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Linux Distributions for Orange PI H3 boards

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Post time 2017-3-10 17:38:30 | Show all posts
After like 7 days still no boot
Which files i need to copy for orangepi one ? There is opi2 opi+ but no opi one

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Post time 2017-3-10 20:16:43 | Show all posts
Take a look here ...

You can chose what you want. Server or Desktop images.



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Post time 2017-5-12 11:55:42 | Show all posts
Thanks you!
This information was helpful to me

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Post time 2017-5-12 14:00:04 | Show all posts
Ive got OrangePI PLUS 2

do I use the scriptbin for Plus or for 2 ?

Thanks

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Post time 2017-7-14 02:17:13 | Show all posts
Hi Loboris
Thanks a lot for the hard work. I have downloaded the minimum Debian and it works fine. I mean boots fine.
When  I follow the same procedure, and build the image myself, the image simply wont boot. I noticed, when I burned
the image (from you) it created patitions differently (there is  few megs empty before the first partition). I just manually
created one boot (FAT32) and anothe EXT3 for root filesystem. Mounted them, copied the files needed, but still cant
get it booting.

I have succueesfully compiled kernls n different boards including rasp pi. Orange Pi is the one that giving me trouble.
And obviously, there is lack of enough information, and sometimes simply wrong information.

Do you have any idea what can go wrong on my end? I use a Pi One board BTW.

Thanks again.

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Post time 2017-7-14 14:44:24 | Show all posts
I have succueesfully compiled kernls n different boards including rasp pi. Orange Pi is the one that giving me trouble.
And obviously, there is lack of enough information, and sometimes simply wrong information.


If you want to move fast forward to image with 100+ fixes on top of this, start here: https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-one/

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Post time 2017-8-24 03:21:25 | Show all posts
how to hide boot text? any bin2fex file commands or something? thx
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