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Debian Jessie Images (3.10.102 BSP Kernel) New Release
Greetings from FOSDEM. I updated the wiki with the alternative download mirror for Debian. Since Lenny is MIA, I strongly suggest using armbian's Debian instead.
 
Alternative mirror
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Is the Debian Jessie image development dead?
I like the OS, after doing an upgrade, the desktop is still slow.
Is there still active work being done on this or should I look at another OS?
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Lenny is too busy at the moment, but you can use Armbian images, they provide maintained Debian or Ubuntu images:

http://www.armbian.com/pine64/
Come have a chat in the Pine A64 IRC channel >>
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the speed of the desktop is more a function of the underlying hardware and the desktop manager software which lenny can not control. what desktop are you using? if mate it will be slower than xfce.
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(02-27-2017, 04:55 PM)dkryder Wrote: the speed of the desktop is more a function of the underlying hardware and the desktop manager software which lenny can not control. what desktop are you using? if mate it will be slower than xfce.

I believe I am using the mate desktop. Is there a significant performance improvement with xfce?
thank you.
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on my pine64 xfce is quicker however it does not provide the same features. just try it. i think it is a different image.

lenny has xfce as a different image. https://www.pine64.pro/downloads/#Debian-Linux
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Hello!

I would like to view multiple videos on the pine (A64A+ 2GB) computer with mplayer. After launching the second mplayer instance both videos start to flicker.

When using -vo x11 as output (instead of the default "-vo vdpau") the videos do not flicker, but playback is slow due to it being not accelerated by hardware.




Thank you in advance,
cserem
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for anyone still struggling with the teamviewer install, it's the package libxtst6:armhf you need to install before installing teamviewer .deb, the 64-bit version won't do it. My notes (for a debian system):

sudo dpkg --add-architecture armhf
sudo apt-get install libxtst6:armhf
sudo dpkg -i teamviewer-host_11.0.63329_armhf.deb
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