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Post time 2015-6-23 12:36:15 | Show all posts
"You cannot expect to have audio in base image, there are nothing related to audio installed."

Question:
I have installed Ubuntu base image and no sound via Hdmi.
I choosed this because I want xfce instead of mate.

Is it possible to add sound to the base image

or must I took mate, deinstall mate desktop and install xfce.

Thx

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Post time 2015-6-23 13:24:55 | Show all posts
Hi,


I do not have sound in hdmi I got "waiting for sound system to respond" on mate sesion. Is it possible to set sound on HDMI ? I tryied to use manual in some previous post, but it not work in jeesse matew sesion. I used OrangePI-PLUS_Debian_Jessie_minimal.img because on new one the eth0 is starting but without getting ip4. What drivers in cernel I need to start a sound . do I need to add something to ../modules from kernel tar.gz

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 Author| Post time 2015-6-23 14:22:16 | Show all posts
Edited by loboris at 2015-6-23 14:33
john0815 replied at 2015-6-23 12:36
"You cannot expect to have audio in base image, there are nothing related to audio installed."

Ques ...

I'll prepare install_xfce_desktop script later today.
You can modify install_mate_desktop script (remove mate related lines). It is in /usr/local/bin
Do not install full meta packages like xubuntu-desktop, installation will take hours to complete, and you'll get many packages you probably don't want.

Basic sound instalation is:
  1. sudo apt-get install pulseaudio pulseaudio-module-x11 pulseaudio-utils alsa-base alsa-oss alsa-utils alsa-tools libasound2-data pavucontrol --no-install-recommends
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 Author| Post time 2015-6-23 14:30:32 | Show all posts
Edited by loboris at 2015-6-23 14:44

I don't recommend using jessie for desktop installation for now, look at post #91
Please use newest image and update_boot.sh script. There is no reason why you shouldn't get ip4.
About minimal sound see previous post.

I've uploaded to Mega the boot_kernel_lib.tar.gz which contains all boot, u-boot, kernel and lib files from latest images.


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Post time 2015-6-23 15:59:32 | Show all posts
loboris replied at 2015-6-23 14:30
I don't recommend using jessie for desktop installation for now, look at post #91
Please use newest ...

I updateted the lib directory and the boot files.
Now when starting it hangs some time (~1 min) and after this he want to enter into xfce desktop and then there is a back screen.
I dont know, if this is only with my OPIPlus.

Another thing:
If I want do reboot the board via command or button on rfce it goes totaly down and do not start. This is a thing from the beginning with your system.

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Post time 2015-6-23 18:58:11 | Show all posts
Hi,

After upload according your manul boot_kernel_lib.tar.gz and update_boot.sh - my OPIPLUS dead, no eth0 etc. there is some error, only that image tahat was 3 days ago on mega and new uImage (after ubot script) works in eth0 but sound not working at all. Where could be a problem, what exactly I need to do sequently - debian image for OPIPLUS - to get eth0 fully working, get sound and mate desktop - could you put OrangePI_PLUS_Debian_jessie_base.img with all required settings, right now is some mash with that. OPIPLUS does not work properly with OrangePI_Debian_jessie_base.img and update boot_kernel_lib.tar.gz causes any problems.

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Post time 2015-6-23 19:37:28 | Show all posts
Yesterday I was able to have my Orange PI Plus working using the new OrangePI_PLUS_Debian_jessie_base.img. I prepared the microSD on another PC with Ubuntu.
After writing the image onto SD, I copied the uImage_OPI-PLUS in the BOOT partition, that in my case was /media/BOOT, so the command was
cp uImage_OPI-PLUS /media/BOOT/uImage
After that I run these two commands
dd if=boot0_sdcard_OPI-PLUS.fex of=/dev/sdb bs=1k seek=8
dd if=u-boot_OPI-PLUS.fex of=/dev/sdb bs=1k seek=16400
where /dev/sdb is the SD card reader inserted in a USB port.
The files used to do this was extracted from "boot_kernel.tar.gz", but you can find the same files in "boot_kernel_lib.tar.gz".
But this is what the "update_boot.sh" script do.
The network was ok, and using putty I ran the script /usr/local/bin/install_mate_desktop
The installation was successfull, and now I'm able to connect in remote using x2go client.
There is no audio because it is not installed. See post #91 about this problem and other problem.
http://www.orangepi.org/orangepi ... 8&fromuid=16899
Later I will try to install audio as suggested in post #95
http://www.orangepi.org/orangepi ... 4&fromuid=16899

I tried also "OrangePI_Ubuntu_vivid_Mate.img". It is ok, with hdmi audio working, altough I prefer to use Debian version, if other problems will be solved.

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Post time 2015-6-23 19:48:06 | Show all posts
I'm finally back from a trip and tried it.  Ethernet now works from me.  I ran the script om an the already installed full mate image.

I am hoping to us the pie for audio application so video performance is not a problem for me.  But the audio needs I have are are the use of audio out to drive headphones and to use usb audio devices.

aplay -a shows the headphone device is recognized but usb devices are not.  
On the bananapi usb audio did not work either but using igorspec's kernel building script I rebuilt the kernel enabling usb auido and it works well.

Are all the sub audio options enabled in this kernel?
Should I try to build my own custom image using the instructnons in the first post?

Mark

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Post time 2015-6-23 22:56:22 | Show all posts
john0815 replied at 2015-6-22 05:11
Has anyone an answer because CPU3 is shut down after 5 sec.

dmesg log:

I have encounter this before, everytime during bootup. Solved by adding a big heatsink to the H3 CPU. Perhaps you could try this.

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Post time 2015-6-23 23:21:30 | Show all posts
Even tough I added a big heatsink that covers CPU H3 and RAM, I had the CPU3 killed during the install of LXDE. I decided to add a fan .

P.S. I added a heatsink also on gigabit ethernet chip.
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