@hackshine Thanks for the suggestion. Sounds like a good idea. I think we need some auto building scripts to generate the image. It seems that some bsp is needed to glue everything.
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@zlib Please try root:root for the user and password.
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I've soldered it 3 times, after it broke again, i just sent it to german distributor.
@debashisde run cat /proc/cmdline
console=ttyFIQ0,115200 console=tty0 root=/dev/block/mtd/by-name/linuxroot rw rootfstype=ext4 init=/sbin/init mac_addr=de:ad:de:ad:be:25 initrd=0x62000000,0x004F0000 mtdparts=rk29xxnand:0x00008000@0x00002000(boot),-@0x0000A000(linuxroot) bootver=2013-12-02#2.08 firmware_ver=4.2.2
2.08 is the bootloader version
Hi,I see there are many version of loader available. How do I know the version number of the bootloader installed in my RR?
@julienThanks for reply.
I can't load 1-wire driver on kernel 3.0.36:root@radxa:/lib/modules# modprobe w1-gpiomodprobe: ERROR: could not insert 'w1_gpio': No such device
Could you, please, try this on your device ( if this module is compiled in your kernel)If result be the same, I won't try to compile kernrel 3.10 anymore.
I have now:root@radxa:# cat /proc/versionLinux version 3.0.36+ (victor@u35) (gcc version 4.7.3 20130328 (prerelease) (crosstool-NG linaro-1.13.1-4.7-2013.04-20130415 - Linaro GCC 2013.04) ) #2 SMP PREEMPT Tue Sep 2 14:06:32 MSK 2014
root@radxa:# uname -aLinux radxa 3.0.36+ #2 SMP PREEMPT Tue Sep 2 14:06:32 MSK 2014 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linuxandroot@radxa:/# modinfo w1-gpiofilename: /lib/modules/3.0.36+/kernel/drivers/w1/masters/w1-gpio.kolicense: GPLauthor: Ville Syrjala firstname.lastname@example.org: GPIO w1 bus master driverdepends: wirevermagic: 3.0.36+ SMP preempt mod_unload ARMv7
root@radxa:/# cat /etc/os-releaseNAME="Linaro"VERSION="14.04"ID=linaroID_LIKE=debianPRETTY_NAME="Linaro 14.04"VERSION_ID="14.04"
P.S.On cubieboard2 everything works fine:aruntu# cat /proc/versionLinux version 3.4.101-sun7i+ (jojo@rumpel) (gcc version 4.8.2 (Ubuntu/Linaro 4.8.2-16ubuntu4) ) #1 SMP PREEMPT Sun Aug 3 14:23:23 CEST 2014aruntu# modprobe w1-gpioaruntu# lsmod | grep gpiobt_gpio 2741 0wifi_gpio 6375 1 bt_gpiow1_gpio 1352 0wire 26728 2 w1_gpio,w1_thermaruntu# modinfo w1-gpiofilename: /lib/modules/3.4.101-sun7i+/kernel/drivers/w1/masters/w1-gpio.kolicense: GPLauthor: Ville Syrjala email@example.com: GPIO w1 bus master driversrcversion: 07F6DE28F5E76B7F6039777depends: wireintree: Yvermagic: 3.4.101-sun7i+ SMP preempt mod_unload modversions ARMv7 p2v8
@kvas it's a Radxa Rock 2013 on the picture (with IT66121 HDMI chipset).
The Rock Pro has a different HDMI chipset (RK616), so it is needed to change the config and dts files accordingly.
Thank you for ensuring me. I wasn't just absolutely sure what RK618 does. I didn't found datasheet. But you are right it is not even connected to LCDC0.
(Please close. If it is working here this way.)
@kaju Thanks for your offer.Here is the output from the shell: https://pastee.org/qsze2here the dmesg: https://pastee.org/cbcyuand here the syslog: https://pastee.org/quctk
@unotemporalyou haven't given your rootfs yet, maybe it's from a headless system.
If not, you may try this patch on rockchip-3.0/drivers/video/rockchip/hdmi/hdmi-edid.c and recompile the kernel:https://www.miniand.com/forums/forums/picuntu-linux/topics/how-to-change-the-resolution?page=2
maybe your monitor cannot follow the board's resolution.Alex
hipboy thanks.I've done what you told me (cat /dev/urandom > /dev/fb0), and I obtained random lights to output HDMI screen.And this warning:[ 333.830105] lcdc1 driver not found!Regards.
Returning to this topic - I've also been doing some BLE testing with a Radxa Rock Pro (with the Realtek RTL8723AS module on the back) runnign both the pre-installed android 4.4.2 build and a build I did myself with from the src tarball download (with the wifi makefile fix applied).
In my testing I have found that when testing with an ipad-mini in iBeacon advertising mode, I'm only seeing 2-8 scan result callbacks in a 15sec time period from the Android BLE framework (to my BluetoothAdapter.LeScanCallback class's onLeScan() method) whereas exactly the same app, running on a Nexus5 gets hundreds (350-800) scan callbacks for the ipad in the same time period.
Now I don't expect to have as high a frequency as with the nexus, but would anyone have any idea of what could be wrong or where I could look to improve the perf to at least get up to 1Hz of callbacks ?
Any help would be most appreciated.
I got an Touchscreen controller from Adafruit with AR1100 chip. It should detect as HID mouse without drivers on any device.On windows it works but not on android.
The device is detected and receive inputs tested with "getevent".
Looks like that it's connected but not compatible directly. I read about .idc files to discribe an input device and build a simple file with no success.Has anybody an idea how to get it work?
For me the same problem.I've flashed the update.img using the RK-Batchtool. After that I only see the four penguins.Then I've flashed your parameter file, boot, kernel, recovery image but I only see the penguins :(
Update:Now I flashed the framebuffer parameter and now I see that rock runs a panic dump reboots and after pressing the return key everything is fine.
My steps:Flashing update_miniroot_full.img using batchtoolFlashing parameter_fbcon (framebuffer console) using RKAndroid_Tool
But unfortunately flashing to sd is not working for me. when I boot radxa with an miniroot sd it says that modules are missing.Can anybody post detailed steps for booting from sd?
update2:Using your tutorial I now want to extract the ubuntu-core to sd but when I try this step the radxa crashes and finaly reboot.After this the radxa crashes everytime i open the ubuntu dir
@naobsd yes, immediately after boot, without any interaction:(Each time messages are different and I believe that this is some kind of kernel panic.Sometimes radxa is being automatically rebooted. Sometimes radxa shows questions instead of memory regions as on the photo above.I am going to by ttl2usb cable (I do not have the one) and check the output.
Hi, I have seen thousands of times the following situation (a=ask r=answer) a Why the tutorial for x thing does not work? r What tutorial do you mean? a this one r What have you done? a The steps in the tutorial r What exact steps? -----a month later----- a This steps ---link---- r I mean what were your commands a ahhhh sorry these ones r that problem is solved in this link a Ohhhhhh incredible you are a guru¡¡¡ What's your name so I can name after my son ¡ r Google __end of situation_
Steps to follow:Search as many related words in google, ping or whatever Go to irc channels and look for the searcher and try the same words If you have not found nothing try to list the steps you took. Take screenshots or photos and If you can record a video and upload it to youtube, Then try to figure out what is the better place to post it Try to express yourself in the best English you can. And take into account that a short answer usually means another 3 or more explanations Speak allways in an educated way, say Hello, congrats others for their work or answers. End your topics with regards or at least your name Comment your results:A-if they are positive it means that the next person will have it easier to find it.B-if negative tell what was wrong, which could lead to other interesting tips and info
That is all. Now the helpful people in this forum just have to link to this tutorial instead of getting impatient
I do not think it is a problem to link this tutorialhttp://cubiuntu.com/2014/07/22/916/
The prob is to find the package, it is a bit tricky from oracle site.I have tested it and works well with Jdownloader