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#21
I've written a script to apply the patched ALSA config file which enables the speaker output. You can either download the script and run it on a machine offline (remembering to make the script executable in order to run it), or if you have internet access on your machine, download and run it directly:


Code:
sudo -i
bash <(curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pfeerick/pine64-scripts/master/pinebook/no-speaker-fix.sh)
#22
(04-28-2017, 02:56 AM)pfeerick Wrote: I've written a script to apply the patched ALSA config file which enables the speaker output. You can either download the script and run it on a machine offline (remembering to make the script executable in order to run it), or if you have internet access on your machine, download and run it directly:


Code:
sudo -i
bash <(curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pfeerick/pine64-scripts/master/pinebook/no-speaker-fix.sh)

Thanks! that said, sound has been fixed in the newest image.
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#23
(04-28-2017, 03:15 AM)Luke Wrote: Thanks! that said, sound has been fixed in the newest image.

But that isn't out yet, is it... so or was this (and other fixes) in the image released on the 25th? A changelog is really needed for the images in order to work why download a new one.
#24
(04-28-2017, 04:19 AM)pfeerick Wrote:
(04-28-2017, 03:15 AM)Luke Wrote: Thanks! that said, sound has been fixed in the newest image.

But that isn't out yet, is it... so or was this (and other fixes) in the image released on the 25th? A changelog is really needed for the images in order to work why download a new one.

worked for me with the latest image from the Pine Installer dated 25/04
Edit: ok, sounds gets reset after reboot even on the new image....
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#25
(04-28-2017, 04:39 AM)Luke Wrote:
(04-28-2017, 04:19 AM)pfeerick Wrote:
(04-28-2017, 03:15 AM)Luke Wrote: Thanks! that said, sound has been fixed in the newest image.

But that isn't out yet, is it... so or was this (and other fixes) in the image released on the 25th? A changelog is really needed for the images in order to work why download a new one.

worked for me with the latest image from the Pine Installer dated 25/04
Edit: ok, sounds gets reset after reboot even on the new image....

We found out it get reset if you performed suspend.
#26
lukasz: nothing has to be specially enabled, as it works out of box.
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#27
(04-30-2017, 08:17 PM)ayufan Wrote: lukasz: nothing has to be specially enabled, as it works out of box.

I guess you mean hall ? ok, fixed post Smile
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#28
The most recent kernel patch brings the hz refresh rate from 56hz to 63hz. 
While it doesn't have a 'real' impact on the PBs performance, it sure does 'feel' smoother. 
You can upgrade your current image using the available scripts like so 
Code:
sudo ./pine64_update_kernel.sh 0.5.5
sudo ./pine64_update_uboot.sh 0.5.5
sudo ./pine64_update_package.sh 0.5.5
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#29
(06-06-2017, 07:18 AM)Luke Wrote: The most recent kernel patch brings the hz refresh rate from 56hz to 63hz. 
While it doesn't have a 'real' impact on the PBs performance, it sure does 'feel' smoother. 
You can upgrade your current image using the available scripts like so 
Code:
sudo ./pine64_update_kernel.sh 0.5.5
sudo ./pine64_update_uboot.sh 0.5.5
sudo ./pine64_update_package.sh 0.5.5

I felt some flickering in PB11 and returned to 0.5.4
#30
(06-06-2017, 09:22 AM)Pirolocito Wrote:
(06-06-2017, 07:18 AM)Luke Wrote: The most recent kernel patch brings the hz refresh rate from 56hz to 63hz. 
While it doesn't have a 'real' impact on the PBs performance, it sure does 'feel' smoother. 
You can upgrade your current image using the available scripts like so 
Code:
sudo ./pine64_update_kernel.sh 0.5.5
sudo ./pine64_update_uboot.sh 0.5.5
sudo ./pine64_update_package.sh 0.5.5

I felt some flickering in PB11 and returned to 0.5.4

flickering ? I haven't experienced anything of the sort and I have been trying it out for the past few hours. Perhaps I missed something ? When does the screen flicker - generally when working in the desktop, when opening an application, when watching a movie in SMPlayer/ VLC, etc ? (I tried all the above, no flickering on my end).
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