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So, now the user must turn-up and turn-down the speed manually ?

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The frequency scales automatically. Just all cores stay on, since there is no point in turning them off.
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(06-12-2019, 03:31 PM)pbut5 Wrote: I'm not sure what the power draw on my card is.

Hi, pbut5.
I don't send message for you.

How are you install tvheadend in debian/ubuntu?
I buy rockpro64 for LibreELEC. I have two cards pci-e:
Technisat TT-budjet S2-4200 Twin
Technisat skystar 2 express hd

But they don't work, but i don't see in OS ("$ lspci" - not information). And ubuntu bionic also don't see in OS. Why i don't see my cards in OS?
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(02-19-2020, 08:16 AM)blackride Wrote:
(06-12-2019, 03:31 PM)pbut5 Wrote: I'm not sure what the power draw on my card is.

Hi, pbut5.
I don't send message for you.

How are you install tvheadend in debian/ubuntu?
I buy rockpro64 for LibreELEC. I have two cards pci-e:
Technisat TT-budjet S2-4200 Twin
Technisat skystar 2 express hd

But they don't work, but i don't see in OS ("$ lspci" - not information). And ubuntu bionic also don't see in OS. Why i don't see my cards in OS?

I never got the rockpro to be stable enough for use.

I decided to abandon the rock pro and have left it gathering dust as that's all it's really good for. Without functional pcie it is completely unusable / unstable with anything other than a sata card.

To get my tuners to even show up I had to compile my own custom kernel from mrfixit's source code with the dvb modules enabled. And half of the time they were completely broken and wouldn't even compile.
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Has anyone had any luck with getting the sensors to scan, in order to see the CPU temp? Mine hangs - I must power off. The box gets pretty hot after a couple of hours of watching video. I'd like to see the CPU temperature.

Also, BT identifies my three devices, but can never connect with any of them (speaker, headphone, keyboard). What do I need to do?

There are always more questions, but most have nothing to do with the RockPro64. This thread needed a bump.
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(09-16-2020, 10:41 PM)WarpLover Wrote: Has anyone had any luck with getting the sensors to scan, in order to see the CPU temp? Mine hangs - I must power off. The box gets pretty hot after a couple of hours of watching video. I'd like to see the CPU temperature.

This works for me:

cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone?/temp

That yields two values, both of which look like millidegrees celsius. I'm not sure where on the board the sensors are located.
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(10-04-2020, 03:39 PM)foresto Wrote:
(09-16-2020, 10:41 PM)WarpLover Wrote: Has anyone had any luck with getting the sensors to scan, in order to see the CPU temp? Mine hangs - I must power off. The box gets pretty hot after a couple of hours of watching video. I'd like to see the CPU temperature.

This works for me:

cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone?/temp

That yields two values, both of which look like millidegrees celsius. I'm not sure where on the board the sensors are located.

you can eventually monitor performance (and temperature) with :
sudo /usr/local/sbin/armbianmonitor -m
even if it is not armbian
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Any chance of updating this for Debian 11 Bullseye, now in Testing (aka, every other distro's definition of "stable/LTS")
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