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Published in 2015-6-18 20:27:42 | Show all floors
I donwloaded:
OrangePI-PLUS_Ubuntu_Vivid_minimal.img
and
orangepi-plus-debian-server-card-v0.9.img

sudo ifconfig  (on debian image)
unable to resolve host orangepi
But the output shows no eth0, but does show lo, wlan0 and wlan1

Wireless is giving some errors I've never seen but seems to work.  

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 Author| Published in 2015-6-18 20:37:40 | Show all floors
Edited by loboris at 2015-6-18 21:16
markwinger replied at 2015-6-18 20:27
I donwloaded:
OrangePI-PLUS_Ubuntu_Vivid_minimal.img
and

There is no orangepi-plus-debian-server-card-v0.9.img on my Mega link ?!
Images were updated today (few hours ago), please try to download again if you have an older image.
You have OPI-PLUS, right? As I said I dont have OPI-PLUS, so I haven't tested it.

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Published in 2015-6-18 21:02:52 | Show all floors
Sorry, copied the wrong file name to the email.  
OrangePI-PLUS_Ubuntu_Vivid_minimal.img
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OrangePI-PLUS_Debian_Jessie_minimal.img
Published in 2015-6-18 21:51:25 | Show all floors
@loboris Please supply your full address. We can send  a free Orange Pi Plus  to you. Thank you very much.

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Published in 2015-6-18 22:40:23 | Show all floors

I get the error message: gmac0 gmac0:eth0: Initialize hardware error -
see atached file

is it possible that in the fex.bin file the lan device is not activated.
The LanLeds are not active.

I had between 2 different orangepi hardware versions such an problem with 2 USB conectors.


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john0815 replied at 2015-6-18 22:40
I get the error message: gmac0 gmac0:eth0: Initialize hardware error -
see atached file

For building the OPI-PLUS u-boot I've used the attached fex.
Maybe someone can check if it is the right one.

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 Author| Published in 2015-6-18 23:31:54 | Show all floors
Edited by loboris at 2015-6-19 02:17

Added:
  • Ubuntu image with basic LXDE desktop, small footprint, great for server with minimal GUI
  • Ubuntu image with full Mate Desktop, great looking

For instruction how to change OPI-2 <-> OPI-PLUS see 1st post (still no comfirmation that OPI-PLUS ethernet works)

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Published in 2015-6-19 03:14:34 | Show all floors
I just installed the new image (Mate Desktop).  Wired networking not working, wireless is.

I diffed the fex file you attached with the one at http://linux-sunxi.org/Xunlong_Orange_Pi_Plus and they match.

It seems odd the way this works.  While booting, the messages appear to indicate that network connections are up, but but the time the login comes up it is not working.  It appears it is setup ok, then it is initialized again but incorrectly this time.

Is there a way to capture the console oputput to a file?  

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Edited by markwinger at 2015-6-19 04:15

I see no configuration in the fex file related to the ethernet connection, only the wifi(maybe I just don't recognize it).  I'm fairly new at this so I am guessing, but could the problem be in the kernel config? Could you share the .config file used to build the kernel?  Maybe some additional eyes looking at it may help.

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Edited by loboris at 2015-6-19 04:39
markwinger replied at 2015-6-19 03:28
I see no configuration in the fex file related to the ethernet connection, only the wifi(maybe I ju ...

OPI-PLUS fex
  1. ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------;
  2. ; 10/100/100Mbps Ethernet MAC Controller Configure                             ;
  3. ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------;
  4. ;   Options:                                                                   ;
  5. ;   gmac_used  ---  0: not used, 1: external phy, 2: internal phy              ;
  6. ;   gmac_powerx --  A[:B] A: axp channel, B: voltage value                     ;
  7. ;       If set gamc_phy to use internal PHY, do not config port                ;
  8. ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------;
  9. ;         MII        RMII         MII        RMII         MII        RMII      ;
  10. ;   PD00  *                 PD06   *           *    PD12   *           *       ;
  11. ;   PD01  *                 PD07   *                PD13   *           *       ;
  12. ;   PD02  *            *    PD08   *                PD14   *                   ;
  13. ;   PD03  *            *    PD09   *           *    PD15   *                   ;
  14. ;   PD04  *                 PD10   *           *    PD16   *           *       ;
  15. ;   PD05  *                 PD11   *           *    PD17   *           *       ;
  16. ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------;
  17. [gmac0]
  18. <b>gmac_used          = 1</b>
  19. gmac_rxd3          = port:PD00<2><default><3><default>
  20. gmac_rxd2          = port:PD01<2><default><3><default>
  21. gmac_rxd1          = port:PD02<2><default><3><default>
  22. gmac_rxd0          = port:PD03<2><default><3><default>
  23. gmac_rxclk         = port:PD04<2><default><3><default>
  24. gmac_rxdv          = port:PD05<2><default><3><default>
  25. ;gmac_rxerr         = port:PD06<2><default><3><default>
  26. gmac_txd3          = port:PD07<2><default><3><default>
  27. gmac_txd2          = port:PD08<2><default><3><default>
  28. gmac_txd1          = port:PD09<2><default><3><default>
  29. gmac_txd0          = port:PD10<2><default><3><default>
  30. ;gmac_crs           = port:PD11<2><default><3><default>
  31. gmac_txclk         = port:PD12<2><default><3><default>
  32. gmac_txen          = port:PD13<2><default><3><default>
  33. ;gmac_txerr         = port:PD14<2><default><3><default>
  34. gmac_col           = port:PD15<2><default><3><default>
  35. gmac_mdc           = port:PD16<2><default><3><default>
  36. gmac_mdio          = port:PD17<2><default><3><default>
  37. gmac_power1        =

  38. [gmac_phy_power]
  39. gmac_phy_power_en   = port:PD06<1><default><default><0>
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OPI-2 fex
  1. ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------;
  2. ; 10/100/100Mbps Ethernet MAC Controller Configure                             ;
  3. ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------;
  4. ;   Options:                                                                   ;
  5. ;   gmac_used  ---  0: not used, 1: external phy, 2: internal phy              ;
  6. ;   gmac_powerx --  A[:B] A: axp channel, B: voltage value                     ;
  7. ;       If set gamc_phy to use internal PHY, do not config port                ;
  8. ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------;
  9. ;         MII        RMII         MII        RMII         MII        RMII      ;
  10. ;   PD00  *                 PD06   *           *    PD12   *           *       ;
  11. ;   PD01  *                 PD07   *                PD13   *           *       ;
  12. ;   PD02  *            *    PD08   *                PD14   *                   ;
  13. ;   PD03  *            *    PD09   *           *    PD15   *                   ;
  14. ;   PD04  *                 PD10   *           *    PD16   *           *       ;
  15. ;   PD05  *                 PD11   *           *    PD17   *           *       ;
  16. ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------;
  17. [gmac0]
  18. <b>gmac_used          = 2</b>
  19. ;gmac_rxd3          = port:PD00<2><default><3><default>
  20. ;gmac_rxd2          = port:PD01<2><default><3><default>
  21. ;gmac_rxd1          = port:PD02<2><default><3><default>
  22. ;gmac_rxd0          = port:PD03<2><default><3><default>
  23. ;gmac_rxclk         = port:PD04<2><default><3><default>
  24. ;gmac_rxdv          = port:PD05<2><default><3><default>
  25. ;gmac_rxerr         = port:PD06<2><default><3><default>
  26. ;gmac_txd3          = port:PD07<2><default><3><default>
  27. ;gmac_txd2          = port:PD08<2><default><3><default>
  28. ;gmac_txd1          = port:PD09<2><default><3><default>
  29. ;gmac_txd0          = port:PD10<2><default><3><default>
  30. ;gmac_crs           = port:PD11<2><default><3><default>
  31. ;gmac_txclk         = port:PD12<2><default><3><default>
  32. ;gmac_txen          = port:PD13<2><default><3><default>
  33. ;gmac_txerr         = port:PD14<2><default><3><default>
  34. ;gmac_col           = port:PD15<2><default><3><default>
  35. ;gmac_mdc           = port:PD16<2><default><3><default>
  36. ;gmac_mdio          = port:PD17<2><default><3><default>
  37. gmac_power1        =
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