Have you visited the Allwinner Chipset wiki? - http://linux-sunxi.org/
Started by Den1982, October 29, 2013, 12:45:17 pm
Quote from: camelator on October 30, 2013, 03:42:59 amCompletely agree.I am not a linux expert, but have some knowledge.I just installed Cubian with mpd for an audio media player.After few hours without doing anything, the cubieboard always stop.Is there any chance to understand this issue?
Quote from: Gasz2 on November 11, 2013, 08:00:27 amUse cpufreq-info and cpufreq-set to adjust CPU frequency. I am using my CB v2 as a MediaServer. SMB, MiniDLNA, SSH, BTSync, Apache, TVHeadEnd and some Mono apps. I am using Cubian with patwood 3.4.61 kernel, CPU is configure to run at 1.01Ghz using the performance governor.My Cubie stream IPTV, DTT and media files and also record television programs on a SATA disk.The Cubie with this configuration and use is very very stable.Regards, Gustavo.
Quote from: berturion on December 19, 2013, 01:10:27 amHello !Thanks for the advise. Do you mean that you put min-freq and max-freq at 1.01 Ghz ? If not, Which min-freq did you choose please ? My min-freq, by default, accordingly to cpufreq-info was 300Mhz... I just set it to 528Mhz to see how it goes.Thank you :-)
Quote from: vierax on December 21, 2013, 04:26:37 pmHi berturionThe stock min-freq (300Mhz) is very stable so you don't have to raise it. A highest min freq minimizes the power of conservative and ondemand governors when there is a low use of CPUs. It also increases average power consumption and heat especially if your board is often idle.
Quote from: arturbac on December 29, 2013, 01:47:09 pmmaybe power managment turns off hdmi and dont turn it back on ...
option "DPMS" "false"