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orange pi i96 can't boot the second time

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Post time 2020-11-27 18:41:53 | Show all posts |Read mode
i try to work with pi i96.
i test debian and ubuntu img , and the same problem arrives :
- the first time booting os is ok, i can use the card with the serial terminal
- if i restart, i can't reach command prompt, system freeze after "reach target system"

i test several sd card, which works with other orange pi zero


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Post time 2021-1-17 20:40:48 | Show all posts
I know this is a month old,  but what I found is that if you are connecting via wifi on the OPi Zero and signal
strength is weak, all activity freezes.
I would suggest using ethernet or if possible move the OPi closer to your router.
Changing the wifi channel can also help

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hal8000b replied at 2021-1-17 20:40
I know this is a month old,  but what I found is that if you are connecting via wifi on the OPi Zero ...

no ethernet on pi i96 !

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Post time 2021-4-2 22:50:43 | Show all posts
Edited by vaton at 2021-4-19 05:28

Same problem, but found solution on the forum http://www.orangepi.org/orangepi ... viewthread&tid=2692
drazvan says: The sound driver is causing that, do a "sudo apt-get purge –auto-remove alsa-utils" on the first boot and then subsequent boots will work. That is unless you need sound, I have no solution for that yet.

While logged first time, delete the alsa-utils sound support package. It worked for me.  The i96 board has no audio I/O, so this package is really unnecessary.

Manual suggests to configure wifi and then use ssh for subsequent logging, but somehow cryptic is description, how to find the board's IP address using two smartphones. I succeeded by more conventional "ifconfig" command .

After you have configured wifi and enabled ssh server, "ping" from the board to the router. Board connects to the router and gets assigned IP address. Then do "ifconfig" and you can see the board's IP address on the screen. Now you can log to the board over wifi by the PuTTY (ssh mode) or other terminal. Even better is changing wifi configuration to use static IP address, so board's IP address stays allways the same.


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