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Debian Jessie with GPU driver, WiringOP, Wifi, Retroarch etc preinstalled

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Post time 2016-1-5 06:49:41 | Show all posts
Edited by fasanzaf at 2016-1-5 07:09
fasanzaf replied at 2016-1-5 03:39
Really good job jacer, congratulations! I've just tested your image in my opi plus.
All went fine, a ...

or better said, autoreplay...
After my post I did try this solution:

Editing asound.conf:
sudo pluma /etc/asound.conf
and replacing 'card 1' by 'card 0' (1 sets HDMI as audio output) in both, pcm.!default and ctl.!default
then reboot

Not sure if is a poorly academic solution but it works. I would have to change again when needing HDMI audio output...

Any suggestions?

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Post time 2016-1-8 05:21:41 | Show all posts
Edited by ruthan at 2016-1-8 06:02

Hello,
i think that tutorial should be a bit straightforward.

  I start i have only downloaded Debian image from Mega server, because i though that these links are only for make image from linux and contains some wget script to get image,
it was wrong.

   Only for your info, after boot i got this:
     My 2 genius keyboards werent working with image - Orange mini PC, mouse is working, but i got lots of error messages during boot, before i got logon screen.

  So right steps are - download a image, extract it, write it on sd card through Win 32 disk image - from Windows and download specific files from links and extract them and write them into sd card root.
  Password is : "orangepi"  , not share.

   But im still getting still errors during boot - at least keyboard is now working.

   Im curious isnt possible just detect which OrangePI model is used during the boot and make scripts and image universal?

  I know, i know.. im greedy, but would be nice to add to this image:
- Kodi
- Quake 3 demo - through IOquake
- some more emulators
- Dosbox
- Firefox - best browser because of power of plugins
- better welcome screen with preselected username or combobox for usernames

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Post time 2016-1-8 12:39:42 | Show all posts
What program should I use to play videos from my NAS?  On android I use EsFileExplorer but i'm very new to Linux and don't know what programs to use.

Thanks

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Post time 2016-1-8 21:36:23 | Show all posts
kingfish600 replied at 2016-1-8 12:39
What program should I use to play videos from my NAS?  On android I use EsFileExplorer but i'm very  ...

https://wiki.debian.org/SAMBAClientSetup

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Post time 2016-1-9 05:57:34 | Show all posts
Edited by vlad_ru at 2016-1-9 06:01

One more mirror for Debian Jessie 2 https://yadi.sk/d/n3UtyjclmkbAj
Thank you jacer

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Post time 2016-1-11 09:33:51 | Show all posts
Edited by AcidBurns at 2016-1-11 09:41

hey jacer,

I ran the glmark2 on your system. it gives out a score of 5 (on my working debian testing system the score is 4, however there are tons of background jobs running, the cpu is about 15% busy all the time).

OpenGL Info ist:
Vendor: Mesa Project
Renderer: Software Rasterizer
Version: 2.1 Mesa 10.3.2

To me it looks like there is something strange. Software Rasterizer doesn't sound like gpu at all.
It also throws a lot of libGL errors:
MESA-Loader: malformed or no PCI ID, unable to load driver: mali_drm_dri.so, driver pointer missing and failed to load driveR: mali_drm)

It would also probably be a good idea to increase the standard 80mb for the gpu to something like 192mb, since there is enough ram for a decent linux. And Retroarch really needs every bit of gpu ram it gets...

glmark2 can be downloaded and installed with this:
  1. sudo su
  2. cd /home/orangepi/
  3. wget http://launchpadlibrarian.net/210501894/glmark2_2014.03+git20150611.fa71af2d-0ubuntu2_armhf.deb
  4. wget http://launchpadlibrarian.net/210500520/glmark2-data_2014.03+git20150611.fa71af2d-0ubuntu2_all.deb
  5. dpkig -i *.deb
  6. rm glmark2*.deb
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Post time 2016-1-12 17:55:10 | Show all posts
Hello,
now that seems to have taken the @jacer
relieved of @loboris (missing?), I would be
taken into account loboris suggestion I made
at the time :

<<<
Hello loboris,
things I miss in OrangePI-PC_Ubuntu_Vivid_Mate.img:
-------------------------------------------------- --------
-script to replace HDMI resolution without typing.
-virtual Keypad from the start.
-change spanish language utf-8 (locales fails).
-ffmplay you not have sound, bug?.
-acceleration graphics included !!.
-autologin optional.
-kodi easily installable.
-is it possible that the LEDs can be turned off so you do not bother?
-kernel 4x is possible?
THX!
>>>

In addition I would ask if they have taken
into account the adjustments proposed
by bronco (overvolt) [IMPORTANT!]

thx.
Post time 2016-1-12 19:35:04 | Show all posts
Please help:

I'm preparing an image of this distribution for orangepi plus for educational purposes based on Linux MAX developed in Madrid, Spain, for public schools.
You can see some of them on http://minimaxpc.es/htm/ecoMax01.html

Well, my problem is that I cannot install libreoffice, tried several ways but always find broken packages dependencies:

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orangepi@OrangePI:~/Desktop$ sudo aptitude install libreoffice
Se instalarán los siguiente paquetes NUEVOS:     
  libboost-date-time1.55.0{a} libcmis-0.4-4{a} libreoffice
  libreoffice-avmedia-backend-gstreamer{a} libreoffice-base{a}
  libreoffice-base-core{a} libreoffice-base-drivers{a} libreoffice-calc{a}
  libreoffice-core{a} libreoffice-draw{a} libreoffice-impress{a}
  libreoffice-java-common{a} libreoffice-math{a}
  libreoffice-report-builder-bin{a} libreoffice-sdbc-firebird{a}
  libreoffice-sdbc-hsqldb{a} libreoffice-writer{a} python3-uno{a}
0 paquetes actualizados, 18 nuevos instalados, 0 para eliminar y 0 sin actualizar.
Necesito descargar 48,6 MB de ficheros. Después de desempaquetar se usarán 137 MB.
No se satisfacen las dependencias de los siguientes paquetes:
libstdc++6 : Broken: libboost-date-time1.55.0 pero se va a instalar 1.55.0+dfsg-3.
                   Broken: libreoffice-core (<= 1:4.4.5-2) pero se va a instalar 1:4.3.3-2+deb8u1.
Las acciones siguientes resolverán estas dependencias
Mantener los paquetes siguientes en la versión actual:                    
1)      libboost-date-time1.55.0 [Sin instalar]                                 
2)      libcmis-0.4-4 [Sin instalar]                                            
3)      libreoffice [Sin instalar]                                             
4)      libreoffice-avmedia-backend-gstreamer [Sin instalar]                    
5)      libreoffice-base [Sin instalar]                                         
6)      libreoffice-base-core [Sin instalar]                                    
7)      libreoffice-base-drivers [Sin instalar]                                 
8)      libreoffice-calc [Sin instalar]                                         
9)      libreoffice-core [Sin instalar]                                         
10)     libreoffice-draw [Sin instalar]                                         
11)     libreoffice-impress [Sin instalar]                                      
12)     libreoffice-math [Sin instalar]                                         
13)     libreoffice-report-builder-bin [Sin instalar]                           
14)     libreoffice-sdbc-firebird [Sin instalar]                                
15)     libreoffice-sdbc-hsqldb [Sin instalar]                                 
16)     libreoffice-writer [Sin instalar]                                       
17)     python3-uno [Sin instalar]                                             

Dejar las siguientes dependencias sin resolver:                           
18)     libreoffice-impress recomienda libreoffice-avmedia-backend-gstreamer | l
19)     libreoffice-writer recomienda libreoffice-math                          

¿Acepta esta solución? [Y/n/q/?]
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These actions didn't work
Any advice? Is it a cuestion o time to be resoved this problem?
Shoud I try another Debian distribution?
LibreOffice is an important component in this educational composition, I cannot continue and publish  without it...

Thank you in advance.
Fernando Asanza, aka raspimax
(http://raspimax.fasanza.es)

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Post time 2016-1-12 21:26:51 | Show all posts
Have you tried to install it through GUI? (package manager)
Post time 2016-1-12 22:46:27 | Show all posts
Tried synaptic, apt-get and aptitude. All of them gave me he same error about broken packages.


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