BPI-M1/M1+ new image:raspbian-jessie-bpi-m1-m1p-r1.img 2016-07-13


run on BPI-M1:

run on BPI-M1+

  1. based on RASPBIAN JESSIE 2016-05-27(support rpi3 rpi2 rpi1)
  2. BPI-M1 / BPI-M1P / BPI-R1 u-boot-2016.05, kernel 3.4.112 (based on armbian’s build)
  3. username & password: pi/bananapi , root/bananapi
  4. support HDMI 1080P & 720P(default)
  5. support GMAC
  6. support WIFI
  7. support SATA
  8. support bpi-bootsel cmd can switch to (bpi-m64 & bpi-m3 & bpi-m2 & bpi-m2p & bpi-m1-m1p-r1)
  9. support boot.scr (boot.cmd) to fatload script.bin & uImage & uInitrd
  10. support boot.scr to set video 1080P & 720P & 480P …
  11. based on armbian’s build env. & rootfs, thanks for armbian (http://www.armbian.com)
  12. github from https://github.com/igorpecovnik/lib by armbian’s work
  13. special thanks for linux-sunxi’s work (https://linux-sunxi.org)
  14. thanks for raspberry.org’s work(https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian)
  15. support node-red

Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_YnvHgh2rwjdTh5ZnVZam1rb0E/view?usp=sharing

MD5: 156b09907586ea9e86481bda73f4254f

note: raspbian-jessie 2016-07-13 image for BPI-M1/M1+/R1/M2+/M3/M64 have support node-red IoT system.

Banana Pi spams Google’s Raspberry Pi communities with this.

One might think your users would be posting this for you? Nope.

Hi, I still dont know how to use bootsel. Can somebody create a image for bpi m2?

Where is the kernel source? Did you package it in the image?