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Published in 2016-12-24 10:28:03 | Show all floors
B_Royeau replied at 2016-12-22 20:02
Hi there !

I'm working on OPI Plus 2 for a little project

Hi friend, if you follow all steps refer to the newest manual, i think it should work.

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Published in 2016-12-27 16:45:45 | Show all floors
admin replied at 2016-12-24 10:28
Hi friend, if you follow all steps refer to the newest manual, i think it should work.

Can you give me the link ?

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Published in 2017-1-3 05:31:02 | Show all floors
Arnulf replied at 2016-3-28 14:35
You need to use correct script.bin file for your screen. For example I am using FullHD plasma TV za ...

Issue was LOW VOLTAGE
even if you use rated 5v adapters, they are sometimes 4.8 or something and the fckling pie is very sensitive to low voltage, i used a 12v adapter with buck converter set to 5.08 volts, works perfectly!

just display is zoomed a bit, trying to solve it.

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Published in 2017-1-14 00:12:43 | Show all floors
Hello, I get my orange pi board. Unfortunately after spending days in the forum, setting up several linux host systems. I understand that I should ask some simple questions to get started.

1- The getting started links that everybody talks about are dead most of the time.
2- The method explained at  http://www.orangepi.org/Docs/Building.html#Get_a_cross_toolchain does not work for my system, Ubuntu 16.04. make returns error:
fatal error: linux/compiler-gcc5.h: No such file or directory.
If it is about kernel version etc. Can somebody direct me to a preferred version of ubuntu? Or a workaround?
3- If it is recommended to use linaro toolchain, is there a step by step guide to, install the toolchain, get the necessary packages and build a simple hello world app.
4- I work with several boards(gumtix, beagleboard etc) before and never feel helpless before.

I search the forum, many similar questions asked but most the answers refer to the previous posts, which are also referring dead links.

Thanks for your time.

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Published in 2017-1-22 03:01:56 | Show all floors
does not work for my system, Ubuntu 16.04. make returns error:
fatal error: linux/compiler-gcc5.h: No such file or directory

Well, I had the same problem while played with my router linux image. But solution was to use the Ubuntu-i386 (32-bit version) in a virtual PC (I used a quemu).
Well, after apt-get update-upgrades, I reinstalled everything connected to gcc and grabbed the latest linux kernel sources. Well, but I can't answer, will it help.
The workaround is to find the linux/compiler-gccx.h (x could be 3,4,6) and copy it as compile-gcc5.h. It can help..

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Published in 2017-2-9 23:47:47 | Show all floors
I've tried some of those images on my OPI Plus 2E but none of them was compatible with wifi neither ethernet of my board... How can i install those drivers? (also, without no connection i cant get build-essential package to make drivers)

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Published in 2017-2-10 23:03:53 | Show all floors
LucasMFortal replied at 2017-2-9 16:47
I've tried some of those images on my OPI Plus 2E but none of them was compatible with wifi neither  ...

https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-plus-2e/

And you can also build drivers for anything out of the box as described in this example:

https://docs.armbian.com/User-Gu ... d-a-wireless-driver

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Published in 2017-2-11 02:10:23 | Show all floors
igorpec replied at 2017-2-10 23:03
https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-plus-2e/

And you can also build drivers for anything out of the  ...

Thank you.... Yes i'm now using the armbian and got used to it... But i thank you very much for the driver build tutorial link....

Best Regards

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Published in 2017-2-13 13:30:25 | Show all floors
anyone got kali 2.0 working on OPI PC+ ?

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Published in 2017-2-26 00:47:57 | Show all floors
Hello,

I need image of debian wheezy on OrangePIZero. I tried to create image with my Ubuntu PC but failed. Anyone can help?
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