Please select To the mobile version | Continue to access the desktop computer version

OrangePi

 Login            
 Register            
Search
Hot search: orangepi
Author: alexeinz

OrangepiMini Lubuntu

[Copy link]

3

Threads

13

Posts

57

Credits

Registered member

Rank: 2

Credits
57
 Author| Post time 2015-2-13 06:54:47 | Show all posts
the same way i did the others Win32 Diskimager
Post time 2015-2-13 08:56:38 | Show all posts
Can you use Ubuntu burn image?

3

Threads

13

Posts

57

Credits

Registered member

Rank: 2

Credits
57
 Author| Post time 2015-2-13 09:58:48 | Show all posts
no, i dont use linux and dont have any available
I used dd with osx and win32 diskimager
both produce similar results, they all burn successfully but I can only boot bananapi images ( both lubuntu and bananian )
That said, my usb seems not to function at all, nothing is detected when connected to usb ( tried usb sticks, mouse,bluetooth adapter ) not detected and lsusb output will never change ( both with powered hub and directly )
In addition, I bought new 5v ,2a adapter to make sure its not power issue and see same problem still.
at this point I think there is something wrong with the OrangePi Mini board I have and I want either the normal OrangePi as replacement ( since people reporting it works ) or a refund and I will purchase bananapi .

Cheers


Post time 2015-2-13 21:26:13 | Show all posts
According to the operation situation of you, is the orange PI will not work properly. Because orange PI mini and orange PI can run the same image. because we also sell a lot of orange PI mini. other users have no hair this situation. And your description is text, no serial port information can see, it is very difficult for me to determine where the problem. We will agree to your decision.
Post time 2015-2-13 21:30:51 | Show all posts
You can also add my Skype (zhaoyifan_steven). I can step by step to assist you.

0

Threads

4

Posts

20

Credits

Novice

Rank: 1

Credits
20
Post time 2015-3-10 02:50:31 | Show all posts
Hello I have same problem. I have power 5V, 2A, new micro SDHC 16GB class 10, but Orange Pi mini can not boot Lubuntu image. After 5 seconds power off - no HDMI signal. Bananian boot fine but standart USB keyboard not work (maybe drivers?). So I made UART serial connector - but I do not know what speed should I use...

Please help me.

2

Threads

45

Posts

797

Credits

Senior member

Rank: 4

Credits
797
Post time 2015-3-10 04:00:38 | Show all posts
david replied at 2015-3-9 19:50
Hello I have same problem. I have power 5V, 2A, new micro SDHC 16GB class 10, but Orange Pi mini can ...

it's a power failure, i have same results as you until i used a strong power supply.

I think PMU ic (axp209) detects some changes in power supply it disconnects USB power ( you can start bananian without USB devices) or with Lubuntu it restarts after 5 seconds or goes off .

I had same results as you.

Speed uart are 115k.

Post time 2015-3-10 06:22:30 | Show all posts
@t3l3m4k0 Thank you. It's no enough power supply.

0

Threads

4

Posts

20

Credits

Novice

Rank: 1

Credits
20
Post time 2015-3-10 16:28:13 | Show all posts
So I do not understand - in Orange Pi mini hardware specification is power 5V @ 2A via MicroUSB (DC in Only) and/or MicroUSB (OTG). I have DELL Dell Tablet Power Adapter 5V @ 2A (10W). What power adapter should I use?

THX

6

Threads

57

Posts

324

Credits

Intermediate member

Rank: 3Rank: 3

Credits
324
Post time 2015-3-10 22:20:36 | Show all posts
There are a couple of users facing the same issue, in the end a stronger power supply always seems to be the solution. I am not sure if all PSUs I've tried really provide the amperage that they are supposed to, but I think it's quite safe to say that a PSU with less than 2A will not work at all, and even if they claim to give 2A or more you cannot be sure that they really work.

Steven, I think the specs for the Orange Pi should be corrected, the power consumption is definitely higher than expected. Can you explain why this is so, and are there any solutions in sight, apart from using stronger PSU?
www.DigitalToys.info - News, tutorials and tests for SBCs
You have to log in before you can reply Login | Register

Points Rules

Archiver|Mobile edition|Darkroom|OrangePi En ( 粤ICP备14086627号-2

2020-6-3 16:59 GMT+8 , Processed in 0.030848 second(s), 19 queries .

Powered by Discuz! X3.2

© 2014-2015 orangepibbs en.

Quick Reply To Top Return to the list