BPI-M2 Zero new image:2017-12-03-Armbian-5.36-m2-zero-Ubuntu-xenial-next-4.14.3-preview-buildbyBPI


(bpi team) #1

2017-12-03-Armbian_5.36_Bananapim2zero_Ubuntu_xenial_next_4.14.3_preview_build_by_bpi.img.zip

  1. based on ubuntu server 16.04.3 LTS build with armbian’s work by bpi
  2. support BPI-M2 Zero (H3 / H2+) , u-boot 2017.11 , kernel 4.14.3
  3. username & password: root/1234 (armbian default)
  4. support HDMI (default)
  5. support WIFI
  6. support OTG (can support usb hub & usb ethernet)
  7. support DVFS (pmu type: gpio PL01 switch 1.1V / 1.3V)
  8. Thanks for linux-sunxi community (http://linux-sunxi.org/)
  9. Thanks to armbian’s work (https://www.armbian.com/)
  10. ref. patch files (https://github.com/BPI-SINOVOIP/BPI-files/tree/master/others/armbian)
  11. ref. https://github.com/BPI-SINOVOIP/BPI-M2Z-bsp
  12. ref. https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m2-/content/en/

Google Drive:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hrtg0hXrVs1OUNylQ_mTq6dAFdYFQemP/view?usp=sharing

baidu cloud:

https://pan.baidu.com/s/1chkkBO

MD5: e516875dccfe721e509182a7f2652944

FILESIZE: 365349636 (~348MB)

UNPACK: ~1412MB (will auto resize after setup)


Banana pi BPI-M2 Zero quad core singel-board computer with Allwinner H2+ chip design
(andrefleitao) #2

Hi. I installed this 2017-12-03-Armbian image.

I’m trying to blink a led using this library https://github.com/LeMaker/WiringBP

Location of the example file: root@bananapim2zero:~/WiringBP/examples/blink.c

I manage to compile the blink.c file using this command

gcc blink.c -o blink -lwiringPi -lpthread

executed like this

sudo chmod +x ./blink

sudo ./blink

The string appears: Raspberry Pi blink

…but nothing happens with the led. And yes the led and resistor are properly connected. If i change the red led from the GPIO to the 5V the LED turns on. I tested using raspberry pi zero and the setup works. How do i blink a led using BPI-M2 Zero? Can you suggest other library? The GPIO is not working correctly with this image? I’d like to use this BPI board for my company robotic projects.


(Riley Porter (Ril3y)) #3

Thanks for the effort here. I was wondering if there was any documentation you could provide on building my own image. I see that this is on 4.4 I assume you had to do a lot of patching to get the 3.4 updated ? Any info would be appreciated as I was hoping to build up my own custom image. Thanks!