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Lubuntu for orange pi has been released.

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Published in 2015-4-16 00:56:50 | Show all floors
Tyrannus replied at 2015-4-15 18:44
What do you want to do? I would work at the Boot Sequence only if I am expert.

Ask Aunt Google for  ...

I wanted to change 'disp.screen0_output_mode' variable from boot command line. In other distros, I have already found this variable defined in uEnx.txt or boot.cmd file, usually placed in /boot dir.

Couldn't find any grub-related file in /etc or /boot and there is no grub* package installed.

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Published in 2015-4-16 02:25:20 | Show all floors
emachado replied at 2015-4-15 17:56
I wanted to change 'disp.screen0_output_mode' variable from boot command line. In other distros, I ...

Perhaps the uEnv.txt is hidden?.
Muy bien
It's your risk:
  1. # create tempfolder
  2. mkdir /temp/mojito
  3. # search for bootpartition
  4. sudo blkid
  5. # possibly change "/dev/mmcblk0p1" to your pfad
  6. mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /temp/mojito
  7. #edit your lines
  8. nano /tmp/mojito/uEnv.txt
  9. # sync
  10. sync

  11. # reboot OPI and pray
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hasta pronto Emachado

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Published in 2015-4-18 01:13:11 | Show all floors
Thanks once again Mike, that helped a lot, but it took some time to see that I was aiming at the wrong variable.

After rack my brain a few more times, looking at the script.bin I discovered that the correct variable to change was disp.screen1_output_mode instead of disp.screen0_output_mode (since screen1 points to the HDMI output). Including disp.screen1_output_mode=1280x1024p60 to the bootargs at uEnv.txt that Mike pointed in his previous comment, it finally worked.

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Published in 2015-7-24 02:06:05 | Show all floors
When do you upload lubuntu 0.9.0 to google drive.

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Published in 2015-7-27 13:48:24 | Show all floors
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Published in 2015-7-27 23:59:11 | Show all floors

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Published in 2015-7-29 20:50:17 | Show all floors
john0815 replied at 2015-7-27 17:59
Sorrybut
Please take a look to the Gdrive-link: it shows 0.8.0

http://pan.baidu.com/wap/link?uk ... 6177436&third=0
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Published in 2015-8-16 05:09:18 | Show all floors
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orangepi plus, olinuxino A20, cubieboard A10, mele A2000 .....

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Published in 2015-9-7 01:03:16 | Show all floors
zhao_steven replied at 2015-1-29 18:24
google drive is ok.  http://www.orangepi.org/downloaded/Lubuntu_For_OrangePi.html

Why Lubuntu 1404 0.9.0 has /boot/vmlinuz-3.1.10-6-ac100 ???
And in usr/src/linux-headers-3.1.10-6-ac100 headers
And .config = Linux/arm 3.1.10-6-ac100 Kernel Configuration
But It's not 3.4.39
Why????
Where get correct fro Lubuntu 1404 0.9.0 .config and Module.symvers or sources?

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