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#71
(04-03-2017, 01:32 PM)Mikerr Wrote: ... mikerr:
TinkerOS based image with netflix, sonic pi, scratch, kodi, libreoffice etc preinstalled ... thread
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Thanks Mikerr for your updated Tinker OS based image (18.04). My uSD card had failed so I made the mistake of using the ASUS 18.04 image as a basis for my desktop tinkerboard, which proved to be a disaster IMO. 

Yours worked well except for the sound over HDMI. Interestingly, sound worked OK with KODI and VLC once I found their respective audio settings and changed the respective audio devices to rockchip. However the frame rate makes VLC too jerky to use IMO.

I could not find out how to change the audio device for SMPlayer which, otherwise, works well. From another thread, the answer is in
Code:
sudo tinker-config
Quote:Interfacing Options, audio, force HDMI
in case that is helpful to anyone here.

I now have a fully functioning desktop computer back again.
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#72
which distros do have support video decode\encode over GPU ? rk3288 chip
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#73
(Yesterday, 11:19 PM)palacios Wrote: which distros do have support   video decode\encode over GPU ? rk3288 chip

https://www.armbian.com/tinkerboard/
Not installed by default yet. Read text at the download page how to enable.
Armbian. Lightweight Debian Stretch or Ubuntu Bionic for Tinker Board.
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