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  Tinker Board vs Odroid C2 video render benchmark
Posted by: BadPritt - 1 hour ago - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

I've made a video benchmark between the Odroid C2 that's overclocked to 1.75Ghz and the Tinker Board.

I was amazed by the result. But the tinker started throttling at 70°C so I had to cool it a lot.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PT17hiEL...e=youtu.be

Anyone who knows why it throttles at 70°C? Is it because I use Lubuntu?

Greets N.A.D.

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  Sound in 5.1
Posted by: Gegek - 4 hours ago - Forum: Hardware - No Replies

Hello everybody
I want to Know if the tinker board works With 5.1 sound 
I try it  but the sound is just in stéréo
It is possible to play a film in 5.1? And How?
Thank you  for your answer 
Ps: sorry for my english

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  Non stop errors about dmc frequency
Posted by: onefastt997 - Yesterday, 02:33 PM - Forum: Software - Replies (1)

Any idea what would cause this? I also get these nolinked power saves. I believe that is due to the wireless not being used but I need to look into that too. I have googled the dmc frequency issue but I haven't found anyone else reporting it.

[61157.476344] RTL871X: nolinked power save enter
[61158.964468] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(333000000) vco: (24 MHz * 83) / 1 = 1992000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 332000000 Hz
[61159.364466] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[61160.764578] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[61161.765710] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(333000000) vco: (24 MHz * 83) / 1 = 1992000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 332000000 Hz
[61161.965814] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[61162.564521] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[61162.804476] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(333000000) vco: (24 MHz * 83) / 1 = 1992000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 332000000 Hz
[61163.664821] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[61216.904974] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[61219.089055] RTL871X: nolinked power save leave
[61219.584456] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[61220.396467] RTL871X: nolinked power save enter
[61221.074588] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[61221.085815] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: timeout before pausing cpus
[61221.088820] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: failed to change dmc freq
[61221.091325] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[61221.099679] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: pause cpu 0 timeout
[61221.101515] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: failed to change dmc freq
[61221.103447] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[61221.113809] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: pause cpu 0 timeout
[61221.115704] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: failed to change dmc freq
[61221.118596] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: Unable to set freq 533000000. Current freq 200000000. Error 0
[61221.121724] devfreq ff610000.dmc: dvfs failed with (-110) error
[61221.324595] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[61222.524818] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(333000000) vco: (24 MHz * 83) / 1 = 1992000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 332000000 Hz
[61223.724779] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[61276.424584] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[61279.044464] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[61280.654575] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[61281.666007] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[61282.124833] RTL871X: nolinked power save leave


On another unit I get the frequency messages (still no idea why) but without the errors.

[65934.290368] RTL871X: nolinked power save leave
[65935.632640] RTL871X: nolinked power save enter
[65965.814211] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[65966.614073] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(333000000) vco: (24 MHz * 83) / 1 = 1992000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 332000000 Hz
[65967.014164] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[65968.414396] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[65971.274108] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[65971.874016] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(333000000) vco: (24 MHz * 83) / 1 = 1992000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 332000000 Hz
[65972.074035] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[65972.274016] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(333000000) vco: (24 MHz * 83) / 1 = 1992000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 332000000 Hz
[65972.474303] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[65978.544099] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[65978.744022] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(333000000) vco: (24 MHz * 83) / 1 = 1992000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 332000000 Hz
[65979.775261] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[65997.299356] RTL871X: nolinked power save leave
[65998.635285] RTL871X: nolinked power save enter
[66026.013862] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[66026.813755] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(333000000) vco: (24 MHz * 83) / 1 = 1992000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 332000000 Hz
[66027.213824] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[66028.624278] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[66031.833780] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[66032.033709] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(333000000) vco: (24 MHz * 83) / 1 = 1992000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 332000000 Hz
[66032.833993] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[66039.153732] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(533000000) vco: (24 MHz * 133) / 3 = 1064000000 Hz => clk: vco / 2 = 532000000 Hz
[66039.554027] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(333000000) vco: (24 MHz * 83) / 1 = 1992000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 332000000 Hz
[66040.154915] rk3288-dmc ff610000.dmc: rk3288_dmcclk_round_rate(200000000) vco: (24 MHz * 50) / 1 = 1200000000 Hz => clk: vco / 6 = 200000000 Hz
[66060.249753] RTL871X: nolinked power save leave
[66061.617166] RTL871X: nolinked power save enter

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  tinker-config Tinker Board configuration tool
Posted by: Mikerr - Yesterday, 01:50 PM - Forum: Software - No Replies

Missing raspi-config from the raspberry pi ?

Well here's my attempt at recreating it for the tinkerboard:

[Image: cKZwMR2.png]

What works:

Password /Boot / localisation options & Wifi ( 2-6)
advanced / set hostname

What doesn't:

Expand filesystem and some of advanced i2c etc

..but I'm working on it.

Get it at https://github.com/mikerr/tinker-config

Code:
wget https://github.com/mikerr/tinker-config

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  Governor?
Posted by: whemming - 06-27-2017, 08:18 PM - Forum: Software - Replies (2)

Is there a way to change the CPU governor?

Thanks

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  Hardware Flashing with Tinkerboard / SPI
Posted by: explit - 06-27-2017, 11:15 AM - Forum: Hardware - No Replies

Hello guys!

I'm new here. Bought the Tinkerboard as a faster substitution to my RPI3

Now i want to use Asus Tinkerboard as Hardwareflasher for Libreboot

Here the article:
https://github.com/bibanon/Coreboot-Thin...spberry-Pi

My question is: Are the SPI Pins the same as on Raspbery Pi? Can i just setup Tinkerboard the same way as RPI and use it for flashing?
Do the SPI Pins a kind of activation?

Thanks

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Question TeamSpeak 3 Server
Posted by: BEP - 06-27-2017, 08:39 AM - Forum: Software - No Replies

Hello all, I want to host a TeamSpeak 3 Server on the tinkerboard trough QEMU. 
The server is not available for the ARM architecture so emulating is my only option. I wanna emulate the Linux 32 bit version of the server on the tinkerboard, so I should use QEMU to emulate the i386 architecture to achieve that. The only other alternative would be ExaGear which boasts to be faster than QEMU at translating x86>armv7 but it costs 25 Euro and I don't wanna buy the product, that's why QEMU is my only option. 

The only guide i found is from 2013: Ts3ServerOnArm. The guy did manage to get it running at 50-70% of the first Pi available at that time (256 MB Ram, CPU 700 Mhz overclocked to 1000 Mhz) and with the tinkerboard being more powerful than the Pi3 it should be able to handle it much better. However, i do know that emulating will be worse performance than native whatever the case, so maybe the results will be a working Ts3 Server but with a bit of latency problems, I am aware of that but i still want to see the results to be able to know if it's good enough. 

I plan on using QEMU with a virtual image of Debian for i386, on the tinker board i have the TinkerOS 1.8 from this image: "20170417-tinker-board-linaro-stretch-alip-v1.8" From what I understand that is based on Debian 9. Which QEMU version would be better? Should i install another OS instead of TinkerOS for this?(This is the only use i have planned for the tinkerboard right now) and what debian image should I use for the virtual machine?
On another note: I am ssh-ing into the tinkerboard, so how would I install the virtual image with no GUI, only from terminal? 

I am asking here in this forum hoping to get some updated info, since whatever I find googling is mostly incomplete or outdated info (2013-2015) . I also know a lot of the questions are more QEMU based, but i didn't find 1 official QEMU forum, so I am hoping i could get some help here, thanks so much in advance.

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  FINALLY GOT DTS AND DOLBY DIGITAL DECODING TO WORK!!
Posted by: tbjorno45 - 06-26-2017, 11:29 PM - Forum: Hardware - No Replies

I have tried for 3 months to get surround sound from my Tinker Board on Libreelec, Kodi 17. Connected my tinkerboard through HDMI to my TV, and Optical kabel from TV to Stereo. and i yesterday i got i to work, and i cant belive i havent tried it before. Instead of using HDMI Audio Output as i have always done, i switched to Analog Output (Still Only the HDMI cable connected, the sound is sent trough the HDMI to the tv when choosing ANALOG output), the Standard choice on Kodi startup, 2.0 channel, Stereo upmix on, Passtrough with DTS, AC3 + Transcoding. started a movie and Dolby digital decoding right away..Anyone else who has gotten this to work with another method?

PS: THIS SHOULD ALSO WORK WITH TINKEROS SINCE THE ANALOG OUTPUT IS STANDARD THERE ALSO, WILL TRY TOMORROW

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  7 Inch hdmi Display not working with Tinker OS
Posted by: BadPritt - 06-26-2017, 12:46 AM - Forum: Hardware - Replies (1)

Hello ,
I am trying to make my Makibes 7" 1080*600 hdmi display to work with my Tinker Board on Tinker OS.
I have tried to turn the resolution in monitor settings down to ones that my 7" display can handle. Tho nothing shows up on it. Also the resolution of 1080 by 600 is not selectable(when my big monitor's plugged in).

I've been searching for a config file but could not find any.

The display works fine on my Raspberry's and Odroid C2.

Also I would like to know if there will be Ubuntu support in the future.
I hope someone can help.

Thanks in advance,
N.A.D. from Belgium

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  Tinker Radio?
Posted by: blicken - 06-25-2017, 03:46 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (2)

Hello All, 
I am trying to get this project http://makezine.com/projects/pirate-radio-throwies/
to work on my Tinkerboard. Im not encountering any errors from the command line, 
but Im not picking up any radio on my FM receiver.

Are there any inherent incompatibilities for this project on the Tinkerboard?

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