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Published in 2018-1-22 19:27:46 | Show all floors
Levitsky86 replied at 2018-1-19 01:22
Can someone answer me, please???

You read forum?
LibreElec 03/2017 - power off
LibreElec 02/2017 - suspend
OpenElec 02/2017 - suspend
use KEY_POWER
PS: yes, have problem with wi-fi(MT7601) after wake up, use wired LAN port - work correct after wake up.

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Published in 2018-1-29 17:16:34 | Show all floors
Edited by Levitsky86 at 2018-1-29 17:23
c0013r replied at 2018-1-22 19:27
You read forum?
LibreElec 03/2017 - power off
LibreElec 02/2017 - suspend

Thanks for your help!

I read the forum many times but I have never found that information you mentioned about build-suspend. So, if I have LibreELEC 03/2017 then I should try Key_power.

As for the Wi-Fi I never use it and my board is connected with Ethernet wire but I it looses my MAC address (LAN MAC address, not Wi-Fi)... Maybe it's because I used Suspend and not Power off, I would try Power off then.

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Published in 2018-1-30 06:29:40 from mobile | Show all floors
Edited by Levitsky86 at 2018-2-5 12:40

OK, I have tried the "key_power" and it finally started to suspend/wake up my board! Many thanks for that!

What I still have is the remaining problem with lost MAC address. I am not using Wi-Fi and I have switched it off but the board still looses its MAC address every time it wakes up and I have to reboot it then as there is no Internet. I have Orange Pi Plus 2e and what is wrong with it?
P.S. Perhaps, I have to disable the Wi-Fi adapter in script.bin somehow? Or, may be somehow physically?

Besides, as I see from specifications my board has the Realtek RTL8189ETV, IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi adapter and not the MT7601.


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