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  • in reply to: Boot without Kermit #790
    tom.i
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    @stappers – as you can see from my comment I wrote, that I couldn’t type there anything.
    Fortunately @cuddlepuncher helped me with screen and it works like a charm 😉

    in reply to: EsresspBin forum/website – WordPress #719
    tom.i
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    Wouldn’t be bad to have some antibot system, because @ekyme is spamming us very hard on all threads with Russian arguments 😀

    in reply to: Armbian Ubuntu / Debian #709
    tom.i
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    @armbian – I like it, it works perfectly 😛
    WIFI, LAN, CPU scaling – these I’ve tried yesterday
    Is there any solution how to check sensors? Or have I to install lm-sensors package from repo? Because after start, there are some information from login script, that it shows temps of HDD and so on, so if there is existing program you Armbian guys using there can you tell me the name of it?
    I’ve tried to check WIKI, but there are just some information.

    And again, thx a lot @armbian for your help 😉

    in reply to: Which PCIe wlan cards are supported? #708
    tom.i
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    Hi Leo,
    yesterday I’ve tried Armbian from this post and wifi works without problem too.
    So maybe I’m done with selection of right distribution for EspressoBin (finally) 😀

    in reply to: Which PCIe wlan cards are supported? #678
    tom.i
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    Maybe drivers from @bryan which he mentioned here will be fine.
    But I’m not sure, if it helps to the Realtek wifi card.

    in reply to: Source for pcie8879/mlan driver #677
    tom.i
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    Hello Adam,
    do you have Realtek RTL8191SE from GlobalScale or another one? I would like to use that drivers from FTP server which Bryan sent us.
    So I would like to know, if that drivers helped or not, because my compiled drivers doesn’t work for this mPCI wifi card 🙁

    in reply to: Armbian Ubuntu / Debian #653
    tom.i
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    It’s strange, but I can’t write Armbian IMG file to my SD card. Etcher doesn’t work for my distro(VoidLinux) – some weird message appears, so I’ve tried Etcher CLI, but it writes 1,5GB image in few seconds.

    sudo ./etcher index.js -d /dev/sdg -y Armbian_5.32.170626_Espressobin_Ubuntu_xenial_default_4.4.73/Armbian_5.32.170626_Espressobin_Ubuntu_xenial_default_4.4.73.img                                                                                                                    
    Flashing [========================] 100% eta 0s                                      
    Validating [========================] 100% eta 0s                                    
    Your flash is complete!                   
    Checksum: 61a8e836

    Of course, that it didn’t boot.
    So I’ve tried to make 2 partitions. 100MB vfat and 2nd rest with ext4. To the 1st one I’ve put there basic booting files from EspressoBin (Image, armada-3720-community.dtb) and then use “dd” to copy IMG file to 2nd partition.
    No luck, same problem no boot at all.
    Am I doing this wrongly?

    in reply to: Molex to SATA power adapter #639
    tom.i
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    Yes, I had same problem. So I had to buy 2 cables and make changes on them 🙂
    So I bought these cables:
    1) Female MOLEX with Male SATA
    2) Male MOLEX with Female SATA

    Then cut both, and use just Femela MOLEX with Female SATA inside terminal strip for same colors.

    in reply to: Which PCIe wlan cards are supported? #638
    tom.i
    Participant

    Hi,
    for me it’s same issue. I’ve that Realtek WIFI card which Marvell put inside the package, but I can’t use it in Ubuntu too.
    I followed same wiki pages as you ( http://wiki.espressobin.net/tiki-index.php?page=Configuring+Realtek+RTL8191SE+mini+PCIe+WiFi+card ), but it doesn’t help and inserting mods doesn’t start wifi card:

    root@espressobin:/home# insmod rtlwifi.ko 
    root@espressobin:/home# insmod rtl8xxxu.ko 
    root@espressobin:/home# insmod rtl_pci.ko 
    root@espressobin:/home# insmod rtl8192se.ko 
    root@espressobin:/home# iw reg set US
    root@espressobin:/home# hostapd -B hostapd.conf 
    Configuration file: hostapd.conf
    Could not read interface wlan0 flags: No such device
    nl80211: Driver does not support authentication/association or connect commands
    Could not read interface wlan0 flags: No such device
    nl80211 driver initialization failed.
    hostapd_free_hapd_data: Interface wlan0 wasn't started

    I don’t know if I have made any mistake or…

    in reply to: Armbian Ubuntu / Debian #637
    tom.i
    Participant

    So wifi works without problem as well? Or are there any issues with HW or SW?
    Because, I’m now on Ubuntu, and WIFI seems that doesn’t work properly, LAN connection has some small issue after boot, but I would like to use Armbian, but I don’t know, if all is working or not.

    in reply to: Boot without Kermit #575
    tom.i
    Participant

    Cool man, I’ll check it.

    I’ve tried to boot from Windows manchine and it works. I’m going to switch it back to Linux 😛

    in reply to: Boot without Kermit #534
    tom.i
    Participant

    No, I haven’t tried another PC, I just tried it at home. I can try it on Fedora22 (work PC), but I think that it isn’t problem of the PC.

    in reply to: Boot without Kermit #526
    tom.i
    Participant

    Can someone tell me, how can I boot over U-Boot from minicom?
    1. I did copy whole image of Archlinux to SD card as mentioned here: http://wiki.espressobin.net/tiki-index.php?page=Boot+from+removable+storage+-+ArchLinux
    2. Insert SD card to SD card slot.
    3. Plugin 12V
    4. Plugin USB to my PC (VoidLinux).
    5. There is some output from starting EspressoBin but I can’t write anything there:
    https://pastebin.com/2rYyChgi

    I’ve tried “Echo” function from MiniCom app, but it’s not possible to insert there normal text, I can delete whole output and if I write some comands after “Marvell>” there is no response.

    Can anyone help me please?

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