Power & Source of Big Ideas

Hi all, I was trying to setup a NanoPi Neo Air for console access over bluetooth - to avoid the need to plug in all the time the cable, following the suggestions in this post . Instead of using the script I have updated the config files directly as follows: the /lib/systemd/system/bluetooth.service ...
It looks like the new kernel 4.x does not include anymore a lot of drivers that were previously included by default. The FTDI USB-Serial is one of them (ftdi_sio). I've tried to download the sources and compile the drivers but when running ( make menuconfig the option for the USB Serial drivers are ...
Raymond, The schematic on Wiki is from a previous version of the board (1604) while most boards on sale now are 1605. The change included the addition of the dedicated pins for the fan. The pins are simply connected to the 5V and GND and there is no PWM control behind them (to control the speed). Ap...
Apparently this has something to do with Predictable Network Interface Names . It looks like it works as fine as the wlan1, etc. but you need to copy and paste the long interface name in the config files. I've managed to setup a Neo with the built in wlan0 connecting to my wifi network while the don...
I'm trying to setup a Neo Air with 2 wifi interfaces - the built in one plus another dongle connected on the USB. I'm getting some funny things and I wonder if there are some issues with the WiFi drivers. First I use the stock kernel: root@poppy:~# uname -a Linux poppy 3.4.39-h3 #24 SMP PREEMPT Tue ...
Q: when running "standard" OpenBLAS, is the GPU (and the rest of the core) pushed hard? The OpenBLAS implementation does not yet optimise the use of GPU for ARM processors. This is because the GPU is not part of the standard ARM - each producer has its own implementation and most of them ...
Thanks for pointing that out.

Though can someone from FriendlyArm confirm this? They are located in a different folder than the one that was referred in the wiki and that page (the wiki) does not seem to mention anything about the new functionalities.

Alex.
Gents, I was looking at the NanoPi M3 as an interesting module for a cluster for computation of large networks daily because of: - cost - 8 cores - Gigabyte network So I got hold on 6 of them and I started to test them for performance. Here are the parameters for testing: - the M3 uses the dedicated...