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Linux Distributions for Orange PI H3 boards

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Published in 2019-7-1 05:14:56 | Show all floors
Polararian replied at 2019-6-29 20:41
Guys why wlan0 not working?

wlan0 is working. At least on Armbian.

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Published in 2019-9-12 11:50:27 | Show all floors

ERR:set cpu frequency to 1536MHz failed

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i need help, i tried to install it on OrangePI One. then when the system boot i get an error
ERR:set cpu frequency to 1536MHz failed

but still it can boot into system.

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Published in 2019-9-12 15:31:40 | Show all floors
mudher replied at 2019-9-12 04:50
i need help, i tried to install it on OrangePI One. then when the system boot i get an error
ERR:set ...

Which OS? Which kernel?

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Published in 2021-6-26 21:56:22 | Show all floors
Hi again, I haven't been here for a while...

I have a few Orange Pi PC boards which I was using with Android images but now I'd like to install Linux to run ngrok service, proxy and similar. I installed:

  1. OrangePi_pc_debian_stretch_desktop_linux5.3.5_v1.0.img
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linked from the official download page but the problems were:

1. Ethernet didn't work (when I clicked on ethernet there was a message "device not managed")

2. There wasn't fs_resize so I couldn't expand the partition to fill the whole SD card.

Seems as that image is very old and incomplete (there even wasn't ifconfig command!?) and as I understand images by Loboris are what should be used but I don't find the links where these images could be downloaded.

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Published in 2021-6-27 21:45:19 | Show all floors
Nevermind, I installed Debian Buster from Armbian website and it works well.

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