Started by jwischka, December 17, 2012, 06:36:15 AM
Quote from: mike1968 on January 13, 2013, 10:53:02 PMHello jwischka,Now with the new image my problem with wlan is now solved and vga is running.Thank you for your work.How could i change between vga and 7"lcd?Best regards michael
Quote from: jwischka on December 17, 2012, 06:36:15 AMThings I'd like to do:Figure out how to get more free memory. We have 512MB, why is only ~320MB showing up?
Quote from: jwischka on January 13, 2013, 11:23:13 PMQuote from: mike1968 on January 13, 2013, 10:53:02 PMHello jwischka,Now with the new image my problem with wlan is now solved and vga is running.Thank you for your work.How could i change between vga and 7"lcd?Best regards michaelYou'll need to copy a different script.bin file over to the first partition. It's a fairly simple process, if you have one that works. I think one should be in the wiki, or you can make your own.
Quote from: viniciusfre on January 13, 2013, 11:56:21 PMQuote from: jwischka on December 17, 2012, 06:36:15 AMThings I'd like to do:Figure out how to get more free memory. We have 512MB, why is only ~320MB showing up?A portion of the memory is reserved for the kernel and what remains is for user space.
Quote from: Ekkehard on January 17, 2013, 01:06:23 AMI just unpacked my A13-OLinuXino (w/o WiFi) for the first time an put on this new olinuxino_xfce-20130109.img using an 8 GB SD card. It booted out-of-the-box! Thanks jwischka!! Keyboard, mouse, and VGA worked just fine, in both the initial CLI and X. The only thing I could not get to work is the USB/Ethernet adapter. I uncommented the eth0 stanza in /etc/network/interface and even added an eth1 and eth2 stanza (I read on this forum that the default is eth2) - did not help. lsusb is not installed, so I can't check that, but every unplugging and plugging in of this Ethernet adapter is faithfully reported in syslog (as "new high speed USB device number xx using sw-ehci"). lsmod shows no kernel modules at all, just the heading, which I thought was odd, as I'm used to see a ton of modules there. ifconfig -a reports the loopback "lo" and a "tunl0" (which I have never seen before on my main system), but no eth0, eth1, or eth2.So surely, I am doing something wrong - but what???
Quote from: drspastic on January 17, 2013, 04:44:43 PMhi, and thanks for all the good work.may i request you post a .zip of the root filesystem (with any details of swap, other needed partitions.this will avoid the need to keep flashing cards with dd when the boot partition is already there.i am getting problems with flashing, maybe wear.thanks!
Quote from: maurosk on January 17, 2013, 05:29:37 PMHi Leo, thanks for hint, how i can add ASIX modules in jwischka kernel? Can you explain me how to recompile this kernel? What i need? Thanks in advance