Unfortunately no, because I have neither local nor remote access to the board. NICs do not even come up.
Please confirm if you removed SD card after progamming LEDE image to EMMC completed.
If yes, the board is still not working, please follow steps to change a configuration:
Hello. I write image to sd card. But fdisk doesn`t see any partition on Sd-card. After install sd-card to board i get the pink(or red, or purple) screen at boot. Like a pkalemba.
What am I doing wrong?
command "emmc pconf 0x48" will help!
@garywang: Thanks a lot!!!
Your description worked like charm!
LEDE/OpenWrt has booted from emmc after fixing the partitioning!
Hi i found none of packages i tried to install are not working. Any solution? Im a kinda newbie in LEDE
Do you see something on serial port when you install SD card on which the lede image is intalled? if yes, can you please share us the log? @pkalemba
@garywang i was able to run Lede on my board, but installing packages with opkg shows command not found if trying to run swconfig but its marked as installed
Can somebody give me instructons how to build own image with R2 support?
You need bleeding edge lede buildsystem to have the option to create mediatek arm 32bit kernel and lede distribution - search for lede project and use git clone to get the latetest development version. After that cd to lede and configure the buildsystem for the mentioned mediatek system(make menuconfig). After that start building with make.
I test this image and it boots well.
But even I shutdown or restart the system, all settings are lost.
Is there something I have to do to install openWRT/LEDE right?
Now the file system is ramdisk, so your setting wil lost across reboot.
Please follow above link to build openwrt image.
Could you please write a summary of the current state of development? What hardware works? What does not work? What are the planned release dates of the ready-to-use version? (I mean saving the configuration, the ability to install packages from opkg, working USB and SATA)
Did everything as stated but pink or white screen during boot.
Had wait for 10 minutes.
On SD there's no valid partitions (checked on ubuntu gparted)
@Maciek_Szelagowski try uart debug , afaik LEDE does not desktop interface
I`m not able to boot the image from microSD card. Not LEDE, nor Ubuntu Mate. I follow all the instructions on how to format the card and burn the image. I did it many times in Linux. Tried in Windows too. Even used two different cards. But whatever I do, the booting from card freezes soon with pink screen and green and red LEDs next to GPIO and the red one next to HDMI on. No prompt appears. Keyboard and mouse do not work. Am I missing something? Or is my BPI-R2 broken? Already two similar posts here in this thread. But no solution so far. I do appreciate any help. Thx.
sunarowicz, You need to connect uart and post a bootlog here.
Thank you for trying to help. But unfortunately I cannot follow your advice. I dont have uart device and dont know how to use it. I`m not an microelectronics guru. Just a guy who immediately bought BPI-R2 once heard about it because have been waiting for years for such board having everything needed for small home server. And expected it will just work...
t have uart device and don
Banana pi BPI-R2 LEDE source code for hardware NAT
@sunarowicz some infos regarding debug-uart: