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Q4OS for PINEBOOK - q4osteam - 05-05-2017

Q4OS builds for Pinebook 1080p and Pinebook legacy are available:

Download: https://www.q4os.org/downloads1.html#downloads_spechw
Setup guide: https://q4os.org/dqa013.html

Description: This is a Q4OS build with Desktop Environment based on Debian stable.

Instructions:  Once flashing completed, insert the micro-sd card into the Pinebook, power on and enjoy Q4OS. Optional installation to internal eMMC is available, just click to a desktop icon and follow instructions.

Initial credentials:
 Username: adminq
 Password: adminq


RE: Q4OS for PINEBOOK - Luke - 05-05-2017

Very cool. Will give it a spin today. Ayufan fixed those things in ubuntu, perhaps join the IRC for a chat and take a look in his git Smile

Edit: the download link goes to a x86 iso.


RE: Q4OS for PINEBOOK - q4osteam - 05-05-2017

(05-05-2017, 05:23 AM)Luke Wrote: ... the download link goes to a x86 iso.

Download link above should open a folder with multiple downloads, just pick the "q4os-pinebook-1801.zip" file, or follow direct link https://sourceforge.net/projects/q4os/files/testing/q4os-pinebook-1801.zip/download


RE: Q4OS for PINEBOOK - Prophesi - 05-05-2017

Awesome! I'll definitely give this a spin once my new SD cards come in. I wanted to test out Q4OS on my regular Pine64 SoC's, but my current monitor has display issues.

(05-05-2017, 05:23 AM)Luke Wrote: Very cool. Will give it a spin today. Ayufan fixed those things in ubuntu, perhaps join the IRC for a chat and take a look in his git Smile

Edit: the download link goes to a x86 iso.
Yeah, Ayufan has been an absolute mad scientist these past few days. +1 to joining the IRC!


RE: Q4OS for PINEBOOK - xalius - 05-05-2017

I need more sdcards... any chance we can get Q4OS into the upstream process?


RE: Q4OS for PINEBOOK - mtk - 05-07-2017

Hello.
I tried Q4OS.
If you run pine64_update_uboot.sh and restart it will not start.
The power LED blinks.


RE: Q4OS for PINEBOOK - longsleep - 05-08-2017

(05-07-2017, 09:13 PM)mtk Wrote: Hello.
I tried Q4OS.
If you run pine64_update_uboot.sh and restart it will not start.
The power LED blinks.

That script learned to detect the Pinebook in https://github.com/longsleep/build-pine64-image/commit/39fc3981e6938a8bac15a1244d202549d6dd85ab - if you run an older version on a Pinebook, the Booloader for the Pine64 will be written and the Pinebook will not boot.


RE: Q4OS for PINEBOOK - pineadmin - 05-08-2017

Hi q4osteam, Thanks for your pinebook image, I am able to boot it up on my Pinebook 14".

I notice that you put this image under testing, is it still under testing? or we can release it for general public usage?


RE: Q4OS for PINEBOOK - q4osteam - 05-08-2017

(05-08-2017, 04:12 AM)pineadmin Wrote: I notice that you put this image under testing, is it still under testing? or we can release it for general public usage?
Hi, this image is quite stable and usable in general, but should be still considered as testing. It needs some more tuning to support PB hardware, especially power management and audio device. We want to release new Q4OS 1802 PB version asap.


RE: Q4OS for PINEBOOK - pineadmin - 05-08-2017

(05-08-2017, 07:05 AM)q4osteam Wrote: Hi, this image is quite stable and usable in general, but should be still considered as testing. It needs some more tuning to support PB hardware, especially power management and audio device. We want to release new Q4OS 1802 PB version asap.

If you need to add a yes/no confirmation prompt before flashing to the eMMC, you can edit the /home/ubuntu/.bashrc script.