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Post time 2018-8-20 14:43:51 | Show all posts
for linux image buring, you could refer to these steps

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Post time 2018-8-20 19:42:34 | Show all posts
ghsoftco123 replied at 2018-8-20 16:07
thanks, please give me link linux image complete( upload)?

Pls download on our website http://www.orangepi.org/downloadresources/

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Post time 2018-8-21 10:27:17 | Show all posts
iinvestigator replied at 2018-8-21 02:05
Hi admin.

Ok. thank you to more clear answer. That way has been accepted. BTW

- Download:
    "OrangePi-RK3399_Linux4.4_V1.0_2018_0110.tar.gz"
    "OrangePi-rk3399_Ubuntu16.04-Server_20171227.img"--change to the debian image
- Start Linux on PC
- Unpack .tar.gz via "tar xvf OrangePi-RK3399_Linux4.4_V1.0_2018_0110.tar.gz" - it will create a subfolder "rk-linux", no need to create any folders
- In folder "rk-linux" create folder "out"
- Put in "out" folder the Ubuntu .img(debian.img) file and rename it to "system.img" (if you dont rename it, then modify the flashing command correspondently)
- Short connect the two pins and connect board via type-C to USB 2.0 in your PC - you may need to repeat this step if the following step gives error
- Run "./build/flash_tool.sh -c rk3399 -p system -i out/system.img" from "rk-linux" folder

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Post time 2018-8-21 14:19:18 | Show all posts
ghsoftco123 replied at 2018-8-21 11:35
Hi Admin

please answer my question ??

You could find the file on rk-linux/kernel/drivers/rtc/rtc-ds1307.c

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Post time 2018-8-21 18:18:26 | Show all posts
ghsoftco123 replied at 2018-8-21 15:02
how enable i2c ??
please guide me(step by step )?

We dont have methods for this, maybe you could try it
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