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[SOLVED] Orange Pi Lite OpenElec Wifi

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 Author| Published in 2016-6-4 10:47:17 from mobile | Show all floors
That great video!

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Published in 2016-6-10 13:19:38 | Show all floors
hi, i'am new and i don't understand how to start openelec image in my OPI lite, can someone help me with that
i've burned the image with phenixcard but it wont recognize the image and wont start up.
should i burn on USD stick and upgrade the OS or ?

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Published in 2016-6-10 14:46:46 | Show all floors
you have to unzip it first

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Published in 2016-6-10 14:54:14 | Show all floors
And use Win32DiskImager.

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Published in 2016-6-10 17:56:13 | Show all floors
thank you, i will trie

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Published in 2016-6-10 18:38:54 | Show all floors
You need two software utilities to prepare/burn/download SD Card for this image (1) SDFormatter (2)Win32Diskimager.
First format card using SDFormatter then burn Image using Win32Diskimager .

And Believe me once you are up and running with Openelec on OPLite you will definately enjoy this whole thing ... Cheap/good quality/featurefull Hardware by xulong and Openelec port by Jernej makes an excellent combination .... here i would  also like to thanks Jernej for his efforts ...good work....keep it up Jernej .

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Published in 2016-6-10 19:49:25 | Show all floors
Atech replied at 2016-6-10 18:38
You need two software utilities to prepare/burn/download SD Card for this image (1) SDFormatter (2)W ...

thank you for your replay,i will give it a go

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Published in 2016-6-12 21:26:32 | Show all floors
jernej replied at 2016-6-10 14:46
you have to unzip it first

Hi, jernej. How did you solved the random MAC address issue? I have this issue on Armbian 5.13 also the HT20 issue.

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Published in 2016-6-12 21:42:57 | Show all floors
mac address is generated at first boot and saved in /storage/.config/mac.txt At every other boot it is loaded from there. However, if you flash another clean image, it will be different, obviously. Armbian also generates it at first boot and then use it every other boot. It should work there too.

Not sure what do you mean by HT20 issue? There someone mentioned something about HT40 channels, but others commented that's not really an issue, because wifi standard by itself doesn't really allow that.

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Published in 2016-6-13 13:17:42 | Show all floors
ivanb replied at 2016-6-10 19:49
thank you for your replay,i will give it a go

thank you very much, it works
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