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Question Ubuntu for 3G IOT
Posted by: rafaelpmonteiro - 02-04-2019, 11:32 AM - Forum: *nix Distro - No Replies


Has anyone installed Ubuntu on 3G IOT?

I installed but I do not have a modem driver. In my project I need this. Can anyone give a way to make the modem driver work on Ubuntu. Is it possible to adapt the Android source code for this?

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  orange pi win plus how to install retro
Posted by: djmcg - 02-04-2019, 09:32 AM - Forum: RetrOrangePi v4.2 version - Replies (5)

I have model orange pi win plus .
Could you advice it a possible to install retro software.
I can not find properly version for my opi

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  % battery?
Posted by: Cristan - 02-03-2019, 01:28 AM - Forum: Retrostone - No Replies

Is possible show the % of battery?


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  Spanish Telegram group for Retrotstone / Grupo en español de telegram para la Retrost
Posted by: qu1que - 02-02-2019, 07:42 PM - Forum: Retrostone - No Replies

Hello! I would like to share a link to a telegram group in Spanish about the Retrostone.



Hola!, Me gustaría compartir por aquí un enlace a un grupo de telegram en español acerca de la Retrostone.



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  [ing..] Game Boy Zero - based on Orange pi zero
Posted by: intelis - 01-31-2019, 04:53 PM - Forum: OrangePI DIY - No Replies






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  lr-scummvm (any way to install?)
Posted by: Dahak - 01-28-2019, 11:32 PM - Forum: Retrostone - Replies (6)

In the current version of RetroPie there's an experimental package for lr-scummvm (libretro/retroarch version of scummvm). This version is much friendlier to systems without analogue controllers than the vanilla scummvm package. 

But alas it is not in RetroOrangePi. Is there anyway to manually install it or would the devs kindly add it to the RetroStone version?


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  Portable HDMI display is not working (hi-res)
Posted by: prenex - 01-28-2019, 05:50 PM - Forum: Hardware - Replies (3)

Hi all!

I have bought a portable HDMI display hoping it will work together with an Orange pi in one of my custom project I have planned.

The display is this:


As you can see it is originally a MIPI display, but I have bought the converter board that makes it HDMI so I had high hopes. Long story short: it is not working.

I have tested the display on a PC and it work without an issue. It first blinks some led (maybe some handshaking) and the display shows up afterwars. When I plug in the same board into my Orange Pi PC plus, all I get is the led blinking like it would never finish some handshaking.

I am using the legacy kernel because I need GPU acceleration for the project.

I am trying for a longer time as of now, but nothing seems to work so far. The operating system is armbian and I also asked on their forum with no answer yet.

I know that the resolution is pretty high, but I only need the hardware resolution to be high so if the software works for it on a lower resolution that is fine for me too...

Tomorrow I might have a chance to test the same display on a Raspberry pi too (just to have more insight with more devices being tested as I only tested it with PC so far). I would prefer the orange pi however for the project...

Thank you for any ideas in advance

PS.: Some information hinted that I might add custom resolutions with building my own kernel. I use the orange pi in question daily so I skipped this possible solution so far as I have no experience and I feel I would backup my pi and take a long turn for nothing...

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  Official Retropie Support H3, H5
Posted by: Liontek1985 - 01-27-2019, 07:45 AM - Forum: Hardware - Replies (4)

Hello Guys good News

Retropie has added H3 and H5 for offical support!


Add Allwinner H3 and H5 devices

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  NES Zelda
Posted by: Liontek1985 - 01-26-2019, 08:05 AM - Forum: OrangePI DIY - No Replies

Hello Guys,

I have Printed some times many NES-Cases, this case is a Special edition thats i make for me, what i would show you

Made with a special filament with metal particle.

The Case have functional Power and Reset button and a optimized cooling system, my Orange PI PC run with 30-35°c with OC

addational i have make a box for the case i love it

best regards Fredy


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  PI for SEGA lovers
Posted by: Liontek1985 - 01-26-2019, 07:54 AM - Forum: OrangePI DIY - No Replies

Hello Guys,

I have many time invested to design a Dreamcast and Genesis(Mega Drive) that look very smooth and like the original

i would like to show you my own sega collection, me love sega

The Dreamcast is with functional Power/Reset button, have a nice LED, 30x30 FAN, ogt to USB adapter on backside ready for Orange PI PC and PC Plus

Sega Megadrive(Genesis)

with LED , FAN 30x30, functional power/reset button,ogt to USB adapter on backside ,  volume-control(hidden SD-Card shaft) ready for Orange PI PC and PC Plus

last picture is a compare with retroflag (for Raspberry PI), in my Retroflag case is a Tritium H3

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