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https://github.com/pcm720/u-boot-build-scripts/releases/tag/v2020.07-1 https://pastebin.com/wniNLsqb   I have 2 main issues with armbian on the pbp: waking from suspend gives a black screen, need to force down the machine and restart, and no sound. When you speak about opening a terminal window,  do you mean on the desktop? Link to post Interesting that you say you are running 'groovy' - presumably that is now an option in the armbian build system? I'm so used to headless Armbian boards that setting up keyboard and localisation is almost automatic to me - but can I get the PBPro keyboard to generate a 'pound' (GBP, '£') in a terminal window- no I cant!! I did a console rather than a desktop build so I could play with installing a different desktop. Not sure if there are some additional patches I need for these issues? Posted September 23, 2020 lanefu Register yourself now and be a part of our community! Edit, 2020-07-21: I’ve noted a tendency where Pinebook Pro boots to the SD card about 30% of the time and written about it in the Pine64 forum. Link to post This is an image creator and Debian installer that runs from an existing Linux OS and installs Debian Bullseye Installer can configure an encrypted rootfs and provides a choice of desktops, including the default Debian desktop based on Gnome 3 Pine64 is promoting open hardware. Thanks again for the attention to the pbp, I think it is strategically important for a good Armbian port for it as, in my opinion, it is the best Ubuntu base option around. ROC-RK3399-PC (Renegade Elite) By denni_isl, 1 hour ago; Other supported boards. I tried some with alsamixer but haven't succeeded on getting anything out of the speakers or headphone jack. PINE64 › Pinebook Pro. So I am happy staying at this 4.4 kernel as everything seems quite usable. XDBLAYOUT="gb" one boot(early) needed a vt, black screen and Quote In June, PINE64 reached out to see if elementary would be interested in experimenting with elementary OS on Pinebook Pro.We’d been loosely following PINE64 and the progress of Pinebook Pro, but hadn’t gotten our hands on one—so we expressed our interest. I have noticed that with the adaptor plugged in Wifi becomes erratic/fails. Any tips you could give on how to confirm if wifi is working as it should or not? Well it works like a dream and I am just sooo impressed by all the work that has clearly been done - audio works fine, armbian-config had me set up booting from emmc with my rootfs on nvme SSD in no time at all. It is using u-boot 20.07,  and a reasonably recent atf. Meaning it’s 64-bit kernel and userspace. Share on other sites 5 hours ago, belfastraven said: 14″ PINEBOOK Pro LINUX LAPTOP (ANSI, US Keyboard) [Out Of Stock] $ 199.99 Read more 14″ PINEBOOK Pro LINUX LAPTOP (ISO, UK Keyboard) [Out Of Stock] $ 199.99 Read more I may give that a go - I have a build environment set up in a VM (somewhere! Pinebook Pro will not sleep with lid closed. belfastraven   I get the pound sign at shift-3. Share on other sites From my initial look,  it seems like many desktops  including gnome, kde, cinnamon, lxde xfce and various others are being thought about for inclusion. https://pastebin.com/wniNLsqb, Anyway I've spent about all the time I can spend on PBP for next week or 2. lanefu The mechanisms are different. The bsp uboots gave 'hard locks' (mrfix, pcm), now using samueldr, 1 in 5 boots   Quote; Link to post Share on other sites. 435: 2,779: USB dock - ethernet acces... 01-30-2021, 05:55 PM, Regula: ... Bonne année! First a couple of facts: Manjaro ARM is an aarch64 only distribution. I installed an armbian uboot myself on  on SPI flash ,,  but I can see that armbian-config is being enabled to do that, too. lanefu My pbp is a bit unusual, emmc uboot area blanked, so forced to use SD uboot I'm so used to headless Armbian boards that setting up keyboard and localisation is almost automatic to me - but can I get the PBPro keyboard to generate a 'pound' (GBP, '£') in a terminal window- no I cant!! whats this! 2 A problem with the positioning of the lid magnet has been identified by several forum users in mid-2020 models of the Pinebook Pro. Quote 2134 I’m sure many of you will be happy to hear that the next round of Pinebook Pro pre-orders have now opened. If you build a console image can you then install a choice of desktops from armbian-config or do you have to do it all manually? Maybe you should try kodi on the default installation. LibreElec should be able to make a pinebookpro image with kernel 5.7. TonyMac32 0 wdtz You can of course try to install any 3rd party desktop - some will fire up nicely, some will not work without additional tweaking. For the  CNTL-ALT-F(some-number) ,  if I set  the /etc/default/keyboard file so that  259 Gentoo Script for Pinebook Pro. Posted October 7, 2020 1 hour ago, lanefu said: But I have not found how to resume armbian, so no idea how well it does Yeah - I'll look at this again when I get chance but it's not a big issue for me now - I don't often need to type '£' in a text console :-) So it looks like I had some corruption in the keyboard settings file - and as I remember I did have the system shut down on me (flat battery) half-way through some configuration :-).   Is it possible for someone more up on the build system to take a look? I have 2 main issues with armbian on the pbp: waking from suspend gives a black screen, need to force down the machine and restart, and no sound. Not sure if others are running the newer 5.8.6 or not and if they have any of the above issues with it?  I am booting the NVME from SPI flash. Pinebook Pro review—a $200 FOSS-to-the-hilt magnesium-chassis laptop The tinker-friendly gadget shows a lot of promise, despite COVID-19 QA issues. XDBVARIANT="intl" https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=10694&page=6 ,, post 58 & on   Your previous content has been restored. How does it run on the PBP? Link to post You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Share on other sites Share Hmmm  if your Ctrl-Alt-F2 prints a #,  I believe it is somehow using the us (or perhaps ANSI) keyboard layout. On first boot, it will ask for certain information such as your timezone location, keyboard layout, username, password, and hostname. Congratulations on your new Pinebook Pro with Manjaro ARM KDE Plasma. @wdtz have you tried any of the nightly armbian images? belfastraven Pinebook pro ARM linux laptop (Sawtelle) $180 Pinebook Pro Manjaro KDE 64G EMMC with M2 NVME adapter + 2 Chargers (Flushing) $250 JLA FORUMS - Menu Close Posted September 25, 2020 Display as a link instead, × As a long-time user of various flavours of Armbian on headless sytems (OrangePi, NanoPi ...) I couldn't resist installing it on my new Pinebook Pro. Quote Posted September 23, 2020 I have done a dev build,  which builds kernel 5.9(.1 right now)  . https://armbian.atlassian.net/browse/AR-442. @jock Thanks for your comments. This is Pine64's follow up to the original Pinebook which was released in November of 2016. latest keyboard updater  with instructions for debian and arch.. The PINEBOOK is an 11.6″ notebook powered by the same Quad-Core ARM Cortex A53 64-Bit Processor used in our popular PINE A64 Single Board Computer. WZ9V, https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=10694&page=6 ,, post 58 & on, Oddly I had a great deal of trouble getting anything but black screen, probably booted 'cause capslock toggle worked (leds), The bsp uboots gave 'hard locks' (mrfix, pcm), now using samueldr, 1 in 5 boots, My pbp is a bit unusual, emmc uboot area blanked, so forced to use SD uboot, If sleep to mem works, doesn't matter if SD is slow, resume to desktop is 10-12 s, another 10 for wifi, But I have not found how to resume armbian, so no idea how well it does. If I can boot from SPI to NVME I can then use the EMMC for something else :-) I expect first beta versions to be around in 1-2 months. See here for the source   https://github.com/pcm720/u-boot-build-scripts. The Pinebook Pro is meant to deliver solid day-to-day Linux or *BSD experience and to be a compelling alternative to mid-ranged Chromebooks that people convert into Linux laptops. Groovy runs very well so far for me. A Chromium OS and Android 7.1 image were also available. I'm guessing as the RockPro64 image is available it wouldn't take much to adapt that to the PBP? Share on other sites lanefu Share on other sites Share Since it has been booting without problem I expect first beta versions to be around in 1-2 months. Posted September 24, 2020 That is what all of my other keyboards show  by default--the PBP is my only ISO keyboard device. really cool though The mechanisms are different. 0 Did create a task for it tho. I get the pound sign at shift-3. I rebooted, ran armbian-config and re-entered all of my usual settings, rebooted again and it's now behaving (well - sort of!). I did a console rather than a desktop build so I could play with installing a different desktop. I have yet to try a 3.3v TTL adaptor but without the Pine64 USB -> headphone adaptor the system is quite stable.   Pasted as rich text. lanefu This version costs $199 plus shipping. 9 hours ago, belfastraven said: Both seem to now be resolved on Manjaro, but a few months ago suspend wasn't working there.... so maybe things will trickle into Armbian. Pinebook Pro Review Thursday, November 21st, 2019 at 2:00 PM by chzbacon lxde android kali chromium chrome arm xfce kde mate manjaro ubuntu debian pinebook pro pine64 The Pinebook Pro is an ARM powered laptop created by Pine Microsystems, Inc.. Ordering From my initial look,  it seems like many desktops  including gnome, kde, cinnamon, lxde xfce and various others are being thought about for inclusion. An open source 64-Bit Arm Chromebook alternative for work, school and play. I am rather confused about  in which confs/patch directories I need to make the changes for current and dev builds. Share on other sites If sleep to mem works, doesn't matter if SD is slow, resume to desktop is 10-12 s, another 10 for wifi Oddly I had a great deal of trouble getting anything but black screen, probably booted 'cause capslock toggle worked (leds)   Posted October 21, 2020 Obviously,  this is not released yet...    2 General chit chat. 3 But has a much better processor, more memory and all around decent specs. With RockPro64 image you will be able to boot but without the LCD screen working as lcd driver is needed in the kernel. Link to post I am booting the NVME from SPI flash. Share When you speak about opening a terminal window,  do you mean on the desktop? Hmmm  if your Ctrl-Alt-F2 prints a #,  I believe it is somehow using the us (or perhaps ANSI) keyboard layout. As a long-time user of various flavours of Armbian on headless sytems (OrangePi, NanoPi ...) I couldn't resist installing it on my new Pinebook Pro. UPDATE: I used armbian-config to switch to the most recent 4.4 legacy kernel and all issues seem resolved: wake from suspend works (red led comes on when suspended), sound works, and video acceleration in youtube works (previously was very "stuttery" but now seems smooth). My /etc/default/keyboard now looks like yours and a terminal window opened on the desktop now behaves correctly. Dit is een laptop met 14"-scherm die een Rockchip RK3399-processor bevat en Debian-Linux met de MATE-desktopomgeving draait.     lanefu Right now,  I am running without sound,  since I have the UART switch flipped,  and am very much "over"  removing 10 tiny screws every time I want to open the back. also patching the keyboard/mouse firmware is a good idea nice....  i dunno the debian way, but I just booted manjaro on sd.. and did pacman -Sy pinebook-pro-keyboard-updater Link to post really cool though. UK (ISO) Keyboard problem - terminal won't display a 'pound' oddly, caps,num were not active so I didn't think it had booted, well, give it a try,, whoa!! From my initial look,  it seems like many desktops  including gnome, kde, cinnamon, lxde xfce and various others are being thought about for inclusion. just FYI I am using groovy with a cinnamon desktop,  I have an ISO keyboard,  and I can indeed display the GBP. Share on other sites On 10/22/2020 at 1:54 PM, GeorgeP said: This is a script that prepares a Gentoo arm64 stage 3 tarball for the Pinebook Pro The script takes care of device specifics like an optimized make.conf, an overlay that provides kernel and firmware amongst others, and other miscellaneous fixes; The usual tarball setup as per Gentoo Handbook is left to the user. Upload or insert images from URL. I'm certainly not an expert on any of this. Thanks for all your input :-) wavemon? Also,  I have been running the pcm720  u-boot  that @lanefu  mentioned  since the end of July,  since it allows me to boot my nvme. 535 Posted September 24, 2020 Posted October 21, 2020 I have done a dev build,  which builds kernel 5.9(.1 right now)  . Posted October 7, 2020 Did create a task for it tho. Posted October 21, 2020 Link to post Other applications (Firefox, LibreOffice ...) will display the £ just fine. If I can boot from SPI to NVME I can then use the EMMC for something else :-). Share on other sites Link to post 7 A few odd boot problems as well. Posted October 24, 2020 @wdtz have you tried any of the nightly armbian images? Here’s a couple of tips and tricks which could be useful for you and your experience with the Pinebook Pro. 0 Maybe someone can pick up on the uboot stuff, I installed this u-boot ontop of my already running armbian eMMC install and boot time improved dramatically... and it will boot from sdcard if one is inserted Share I have not tried kodi with samba, I am still waiting for my new NAS drive to arrive been in shipping since almost 3 months now. We will officially focus on two, one lightweight (XFCE) and one modern. https://armbian.atlassian.net/browse/AR-442 I just started to try to play a bit with desktop (as opposed to master) branch of the github. I briefly tried the KODI app in the Manjaro Arm repo and it runs but I can't seem to get access to my media files via samba on it to check out how playback is. BSD on Pinebook Pro. 7 Posted October 21, 2020 Pinebook Pro will not sleep with lid closed. Not sure if there are some additional patches I need for these issues? 0 S3 on manjaro, elementary, fedora,, sleep is 7%/d, fast  too,, The Pinebook is an open-source project (hardware and software are open-source) that aims to build usable laptops at the lowest possible price. I can tell you something about my experiance in buying and using one. Sync I love sync software. Well it works like a dream and I am just sooo impressed by all the work that has clearly been done - audio works fine, armbian-config had me set up booting from emmc with my rootfs on nvme SSD in no time at all. Groovy runs very well so far for me. If I open a console terminal (Ctrl-Alt-F2 say) then shift-3 still does something weird - it appears like it prints a hash and then a CR - but for now that's not an issue I can afford time to look at. 259 Pinebook Pro's only support 3.3v and may act eratically when using higher voltage. Share on other sites Link to post Posted October 21, 2020 7 Share Quote Quote . belfastraven For me, I wanted to thank you for linking the u-boot updates, they have booting from sdcard working again (like you I am booting Manjaro from SD for some comparisons). Pine64. Here’s why he replaced its Chromium 72 browser with Vivaldi right away. Share 2 hours ago, belfastraven said: Posted September 25, 2020 This forum post with photos shows how it can be done. Posted October 23, 2020 Share It’s lovely to look at and there’s zero flex when moving it around. or do you mean opening a terminal console with  CNTL-ALT-F(some-number). Your browser has JavaScript disabled. Posted October 10, 2020 oddly, caps,num were not active so I didn't think it had booted, well, give it a try,, whoa!! Someone on the Pine64 forum just posted that he had been able to use a spare internal uart and a micro usb-uart adapter to bring  uart out without using the switch. Things are still in pretty rough state which is why we, in this stage, welcome only developers, that doesn't asks user level questions  Chat about development is happening on IRC, #armbian-devel. 0 0 Link to post Thank you for your interest in preordering a Pinebook Pro. Share on other sites 259 0 TonyMac32 I did a console rather than a desktop build so I could play with installing a different desktop.   Link to post I've set everything up as I think it should be - and every other key on the (ISO) keyboard is correct - but open a terminal window and shift-3 (which should be '£') displays nothing at all. PINE64 › Pinebook Pro › BSD on Pinebook Pro. Can confirm display port working in USB-C, don't try hotplugging too many times it will give up eventually until reboot. so makes running off SD feasible (if you're not a reboot addict) Link to post Perhaps another one, depends on the maintaining complexity. Posted September 25, 2020 I installed an armbian uboot myself on  on SPI flash ,,  but I can see that armbian-config is being enabled to do that, too. Both capable of running aarch32. Posted September 25, 2020 Anything besides sleep.conf? By Quote This is isn’t about ARM SoCs per say but… I just want to know is know from those who own a Pinebook Pro is do they consider this Notebook worth the trouble getting one vs a x86-64 Notebook that is Priced at $200? Share on other sites Is it possible for someone more up on the build system to take a look? For the  CNTL-ALT-F(some-number) ,  if I set  the /etc/default/keyboard file so that. Share on other sites The second laptop is the Pinebook Pro for $199 from 2019. Share When I received the Pinebook Pro, the only other available Linux distribution were two custom Ubuntu 18 images. ;-) ) 3 7 0 A problem with the positioning of the lid magnet has been identified by several forum users in mid-2020 models of the Pinebook Pro. Share In contrast to most mid-ranged Chromebooks however, the Pinebook Pro comes with an IPS 1080p 14″ LCD panel, a premium magnesium alloy shell, 64/128GB of eMMC storage* (more on this later – see asterisk below), a 10,000 mAh capacity battery and the modularity / hackability that only an open source project can deliver – such as the unpopulated PCIe m.2 NVMe slot … Currently there are three people working something around and with some help, this time can be shrinked down. Quote That is what all of my other keyboards show  by default--the PBP is my only ISO keyboard device. Current maintaing crew certainly have no resources to maintain them all. Maybe someone can pick up on the uboot stuff 15 hours ago, belfastraven said: 2 For those who pay attention to the up and coming "Cheap ARM laptop" space, you might be familiar with the PineBook Pro. Share A Powerful, Metal and Open Source ARM 64-Bit Laptop for Work, School or Fun. Link to post At this time, if you wish to preorder, you can now do so directly via the PINE64 store. I've set everything up as I think it should be - and every other key on the (ISO) keyboard is correct - but open a terminal window and shift-3 (which should be '£') displays nothing at all. rik-shaw Link to post Don’t have an account yet? ;-) ). 0 link jira task chwe 363 ... People have been noting the initial dimness on the Manjaro arm forums and in the Pine64 forum.   Your link has been automatically embedded. or do you mean opening a terminal console with  CNTL-ALT-F(some-number). belfastraven just FYI I am using groovy with a cinnamon desktop,  I have an ISO keyboard,  and I can indeed display the GBP  Share Groovy runs very well so far for me. OK, a bit more update, I did try a nightly, mostly works OK My concern besides the being ARM based, is the trouble of getting one due to the way Pine64 orders them. No other Linux distribution was available let alone a single BSD. 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