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RE: 0.7.9 Linux release from ayufan - ab1jx - 08-05-2018

Oh, Ubuntu. In Debian I can't even find out what libglvnd-dev is. But I just built Firefox 61 which uses GTK 3 (dev).


RE: 0.7.9 Linux release from ayufan - nislaco23 - 08-06-2018

This is the information I have for the package:

Package: libglvnd-dev (1.0.0+git20180308-3)

Vendor neutral GL dispatch library -- development files

This is an implementation of the vendor-neutral dispatch layer for arbitrating OpenGL API calls between multiple vendors on a per-screen basis.
Thanks for the tip I will try out the debian images after work today.

Also does the onboard sound work out of the box for others using Ubuntu and or Debian?


RE: 0.7.9 Linux release from ayufan - ab1jx - 08-06-2018

(08-05-2018, 02:37 PM)ab1jx Wrote: Also does the onboard sound work out of the box for others using Ubuntu and or Debian?

Sound I'd like to find out about.  I can't make my HDMI sound work but I didn't try very hard.  https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=6308&pid=39414#pid39414 I have a good USB sound card I can use, didn't worry about it..

"onboard"?  what's that?  The choices I saw were HDMI, I2C, SPDIF.  Onboard sound on a Raspberry Pi is done with PWM, that could maybe be done here using GPIO pins.  I don't know what's fed to the A/V jack.

Rock64pro HDMI sound works I hear.

Try "alsactl init" then "aplay -l" on a command line.


RE: 0.7.9 Linux release from ayufan - nislaco23 - 08-06-2018

Hello,

I have been trying to get sound out of the headphone jack but selecting this does not produce sound when playing music or videos, but a USB soundcard works well.


RE: 0.7.9 Linux release from ayufan - ab1jx - 08-06-2018

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The schematic page 17 shows this audio circuitry but I don't know how you access it from software.


RE: 0.7.9 Linux release from ayufan - dukla2000 - 08-06-2018

(08-06-2018, 10:24 AM)nislaco23 Wrote: I have been trying to get sound out of the headphone jack but selecting this does not produce sound when playing music or videos, but a USB soundcard works well.
I have not been able to get anything out of the headphone jack, but have no issues through HDMI. (My sound demands are Noddy - if I can hear an mp3 play I am happy!)


RE: 0.7.9 Linux release from ayufan - lucho - 08-07-2018

There is sound here (Vestel 22L1333G TV/monitor, LXDE image), but it plays back several times faster than it should, i.e. at a much higher sample rate. (The www.audiocheck.net site contains a lot of interesting sounds that I used to test this.)


RE: 0.7.9 Linux release from ayufan - dukla2000 - 08-07-2018

(08-07-2018, 03:41 AM)lucho Wrote: There is sound here (Vestel 22L1333G TV/monitor, LXDE image), but it plays back several times faster than it should, i.e. at a much higher sample rate. (The www.audiocheck.net site contains a lot of interesting sounds that I used to test this.)
This is a known issue with pulseaudio with the 4.4.132-1075 kernel that is default in the 0.7.9 Ayufan release.

You can check your kernel version with
uname -a

You can upgrade your kernel with
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install linux-image-4.4.132-1083-rockchip-ayufan-gfd3f12ca5fae
and reboot


RE: 0.7.9 Linux release from ayufan - ameridroid - 08-07-2018

I've installed Bionic LXDE, but I'm not having any success getting it to autologin. Any suggestions?


Code:
sudo vi /etc/lightdm/lightdm-gtk-greeter.conf.d/lightdm.conf


Added the following lines:


Code:
[SeatDefaults]
greeter-session=lightdm-greeter
greeter-hide-users=true
session-wrapper=/etc/X11/Xsession
autologin-user=rock64


Upon reboot, it still requests login. I've tried several different variations of the above file. I've also tried moving lightdm.conf directly into the /etc/lightdm folder.

I'm thinking that lightdm isn't looking in this directory (or perhaps it isn't functioning properly) because the desktop background specified in the same folder in 99_xxx_rock64.conf isn't loading either.


RE: 0.7.9 Linux release from ayufan - ab1jx - 08-07-2018


If I do cat /proc/asound/cards I see:
Code:
 0 [HDMI           ]: HDMI - HDMI
                      HDMI
 1 [I2S            ]: I2S - I2S
                      I2S
 2 [SPDIF          ]: SPDIF - SPDIF
                      SPDIF

I'm guessing the AV jack is on the I2S because the other two are digital output.  And maybe the amp/driver chip is connected to the I2S bus.  Haven't tried it.

If I type alsamixergui on a command line I see this message to its stderr: "No mixer elems found".

I can do ls /dev/snd and see stuff in there, but there's no /dev/dsp

I'm trying to get HDMI sound working, at this point about the same troubleshooting steps.  This could all be missing drivers.  Audacity shows these device choices:
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