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Post time 2016-1-21 22:46:01 | Show all posts
Can I use this script on Openelec?

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Post time 2016-1-23 09:02:56 | Show all posts
Hi

Thanks for this script, i have run it and i think it change the settings well it said:

  1. Successfully repaired broken overvolting/overclocking settings. Reboot necessary for changes to take effect.
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but i cant get the idle temperature down from 65, i let it idle for some time and this is a screenshot



and then i run

  1. sudo ./cpufreq-ljt-stress-test
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and this is the screenshot and the output, it seems ok, why it cant get lower than 65 deg?. Is there anything else it needs to be done? Thanks



  1. The cjpeg and djpeg tools from libjpeg-turbo are not found.
  2. Trying to download and compile them.
  3. CPU stress test, which is doing JPEG decoding by libjpeg-turbo
  4. at different cpufreq operating points.

  5. Testing CPU 0
  6. 1536 MHz SKIPPED
  7. 1440 MHz SKIPPED
  8. 1344 MHz SKIPPED
  9. 1200 MHz ............................................................ OK
  10. 1104 MHz ............................................................ OK
  11. 1008 MHz ............................................................ OK
  12.   912 MHz ............................................................ OK
  13.   816 MHz ............................................................ OK
  14.   720 MHz ............................................................ OK
  15.   648 MHz ............................................................ OK
  16.   600 MHz SKIPPED
  17.   504 MHz SKIPPED
  18.   480 MHz SKIPPED
  19.   408 MHz SKIPPED
  20.   312 MHz SKIPPED
  21.   240 MHz SKIPPED
  22.   120 MHz SKIPPED
  23.    60 MHz SKIPPED

  24. Testing CPU 1
  25. 1536 MHz SKIPPED
  26. 1440 MHz SKIPPED
  27. 1344 MHz SKIPPED
  28. 1200 MHz ............................................................ OK
  29. 1104 MHz ............................................................ OK
  30. 1008 MHz ............................................................ OK
  31.   912 MHz ............................................................ OK
  32.   816 MHz ............................................................ OK
  33.   720 MHz ............................................................ OK
  34.   648 MHz ............................................................ OK
  35.   600 MHz SKIPPED
  36.   504 MHz SKIPPED
  37.   480 MHz SKIPPED
  38.   408 MHz SKIPPED
  39.   312 MHz SKIPPED
  40.   240 MHz SKIPPED
  41.   120 MHz SKIPPED
  42.    60 MHz SKIPPED

  43. Testing CPU 2
  44. 1536 MHz SKIPPED
  45. 1440 MHz SKIPPED
  46. 1344 MHz SKIPPED
  47. 1200 MHz ............................................................ OK
  48. 1104 MHz ............................................................ OK
  49. 1008 MHz ............................................................ OK
  50.   912 MHz ............................................................ OK
  51.   816 MHz ............................................................ OK
  52.   720 MHz ............................................................ OK
  53.   648 MHz ............................................................ OK
  54.   600 MHz SKIPPED
  55.   504 MHz SKIPPED
  56.   480 MHz SKIPPED
  57.   408 MHz SKIPPED
  58.   312 MHz SKIPPED
  59.   240 MHz SKIPPED
  60.   120 MHz SKIPPED
  61.    60 MHz SKIPPED

  62. Testing CPU 3
  63. 1536 MHz SKIPPED
  64. 1440 MHz SKIPPED
  65. 1344 MHz SKIPPED
  66. 1200 MHz ............................................................ OK
  67. 1104 MHz ............................................................ OK
  68. 1008 MHz ............................................................ OK
  69.   912 MHz ............................................................ OK
  70.   816 MHz ............................................................ OK
  71.   720 MHz ............................................................ OK
  72.   648 MHz ............................................................ OK
  73.   600 MHz SKIPPED
  74.   504 MHz SKIPPED
  75.   480 MHz SKIPPED
  76.   408 MHz SKIPPED
  77.   312 MHz SKIPPED
  78.   240 MHz SKIPPED
  79.   120 MHz SKIPPED
  80.    60 MHz SKIPPED

  81. Overall result : PASSED
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Post time 2016-1-25 03:44:13 | Show all posts
I'm trying to run this on Laboris Ubuntu mini (headless). I'm getting "Could not convert script.bin to fex. Exiting". Is this a permissions issue?

script.bin resides in /media/boot

Any ideas?

Thank you.

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Post time 2016-1-26 07:15:21 | Show all posts
mrdma replied at 2016-1-24 20:44
I'm trying to run this on Laboris Ubuntu mini (headless). I'm getting "Could not convert script.bin  ...

I siposse that you run this scripts with sudo, right??, may be you could post your scrpt.bin or tell me where to download it but i supose should work with everyone. You can test it manually with this command
  1. bin2fex /boot/script.bin
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And see what you get.

-Logan


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Post time 2016-1-30 20:28:41 | Show all posts
Edited by elsid at 2016-1-30 20:34
xlogan replied at 2016-1-26 07:15
I siposse that you run this scripts with sudo, right??, may be you could post your scrpt.bin or te ...

I have the same problem with Loboris' image and script.bin
Here's my script.bin https://www.dropbox.com/s/e6s2rcolukqwlwx/script.tar.gz?dl=0

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Post time 2016-1-30 20:57:47 | Show all posts
Do you have sunxi-tools installed, ie. fex2bin and bin2fex?

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Post time 2016-1-31 15:54:05 | Show all posts
WereCatf replied at 2016-1-30 20:57
Do you have sunxi-tools installed, ie. fex2bin and bin2fex?
Do you have sunxi-tools installed, ie. fex2bin and bin2fex?
That was the problem. Installed sunxi tools - everything's fine now. Thanks!

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Post time 2016-2-1 04:35:05 | Show all posts
I'm at the end of my rope between this issue and getting a wifi dongle to work. With this issue, and thanks to WereCatf, I learned that I don't have sunxi tools installed. Then I learned I didn't have libusb installed, then I learned I didn't gave g++ installed, now I have a make error while trying to make sunxi tools that I can't figure out. This is unbelievable.

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Post time 2016-2-1 09:19:40 | Show all posts
There's no sunxi-tools in repos? At least on Ubuntu 15.10 there is, but I ain't familiar with Debian Jessie. If not, then what errors, exactly, are you running into? It shouldn't be that hard to get sunxi-tools compiled and installed and you're probably just missing some header-files, so you should tell us the errors and we can most likely help you get it fixed.

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Post time 2016-2-1 17:50:41 | Show all posts
I used Loboris' Ubuntu trusty image and there's no sunxi-tools in it's repo. So apt-get install in script doesn't work and there's no any error for it.
I took sunxi-tools from Sunxi Wiki or something and they worked ok. Script worked successfully and board became cooler but it's still quite warm. It's not big problem due to I use opi in headless mode.
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