Started by jwischka, December 17, 2012, 06:36:15 AM
Quote from: buzibus on January 24, 2013, 03:07:27 AMoops I forgot about sudo before shutdown and su - Dohbut "sudo shutdown -r now" isn't causing a restart but a complete shutdownive gotten the keyboard set to my local def and now I've to get wpa2 working... now that sounds like its going to be a bigger challenge (upload to mega is still at 66% :| )thanks for your help jwischka
Quote from: vstef_is on January 24, 2013, 10:50:33 AMYup, I've got a Rev.C Board and it works great!Thank you very much! Wireless seems very stable (built in).One question - it seems to be missing sun4i_gpio? I've also got some troubles getting an USB webcam to work, but I haven't done much in this direction yet.
Quote from: drspastic on January 25, 2013, 02:03:41 AMits getting near to perfection. i stuck the .deb firmware on for my rt3070usb and internet is fast and stable.i really like this one!but where is the audio? i cant find any audio devices. pity because i intend using audio in/out for amateur radio as a data modem. i loaded fldigi which usually finds any audio device but it listed nothing.also, i wondered if you disabled the gpu, if so what do i need to do to get faster graphics. i so far only tested graphics on youtube in iceweasel and bzflags tank game and its very jumpy. i assume that when i get the audio up this will become an issue with the spectrum display and waterfall charts i need for the ham radio stuff. im assuming the gpu should deal with a lot of the fast fourier transforms.otherwise the v10 image is crisp and fast, the best yet by far. and thanks for the checksum, my first download was very corrupted.well its now 2am and time for bed. spent 4 hours seeing what goodies works from synaptic. chromium browser dont by the way but that sucks anyhow.its a buzz to see this board browsing the net properly. more power to you!
Quote from: buzibus on January 25, 2013, 03:19:38 AManyone else experiencing problems in xfce ?im connecting with VNC and in Wicd network manager it says: no networks foundif I try to start the browser I get "failed to execute default browser" and "input/output error"I've checked and the browser is "debian sensible" on default applicationsEDIT: got wireless to work in xfce...had to change interface to wlan2 (doh again)
Quote from: drspastic on January 25, 2013, 03:55:25 AMapt-get iceweasel
Quote from: drspastic on January 25, 2013, 02:30:19 AMi will have a poke about tomorrow just to see if i can rule out my usual stupidity. i just tried freetuxtv and the video quality was quite smooth and watchable. also the deinterlace settings worked (i assume this must mean the gpu works after all?) im not quite sure the appropriate commands to enquire yet as to the status of gpu and audio devs. thats tomorows lesson. i just looked through /dev and it does look rather empty regards sound stuff i expect to see.