squidd wrote: ↑
Fri Oct 16, 2020 6:22 am
No problem on the chromium-docker. There are different versions of it floating around out there for different hardware. This version I believe was made for the RPi 4. But Manjaro and Pine64 have a version for the Pinebook Pro that works almost flawlessly for Netflix. The acceleration is enabled. So I believe there is a good chance that someone here can get it working for the N2/N2+, but it needs some tweaking. Maybe it's a driver issue. Spotify, yeah, all day
As for my black screen error, I've been testing this afternoon, and my SSD is either faulty, or not getting enough power. Everything has been working fine on if I install to a regular flash drive. I have a newer Samsung Fit flash drive, that is really
fast (for a flash drive) so it's surprisingly fast, just not as fast as the SSD. I am installing to an emmc now, to see what that looks like. I really think it's a power issue, but all of my other SSD's are inside my gaming rig right now, so am unable to test.
I had a rockpro64, they have been using Chromium-docker for about 1 year. I didn't know it was working with N2.
I remember the problem with the N2 is it has the G52 GPU. Other GPUs were supported before and I remember or guess that more progress has been made. I may have misunderstood the topics I read.
chromium-armhf has a sound problem, when I run chromium-armhf I cannot get sound in another page or program. That's why Spotify is not very useful for me right now.
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[1:219:1015/221225.153765:ERROR:bus.cc(393)] Failed to connect to the bus: Could not parse server address: Unknown address type (examples of valid types are "tcp" and on UNIX "unix")
[743:743:1015/221225.157946:ERROR:alsa_util.cc(204)] PcmOpen: default,Device or resource busy
[743:743:1015/221225.158437:ERROR:alsa_util.cc(204)] PcmOpen: plug:default,Device or resource busy
I have some experience with SSD.
I have 2 SSDs, one on first try sometimes turns on, sometimes I try to start with 3-4 tries.
Another one goes into standby mode when booting. The led on the SSD goes off, I disconnect and re-plug the usb connection, it works and the boot continues where it left off.
In the forum and other forums, I found out that such problems are caused by the USB3 adapter chip.
I think this USB3 adapter chip is the source of the problem we are having.
I'm trying to find out which chip N2 and Tobetter are most compatible with Ubuntu-Gnome.
Maybe we can create a whitelist with the help of other friends