(ARCHIVED) Debian Mate (3.10.102 BSP)
#11
(07-01-2016, 01:00 AM)lenny.raposo-pine64.pro Wrote: oh sorry I forgot to add the MD5 sum for the new image.
Here it is for 3.10.102 BSP
MD5 = 9e8695887cc97d62a0f70667f4fa81d3

For all those reading this the new download is located at https://www.pine64.pro/downloads/#Debian-Linux

Cheers mate!  Thanks for the quick response...   Big Grin

I'll give it a whirl on Saturday or Sunday!
#12
i'm not able to download image as google drive is blocked (any other source).
#13
No other source available at this time sorry Sad
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Cheers Big Grin
#14
(07-01-2016, 02:17 AM)pushpendrak Wrote: i'm not able to download image as google drive is blocked (any other source).

I'll have a mirror on Mega.nz here shortly, finishing my downloads now

Edit: Heres the link for Debian Base

Debianbase-30.0.102bsp
(2) Pine64+ (2gb) + Wifi/BT
Digital Signage Project
#15
(07-01-2016, 11:18 AM)lenny.raposo-pine64.pro Wrote: No other source available at this time sorry Sad

I will post over to Pine64 forum and also crate torrent seed on next week.
#16
Shame you didn't mention the MAC address is fudged and hard-coded on /boot/uEnv.txt file...


36:C9:E3:F1:B8:05

I've got two pine64+ - was trying to watch my router for a DHCP ack - couldn't see my 2nd Pine till I shut it down - updated the file with a different MAC address...

Why is this necessary?

Shouldn't we be relying on the actual "real" MAC address of the on-board NIC on 64+ models?

Also - I've tried HDMI out on 2 different monitors :

1680x1050 Dell

800x480 (noname brand)

I've edited the uEnv.txt file tried 1050p_60 on the Dell, and 480p_60 on the no-name brand - both over HDMI

Get nothing on either screen...

The Dell is capable of switching to 720p if necessary or requested...

Anyway - not too bothered about GUI - so I've stopped lightdm - "systemctl stop lightdm", "systemctl disable lightdm" - but there are still some X and lightdm processes...

Just rebooting after trying :
systemctl set-default multi-user.target

I also disabled bluetooth - because it was filling up dmesg with logs about bluetooth...


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