bookworm on mmc and I have not eth0 interface. WiFi works. Could you help me?
  4. Hi there, I have OPi3 (not B nor LTS), now I got an SSD module ( https://allegro.pl/oferta/dysk-ssd-128gb-msata-6gb-s-13044566959 ), and it does not seem to work (nothing related in lsblk). I am using Armbian 21.02.3). Any ideas? the red LED is on, mechanically looks compatible with socket do I need something to enable this? armbianmonitor -u : http://ix.io/4Bkf
  5. I'm familiar with ARMbian on Orange PI 3, more specifically I'm trying to master programming in C on this system and hw. Since yesterday I've been searching in vain for some description, ideally with examples of how to control GPIO, I2C and SPI in C. Can you advise?
  6. Hello, The Orange Pi 3 ARMBIAN image is no longer available on ARMBIAN Website, is there any way to get it ? https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-3/ Thanks
  7. I am using an orangePi and I had some scripts with bash but now I have put a screen with more resolution and now I see the text very small. How can you make the text look bigger? I have seen that if I press shift + +/- it increases the size of the letters and with stty size I see that the value of columns and rows has varied. But if I put stty cols 102 rows 29 it does not change the size of the characters. It doesn't work either if I run resize. What can I do?
  8. So I am using Armbian on Linux with Orange Pi 5 and as I connect my Ethernet cable it is not able to connect as if i got to Firefox a tab will not be able to load. Any suggestions.
  9. Hello, I would like to know how they reduce the size of the images and then, when the microSD cards are inserted into a card, they expand to fill the entire space. In other words, the same thing that Armbian images do when we use them for the first time: they are small, and then they occupy all the storage space.
  10. Does "orangepi3" also support Orange Pi 3 LTS? The board looks different from the Orange Pi 3 on the download page and has a different number of USB ports.
  11. Hi. I have my orange PI OPT 3 LTS running Ubuntu.. The system is installed in /dev/mmcblk0 (I believe that's the SD card?), and I just checked with gparted that it still has the Android it came with on /dev/mmcblk2 (I believe that's the internal memory?) Anyway, I would like to move Ubuntu to the external USB HDD I added. I created a /dev/sdb2 for it in ext4. I launched nand-sata-install a few times, but I'm afraid of picking the wrong options.. Which options should I pick to ensure that it does not destroy my Ubuntu installation in the process? Many thanks, -t
  12. Hi, I've installed Armbian 23.02 Jammy Gnome from https://www.armbian.com/orangepi-5/ on my new Orange Pi 5. Unfortunately, it looks ugly compared to Ubuntu on my x86_64 PC. The main problem is the irregular use of occasional single-colour icons - for example the trash-can in the dock. Is it possible to make Armbian 23.02 Jammy Gnome not use these single-colour icons, and use Ubuntu icons throughout?
  13. HI to all, excuse me but this is my first msg. I have a OPI3 board and I try different OS (Arabian, Ubuntu, Debian) all in different release but I do not have wifi and lan. for wifi I have already try with copy firmware file but is is the same for lan I have in dmesg eth0. UP and DOWN. In my experience I have found only Ubuntu Xenial 4.9.118 on the Orange.org web site with wifi OK. can you help me? Thanks
  14. I have an OrangePI h3, I upload the Armbian in the SD card, but independent if the SD card is in or not, the Orange pi always display the both network leds turned on. Therefore I do not know if my problem is related to the SO or any hardware problem.
  15. Any patch files I put in build/userpatches/kernel/archive/sunxi-6.1/ are applied correctly, however I cannot disable an Armbian patche. When I put a blank file in userpatches the original patch file remains active. I'm trying to disable: patch/kernel/archive/sunxi-6.1/patches.armbian/arm64-dts-sun50i-h6-orangepi.dtsi-Rollback-r_rsb-to-r_i2c.patch I put a blank file in: build/userpatches/kernel/archive/sunxi-6.1/patches.armbian/arm64-dts-sun50i-h6-orangepi.dtsi-Rollback-r_rsb-to-r_i2c.patch I've also tried putting a blank file in:- build/userpatches/kernel/archive/sunxi-6.1/arm64-dts-sun50i-h6-orangepi.dtsi-Rollback-r_rsb-to-r_i2c.patch Please can somebody tell me what I'm doing wrong?
  16. Hello, Apologies for wrong tag, but I am hoping one or more can help with what has been a frustrating process for a Linux\Orange Pi newbie. Background information: I got Orange Pi 800 due to shortages with Pi 400. I wanted to run home assistant on it. Came to determine to get what I wanted would entail having Debian installed and not Ubuntu. Flashed the micro sd card and the Pi 800 does not boot to it. I was able to remote to it via Putty, but I was not able to set it up correctly. What ended up happening was Debian got installed but not in the way I expected. The Orange Pi desktop still boots but I get system application error. The Orange Pi can see the micro sd. I used Etcher and I thought it was set to be boot able. Basically I want to start fresh and install fresh. The other thing since this botched upgrade of sorts I hear a clicking sound I did not hear previously. Any and all helping for a newbie appreciated. thank you.
  17. After installing the Bullseye version in the Orange PI3, I launched the Kodi installation. The videos however are in slow motion, with the audio at normal speed. Are there any codecs missing? The video driver? Thanks
  18. My Opi3 has been running armbian for over 2 years (edge kernels & usually fully up-to-date). I have been using eMMC & I noticed an apparent slowdown about 6 months ago. As it performs cron-based tasks and is a stats collector, this performance was not noticable but doing a manual BIG dist-upgrade, it seems to take forever (20 minutes to do what should be under 5 minutes). If I run "mmc extcsd read /dev/mmcblk1", the results tell me that the eMMC is at least 90% used whatever that really means. Is this a sign of imminent failure ? hdparm shows read results of 17 MB/s which is actually slower than my alternative SD card boot device and nearly 1/10th the result of a mounted flash disk (146 MB/s). Am I right in assuming that the eMMC is really at the end of its life and I should look to move to an alternative primary storage for boot etc. I do all of my "work" on a mounted flash drive so data loss is not an issue. Is the way to go as follows : minimal boot from the eMMC or an SD card which switches ALL further OS work to the flash drive How does one formally disable the eMMC storage entirely ? Thanks
  19. Hi, I'd really like to set up an affordable pi hole on my new network. I think I have it narrowed down to three choices, but I'm not sure which to select. There's an orange pi 3 LTS kit available for $61. However, there is a warning listed on that Armbian image regarding the PCIE controller, that I don't understand the implications of. How serious is that problem? For a significantly less I can pick up this android TV box, that has set up tutorials on YouTube for Armbian. TX3 Mini Android 8.1 TV Box 4K TV Amlogic S905W Quad core H.265 Decoding 2.4GHz WiFi TV Box - 2GB/16GB. But it's not clear to me how much more challenging this would be to set up/maintain compared to an orange pi. Lastly, there's an orange, For Lts Kit for $110 which is initially quite a bit more than I wanted to pay, but I'm wondering if the ease of setup, and potential additional functionality might make it worth it. It's still less than half the price of a similarly powered raspberry pi at the moment.
  20. Hello, I own several Orange Pi 3 which I bought at different times. The last batch couldn't run the firmware I used previously: the ethernet was broken. So I suspect there is a new ethernet chipset on it. Current Armbian (Armbian_22.08.1_Orangepi3_jammy_current_5.15.63) works on both types. How could I differentiate the chipsets from the command line? Thank you
  21. Hello, on a fresh install (Armbian_22.08.1_Orangepi3_jammy_current_5.15.63), the ethernet eth0 interface doesn't retrieve any IP. Here comes the kernel ethernet related messages: After that, I have launched a dhclient command that took several minutes to stop. Then, an APIPA address is attributed to eth0 nterface. So I have launched armbian-config to set the eth0 to static. And it worked. But how to make DHCP works? Thank you PS all others devices on my network can retrieve an IP by DHCP. I also tried others OS on my Orange Pi 3 boards and they grab an IP. The issue comes from Armbian.
  22. Issue: 1. I have Armbian 22.05 installed on emmc 2. I have run apt upgrade 3. During the process, I got an error due stated that no space on /boot 4. I have tried to reboot but no sign that board starting 5. I have burn SD, load from SD, copy SD boot to emmc boot and than can boot from emmc again The main question is how to prevent this issue in future? How to clean-up /boot from obsolete kernels and avoid space issue?
  23. I have a orangepi board with H6 , it have BSP android 7 firmware. Now , I can enter BSP uboot shell. want to find a way to boot mainline kernel instead of BSP kernel. How to do that ? Any help would be much appreciated. EDIT: On amlogic arm64 board can use go command to load mainline u-boot , Does allwinner board have the similar way to do that ?
  24. I have tried 3 Orange Pi 3 images on my orange Pi 3 LTS. None of them will mount the root fs and continue booting. It shows btrfs, but the partition is ext4 and the armbianEnv.txt file has the correct UUID and ext4 stated. I can boot an image from the OrangePi website, so I am 99% certain it is not the power supply or sd card.
  25. Just for info from cnx-software. Orangepi 3 H6 chip is launched!!!!
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