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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"?
This time around however when I insert the card into my USB card reader even though the device manager on my Windows 10 machine sees the drive and partitions on it neither Windows Explorer or any of the programs like windisk32imager, etcher, etc see the card and then conversely even the boot partit...
antopark93 wrote:
question
- > If so, is there any other option not mentioned in wiki?

seems to be OK from your side.....

You could try to write the image with "etcher" to the uSD Card....
Has the uSD Card tested to be OK?
Booted with armbian, same issue no HD detected. I am at a loss here. Mine does show with armbian: root@nanopineo23:~# dmesg|grep -i sd [ 1.587369] Installing knfsd (copyright (C) 1996 okir@monad.swb.de). [ 1.716918] sdhci: Secure Digital Host Controller Interface driver [ 1.716921] sdhci: Copyright...
I ordered the complete package including the power supply, i look at the board and the chipset model is JMS567 so i am pretty sure the image supports it. I will try a 12V 4A power supply and see if that works. Did you ordered a soldered Neo2 oder did you solder the pins youself? If you didnt see mo...
i purchased a kit with the neo2 and nas dock, i have installed the nanopi-neo2_debian-nas-jessie_4.16.0_20180420.img and it boots fine but it will not detect any HD's. i have tried 2 SSD's and 1 2.5" WD hd and nothing shows for hard drives. Is there a bootloader image i need to update to suppo...
Actually I have two questions: 2) Can I burn FriendlyCore image into board flash and boot from it, not from SDcard? see at the Wiki: Core: http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi_NEO_Core#Get_Image_Files Core2: http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi_NEO_Core2#Boot_from_eMMC in ...
How can I play an MP3? I have downloaded and built mpg123 but all it does is complain that it cannot open the default sound device. For people who CAN play MP3's on this hardware, with this O/S, how did you do it,please? You dont have to download/built mpg123 - you could install it with apt-get ins...
RamiX wrote:
Hi, i need to know what Linux version i can install on NanoPi-NEO to start running my tests.

Ubuntu xenial or debian jessie/stretch:
see https://dl.armbian.com/nanopineo/
Someone did (succesfully) try to boot a arch-linux image for the pine64 on a NanoPi A64.... So I did try to boot the latest armbian nightly with mainline kernel for the pine64 on my NanoPi A64. OK, the network interfaces (LAN RTL8211E and WiFi RTL8189ETV ) and the soundcard arent available. So I use...
admin wrote:
It was originally set up. :cry: But for some reason, it's canceled.

just reenable it :) (if it would be so easy - i know)
But for new users their first posts will be checked by us and if the posts get passed they can create furthur threads. Is this also a actual rule? Because the last weeks there are many new users who do spam the forum with links and messages without a content about nanopis or friendlyarm. Or your fo...
Duxz wrote:
hello, im new and i wonder what the name of the wifi chip used is


at the picture http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/images ... -AIR-2.jpg
you could see the WiFi+BT Chipset Ampak AP6212

Wiki-Page for the NanoPi Neo Air: http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index. ... Pi_NEO_Air
I wonder about FriendlyArm's understanding of "support". I cannot see any support in this forum. :-( The support is better than by the Orange Pi Company if you would take a look at the FriendlyARM Wiki: http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/Main_Page#NanoPC.2FPi_Series But here in th...
FriendlyARM does introduce the term LTS for SBCs :) For the following NanoPis the will now promise LTS: - NanoPi NEO Core2-LTS = http://www.friendlyarm.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=69&product_id=211 - NanoPi NEO2-LTS = http://www.friendlyarm.com/index.php?route=product/product&am...
small rock wrote:
my Nanopc-T3 with friendly-core,when i Plug in the USB device,there was No feedback information on the serial port.

Linux does give feedback to "dmesg" when a USB is plugged in.... so use the command "dmesg" after you did plug in the USB-device.
Next step would be to display something on my screen. I'm thinking I will be able to just connect the video cable to the NanoPi directly, bypassing the cheapo control board, but I don't know if that is even possible. It might need to do something with the signal first? <-- my Question. Can I use (a...
Is it anywhere available detailed list of changes in 1.1 differences are written here: http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi_NEO2#Hardware_Change_List - NanoPi NEO V1.1 1711's Audio connector is a 2.54mm 4Pin-header - NanoPi NEO V1.1 1711's Ethernet port is a pin connector. - NanoPi NEO...
Will the new (v1.1) Neo2 (non Plus or Core) now allways be with soldered Header-Pins? - because there is no ordering option (like on the normal Neo) for with or without Pins. Will it work in the silver NAS-Case? Is the 1GB RAM option available or only for future use? At the product page the "ne...
gdm85 wrote:
@guidol I have a FriendlyElec NanoPi-NEO-Plus2
Can you share your /proc/config.gz just in case? Models are different so might not be useful at all

OK - did only see the Neo2 at the title....

Here is the config.gz from /proc/ ou tof armbian for the Neo2
igorp wrote:
No workarounds or hacks found in last two years

Ohh :) use a USB-WiFi-Stick or Ethernet does work well :)
[*] with mainline kernel never got both USB ports working[/list] Do you guys have advices about building a recent kernel where I could use both USB ports as normal (no OTG)? try armbian :) (here the Neo2 with NAS-Case = JMicron is the HDD-Controller) root@nanopineo2:~# lsusb Bus 008 Device 001: ID ...
gdm85 wrote:
Does the 2nd USB work with mainline? As far as I know, not.

I got 2 Neo2 with the NAS-Case and there all USB-Ports do work just fine :)

ARMBIAN 5.42.180319 nightly Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch) 4.14.27-sunxi64
Linux nanopineo2 4.14.27-sunxi64 #33 SMP Sun Mar 18 10:26:35 CET 2018 aarch64 GNU/Linux
you could do that with fdisk and resize2fs. You should write down the start-sector, delete the partition, create a new bigger partition, set boot flag reboot and then resize2fs.... I only did found the instructions in german: http://martin-mueller.info/2013/05/06/root-partition-online-vergrosern/ bu...
stevearm wrote:
Yes, thank you Dave! The problem is solved! Thanks so much for your your effort and time! Have a great weekend!

could you also tell us - for the next one who is having this problem - what problem was in your /etc/rc.local? :)
bwilcutt wrote:
I'm hooked to pins 6 (gnd), 8 (tx) and 10 (rx), running to my PC's pin's 2/3/5 (9-pin serial port).
Anyone have any idea what is going on?! Is my nanopi broke?

For DB9 to the NanoPi serial Port you need a TTL-Levelshifter and 115.200 Baud
Sounds like a bad/slow or to small sdcard for me...
As I know before the kernel also the u-boot gets loaded from the SDcard and will produce the first serial output. without a u-boot from the card there shouldnt be a output. Did you test another card? Has another OS bootet successfully on that board? Or is it a n"new" board for you and it u...
2 ideas:
shouldnt the first line read as
#!/bin/sh

but you have there
#! /bin/sh
(with a space)

Does you /etc/rc.local execute rights - like from chmod 755 /etc/rc.local

Is /bin/sh the right shell for the commands do you use?
maybe you could try
#!/bin/bash
Is it possible to connect the NanoHat PCM5102A on a nano pi neo2 and is this working than? http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoHat_PCM5102A Hardware & Software Systems that Work with NanoHat PCM5102A Index CPU Model Board Model OS 1 H3 NanoPi NEO Allwinner's released Linux-3.4 kernel...
GLinBoy wrote:
Hi
What is pin number of PWM pin in nanopi m1?



Hmm
http://wiki.f r i e n d l y a r m.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi_M1
*strange* Pin4 on Debug Port?:


Debug Port(UART0)
Pin# Name
1 GND
2 VDD_5V
3 UART_TXD0/GPIOA4
4 UART_RXD0/GPIOA5/PWM0
fretinator wrote:
Just replace the word dissertation in the link. It appears that the moderation software replace the domain with the word dissertation.


I did shorten the link:
http://bit.ly/2Ev819m
Booting from the Ubuntu/FriendlArmy image for the NanoPi Neo 2, I can't find any /dev entries for the on-board eMMC storage (8GB). If there's an easy way to check the output of dmesg, or a /proc or a /dev file, to look for an explanation them I'm all ears. If the board doesn't contain 8GB of storag...
The other question is around getting a more updated version of Android. V 5.1.1 seems quite old. There are other S905 SOCs out there which have Android 6.x based images released. Would anyone be aware of a timeline on when this would be made available? If you want a newer Android woudlnt it be bett...
I'm keen on purchasing this device with an eMMC and compatibility with a newer version of Android. The links posted do not work. Can you please get back to me ASAP? Thanks. strange - in edit Mode there where the right links BUT after saving there where other links.... Now I put the URLs in code-bra...
I would like to know this, too. I am strongly considering purchasing this board, but without an eMMC module, the board is a lot less appealing. NanoPi K2 eMMC module is available here: http://www.friendlyarm.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=209 and the adapter for reading/writing ...
DrX7FFF wrote:
Will it work fine or this OS image need NAS Kit ?

Should work, but without the case you can directly use the OpenMediaVault (OMV ) image for the Neo2:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/openme ... z/download
Armbian image works fine !! Thanks Guidol today I did give the NanoPi Neo Plus2 image a try on the NanoPi Neo Core2 (against the tested NanoPi Neo2) image and today the NanoPi Neo Plus2 image of armbian did boot including eMMC support on the NanoPi Neo Core2 :) The acutal (today) nightly is named: ...
asmodyne wrote:
I wish FriendlyARM took the Raspi road and created a FAT32 mini-partition,
with some human-readable kernel config file within. 8-)
Having to recompile the kernel just to change framebuffer size and HDMI mode is a hassle !

Or like armbian with the /boot/armbianEnv.txt ;)
Have the Android image downloaded, used Etcher to flash the ima to an SD card. Did you use the Android image for sd card? Because there is also a Android-image for eMMC, which maybe wouldnt work on a uSD-card: Image File: nanopi-k2_android_5.1.1-YYYYMMDD.img.zip Android5.1 Image File for flashing a...
I have one question. I use Welcome to ARMBIAN 5.36 user-built Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS 3.4.113-sun8i and tried to find USB port and other interfaces devices. But .... they are not present under system and hardware module does not exist? Why? What is replacement? Or all interfaces are enabled by default? ...
I'm asking because the NanoPi Neo2 version (nanopi-neo2_ubuntu-oled_4.x.y_YYYYMMDD.img.zip on the Wiki page) is missing dm-crypt. If dm-crypt is present in the NanoPi A64 version of FriendlyCore, why is it absent from the NanoPi Neo2 version? I can recompile the kernel w/ deb build etc., but I was ...
igorp wrote:
In armbian, you just need to enable them:
armbian-config -> hardware

on my NanoPi Neo(2) with the silver NAS case I have enabled usbhost1 and usbhost2 and all USB Ports are useable.

see the attached Picture
Hi, I just received the NanoPi Neo Core2 with the mini shield. I put the file nanopi-neo-core2_FriendlyCore-Xenial_4.14.0_20171208 on the SD card, but the kernel refuses to start. Did I miss something? I do use my NanoPi Neo Core2 (plus Mini-Shield) with the armbian image of the NanoPi Neo2: https:...
All is good now. I installed Armbian and now I see the full 1024 MB of ram. My OLED screen doesn't work anymore so I am figuring that out, any suggestions? Sorry I cant help here... I also got a normal Neo (not Neo2) with OLED-Hat, but the display will only run with a (in my opinion) kernel-module/...
christine wrote:
I'll see if I can get it to work with dhcp now.


for DHCP you have to edit your IPV4-WiFi Connection from "Manual" to "Automatic"

Glad to here that it works :)
I did found a strange Message in dmesg of my NanoPi Neo with OLED Hat using the image nanopi-neo_ubuntu-oled_4.14.0_20171219.img : [ 0.324534] Unpacking initramfs... [ 0.680355] Initramfs unpacking failed: junk in compressed archive I also reinstalled the image, but did get the same message (did hav...
I already briefly checked and it seems that there are no special settings and 1Gb version must just work. At least kernel wise. My NanoPi Neo Core2 - with 1GB Ram - is also using the normal NanoPi Neo2 armbian image and is showing the full 1GB of Ram without any special settings: Welcome to ARMBIAN...