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Official Images from OLIMEX


A13-OLinuXino-MICRO Debian 4GB SD-card image release-2 with:

  • Linux Kernel 3.0.52+
  • NO X just console
  • Mplayer CLI
  • GCC 4.6
  • LCD but no touchscreen support
  • GPIO
  • I2C
  • SPI
  • USB WIFI RTL8188CU, Ethernet AX88772B
  • Audio
  • apache2
  • dpkg
  • git
  • i2c-tools
  • perl
  • Python 2.7.3
  • PyA13 python module with GPIO,I2C,SPI support
  • Default Login: root/passowrd

Note: the A13-OLinuXino-MICRO-SD card which we have on our webshop contain same image on 4GB Class10 fast micro sd-card, if you want to use this image please use Class10 fast card or the performance of Linux will slow down


A13-OLinuXino-MICRO have only 256MB of RAM, Android 4.x require at least 512MB to run well, running obsolete Android would be possible but with no video acceleration as only MALI require around 200MB, so forget for Android on this board :)

Changing A13-OLinuxino-MICRO screen resolution

The default Debian SD card setup is made with settings for VGA 800x600. If you want to switch resolutions between VGA (800x600) and LCD (4.3'' or 7'' or 10.1'', respectively with native screen resolutions of 480x242, 800x480 and 1024x600) then you have to replace the existing script.bin file from the first SD card partition (note that this partition is FAT - so you can replace the file under Windows or Linux) with the script.bin file from script_GPIO_VGA_xxx directory (with the desired VGA resolution mode) or from script_GPIO_LCD_xxx directory (with the desired LCD resolution mode).

The archive of scripts might be download from here: all available screen resolution scripts for A13-MICRO

Note that these A13-MICRO scripts are not compatible with the A13 boards. Please check the A13 wiki article for such scripts.

For Android you need a new image created with the proper settings.

Kernel 3.4.x compile

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