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"Next X86" dev (Kernel/ Hardware/ Debian stretch/buster)

Postby profd » Sun Feb 17 2019 13:04

Device lattepanda
Please give me the link to test version.
And please add this option to kernel CONFIG_GPIO_SYSFS=y
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Postby gkkpch » Mon Feb 18 2019 19:38

profd wrote:Device lattepanda
Please give me the link to test version.
And please add this option to kernel CONFIG_GPIO_SYSFS=y


I've added CONFIG_GPIO_SYSFS and recompiled with kernel 4.19.23.
Note: I will not test this but hope for your feedback when released.

A link will be posted when I'm ready to do release a new image.
Because of current buster issues (we have dropped stretch) and other tasks with higher priorities, this may take a while.
Please bear with us.
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Postby profd » Fri Mar 01 2019 06:50

Any news about new image ?
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Postby supriyala » Fri Mar 01 2019 07:09

Excellent answer by swinokur. Thanks for such a good features. The answer was helpful for me. Thank you so much!
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Postby gkkpch » Fri Mar 01 2019 08:51

profd wrote:Any news about new image ?

Unfortunately not, our backlog is too big at the moment, I just did not find any time for it yet.
We got stuck with an issue building our initramfs (worked with jessie and stretch, but not on buster), this will need time.
To avoid false hopes, no date will be given, but we still believe to have the first beta’s out before the release of Debian buster.
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Postby uutelst » Thu Mar 07 2019 21:12

Hi All,

Bump into a known issue I think.
Prepared an Intel NUC6CAYH with ssd and 8 Gig RAM.
Flashed a 16GB usb stick with etcher and the newest img (volumio-2.555-2019-02-18-x86.img) and booted from zero.
Monitor wakes up and shows the Volumio screen.
Below the tekst:
Unable to resolve UUID= (an ip adress??)
Unable to resolve UUID=2727-B553
something about built in shell
h: can't access tty; job control turned off

Any thoughts?

Want to use a 1TB SSD to place all my music on and let everybody login this standalone Volumio version.

Thanks for your time!
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Postby gkkpch » Sat Mar 09 2019 10:26

try with the version from the first post in this thread.
It is very likely that your hardware is not supported by the „official“ released Volumio image.
This is why it is so important for us to get Debian buster and the new kernel working.
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Postby martinp » Mon Mar 18 2019 08:40

Link in first post is DEAD !!
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Postby Fidelity089 » Thu Mar 21 2019 12:11

VOLUMIO x86 (volumio-2.565-2019-03-12-x86.img) is extremly slow on ASRock J3455

Hi everybody,

finally I managed to install Volumio X86 on my system - but it is e x t r e m l y slow :-(
The GUI acts very slow and music is stuttering.

Volumio is installed on a SSD locally, all BIOS power settings up to FULL, connected with LAN.

Volumio needs up to 4 minutes to fully boot up :-(


Thats my system:

Motherboard: ASRock J3455-ITX
Processor: CPU Intel Celeron/Pentium 4x 2,24GHz
Cache-Speicher: 2 MB
RAM: 8 GB DDR3
Graphics-Controller: Intel HD Graphics 500
Audio Codec: Realtek ALC892
Compatibility: High-Definition-Audio, Premium Blu-ray-Audiounterstützung
LAN Controller: Realtek RTL8111GR
HDMI 2.0
no WLAN / WIFI

any help is appreciated
Thx you
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Postby gkkpch » Fri Mar 22 2019 09:55

martinp wrote:Link in first post is DEAD !!

Yes, the link is OK, but the file disappeared, weird....
I will check this.
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