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 Author| Post time 2018-8-17 17:52:57 | Show all posts
Edited by pbies at 2018-8-17 17:58

AT LAST!

I've started the RK3399 with Ubuntu Server 16.04.3 LTS, kernel 4.4.103.
Exactly flashed under Linux the provided Ubuntu image from Mega hosting.
You need the Linux4.4...tar.gz file to flash the image.
The mk-image.sh script is making recursive rootfs.img inside system.img - so it won't work! You can check that by 7-zip on Windows.
Image compiled like it is said in manual won't work as rootfs is in this image recursively.
Via Windows AndroidTool you can flash only Android image, other images, whatever they are, won't be taken.
/proc/cpuinfo sees only 6 CPUs (0-5). Serial number for CPU is only zeros.
You can flash the image only on Linux, using USB 2.0 port - not 3.0!
Linux flash_tool.sh is in .tar.gz - you need to uncompress the whole file (binaries which are needed are elsewhere in that archive).
Reboot from logged in root to login prompt takes 16 seconds.
Login "root", password "orangepi" - I suspect root can't login first time.
Other user - login "orangepi", password "orangepi", then "su", there is no "sudo".
There are NO: ifconfig, ping, trace*, mc, pv, links, arp, rarp.
There are: ifup, ifdown, ifquery, wpa_passphrase, wpa_supplicant.
There is no network configuration - any! Only some files that are nearly empty - not configured. "ifquery" gives only "lo" and "eth0".

Now I need to configure Ethernet and/or Wi-Fi on that board - all help appreciated!
If you need to know anything - just ask!

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 Author| Post time 2018-8-17 18:57:31 | Show all posts
Edited by pbies at 2018-8-17 18:59

If you want to compile the "system.img" like in the manual, you need to:
- download Ubuntu ".img" file
- extract "rootfs.img" from it (using 7-zip)
- rename "rootfs.img" to "ubuntu-server.img" and put it in "out" folder
And do the rest as in manual.


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Post time 2018-8-24 19:18:23 | Show all posts
iinvestigator replied at 2018-8-16 20:19
Hi admin.

I hear that "Orange Pi RK3399" has been  leave our world/ Production of that board are st ...

Orange pi RK3399 is out of stock. we are purchaing materials, it shall be available soon.

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 Author| Post time 2018-8-28 21:04:31 | Show all posts
It does not make a difference if you use provided Ubuntu Server or Debian, if you use the existing Wi-Fi drivers or the compiled ones - the Wi-Fi connection will work for few hours and then hang up the system.

Many errors will be logged to /var/log/syslog and the device will be inaccessible via SSH.

As soon as there will be no new operating systems for RK3399 you will not be able to use Wi-Fi flawlessly.

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 Author| Post time 2018-8-29 00:14:16 | Show all posts
Next problem occured: Debian in given by manufacturer version is not functioning properly with 1000Mb/s router. You can access the device but there are many communication problems making it unusable.

You need to come down with the speed to 100Mb/s (full duplex) to use the device via Samba or SSH.

Still there is no new version of the OS so doing anything on Debian/Ubuntu Server from few years ago is pointless.

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Post time 2019-4-1 17:59:06 | Show all posts
Greetings to all who read! I have a question that broke my whole head. I put Debian9 on eMMC (OrangePi-rk3399_Debian9_20171218.img), but how can I enable the Russian language in this build? I tried to edit the locale and nothing happened. Help me please.

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Post time 2019-4-2 23:42:58 | Show all posts
I can't get my card out of the MASKROM mode.
I am working on Windows, and would like to flash a Linux version on the eMMC.
Can anyone help?
Thanks.

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Post time 2019-5-2 04:20:02 | Show all posts
Edited by gounthar at 2019-5-2 04:21





I managed today to boot the HDMI_IN image from OrangePi from the SDCard, but I still have to figure out how to install it on the eMMC.
I installed Lubuntu on an old Android_X86 laptop so that I could use Rockchip Linux tools to push the image to the eMMMC, but it failed.
The card was found, but there was an error when uploading the new firmware to the board.
The HDMI output is flicking...

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Post time 2019-5-3 23:31:54 | Show all posts
I finally managed to install the HDMI-IN image to the eMMC, but still have to figure out how to handle the camera.

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Post time 2019-5-7 16:57:06 | Show all posts
Edited by gounthar at 2019-5-7 17:05

While I'm here, what would it take to rebuild the kernel of this board on the board?
Where could I find the kernel source to start with? The link given on the resources doesn't give any Linux source code.
Would it be https://github.com/orangepi-xunlong/OrangePiRK3399_kernel.gitthere?
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