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Hi davef

Thank you for your input. We updated our wiki by adding this command set.
Thank you davef.
We did several tests here and we followed the steps on our wiki and could connect to our router. Our router is NETGEAR R6300V2 and is set to "WPA2-PSK[AES]"
Hi davef

Thank you very much for your observation. We are doing some tests now and will release some results
Hi davef, Thank you. We have to admit that the overall performance of the NanoPi WIFI is not very good. As for the AP issue you can try removing the connector shown below and solder an antenna NanoPi.png As for the wifi client issue our Debian by default is set to WPA so if the AP is WPA2 it might n...
Hi we already updated the wiki. Please check the "Connect to NanoPi 2" section in the following link.

http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index. ... x_-_Button

We simplied the code and the compiling process. We are updating our wiki for this section. Please check our wiki in two days.
Hi davef,

Yes it is configurable however it is not ready yet. We are working on it and wish to release this feature on our wiki site in about one month.
FriendlyARM released a development tool kit: Matrix Starter Kit that works with the NanoPi2. Currently we only sell a whole set which contains all the modules. Some individual modules are available for sale while others whose prices are marked with $99,999.00 are not available for sale. http://www.f...
FriendlyARM released a new module: 200M-pixel USB camera that works with the NanoPi2.

http://www.friendlyarm.com/index.php?ro ... duct_id=90
We would like to share a blog here: http://www.averagemanvsraspberrypi.com/2015/11/nanopi-2.html To address the shipping cost raised in this post: on our website: http://www.friendlyarm.com and Nanopi.io we set the default shipping cost to USD 9 for shipping via CHINA POST which takes about one mont...
When you connect your NanoPI2 to the PSU-ONECOM to PC via a serial cable please make sure the serial cable should be a crossover one other wise you will not be able to observe system messages on the PC's serial terminal.
Users can try this way to delete the X Server for NanoPi2:

apt-get remove lxde-core lxtask lightdm xinit


apt-get autoremove

You can try this way to disable the X:

$ cd /etc/systemd/system/
$ sudo ln -s /lib/systemd/system/multi-user.target default.target
We suggest our users use at least a class 10 8G TF card and this kind of TF card will boot a system quickly and runs fluently. When using a lower class TF card it can work but its performance and user experience will be very bad. Some lower class card's read/write is only about 1MB/s which causes tr...
CNX just reported our latest product : NanoPi2. Here is the link to the message:

http://www.cnx-software.com/2015/10/30/ ... ent-485590
We will publish our latest product information here