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محمد بسام

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Hi 

how can i access to internet using OPI 1 ??? i tried  to drive a wifi dongle but i didnt work 

then i decid to connect with lan by creating a bridge but it didnt work too ...

any help???

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Network is configured to connect to network automatically. If a DHCP server is running on it. More Wifi dongles are supported in modern kernel images - use that and documentation.

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2 hours ago, محمد بسام said:

unfortunately, it didn't work I applied the first step,

It seems that you are using a WiFi USB dongle that is not supported, otherwise it would appeared !

Use some RTL8188 or MT7601 dongles, it should work fine ...

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2 hours ago, martinayotte said:

It seems that you are using a WiFi USB dongle that is not supported, otherwise it would appeared !

Use some RTL8188 or MT7601 dongles, it should work fine ...

I use mt7601u USB wifi dongle and I think it is compatible with my board am I right? 

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21 minutes ago, محمد بسام said:

I use mt7601u USB wifi dongle and I think it is compatible with my board am I right? 


Yes, but only if

 

- your board is this https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-one/

- you are using Armbian Buster/Bionic with kernel 4.19.y (first two options)

- your power supply is good

- your board hardware is fully functional

 

If you are using this board https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-one-plus/ I am not sure, board is officially not supported yet since we are still in fixing bugs mode ... and perhaps those wireless cards are not enabled by some coincidence yet.

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4 minutes ago, Igor said:

Yes, but only if

 

- your board is this https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-one/

- you are using Armbian Buster/Bionic with kernel 4.19.y (first two options)

- your power supply is good

- your board hardware is fully functional

 

If you are using this board https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-one-plus/ I am not sure, board is officially not supported yet since we are still in fixing bugs mode ... and perhaps those wireless cards are not enabled by some coincidence yet.

im using Orange pi one

& yes im using armbian Buster 4.19

my power supply is good 

so what is the problem???

i cant reach to the internet until now i dont konw if i should configure the wifi usb dongle or not 

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27 minutes ago, محمد بسام said:

so what is the problem???


Then I don't know and I have to test on the device since you didn't provide logs. Perhaps next week, perhaps later ... perhaps someone else will step up and report. 

Check this in the mean time:

 

 

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1 hour ago, محمد بسام said:

i do not understand what you mean

Troubleshooting ...

First, do you see your WiFi USB dongle while doing a "lsusb" ?

Second, check "dmesg | grep mt7601", do you see something like this ? :

[    8.099286] mt7601u 3-1:1.0: ASIC revision: 76010001 MAC revision: 76010500
[    8.147058] mt7601u 3-1:1.0: EEPROM ver:0d fae:00
[    8.389047] usbcore: registered new interface driver mt7601u
[    8.414287] mt7601u 3-1:1.0 wlx0022c0111000: renamed from wlan0

 

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On 10/17/2019 at 8:33 PM, martinayotte said:

Troubleshooting ...

First, do you see your WiFi USB dongle while doing a "lsusb" ?

Second, check "dmesg | grep mt7601", do you see something like this ? :

 

IMG_20191018_141735.jpg

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19 minutes ago, martinayotte said:

mmmm ...

I think you should try again with a different WiFi dongle, this one looks defective ...

when I tried this dongle with windows its works  correctly but I don't know why it's not work here.

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2 hours ago, محمد بسام said:

when I tried this dongle with windows its works  correctly but I don't know why it's not work here.

windows has it own driver, but maybe this chipset isnt common on linux or this armbian-image?

It looks like that your WiFi-Dongle respond properly on the OPi One - so it looks like a bad device or to less power on the usb-port.

 

You could try to configure it with nmtui

check there if it will find any wifi in range.

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2 hours ago, guidol said:

windows has it own driver, but maybe this chipset isnt common on linux or this armbian-image?

It looks like that your WiFi-Dongle respond properly on the OPi One - so it looks like a bad device or to less power on the usb-port.

 

You could try to configure it with nmtui

check there if it will find any wifi in range.

I tried to configure it with nmtui but it didn't work

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Have you tried plugging anything else into the usb port? Did it work? Like a usb flash, another wifi dongle or usb-hdd?

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7 hours ago, kimidare said:

Have you tried plugging anything else into the usb port? Did it work? Like a usb flash, another wifi dongle or usb-hdd?

yes, like a mouse, keyboard it works,

by the way when I use lsusb the wifi dongle show up but it didn't show the available network .

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20 hours ago, guidol said:

but maybe this chipset isnt common on linux or this armbian-image

I'm using MT7601 on my OPiOnePlus, and the "dmesg" I've provided above is using kernel 5.3.1 doesn't shows any error.

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