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Again, the Linaro user list.  This is Linaro specific.  There are many other A10 boards out there with similar installation challenges and you will get more help there.

But please share your experiences here to help other people searching for Cubieboard help.

Sorry I can't be of more help, but I am in the Fedora/Centos camps and you will find me a regular there in their arm user lists!

Beginners / Re: Please Help - Installing TightVNCServer on Cubieboard 1
« Last post by rgmhtt on Today at 01:31:12 pm »
Dr. Google is our friend.

I put

linaro user list

into the search and see:

Any help on this please ?

Beginners / Re: Please Help - Installing TightVNCServer on Cubieboard 1
« Last post by rudie123 on Today at 10:08:32 am »
Excuse my ignorance. Where will I find the Linaro list ?

Gaming / Re: CoubieBoard as game console platform
« Last post by kenzolen on October 17, 2018, 06:07:36 am »
I just knew it was this. If anyone has a question I can answer it. Maybe I will know some things.
Software & Applications / Re: Run multiple videos at once on the Cubieboard4 (A80)
« Last post by kenzolen on October 17, 2018, 06:07:05 am »
The past, I have, but find the answer alone about this. This has been known.
Silly question : I have an old 7 inch Chinese Tablet (are they all made there ??). It is completely dead. I want to see if I can revive the LCD screen so that I can use it as an interface for the Cubieboard 1. Has anyone ever done something like this ? I suppose it has some kind of ribbon cable inside the tablet which should somehow be interfaced to an HDMI adapter. I know if I can get the tablet fixed that it boots into Android again, I can simply install a VNC viewer and access the Cubieboard 1 this way. But I am looking to do this on the cheap. Dont want to spend any money on getting the tablet revived ( I suspect power / battery circuitry). Anyway how can I still use this LCD display ?
Thanks and greetings from South Africa
Beginners / Re: I wrote a complete beginners tutorial
« Last post by rudie123 on October 16, 2018, 08:42:30 am »
Love your tutorial. Written in plain English that everyone can understand. I find however that Cubian X seems to be slow though (I cannot get it running on nand as yet )I find Ubuntu quite nice and reliable, which I have installed on Nand. However I want to install lazarus (Windows World Delphi), but I anot getting it right. But anyway I love the power of the CubieBoard 1. Wish I could afford to get one of the bigger brothers though.

Keep on hacking !
Beginners / Cubieboard 1 - Ubuntu (Linaro). - Problem with packages - Lazarus etc.
« Last post by rudie123 on October 16, 2018, 08:21:17 am »
I am a complete newbie. I have managed to flash the Nand of a Cubieboard 1 with Ubuntu. I works well, is quite fast and relaible, but I am having problems installing some packages. e.g. tightvnc and Lazarus. It looks like the APT-Repositories does not 'pick up' the packages properly and do not want to install.  ( I am also running Ubuntu on some RPi's and I had no problems installing lazarus and tightvncserver etc.

Any quick fixes will be appreciated ?
General Discussion / Compiling android 4.2.2 for cubietruck and image to SD card
« Last post by Vega1024 on October 15, 2018, 12:56:48 pm »
Hey guys,

I have a cubietruck (I'm not sure what the board revision is...) that I'm trying to get to run android 4.2.2.

I followed these instructions and built the kernel + android from source on a Ubuntu 12.04 installation.

I tried to write the resulting image using a windows disk imager. When I inserted the card into the cubietruck and powered it on, nothing happened.

Is the image file resulting from source compilation meant to be booted from SD card?
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