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odroid wrote:
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Do you know if/when the schematics will be available?
We have no plan to release the OGS schematics due to copycats. :|
Okay, well, hope your engineers like questions. :D
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you can pre order Odroid Go Super here
https://ameridroid.com/products/odroid- ... fbdc&_ss=r
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you can pre order Odroid Go Super here
https://ameridroid.com/products/odroid- ... fbdc&_ss=r
Will those get shipped before the ones from the HardKernel store?

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No. Our order is underway, but HardKernel will probably be able to ship sooner. We are just allowing customers to reserve their place in line by placing their preorder request.

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A demo video has released.
https://youtu.be/RJmF2mKxgKs

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Portrait Mame looks very nice! :)
Is it the normal screen orientation, or is it rotated 180 degrees?

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It is a 180° rotation.

A new reference OS image has released.
viewtopic.php?p=319190#p319190

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Next week is late January 8-)
Any indication how many units will be available and when is the sale starting next week :oops:

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The Retro Arena OGA/OGS RC1 is now public and can be located at this link:
https://techtoytinker.com/odroid-go-advance
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A few questions to those who have used the OGS preview units:
1) Does the os come pre-installed on the unit, or does it run off of the sd card?
2) Is it upgradeable?
3) What version is it? I assume its Linux...
Excited about recieving it and want to hit the ground running!

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Why are the batteries listed separately? Just in case you need a spare?

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Guys I think the website is having issues!
I keep getting 502 bad gateway :o :(


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Never mind it is working again :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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venn189 wrote:
Mon Jan 25, 2021 12:47 pm
A few questions to those who have used the OGS preview units:
1) Does the os come pre-installed on the unit, or does it run off of the sd card?
2) Is it upgradeable?
3) What version is it? I assume its Linux...
Excited about recieving it and want to hit the ground running!
1. No. You need to flash the OS image to your own SD card.
2. If you connect a WiFi or Ethernet adapter, you can upgrade. But it depends on the OS images developers. There are 5~6 different OS images at least.
3. Kernel version is 4.9.y.

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pagrus wrote:
Mon Jan 25, 2021 1:05 pm
Why are the batteries listed separately? Just in case you need a spare?
Just a spare part.

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ME88 wrote:
Mon Jan 25, 2021 1:24 pm
Guys I think the website is having issues!
I keep getting 502 bad gateway :o :(

Edit:
Never mind it is working again :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
The server is in an unstable state because there are a lot of visitors to the server.
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A lot of traffic is a good sign I guess.

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I've been looking for a Linux-based handheld console for a while and this seems to be perfect, just ordered one. I'm excited to port my games to it, is there any tutorial on cross-compiling C/C++ programs to it from PC Linux?

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miki151 wrote:I've been looking for a Linux-based handheld console for a while and this seems to be perfect, just ordered one. I'm excited to port my games to it, is there any tutorial on cross-compiling C/C++ programs to it from PC Linux?
You don't have to cross compile, you can install the build tools using apt and build on the device.

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Awesome! Any idea how much slower compilation would be than on a typical PC?

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On the go it will be significantly slower, but low ram will be a big concern for big projects. Typically people use a board like N2 to compile because it has a bigger cpu/more ram.
But for casual compiling, the go is fine...

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I see. I have one project that takes a lot of resources to compile, but I'll figure out cross-compilation somehow.

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Is the super clear white already sold out, or is it not available yet? Excited to buy one!

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benjammin wrote:
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Is the super clear white already sold out, or is it not available yet? Excited to buy one!
The clear white one was sold out. The next production batch will be available ~5 weeks later.

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Would it be possible to order a development unit (with a UART connector and a hole)? I'm truly terrible at soldering.

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We have no plan to sell a developers' version due to very limited human resources. Sorry about that.

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glebm wrote:Would it be possible to order a development unit (with a UART connector and a hole)? I'm truly terrible at soldering.
If you don't need to debug uboot you can redirect kernel messages and console to the uart port on the exposed gpio pins

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mad_ady wrote:
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glebm wrote:Would it be possible to order a development unit (with a UART connector and a hole)? I'm truly terrible at soldering.
If you don't need to debug uboot you can redirect kernel messages and console to the uart port on the exposed gpio pins
Unfortunately, the GPIO pin map on the 10pin header socket was changed a lot.
https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid_go_super ... escription

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Hmm, no uart...
Maybe something like this would work: https://github.com/themrleon/RpiSoft-UART, but most likely couldn't be used as a kernel console, only as a login shell...

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We have no plan to sell a developers' version due to very limited human resources. Sorry about that.
I'm happy to solder the serial header myself, but would be good if you could sell extra plastic back parts, so that I can drill a hole on mine and know I will be able to replace it with a non-drilled part once I'm done with the debugging (or just want to play). Thanks!

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miki151 wrote:
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Awesome! Any idea how much slower compilation would be than on a typical PC?
For some concrete numbers: A full rebuild of my project takes 40s on my Desktop (8-core i7 9700k CPU), and roughly an hour on the OGA. Afterwards, incremental builds that touch only 1 or 2 files are pretty quick even on the device.

My project is roughly 30k lines of code, plus some libraries that are part of the build, so maybe it's around 40 or 50k overall. It uses a lot of modern C++, STL and a decent amount of templates, so it's on the slower side wrt compile times.. A project using C or a more limited subset of C++ usually compiles faster.

One thing to be aware of is that you mostly want to avoid building multithreaded (i.e. make -jN, or using ninja with default settings). The problem is that even though the OGA has multiple cores, it's easy to use up all RAM by spawning multiple gcc processes, and once that happens it starts swapping to SD card and that's reaaaaallly slow.

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Debugging uboot is exactly what I need UART for
Currently sending kernel images to a guy who does have UART and getting responses back a day later
Very inefficient

## Flattened Device Tree blob at 01f00000
Booting using the fdt blob at 0x1f00000
Loading Kernel Image ... OK
Loading Ramdisk to 31be3000, end 31caea00 ... OK
ERROR: image is not a fdt - must RESET the board to recover.
FDT creation failed! hanging...### ERROR ### Please RESET the board ###

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lethal_guitar wrote:
Tue Jan 26, 2021 5:47 pm
For some concrete numbers: A full rebuild of my project takes 40s on my Desktop (8-core i7 9700k CPU), and roughly an hour on the OGA. Afterwards, incremental builds that touch only 1 or 2 files are pretty quick even on the device.
It sounds like the size is very similar to my project, which also uses a lot of C++ and templates, so I'll definitely be looking at cross compilation before trying to port it. But it's good to know that otherwise compiling works well on the device, since I'll also be playing around with smaller games.

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Nevermind, I found the issue. dtb load address must be different if using aarch64 mode (0x1000000 instead of 0x01f00000)

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So, ordered, and waiting for it to arrive! Anyone have a preference as to the "best" version of the os to use?

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venn189 wrote:So, ordered, and waiting for it to arrive! Anyone have a preference as to the "best" version of the os to use?
I hope some youtuber will make a video showcase of available images (for gaming or general purpose)

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venn189 wrote:So, ordered, and waiting for it to arrive! Anyone have a preference as to the "best" version of the os to use?
Personally I run the crashoverride/hardkernel provided image and am happy with it.

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I just created the image on a 400GB microsd card. I'm trying to resize the partition using mini tool partition -- didn't work. Then tried DiskGenius -- didn't work, errors. The image burned successfully with Etcher so I'm not sure what the problem is. I've never had problems resizing ext4 partitions in the past. I receive the Odroid Go Super on Monday so I was hoping to burn the image, resize it, and add my games prior to receiving it. Any advice? Can you resize the partition to use remaining space using the Odroid Go Super itself? Thanks.

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tveith wrote:
Fri Jan 29, 2021 6:53 am
I just created the image on a 400GB microsd card. I'm trying to resize the partition using mini tool partition -- didn't work. Then tried DiskGenius -- didn't work, errors. The image burned successfully with Etcher so I'm not sure what the problem is. I've never had problems resizing ext4 partitions in the past. I receive the Odroid Go Super on Monday so I was hoping to burn the image, resize it, and add my games prior to receiving it. Any advice? Can you resize the partition to use remaining space using the Odroid Go Super itself? Thanks.
I don't think that's going to be possible, most distributions resize automatically on first boot and also creates all of the ROM folders.
If I say something that sounds smart or like i know what i'm talking about....i'm faking it.

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notime2d8 wrote:
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tveith wrote:
Fri Jan 29, 2021 6:53 am
I just created the image on a 400GB microsd card. I'm trying to resize the partition using mini tool partition -- didn't work. Then tried DiskGenius -- didn't work, errors. The image burned successfully with Etcher so I'm not sure what the problem is. I've never had problems resizing ext4 partitions in the past. I receive the Odroid Go Super on Monday so I was hoping to burn the image, resize it, and add my games prior to receiving it. Any advice? Can you resize the partition to use remaining space using the Odroid Go Super itself? Thanks.
I don't think that's going to be possible, most distributions resize automatically on first boot and also creates all of the ROM folders.
OK thanks -- this is my first Odroid handheld, I'm coming from Raspberry Pi where I was able to resize the partitions this way. I'll wait until I receive my Odroid Go Super on Monday. Once I run it for the first time, I'll check it out and see if it auto expands. Thanks for your reply.

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The first production batch sold out.
The next batch will be available in late February.

BTW, this thread is locked.
Feel free to post a new topic on this OGS/OGA sub-forum.
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The second batch is ready to ship.
You can order it now from the following links.

Dim Gray :https://www.hardkernel.com/shop/odroid- ... -dim-gray/
Clear White: https://www.hardkernel.com/shop/odroid- ... ear-white/
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