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Q4OS for PINEBOOK
#11
(05-07-2017, 09:13 PM)mtk Wrote: If you run pine64_update_uboot.sh and restart it will not start.
The power LED blinks.
Thanks for reporting. This issue will be fixed in the next 1802 release in a few days.
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#12
New Q4OS for PB release "1802" is available for download from here:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/q4os/files/testing/

Fixes included:
- Audio now works out of the box.
- WakeUp and sleep functions work correctly.
- /usr/local/sbin/pine64_update_uboot.sh and other pine64 scripts should now work correctly.
- System is completely updated.
- Other minor fixes ..

Most important issues to fix now:
- Battery indicator is confused sometimes.
- Add bluetooth applet
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#13
q4osteam, Thanks for the 1802 Pinebook build.

Side Note: You will be prompt to confirm to overwrite your eMMC when you boot from your MicroSD Card. Only CAPITAL 'N' will not overwrite your eMMC, other keys and even small letter 'n' will overwrite your eMMC.
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#14
Just another Q4OS for PB update, version "1803" stable, is available for download from here:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/q4os/files/stable/

Fixes included:
- Battery indicator shows correct values.
- Blueman bluetooth applet is now included in the Q4OS software center.
- "Full desktop profile" added into the native Q4OS Desktop profiler utility
- Another minor fixes.

This "1803" version is finally approved as a STABLE release.
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#15
Thanks q4osteam for releasing Q4OS 1803 image.  I have also released it on PINE64 Installer.

Anyway, I was trying to setup wireless connection on my Pinebook 11", I noticed that when I click on the network icon at the bottom right, it took around 10 seconds to pop up the small network setting panel at the bottom right, is there any way for you to speed it up to improve its usability? Thanks.

I noticed that there are 2 wireless interfaces, you may want to hide the p2p0.
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#16
New Q4OS for PB update, version "1804" stable, is available for download from here:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/q4os/files/stable/

Fixes included:
- Improved speed of click action on the tdenetwork-manager systray applet
- Tdepowersave - battery indicator - tune charge/discharge time
- First user 'debian' replaced with 'adminq', password 'a'
- Uses Ayufan's brand new '3.10.105-bsp-1.2-ayufan-59' kernel
- Other small improvements

!!! New initial credentials:
login: adminq
pass: a
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#17
Next Q4OS build "1805" has been released, download it here:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/q4os/files/stable/

Fixes included:
- Fixed occasional issues in Alsa and audio system
- Pulseaudio is now installed by default
- Firefox installer from software center provides Firefox-ESR 52.x instead of 45.x version
- Initial credentials updated, see below
- Other small improvements

!!! New initial credentials:
login: adminq
pass: adminq
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#18
Thanks for the update, checking it out now on a 14inch PB...
Come have a chat in the Pine A64 IRC channel >>
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#19
@xalius
Thanks, any feedback is appreciated.
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#20
Some quick feedback
- thank you for the warning about flashing to eMMC. I managed to get the OS image off the installer without issues, but an image for SD cards would be appreciated.
- I still have two WiFi networks listed
- I didn't manage to connect to my Wifi - the network manager kept crashing
- The inbuilt KDE browser didn't work well for me - kept complaining about all sorts of stuff when visiting pages. Firefox worked well however.
- Headphones (earphone jack) didn't work for me - is UART enabled ?
- At first my battery applet didn't react to battery drainage (started at 89% when I booted but it reported 100%) - it started working after a reboot

General observations:
-Nice boot experience
-Very snappy (even running off of a random slow SD card I had lying around)
-Intuitive UI
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