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"Next X86" development (Kernel/ Hardware/ Debian stretch)

Postby profd » Thu Jan 24 2019 19:18

Sd card work.
1. Reboot machine and press the DEL key to enter UEFI Setup.
2. Select the Chipset tab and select the South Bridge option.
3. Select the LPSS & SCC Configuration option.
4. Select SCC SDIO Support and select PCI Mode form the SSC SDIO Support list.
5. Save Changes and Exit.

I do this and i see it if do df -h.
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Postby gkkpch » Thu Jan 24 2019 21:23

can you tell me wich previous version that was.
Perhaps I missed a wifi module while upgrading to 4.19.y
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Postby profd » Fri Jan 25 2019 07:36

Version 2.394 wifi work.
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"Next X86" development (Kernel/ Hardware/ Debian stretch)

Postby swinokur » Sat Jan 26 2019 06:15

Hello!

I've installed the alpha on my NUC7i5BNH https://ark.intel.com/products/95067/Intel-NUC-Kit-NUC7i5BNH

- Basic features seem to work fine (wifi, install plugins, play streaming music over HDMI from internet)
- I changed the .env and plugged in a USB stick, it showed in df -h.

- with HDMI audio playback, volume control appears to be non functional in "hardware" mixer mode. (Software mode seems fine.)

- Analog Audio out, "hardware" mixer, volume control works fine.





gkkpch wrote:OK, here is an alpha version to play with:
volumio-2.529-2019-01-14-x86

It is alpha because I have a request regarding the use of internal and external drives.
This version does not automount these drives yet (for indexing any music present).
I would like you to help us by testing this feature, to enable the automount handler, edit /volumio/.env and change NODE_MOUNT_HANDLER from 'false' to 'true'

Any feedback from this alpha version, especially the automount, is very very welcome!
This is the last step before a first beta can be released.
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Postby gkkpch » Sat Jan 26 2019 20:42

@profd: i will compare, thanks!
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Postby profd » Wed Jan 30 2019 16:26

Any news about betta ?
And wifi fix for lattepanda ?
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Postby gkkpch » Thu Jan 31 2019 22:27

No news yet, other than we still expect stretch as beta soon and expect it to be stable.
But, we will probably not release it, the reason is Debian buster.
Buster's final freeze is this month, expected to be released within the next 3-4 months.
Investing too much in stretch just does not make sense anymore, using it as a step towards buster does.
During the stretch beta, we will replace it with a buster alpha at a later stage.
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Postby gkkpch » Sat Feb 02 2019 12:55

profd wrote:Version 2.394 wifi work.


Yes the selection was missing, RTL8723BS support will return in the next version.
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Postby profd » Sun Feb 17 2019 11:27

It is posible build version - support emmc boot an wifi RTL8723BS ?
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Postby gkkpch » Sun Feb 17 2019 12:31

yes, you will be able to boot from hdd/sdd, usb, emmc and nvme devices.
SD is also enabled, but I honestly don’t know whether there are x86 devices which allow you booting from it. Reading/ writing is fine.
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