I don’t need any test video R2 is running Linux. If i want a mini ARM PC, i will buy another board. I need you show me how this work as AP mode runs OpenWrt/LEDE firmware, is it OK?
Welcome to current R2 situation
It is not yet released. So if I understand you correct - it was totally the same situation with R1 and in several years we now have a perfect home router/server with only some geek problems like no VLAN port mapping during reboot and slow onboard SATA which nobody use anyway.
Why so many haters in this community. If you aim using OpenWrt firmware why bothering waiting R2 - you can use R1 or any other Asus or whatever.
They can’t even provide boot logs so how should they show you any functionality besides a ping and usless desktop environments?
- Have you seen a single time a wifi antenna connected to this board?
- Have you seen on any picture Ethernet cables connected to both the WAN port and one of the switch ports?
- Aren’t you worried that on the pictures at the top of this thread not two Ethernet cables are connected to this board and no wifi antenna but there’s an USB wifi dongle inserted (they ‘test’ their board without using its core functionality)?
If you know these guys a bit longer you know that they haven’t the slightest problem to sell unfinished products with 100% broken software. That’s why it is so important to make people aware and force SinoVoip to show boot logs (they can’t since dmesg will still show TONS OF ERRORS proving that software isn’t working properly), release kernel sources (they can’t since they did not pay/sign the MTK NDA so they have no sources) and release schematics to check for the usual hardware flaws these guys introduce each time they release a new board.
But potential customers are happy to listen to the same marketing chitchat over and over again.
will update image soon. for BPI-R2 will ready hardware 2.0 this month.
we coworker with MTK , now we update to linux 4.4.70, and all driver working fine .
all source code all have update to github, and just private for now , when we ready ,will public it .for we now need optimize and test driver.
here you can see log.this is you need ??
Yes, thank you. So we know now at least a little bit:
/cpus/[email protected] missing clock-frequency propertymeans cpufreq not working yet? What’s the clockspeed the cores are running with?
- An ASM1062 is providing SATA functionality. Have you or MTK already explored the NCQ problem when accessing two disks in parallel. Does it need
echo 1 > /sys/block/sdX/device/queue_typeto slow the disks down when 2 disks are accessed in parallel? Have you ever tested with more than one disk?
sdais a 32 GB SDCZ80 USB3 thumb drive. 93.3 MB/s write performance looks ok until you look how fast this device is in reality: http://usb.userbenchmark.com/SanDisk-Extreme-USB-30-32GB/Rating/1466 (so your
ddtest is xxx, you test buffers not the device and you miss either
sdbis a 320 GB SATA disk connected to ASM1062. 65.2 MB/s is horribly low given that you test wrongly and the thumb drive scores better
- it seems WAN port is
eth0and LAN ports appear as single
eth1port (or vice versa). Random MAC-Address with both interfaces. Will you fix this?
Starting LSB: daemon to balance interrupts for SMP systems...really bad since does nothing and contains a memory leak eating up all the RAM over time (your Ubuntu rootfs from 2 years ago already contained this flaw, reported several times in forum, happily ignored every time)
If you would not have hold back this log for almost half a year this feedback could’ve arrived earlier (useless anyway, you ignore community feedback usually). Now imagine if you would immediately open your github repo to allow third parties to look through R2 kernel sources to improve stuff?
But it wouldn’t change anything since even if community tries to help you you simply ignore it. Here a long time linux-sunxi community member took your kernel sources for this unfortunate BPi M2U and improved it in many ways: https://github.com/dan-and/BPI-M2U-bsp What did you do with this valuable information?
Ha ha, if it have 2 blank mini Pcie slot BPI-R2 will be better in alot of situation. I know SOC has 3 pcie lane but R2 use only 2, one for sata chip We can chose MT7603 and MT7612 for Dual band wifi (cheaper than MT7615
Sorry i did not read boot log i will do it now.
Ok. I read
i read both datasheet of ASM1062 & ASM1061 when i read about Witi Board, ASM1062 can use one or two lane PCIe, ASM1061 use one. But two lane for ASM1062 dont need because of limitation of gigabit port. Correct me if i’m wrong.
Exactly! ‘what change ? ?’ What’s the difference between 1.0 and 1.1? Why hardware had to be changed and in which way? These are the questions (you’ll never answer of course).
Look how hardware manufacturers that really follow ‘open source’ principles do this: Every single revision gets documented even if it’s just an internal prototype: https://github.com/OLIMEX/OLINUXINO/tree/master/HARDWARE/A64-OLinuXino
From time to time progress will be published, discussed with customers/community to eliminate mistakes and to pick up good ideas to improve the product: https://olimex.wordpress.com/?s=A64-OLinuXino
@sinovoip claims doing ‘open source hardware’ but does only the opposite. Everything is closed. No real open source hardware documents published, not even schematic, not a single line of code so far, this whole ‘open source’ babbling is Just Not True. But fortunately for you, your customers are happy with that. They love to be told ‘wait and see’ over and over again. You’re the most lucky guy on earth with such customers
i am not a R&D , you can just see what we do ,take pains.
Can you replace Power Jack with a useful 2nd mPci-e slot?
MTK7623N support 3 pcie interface , one for sata , one is standard pcie interface ,other one is for USB 3.0 port ,but can reuse with PIN define ,so if you not use USB 3.0 ,you can use 2 pcie interfact.
[quote=“sinovoip, post:87, topic:2697”] MTK7623N support 3 pcie interface , one for sata , one is standard pcie interface ,other one is for USB 3.0 port[/quote]
Do you realize how many times @oueirehoahttb already asked about PCIe? You ignored this all the time. And since no schematic and no other documents are available … ok, forget about it. What a waste of time trying to get any information from you.
Unlike those weird @sinovoip guys AsiaRF provided MT7623N data sheet when they tried to collaborate with MTK in the past: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/asiarf-tiny-linux-computer-with-wifi-and-ethernet#/
- USB3.0 Host x 2 (2nd port share w/ PCIe2.0)
- PCIe2.0 Host x 3 (3rd port share w/ USB3.0)
So it’s about the second USB3 port that is in conflict with one more mPCIe slot? Really?
What did you try to say? What’s the ‘interfact’ you’re talking about? It is difficult to understand you without having schematic.
From the views of hardware placement and related descrition, we can see something between MT7623A and MT7623N.
for MT7623N , it should be using the separated switch name as MT7530 which could be found working as independent IC near the nework port. while I guess MT7623A should integrate the switch function into SoC inside.
sinovoip should be board maker, if you pay for them, they should be happy customize for you. i knew one board CAN’T satisfy everyone’s need. you can try to make understand if some pins out from the line of gpio if you want to build your own hardware from the prototype.
hardware V1.0 is you first version for BPI-R2, we not sale it yet , and hardware need optimized ,so we do V1.1 , and now ,we volume production V1.1 and public sale.
Can we get v1.1 board physical size measurements before release? I’d maybe like to make a case for it in blender. I’d also like to know how hot it gets(under load), if I might need to include vents/heatsinks/a fan.
OK ,i wll update DXF file Monday. size is same as BPI-R1
I can’t find any datasheets for that IC, do you know whether this is a unmanaged or managed switch?