BPI-M2 magic new image:-ubuntu-16.04-mate-desktop-beta3-bpi-m2m-sd-emmc.img-2017-10-23

(bpi team) #1


  1. based on ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS Mate Desktop
  2. support BPI-M2 Magic (A33 / R16 ) kernel 3.4.39
  3. username & password: pi/bananapi , root/bananapi
  4. support LCD 5" (default)
  5. support WIFI
  6. support BT (with bluetoothctl can setup)
  7. support UART (default console use /dev/ttyS2, set 2 pin mode for /dev/ttyS2)
  8. support I2C (test with bpi_test_lcd1602)
  9. support SPI (test with bpi_test_hello & bpi_test_52pi)
  10. support eMMC (support boot from eMMC)
  11. support Battery 11 . support MIC (can use chromium to google voice search)
  12. support touch screen (can control desktop or getevent to test) 13 support power key (getevent can test)
  13. support OTG
  14. support CAMERA ov5640 (guvcview / cap / ffmpeg-3.1.4 support video H.264 hw encode)
  15. support uEnv.txt to fatload uImage
  16. support bpi-bootsel
  17. support bpi-copy to write SD/eMMC with img.zip file
  18. support video play 1080p with vdpau (mpv , vlc, smplayer)
  19. support xrdp
  20. support chromium 61.0.3163.100
  21. support wiringpi 2.44 (https://github.com/BPI-SINOVOIP/BPI-WiringPi2, thanks to http://wiringpi.com/ & https://github.com/WiringPi/WiringPi)
  22. support rpi.gpio 0.6.3 for python (https://github.com/BPI-SINOVOIP/RPi.GPIO, thanks to https://sourceforge.net/projects/raspberry-gpio-python/)
  23. Thanks for linux-sunxi community (http://linux-sunxi.org/)
  24. Special thanks for Alex support with camera functions (https://github.com/avafinger)
  25. ref. https://github.com/BPI-SINOVOIP/BPI-M2M-bsp
  26. ref. https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/banana-pi-bpi-m2-magic-iot-development-board/content/

Google Drive:


baidu cloud:


MD5: 23cd3f0891d8ad274984eea3f4981eab

FILESIZE: 1797068967 (~1713MB)

UNPACK: 7296MB (eMMC size)

Test Wiringpi GPIO function:


Yeey, Bad Apple on SPI display. BTW Good job :3


I added my wifi hotspot to /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf, put this image on a SD card, and powered on the m2m, but I don’t see the device on my network. Is SSH enabled by default? Is serial console enabled? I am planning on running with no display, so how can I connect?

Nevermind, I got connected using the serial console. So far so good!

(Jagan Teki) #4

Where Can I buy this LCD? can you point me the link?

(bpi team) #5

you can send mail to judyhuang@banana-pi.com