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 Author| Post time 2016-3-18 14:01:56 | Show all posts
It's 5.06 now, we don't have an image yet ... you can check by yourself if it is fixed.

Check commit log, issues, pull requests (open and close):

https://github.com/igorpecovnik/lib/commits/master
https://github.com/igorpecovnik/lib/issues

Changes are made on daily basis but there are many issues ... can't give you a precise answer to "when" on any issues. One might take days / weeks to be fixed, some are done by the way.

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Post time 2016-3-24 10:16:24 | Show all posts
Edited by limitlesscodes at 2016-3-24 10:18

Hey eveyone, I need some help. So I have tried every distro provided in the massive mega directory. Then I went and tried Jacer's debian image with success with wifi but extreme network lag. This distro is the first I have found that is very fast and mostly reliable except when I try to connect to wifi . One of the key things I need my OPi to do is connect to wifi, and I have tried everything. So essentially on the server OS when I use wpa_supplicant the system has a kernel panic and shuts down. And when I use the desktop version, it freezes and reboots. The device I am using is an edimax wifi adapter with an 8188CUS chip.

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 Author| Post time 2016-3-24 13:40:53 | Show all posts
Wifi drivers are as is ... there are many of them and it's impossible to fix all of them in a decent time, but ... our image is build ready so you can build your own driver in no time. Try to find reliable sources and build it. If you succeed, please report back.

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Post time 2016-3-24 15:12:28 | Show all posts
I have RTL8188CUS (from NETIS) and on this image one thing I have to do is:
  1. nmcli -a d wifi connect
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Nothing else to install or setup

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Post time 2016-3-25 05:49:04 | Show all posts
mswiniuch replied at 2016-3-24 15:12
I have RTL8188CUS (from NETIS) and on this image one thing I have to do is:

Nothing else to install ...

Thanks will try this now

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Post time 2016-3-25 05:59:22 | Show all posts
I dont seem to have an nmcli package are you using armbian?

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Post time 2016-3-25 06:03:42 | Show all posts
Still get a ton of error codes immediately after running nmcli and system gives a kernelpanic/reboot.

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Post time 2016-3-25 06:51:29 | Show all posts
So depressing b/c this OS runs so well outside of wifi issues, anyone have any other OSs they recommend preferably server distro.

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 Author| Post time 2016-3-25 13:14:20 | Show all posts
So depressing b/c this OS runs so well outside of wifi issues, anyone have any other OSs they recommend preferably server distro.


This is more or less the best what you can get by now. Wifi adaptors, especially cheap one, has so bad drivers, than can crash the system. Not just here, but generally.

Mainline support will be here soon (kernel 4.5+) and this will be much better for server operations.

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Post time 2016-3-25 14:23:00 | Show all posts
I have just been getting ridiculous errors and unfortunately I think that is going to ruin the OPi for me . This adapter works great in my windows PCs and worked OK in my rpi a year ago. I have literally tried every single OS out there. dietPi has working wifi with a 1000ms ping and crazy slow download speeds.
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