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 Author| Post time 2015-6-22 16:58:44 | Show all posts
john0815 replied at 2015-6-22 13:16
after choosing update_boot   downloading the file and updateting for OPI Plus  -> not ethernet worki ...

The kernel and u-boot files used in the update proces are exactly the same as that for which you reported are working.
The files downloaded by script are placed in /boot directory, you can check.

About language config script, I realy don't think it is necessary.
If using Ubuntu desktop, there are language-selector-gnome app (installed).
If using your installation with console only (as server or similar), you should be able to change language manualy.
The basic rules are simple enough:
  1. sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
  2. sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration
  3. sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup
  4.     change your system's locale entries by modifying
  5.     the file /etc/default/locale (e.g. en_US.UTF-8)
  6.     then run:
  7. sudo locale-gen <your_locale> (e.g en_US.UTF-8)
  8. sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales
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Post time 2015-6-22 17:20:35 | Show all posts
Edited by matteobp at 2015-6-22 18:37
loboris replied at 2015-6-22 16:58
The kernel and u-boot files used in the update proces are exactly the same as that for which you r ...

It seems that the "update_boot.sh" script doesn't update the lib folder (I think the ethernet module for OPI Plus is in that folder).
The same for the downloaded file "boot_kernel.tar.gz", it doesn't contain the lib folder. To have the network working, you have to manually copy the lib folder from the other patch file (it should be "OPI_boot_kernels.tar.gz").


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Post time 2015-6-22 17:45:12 | Show all posts
loboris replied at 2015-6-22 04:48
I will soon upload new images and desktop installation scripts and you will be able to enable the  ...

"In Debian nano and some other commands works only if executed as sudo. I don't know the reason yet. In Ubuntu everything works as expected."

Are you sure? I'm using other debian based PC/VM (both Squeeze and Wheezy), and I can use nano without sudo with users different from root.

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Post time 2015-6-22 17:54:17 | Show all posts
loboris replied at 2015-6-22 16:58
The kernel and u-boot files used in the update proces are exactly the same as that for which you r ...

Thank you for your great manual to change the Language.
I searched many time for such an instruction and don't find a good one.

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Post time 2015-6-22 18:28:04 | Show all posts
Edited by wolftronics at 2015-6-22 22:10
roblad replied at 2015-6-22 05:29
Hi,

haw to use it, that install menu ?
1.ubuntu packages install automatic 12.04 or 14.04
2.Download linux or android sdk 1.0 "patch dir not yet next version"
Android
build_android "system.img good"
anything but I do ... config file worg...
Linux
Loboris script to do it, so that almost the original ....

sorry everyone build_menu.sh not upgraded ...
fixed

https://github.com/Wolftronics-SBC/WT-SBC-BSP
try it...

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 Author| Post time 2015-6-22 18:38:07 | Show all posts
Edited by loboris at 2015-6-22 18:40
matteobp replied at 2015-6-22 17:20
It seems that the "update_boot.sh" script doesn't update the lib folder (I think the ethernet modu ...

/lib/modules/3.4.39  contains the kernel modules, none of them is specific to OPI-2/OPI-PLUS, so there are no need to copy them.

About Debian nano, what I meant is that in this instalation it behaves in such a way.

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Post time 2015-6-22 19:00:13 | Show all posts
Edited by matteobp at 2015-6-22 20:05
loboris replied at 2015-6-22 18:38
/lib/modules/3.4.39  contains the kernel modules, none of them is specific to OPI-2/OPI-PLUS, so th ...

I wrote that because I had the network working following these istructions (extracted from here http://www.orangepi.org/orangepi ... =2356&fromuid=16899):

UPDATE
for testing OPI-PLUS, please download OPI_boot_kernels.tar.gz from Mega.
unpack and read update_boot_kernel.txt about how to update.

@fritz , all relevant files are in OPI_boot_kernels.tar.gz(fex, kernel config, compiled files)

Later I can try to use new image applying only "update_boot.sh".


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Post time 2015-6-23 05:43:43 | Show all posts
I tried both "OrangePI_Ubuntu_vivid_Mate" and "OrangePI_Debian_jessie_base". I run for both of them the "update_boot.sh" because I have an Orange PI Plus.

"OrangePI_Ubuntu_vivid_Mate" works, network and hdmi audio are ok. Only during boot it stops for more than 1 minute with this last message
init: plymouth-upstart-bridge main process (93) terminated with status 1
init: plymouth-upstart-bridge main process ended, respawning

then continue to boot until login screen.

"OrangePI_Debian_jessie_base" works, network is ok but no hdmi audio. I installed MATE using the existing script. The "Sound" application doesn't start.

But none of them it is usable to see video, because it is very slow and with a lot of lag. I think codec video is missing, so the decoding is done without hardware support.

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 Author| Post time 2015-6-23 06:33:33 | Show all posts
Edited by loboris at 2015-6-23 07:18
matteobp replied at 2015-6-23 05:43
I tried both "OrangePI_Ubuntu_vivid_Mate" and "OrangePI_Debian_jessie_base". I run for both of them  ...

I'm glad you've got network working.
You cannot expect to have audio in base image, there are nothing related to audio installed.
There are some problems with Debian jessie, that's why I've not uploaded Debian desktop image.
Some applications wont run without root privileges (they run only if started with sudo), nano, htop, pluma...
It is still complete mystery to me, it has probably something to do with policykit, but for now there is no solution.

Video does not work well, there are no hardware video acceleration for now. I can watch video up to 480p in SMPlayer without problem.
If you want to watch youtube videos in browser, it will never be possible on this board (on Linux).

Please use the Ubuntu images for now.

My Ubuntu Mate installation boots to login screen in less then 20 sec. Try to install plymouth-disabler package.

Good news, I've got OPI-2 running at full 1.54 GHz, with no core killed. I'm testing it for stability.

Post time 2015-6-23 07:07:08 | Show all posts
We are asking Allwinner help to release hardware video accrleration interface for linux. Please everyone wait for a while.
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