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tw1145 wrote:
Why stop at 128GB?


maybe because they only tested the Duo2 "only" with up to 128GB:
http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index. ... _We_Tested
thanks for the reply. as I can see it the max frequency is capped to 816MHz on this NanoPi Neo2 v1.0 running the latest armbian stretch. can this be changed? the 1.01.Ghz (or 1.08) are from my Neo2 LTS v1.1 (1GB Ram) as I did see now. My two Neo2 v1.0 (512MB) are also capped to 816Mhz in armbian, b...
when you use cpufreq-info (without a -p) then you could should read: hardware limits: 120 MHz - 1.01 GHz available frequency steps: 120 MHz, 240 MHz, 480 MHz, 648 MHz, 816 MHz, 960 MHz, 1.01 GHz available cpufreq governors: conservative, userspace, powersave, ondemand, performance, schedutil current...
on the wiki page
http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi_M4
they named the standard 40 pin Connector GPIO1 because of the additinal ports on the 24 pin row GPIO2 :(
maybe they want to sell the new Duo2 with 512MB?
https://www.friendlyarm.com/index.php?r ... uct_id=244

maybe the Duo2 is useable with an apdapter in your pcb?
igorp wrote:
JAGITA wrote:
I would like to purchase this WiFi Transciever on Mouser

But it will not work.

the user JAGITA does only copy questions from other users (like here from the Thread-opener "oneCuil")

JAGITA did this in 20 posts and did not wrote a own sentence - I did report him to FriendlyElec.
https://www.friendlyarm.com/index.php?r ... uct_id=248

but why FriendlyARM didnt do write here about it as News?

Wiki for the R1
http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi_R1
ayaromenok wrote:
- win10 on RPi is not a typical desktop\arm64 windows 10 with GUI

since (?) a week ther is a solution for GUI - but VERY slow on the Raspberry - but not on a NanoPi:
https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/in ... ,5993.html

I think that is what the Thread-Owner mean :)
because your Username is ISTANBUL maybe you are from there? :) Then Iam near you - in Mudanya near Bursa - and we also often have power outages here, but my 10 SBCs are mostly running armbian as OS and no one - by now - had a bootdevice-corruption ;) Maybe you can try to use armbian on your T4?: htt...
I dont know about the wiki-entry, because my Duo hasnt a SSD :(
I only did remember what I did read in the past...
I also got no eth0 in /dev on another SBC, but eth0 is working.

You could try to expand eth0 in /etc/network/interfaces:

auto eth0
allow-hotplug eth0
no-auto-down eth0
iface eth0 inet dhcp

how about:
dmesg|grep -i eth0

or if the ethernet-module/driver has been loaded:
lsmod
did you try " sudo ifconfig -a " if there is any eth0-device? you can also check the output of " dmesg " if there are any errors about LAN/GSM. Did you check within " npi-config " if there is any hardware disabled which can be enabled? If eth0 could found with "ifc...
I get the same issue on mine as well. Wish they would fix it already as I have told them about this months ago. As I remember FriendlyARM wrote in some forum-thread that the eMMC on the "breakout" board of the NanoPi Duo was never supposed to be a bootable device.... They wrote is should ...
which port (UART/WiFI/Ethernet?) do you use for the console? Did you insert the Duo2 the right way to the box-board? Do you power the box board via MicroUSB-Port? (is the Duo2 powered from the box-board?) Did you switch on the box-board? Wiki: http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi_Duo2 h...
you could try to switch they off like in the following sample (use the led-names of the Neo4 if available): root@npi-neo2-23(192.168.6.23):~# cd /sys/class/leds root@npi-neo2-23(192.168.6.23):/sys/class/leds# ls -l insgesamt 0 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 0 Jan 1 1970 nanopi:green:status -> ../../devices/...
Raymond Day wrote:

root@NanoPi-NEO-Air:~# ifconfig wlan0 up
SIOCSIFFLAGS: Operation not permitted
root@NanoPi-NEO-Air:~#

How do I fix that?

try
sudo service networking restart
or check
http://pkadetiloye.blogspot.com/2010/11 ... flags.html
But I am trying to get it to work with squeezelite I don't get why it's not listing the Pcm5102a,DEV=4 root@NanoPi-NEO-Air:~# squeezelite -l Output devices: sysdefault:CARD=I2Smaster - I2S-master, - Default Audio Device root@NanoPi-NEO-Air:~# isnt that device-name useable without device-numer? in t...
whats the output of aplay -l and what is the content of your /etc/asound.conf ? Sometimes after installting the pcm5102a - in mainline armbian - and reboot my pcm5102a changed from Card 0 to Card 1: root@npi-neo(192.168.6.24):~# aplay -l **** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices **** card 0: Codec [H3 ...
I used "nanopi-neo-air_eflasher_friendlycore-xenial_4.14_armhf_20181120.img" does this one support the PCM5102A? did you enable I2S0 and the PCM5102A with npi-config like written in the Wiki about the PCM5102A?: http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoHat_PCM5102A#Under_H3.2FH5_.26...
you need the right linux image with support for the pcm5102a hat.
which image do you use?

you could also take a look here:
https://forum.armbian.com/topic/9009-in ... nline-4xx/
Almost everything works out of the box. In the meantime I did this experiment and edited the pin64-boardconfig inside the armbian-build-system for the NanoPi A64, because the complete build-system did have a .dtb and defconfig-file for the NanoPi A64: ./build/cache/sources/u-boot/v2018.11/configs/n...
In the meanwhile, the latest Armbian build for the pine64 is declared 'stable'. And ir runs perfectly on my nanopiA64. Wifi is recognised and easy to configure. Almost everything works out of the box. Cool would be when ethernet (RTL8211E) would also be recognized, but with the pine64-image only wl...
Actually, more than that, but including google searching, it takes me about 2-3 hours to complete all. Most of the problem is related to the python script, just settle the errors one-by-one. Today I swapped my old Neo2 against a Neo2 LTS 1GB in my NAS case - so I had a old Neo2 512MB free for the b...
folderman wrote:
it takes me about 2-3 hours to complete all.
Most of the problem is related to the python script, just settle the errors one-by-one.

If your 2-3 hours are the same work as 2-3 hours for me than it seems much work for this little display :(
Hi guidol, Mine is Neo2 with OLED, armbian is working fine with my neo2. However, it takes many steps for the python script to work. How much more work is it than - installing armbian - enable I2C in armbian-config and - run OLED install-script from http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoHa...
1.100.000 was just my experimenting. the 1.500.000 is right on the page you put a link to: It says: Debug: one Debug UART, 4 Pin 2.54mm header, 3V level, 1500000bps OK - I didnt searched for DEBUG - only for "serial" :) 1.500.000 is a very high Baudrate and I also got problem with the mos...
I am trying to build a wifi mesh network for urban robotics and would like to use the nanopi duo for the meshnetworking algorithms. I saw that an option for purchasing the NanoPi Duo is the "Kingspec 64GB MiniPCIe mSATA Half-size SSD for Industrial (+$45.00)", while I don't want to purcha...
I'm trying to use the debug UART of the Nano Pi M4. I connect via PuTTy. I set correct COM number, speed 1500000, but all I see is garbage. When I tried to change the speed to e.g. 1100000, I could type in all of the numbers 1-9, and top keyboard row letters (with occasional garbage). Where did you...
igorp wrote:
fitter wrote:
I2C for running OLED display is supported but needs to be enabled via armbian-config.

Anybody got the FrienlyARM OLED-Display running with armbian?
Or is it only to activate the I2C and use the Installer from FriendlyARM?
Joanoole wrote:
Sorry, but will be any other discounts?

Black-Friday was last Friday the 23th of November... so no more Black-Friday Discounts this week ;)
jgowdy wrote:
Can you please make the heat sink for the T4 independently orderable on the site?

see here:
https://www.friendlyarm.com/index.php?r ... uct_id=239
Is there any possible way to run the official arm debian on this board? the nearest option to a official arm debian is armbian stretch (or armbian bionic = ubuntu) with kernel 4.14.y at https://www.armbian.com/nanopi-neo-air/ debian stretch: https://dl.armbian.com/nanopiair/archive/Armbian_5.59_Nan...
take a look at the upper right pins for 5v in/out and gnd at the attached picture.
there you can power the NanoPi Air via the pins :)

Also you can read additional informations in the Wiki about the NanoPi AIr:
http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index. ... Pi_NEO_Air
also the armbian image for the Banana Pi M64 do - somewhat - work at the NanoPi A64. Also no ethernet/leds/soundcard and only one USB-Port (the lower one) - but with a USB-Hub you can connect usb-ethernet usb-soundcard https://forum.armbian.com/topic/6987-a64-and-the-310-kernel/?do=findComment&c...
RTL8189ETV driver https://github.com/jwrdegoede/rtl8189ES_linux but isnt at this time included in armbian? couldnt see wlan0 with ifconfig in ARMBIAN 5.59 testing Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch) 4.14.65-sunxi64 (and also not in my old image armbian 5.47 stable) Isnt the rtl8189es a standard wifi modul...
Hi Alex,

do you got downloadable images?

Cool would be a server-image (without desktop) and a desktop-image
(or a desktop image where we can diisable the desktop for server usage)

Kind regards :)
Really? Is that the only support? A good luck? igorp and I are also only users like you here - we are no support members of friendlyarm. With the UbuntuCore image from FriendlyArm is on FriendlyArm to support the OS-image they compiled. But Igor is the owner of the forum for armbian - which is a OS...
Pin 2 or 4 (5V) and 6 (GND) should be OK
Do only use one for +5V

The normal boot should work with 1A

I also see the Neo2 boot with the 5V of a USB serial adapter connected to a normal USB port on a PC.

So doublecheck your cables (are they to thin?)
gounthar wrote:
I didn't find anything about this DuPont line on the store. What could I buy to power this board ?
Thanks.

See http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index. ... _Dimension

Pin 2 or 4 for 5V and Pin 6 for GND at the 40 Pin GPIO Connector
maybe you could ask
David Huang - https://twitter.com/hjc4869
about the his armbian-version he is using at the T4 with firefly-kernel (see attachment):
https://twitter.com/hjc4869/status/1005321514432933888
I see only Android Nougat and Lubuntu for this board at http://112.124.9.243/rk3399/images-for-eflasher/ [ ] android-nougat-images.tgz 2018-06-04 14:06 710M [ ] android-nougat-images.tgz.hash.md5 2018-06-04 14:04 60 [ ] lubuntu-desktop-images.tgz 2018-06-04 14:04 1.4G [ ] lubuntu-desktop-images.tgz....
1. Initially I attempted to plug a corded female USB type A on the header pins (spliced the cord and connected the corresponding wires to Vcc, D+, D- and Gnd pins) --- or maybe I got the steps wrong or missed a step.. Is there a proper step-by-step procedure to enable the ports? I think you should ...
For my NanoPi A64 this is very interesting :)
so there is no Windows based software that I can use to clone my SD Card with any of the offered base images once they have been written? With this software you could make a 1:1 copy, but Windows cant read/show the file-system. The software only do read/write the Bits&Bytes of the card withou k...
Hmmm... I only have a v1.2 and no reboot-problems. Do you got the problem at all 50 NanoPi Neo? Is the scheduled restart via a cron/at job? Do all 50 have the same type of SDcard? Did you check with another type? How do you power all these Neos? I would try ONE Neo with another SDcard and a dedicate...
And what is the reason for not using Armbian? Hi Igor :) I think he already do use armbian on all of the NanoPi Neo, but the newer hardware-revision (1.31) does the reboot in a other way than the hardware revision v1.2 But I dont know why he is using the "old" ARMBIAN 5.3.0 XENIAL 3.4.113...
I did not think it was a card problem as I would have expected to see a message from the "Bios" stating the card format was wrong ... I guess I should realise this is not a "standard PC" ! The "BIOS" is on a NanoPi the "u-boot" like on many ARM SBCs - but the...
Hello, I am new to this world (of NanoPi computers) and to this forum ;-) ... but I've been running Ubuntu on my PCs for 12 years. I've bought a NanoPi K1 Plus and I've downloaded nanopi-k1-plus_friendlycore-xenial_4.14.0_20180511.img.zip . I've copied the image to an SD card (with Disks applicatio...
hough wrote:
My pi k2 will no longer boot any images. I plugged
It into my pc via usb and it is recognized as a device. Is there a way to unbrick my unit?

Did you try another card or to write the images with the software "Etcher"?