@hipboi 30 days, any news on the Debian SD image?
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Is there a guideline how to setup and use interrupts?
I'm using a MAX7300 Port expander chip with 20 ports on I2C bus. It's a really nice chip for more I/O Ports. This chip also provides an free configurable interrupt output pin for 7 Ports.
The Question is now how to pass an interrupt to my android application? I think I have to configure it like a hardware input key which can trigger a function in the application. Has anybody done this before or basic instrucions for generally setting up interrupts?
The rock pro on store.radxa.com is out of stock now. You can buy from seeed studio. The current selling version is rock pro(2014.06.10).
Hi guys i was wondering if some one could let me know when Radza Rock2 Will be relased and full specs!
Hey @Rob-Merriman, on Android I have the script from @gruuvinrob (above) in a personal folder and simply run it on startup via the app "init.d scripts support". Works very well, green light stops flashing after the system is fully started, which helps you to see when it's up if you are running it headless.
@julien Could you please share the image (linux-next)
You just have to do all the steps descripted in the Install part of the readme:
sudo apt-get install gcc python-dev installs the tools needed to run pyRock, but not pyRock itself.
With git clone https://github.com/radxa/pyRock.git you get the source code of pyRock. After changing into the new created directory pyRock with cd pyRock there you will find the setup.py.
Finally run sudo python setup.py install to install pyRock.
I hope that helps.
is there any naming convention/requirement for the .c-file?
I was hoping someone maybe able to help with the driver for eGalax touchscreen either for Android or Ubuntu, although Android would be the preference. I have run lsusb under linux and the hardware info is D-Wav Scientific Co., Ltd eGalax Touchscreen.
I have read posts on compiling a kernel with the drivers turned on but so far been unsuccessful. I am simply trying to have a point and click info screen, so if in ubuntu I would be starting up into a web browser.
It would be great if someone has a suitable img, like I said the flavour isn't so important. I have been able to get this working under a flavour of linux on an RPI, but really liking the Radxa Rock Lite and the speed is ideal for this purpose. Also working well under windows 8 but overkill for this purpose I found a driver that works eGalaxTouch_18.104.22.16828-Release-140428 on PC.
Also the chipset on my Radxa Rock Lite is RX3188.
Thanks in advance if anyone can help!
As you have maybe read at http://talk.radxa.com/topic/695/kali-linux/14, a precondition to get the scripts working (also the original script of manu7irl) is to run a kali-linux as root. I wasn't aware of that, since I was working like this anyway. So I didn't mention this in the description. I hope you didn't have wasted too much time because of this.
Have a nice day!
I couldn't agree with you more.
It is very difficult to handle radxa while changing from Raspberry.
Also waiting for the perfect image and continue experimenting with both.
Radxa for testing and Raspberry for work.
Hope to can switch this situation soon since of the inviting power from radxa.
Maybe some raspbian image builder would be able to help
or build an adapted raspbian-radxa image for us?
A wishlist for the next image-release could be helpful.
I have fixed both issues
Finally could make it work on android.
After installing the driver as described, we need to create a .map file for the remote that should be located on the same directory of ir-keytable executable.
use the command ./ir-keytable -t to view the remote codes when pressed.
keep those codes, they will be used on the .map file
you can use the A-100.map (inside the zip file) as example
after creating your own file, you can load it with the commands:
./ir-keytable -w your_remote.map
after that, you will be able to use those mapped keys on android.
I was wondering whether it is possible to create a dual-boot system, where the latest available Android image can be placed on the NAND and Debian (or Ubuntu) distro to be installed/put in ext. USB device. More importantly - do you think that putting Linux on ext. USB drive (HDD) will work faster, than using Linux on NAND?
Something makes me believe that using NAND would be faster, but who knows..
The main thing that concerns me is whether both OSes will be upgrade-able independently.
As the Dual-Boot images are not with the latest version of the released OS images, I was wondering if the already released latest ones can be used without putting much effort for that purpose.
I wrote up a small guide with a script for configuring the Radxa as a Ops dashboard for those working on Ops teams. Perhaps it'll help someone out there
If ur on windows download a program called WIN32 DISK IMAGER that will allow u to flash the .img to the sd card
@V-I-R-U-S Yes, we have the database automatically backup. That guy have modified the theme folder(index.php). Now i have cleaned it. radxa.com is back now.
这个是因为 camera还不支持 mali gpu，建议使用非opengl es版本的linux系统。
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After i was few weeks away frome here, i've noticed that our community is full of double posts. Same or almost the same title with a time span of 1 hour. Please, think about, that by creating more than one thread, with the same trouble, will not produce faster reply on this. Today i've deleted more than 10 topics... Seems that i will have to warn some people.
some "issues" of the new page:
wiki button does not link to the wiki
no pictures under Products/Rock.../Features
no pictures in the gallery at the moment (think they were there already)