There's several USB3 devices emerging and producing.
So, must support USB3 host. examples : odroid XU3
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So try? - http://radxa.com/Rock/unbrick
Will there be any new Radxa Rock Pro in your stock soon?
What about the new Rock 2, do you have any estimation about the sell-by date?
i need to install Logilink VG0001A (stk1160) on my radxa pro.
How i procede?
@hipboi sounds great! Thanks for your work. I will give pyRock a try soon!
I outline the way to resize to fit available space in my overview of how to setup Node.js under Ubuntu 14.04 here https://github.com/jdarling/radxa-nodejs-img The same process should work for any linux distro on the SD from the rock.
Just so you don't have to go reading, here is the procedure:
Creating the above image wasn't too difficult. I started off using the 2GB
Ubuntu 14.04 server image and burning it to my MicroSD card using:
NOTE: If the above link doesn't work then browse the ubuntu sd images
to find the latest server image.
From there I put the MicroSD card into my Radxa Rock and powered the device on.
Since that image doesn't have a display out that I can make use of (says out of
range on my monitor) I then used Angry IP Scanner to find
the IP of the rock.
Next SSH into the rock using:ssh -l rock <ip>
And login using "rock" as the password (no double quotes).
Once your successfully logged into the device switch to the root user:su root
Use "root" as the password.
**Note this must either be done from su or you must sudo every command!fdisk /dev/mmcblk0p1 Command (m for help): p Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sda1 * 2048 9437183 4717568 83 Linux
^^ Make note of that Start valueCommand (m for help): d Selected partition 1 Command (m for help): p Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System Command (m for help): n Command action e extended p primary partition (1-4) p Partition number (1-4, default 1): 1 First sector (2048-10485759, default 2048):
For First sector use the Start value from above, this is IMPORTANT, if you don't
it won't work and you will have to start over.
Just hit <enter> to use whatever the default is.Command (m for help): w The partition table has been altered! Calling ioctl() to re-read partition table. WARNING: Re-reading the partition table failed with error 16: Device or resource busy. The kernel still uses the old table. The new table will be used at the next reboot or after you run partprobe(8) or kpartx(8) Syncing disks.
Now your drive has been allocated from the original 2GB up to whatever your
disk size actually is, minus a bit for offset.
Restart the rock:shutdown -r now
Give a few minutes for the device to power back up and then ssh back into the
Finally resize the disk to take up the entire space:sudo resize2fs /dev/mmcblk0p1
I got the WORKING SOLUTION for DWC_OTG not align error
DWC_OTG: dwc_otg_hcd_urb_enqueue urb->transfer_buffer address not align to 4-byte
add the .map_urb_for_dma and .unmap_urb_for_dma to all three "struct hc_driver"
.map_urb_for_dma and .unmap_urb_for_dma are from
It is working for me so far, I have not change the functions` name so everyone may verify them for me.
I have tried on:
and both kernel work fine with this fix
just search "tegra" in the attached code to see the changes I made
similar solution(but I dont know why this one does not work for me):
As I think Julien mentioned in another post, edit the system/build.prop file. You can use ES File Explorer as one way to do it.
The line that mentions overlay=1: set to overlay=0
I changed the lcd density line from 160 to 240, giving similar icon and text size as the default RR KitKat at 720p. On a true 1080p display - 39" - found that the text was unreadable and the icons tiny at 160 dpi.
Reboot. Nothing changed right?
Settings > Display > Output mode (something like that, no Rock available to check just now) > Choose 1920 x 1080 60 hz (or 50 depending on your display support)
In XBMC you'll see that the output is now 1080p and that things look considerably sharper and brighter. Big difference on my screen, at least.
@shvonder Porting/improvement is not so easy... it needs a lot of efforts
Perhaps the following link will be of interest to you.
You just install Android to the NAND following the Wiki directions, then install Ubuntu to an SD card --again following the instructions available in the wiki--. The Rock will automatically try to boot to SD before it boots to NAND. If you have the Ubuntu SD inserted it will boot into Ubuntu when it's turned on, if it isn't then it will boot into Android.
is it possible to get BSP for this board...
目前有两个软件版本,一个是正式版本,基于BOX SDK开发, 官方提供支持, 不支持双显,
另一个版本是测试版本,基于Tablet SDK 开发,官方不提供支持,支持双显
2、支持HDMI 和 LVDS 同时显示
4、支持LVDS,TP,Camara(soc camera, 不支持usb camera)
$tar -xvf rk3188_radxa_rock_pro_lite_android4.4_tablet_sdk_20141013.tgz
$make radxa_rock_lite_dual_display_kitkat_defconfig （for rock lite）
$make radxa_rock_pro_dual_display_kitkat_nand_defconfig（for rock pro,boot from nandflash）
$make radxa_rock_pro_dual_display_kitkat_sdcard_defconfig (for rock pro,boot from sdcard)
$make kernel.img -j8
$source build/envsetup.sh (android 源码根目录)
$lunch radxa_rock_pro (for rock pro and rock lite)
update.img 位于 rockdev/
请参考同目录下面的"How to make start-up sdcard.doc"
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)
We have recently moved the radxa talk from amazon AWS to a new linode server. But after transferring there is something wrong with the posting(The post are crossed in different topics). So we dropped the database and did a clean restoring from the backup two days ago. The posting should be ok now. I am sorry for the 2 or 3 topics lost the past two days. If the problem is not solved, please post again.
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