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My history with the operating systems for the Tinker Board S
#11
(11-30-2018, 09:46 PM)jschwart Wrote:
(11-30-2018, 01:24 AM)jamess Wrote: Can you provide the radio(MP3) streaming address ? We can try to duplicate.

Here are a few playlists that have MP3 streams:
http://www.hitfm.ua/HitFM.m3u
http://www.rusradio.ua/RusRadio.m3u
http://www.radioroks.ua/RadioROKS.m3u
http://www.kissfm.ua/KissFM.m3u
http://www.radiomelodia.ua/RadioMelodia.m3u
http://www.radiorelax.ua/RadioRelax.m3u

The playlists are intertwined with streams with another encoding, but I just pick the MP3 ones (odd numbers). I think I had this issue with any stream I tried, you could just pick one you prefer for testing.

You can also play these streams through Chromium, see for instance:
https://www.hitfm.ua/player/
(at the top you can choose the other stations)

In Chromium the streams do play correctly.

Sorry that I missed this POST, we will check it.
One more thing, may I know how do you connect to internet ? from wifi or ethernet ?
If from wifi, do you connect any BT devices or enable BT interface at the same time ?
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#12
(12-10-2018, 01:37 AM)jamess Wrote: Sorry that I missed this POST, we will check it.
No problem! Let me know if you need more information.


(12-10-2018, 01:37 AM)jamess Wrote: One more thing, may I know how do you connect to internet ? from wifi or ethernet ?
If from wifi, do you connect any BT devices or enable BT interface at the same time ?
I was using a wired ethernet connection. I used neither wifi nor bluetooth.
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#13
(12-10-2018, 07:54 AM)jschwart Wrote:
(12-10-2018, 01:37 AM)jamess Wrote: Sorry that I missed this POST, we will check it.
No problem! Let me know if you need more information.


(12-10-2018, 01:37 AM)jamess Wrote: One more thing, may I know how do you connect to internet ? from wifi or ethernet ?
If from wifi, do you connect any BT devices or enable BT interface at the same time ?
I was using a wired ethernet connection. I used neither wifi nor bluetooth.

Dear, jschwart
    Can you try the latest image v2.0.8 ?
    https://github.com/TinkerBoard/debian_ke....8.img.zip
    We can duplicate this issue with v2.0.7 but not v2.0.8. Can you have a try ?
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#14
(11-29-2018, 03:55 AM)Im4Tinker Wrote:
(11-28-2018, 04:10 PM)Ludicien Wrote: I bought a Tinker Board S this summer
Dante wrote "leave all hope, oh you who come"
Forgive my pessimism, but I did the same whit a huge hope that TBS was better than RPi and I failed.

So I've tried almost, like you, Linaro, DietPi, Elar System, Armbian and Archlinuxarm. I'm still trying to find which one will give a satisfactory result.

But for your case I think you may try to use Armbian u-boot and load TinkerOS_Debian. If you spare some time, I wrote a little about eMMC, and read this. Perhaps even all discussion might lead some interest of yours.

Let me tell, folks, the developers have hard time to find how a hardware works, because it isn't well documented or hidden by the manufacturers. This is the common scenario at kernel.org and FOSS.

I had the same feeling and results.
This board is an hobbistic device providing software you can't rely on.
Good luck!
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#15
(12-19-2018, 03:38 PM)Maruko Wrote:
(11-29-2018, 03:55 AM)Im4Tinker Wrote:
(11-28-2018, 04:10 PM)Ludicien Wrote: I bought a Tinker Board S this summer
Dante wrote "leave all hope, oh you who come"
Forgive my pessimism, but I did the same whit a huge hope that TBS was better than RPi and I failed.

So I've tried almost, like you, Linaro, DietPi, Elar System, Armbian and Archlinuxarm. I'm still trying to find which one will give a satisfactory result.

But for your case I think you may try to use Armbian u-boot and load TinkerOS_Debian. If you spare some time, I wrote a little about eMMC, and read this. Perhaps even all discussion might lead some interest of yours.

Let me tell, folks, the developers have hard time to find how a hardware works, because it isn't well documented or hidden by the manufacturers. This is the common scenario at kernel.org and FOSS.

I had the same feeling and results.
This board is an hobbistic device providing software you can't rely on.
Good luck!

Tinkerboard_Debian does everything I wanted to do with it and very reliable.
The tinkerboard is as good as the tinkerer and there is a limitation on everything.
No tinkerer knows everything.
I think his issue is a linux issue and not a board issue?  However, I can be wrong.
We are in an evolution. Linux has come a long way from the beginning.
There is a small board that windoz will run on it.  Maybe you can go back to windoz. I think it has an Intel 64 cpu.

To me, I look at Tinkerboard_Debian as a work of art. It's beautiful and amazing how it works.
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#16
(12-19-2018, 03:57 PM)Jay Smith Wrote: We are in an evolution.  Linux has come a long way from the beginning.
Oh, yes Mr. Torvarlds started it 27 years back. And I started to look at it about 22 years ago.
I think, both I and Torvalds, we got a hands-on a Commodore small computer.
(12-19-2018, 03:57 PM)Jay Smith Wrote: There is a small board that windoz will run on it.  Maybe you can go back to windoz.  I think it has an Intel 64 cpu.
There are few, NUC for instance and BeagleBone. I feel Intel gives a good support for linux with literal open source drivers and other works on kernel.org are supported by Intel engineers.
I also think that the Intel hardware doesn't pose any obstacle on which OS would be installed in.
(12-19-2018, 03:57 PM)Jay Smith Wrote: To me, I look at Tinkerboard_Debian as a work of art.
To me, I look like a huge frustration. This product doesn't fit well as other ASUS have made. I own also a RoG laptop and running an Archlinux since first week I purchased the laptop. Small flaws are there, but nothing crucial to impede the use.
Also I bought a ZenFone, which alas is closed to itself, but I think there might be a little effort to change the installation too. For an instance the process to root it is just a small effort without secret keying, but I didn't it.

I installed on Acer notebook Archlinux over a linaro given by Acer. Problem none. I installed Archlinux on Dell laptop, problem not found. Both laptop in dual boot with Ubuntu. My friend have installed Archlinux over a RPi 2, no problems. Others installed Archlinux on BeagleBone.
So, definitely I prefer Archlinux, because is the lesser patched distro and it come with the minimal start up, great freedom to opt for any program.
Therefore what I'd like to propose here is a way that the software should met with hardware in the most open manners, so any developer will be able to arrange/cooperate with software and fixes using the mainline source. Many stories tell about the reverse engineering from developers on kernel.org, because the hardware manufacturer doesn't support FOSS. Also it seems that most of those are from the far east.
But open source is a buzz word in the far east, nowadays, to fish more buyers.

So, like a car I don't see the condition that we should use the lubricants and fuel that the manufacturer proposes. Other products may fill the gap the same or even better.
Also for ASUS should be a great advantage to offer this product which offers a wider range of options, as concurrent RPi alternative.
Most of the cases when looking for solution I putted "Raspberry something" on a web search. Why ASUS doesn't give a larger support for this campaigned product?
I don't tell that is not a good one, I'm telling that is not what they started to claim. Like I decided to buy, compared with RPi there's better performances, but limited on a particular condition.
Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin
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#17
(12-19-2018, 10:06 AM)jamess Wrote: Dear, jschwart
    Can you try the latest image v2.0.8 ?
    https://github.com/TinkerBoard/debian_ke....8.img.zip
    We can duplicate this issue with v2.0.7 but not v2.0.8. Can you have a try ?

I haven't tried it yet, but I guess this means the issue was solved with version v2.0.8! That would be great news. I hope to have some time to try this soon. Thank you very much for looking into this!!
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