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Published in 2015-6-12 23:21:17 | Show all floors |Read mode
Edited by zhao_steven at 2015-6-13 07:01

for Orange Pi Plus 1080P@60
How to change the resolution?
First you have burned Lubuntu or Raspbian image to MicroSD card in ubuntu 64bit(host).
Second you use command:
  sudo dd if=u-boot-sun8iw7p1.bin of=/dev/sdb bs=1024 seek=16400
  to upadte u-boot.
Third you copy script.bin to your MicroSD card boot partition /dev/sdb1 or /dev/mmcblk0p1

How convert sys_config.fex to script.bin?
busybox unix2dos sys_config.fex
./script sys_config.fex >/dev/null
mv sys_config.bin script.bin

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Published in 2016-4-3 20:46:19 | Show all floors
Hi, I've burned Rasbpian image on my OPI Plus 2 and via ubuntu I run the following command:

sudo dd if=u-boot-sun8iw7p1.bin of=/dev/sdb bs=1024 seek=16400

after I copied the files script.bin present within the attached file folder in the post, but nothing happens when I start, I always get the resolution "enlarged" beyond the edges of the monitor ... why not in 1080?

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Published in 2016-1-15 15:06:09 | Show all floors
Edited by almeric at 2016-1-15 15:07

does it help to change resolution to 1280x1024_60 on OPI PC ?

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Published in 2015-6-17 16:05:23 | Show all floors
Edited by Dmi_3X3 at 2015-6-17 20:20
Okay, I will be waiting for that. Meanwhile both my Lubuntu as well as my Raspbian are working in 1080p with the fix you made available for the OPi+. Please keep in mind the boot display resolution too when you work on the OPi2 fix. Thanks!



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[Software] config fexfiles for opi plus and opi2 by fritz

For OPI2mini with this sys_config.fex eth0 works for me.

Sorry, I didn't see Steven's message.
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OPI2/OPI mini 2  sys_confid.fex

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zhao_steven replied at 2015-6-16 06:58
@KY69 if you use OPI 2, you need to use OPI2's sys_config.fex. I will release new version   in two d ...

Okay, I will be waiting for that. Meanwhile both my Lubuntu as well as my Raspbian are working in 1080p with the fix you made available for the OPi+. Please keep in mind the boot display resolution too when you work on the OPi2 fix. Thanks!

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@KY69 if you use OPI 2, you need to use OPI2's sys_config.fex. I will release new version   in two days.

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Dmi_3X3 replied at 2015-6-15 22:42
This way will be suitable for OrangePI2mini?

It worked for my Orange Pi 2, for Lubuntu as well as for Raspbian. One strange thing I noticed is that eth0 is not available anymore in Lubuntu. I did not check this on Raspbian. As I mainly use WiFi with my OPi I did not pursue this to find out what happened and if it would be simple or not to fix.

@Steven: script only worked for me on a 64bit OS (openSUSE 13.1). It would be nice to have another version available that would run on 32 bit OSes. Except for this one partition I use for tests, I, for one, run only 32 bit OSes at home. It is very likely that some people would not have a 64 bit OS at hand.

@Steven: I have a rare monitor that has only 1080p. No 1080i, 720[ip], or 480[ip]. When I boot my OPi2 I do not see anything until the login screen, now at 1080p. I looked at the fex file and tried changing hdmi_mode to 10 in [boot_disp], hoping that I would be able to see the OS loading, but that did not happen. Any clues of what I should do in order to see the boot process?

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This way will be suitable for OrangePI2mini?
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