Yeah, I am also totally clueless. Especially that the NAND flash run didn't work, there is really nothing that could go wrong...
Maybe not all RockPros are created equal
I will also try another Rock Pro tomorrow ^^
45 Bug Reports
also with the sensor connected is not working!
i will have a go with a kernel with the driver biuld in, not as module, let see!
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).
Only one reply in a month? The radxa development looks very sad indeed!
Basically [Thanks to Fabio], there is a way to port RPI library [for using Adafruit led matrix] in Radxa.
The following library: https://github.com/Boomerific/rpi-rgb-led-matrix is almost fully compatible, the only problem [I think] is in line 5 [gpio.cc]:
May i have Radxa's GPIO controller address?
Thanks in advance!
BTW: I want to connect and communicate with the Adafruit 16x32 led matrix board.
first of all the file to be edit (edit /kernel/arch/arm/mach-rk3188/board-rk3188-box.c) is not present on my source code .... i have got:
up to now i made the mods to the radxa-rock.c but i had a compilation error. so i applied the code to the board-rk3188-sdk.c
no error this time but still the same outcome, no way to load the module.
@frep That's an amazing project! You've done a great job… Congratulations!
I have a Radxa Rock Pro and I want to completely disable the HDMI audio device. I know that I can switch between audio devices from Volume Control, but I want to disable the HDMI audio device so it will not appear in the Volume Control anymore. How can I do this?
One more thing. You should really clear out /var/log/lastlog so the first login doesn't show the last login IP during the system build:
Welcome to Linaro 14.04 (GNU/Linux 3.0.36+ armv7l)Documentation: https://wiki.linaro.org/
Last login: Tue Jul 22 11:37:47 2014 from aca80163.ipt.aol.com
Hi im running the radxa rock lite , but my normal OS is linux.
I have booted very successfully the ubuntu image, but for some reason the android 4.4.2 image does not work ? Also I have tried the dual boot Ubuntu/Android and this immediately boots into Ubuntu.
I am a newbie here so apologies if I do not provide the proper diagnostic logs, please let me know which info is preferable to show in a case such as this.
To be clear this is the radxa rock lite, there is no nand flash to boot from it must do everything from the micro sd card, I am trying to run the latest images that are available.
Thank you for the help.
While working on my touchscreen settings, I noticed occasionally my radxa would go crazy and get so hot that it would lock up. I finally figured out it's happening when I bring up the on-screen keyboard.
In my test, I was trying to enter a new SSID for wifi. Initially it brings up the on-screen keyboard, and "busybox top" shows CPU usage at less than 1%. As soon as I touch the first letter on the keyboard, CPU usage jumps up to around 50% and stays there. I get artifacts on the screen, and the touchscreen stops responding. I have to plug in an external keyboard and use the ESC key several times to exit out of the WIFI setup screen. Once I get out of that screen, CPU usage drops back down to normal and the touchscreen starts responding again.
I have not tried the onscreen keyboard with any other programs yet, but I was wondering if anyone else had seen this problem?
My android source code was pulled from git about two weeks ago, and I am using kitkat. Other than adding touchscreen drivers to the kernel and adjusting the usbtouchscreen.c source file (as noted in another thread), I have not made any other changes to the source.
OctoPrint is a 3d printer server which works quite well with a webcam on the Radxa Pro on my local network. (Using latest desktop Ubuntu 14.04 sd card image)
I had several false starts getting is all to work together, but finally got webcam and all working though local network, so I can sit in living room and upload files to 3d printer server and watch it print ...
Basic procedure I followed is at
with a few changes ...
First, install the webcam streaming server first. I had problems with opening the USB port for the printer when I installed it second, it must have changed some rights or altered pyserial in some way. Also, download the zip file from sourceforge
and do not use
git clone https://github.com/jacksonliam/mjpg-streamer.git
you will need to add -w option to this line to invoke the streamer server
./mjpg_streamer -i "./input_uvc.so" -o "./output_http.so"
more like this
./mjpg_streamer -i "./input_uvc.so -f 15 -r 640x480" -o "./output_http.so -w ./www"
follow the other steps in the Raspian procedure, then go back and install OctoPrint.
working great for me now ...
How does one install the IR driver on Ubuntu? It would be great if it would be part of the default image.
I have a universal remote. So I don't need to re-compile the kernel. I should be able to tell my remote how to talk to Radxa.
Check out this kickstarter project, Andromium:
I have pledged for just the software.
I don't own a Samsung phone, just Sony stuff so their dock won't fit my phone or tablet anyway.
I will try it on my Rock running Android 4.4.2 and tell you if it works.
@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.
V I R U S:
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)