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== Work with ROCK Pi S Debian ==
 
== Work with ROCK Pi S Debian ==
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=== Introduction to ROCK Pi S Debian ===
 
=== Introduction to ROCK Pi S Debian ===
  
ROCK Pi S Debian  is an easy to use desktop system. While working with ROCKPI4Debian, you will find it do well on playing music, playing video, Internet, Bluetooth and so on.
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ROCK Pi S Debian  is an easy to use desktop system. While working with ROCK Pi S Debian, you will find it do well on playing music, Internet, Bluetooth and so on.
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ROCK Pi S Debian uses '''systemd''' to manage system.
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=== Access from the Host PC/Laptop ===
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==== Option 1: USB access(adb) ====
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By default, the ROCK Pi S Linux image enables adbd services, which is a debug bridge from Android now ported on Linux. With one USB A to C cable you can power and access the board, very handy.
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To use adb, you need to install adb tool on the PC/Laptop. Check instructions for [[Rock/windows_adb | Windows]] and [[Rock/linux_adb | Linux]].
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After you have adb installed successfully, run the following command on console to login the shell of ROCK Pi S:
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    adb shell
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Check [[rockpiS/dev/adb | Using adb]].
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==== Option 2: Serial console ====
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Check [[rockpiS/dev/serial-console | Serial Console]]
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==== Option 3: [[RockpiS/ssh | SSH]] ====
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SSH server  is enabled on port 22 of ROCK Pi S default image.
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Check [[RockpiS/ssh | SSH]] page for details.
  
Here Need a '''USB to TTL serial cable'''. Or use '''[[rockpiS/getting_started/troubleshooting | SSH]]'''.
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Note: You can also get the IP of ROCK Pi S from option 1 or option 2 if you can not access network administrator page.
  
=== Debian Default User Account ===
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=== Default user account ===
  
 
Non-root User:
 
Non-root User:
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     Password  : rock
 
     Password  : rock
  
=== Install and update necessary packages ===
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=== Update necessary packages ===
  
 
Add Radxa APT, see [[rockpiS/radxa-apt | Radxa APT]].
 
Add Radxa APT, see [[rockpiS/radxa-apt | Radxa APT]].
  
Install packages;
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Install packages:
  
 
   $ sudo apt-get update
 
   $ sudo apt-get update
   $ sudo apt-get install -y rockchip-overlay rockchip-fstab
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   $ sudo apt-get install -y rockchip-overlay
 
   $ sudo apt-get install -y linux-4.4-rockpis-latest rockpis-dtbo
 
   $ sudo apt-get install -y linux-4.4-rockpis-latest rockpis-dtbo
 
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   $ sudo apt-get install -y rtl8723ds-firmware rockchip-adb resize-assistant
=== Install xfce4 desktop ===
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   $ sudo apt-get install -y rockpis-dtbo # For those ROCK Pi S system images released before March 1st, 2020
 
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   $ sudo apt-get install -y xfce4
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   $ sudo apt-get install -y xfce4-goodies task-xfce-desktop lightdm dialog tango-icon-theme
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=== Network Connection ===
 
=== Network Connection ===
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When there is not a network cable for your ROCK Pi S the WIFI connection is another good choice. ROCK Pi S supports 2.4G WIFI wireless network.
 
When there is not a network cable for your ROCK Pi S the WIFI connection is another good choice. ROCK Pi S supports 2.4G WIFI wireless network.
  
Here are the common commands.
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=====To test the WIFI performance, we need to follow the steps:=====
  
 
* Switch to super user mode
 
* Switch to super user mode
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* Connect to WIFI network
 
* Connect to WIFI network
 
   $ nmcli dev wifi connect "wifi_name" password "wifi_password"
 
   $ nmcli dev wifi connect "wifi_name" password "wifi_password"
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* Test WIFI perpormance by tool iperf.
  
 
=== Bluetooth ===
 
=== Bluetooth ===
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   $ sudo apt-get update
 
   $ sudo apt-get update
   $ sudp apt-get install -y rockchip-fstab rockchip-overlay
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   $ sudp apt-get install -y rockchip-overlay
 
   $ sudo apt-get install -y linux-4.4-rockpis-latest # kernel version(>=4.4.143.27)
 
   $ sudo apt-get install -y linux-4.4-rockpis-latest # kernel version(>=4.4.143.27)
 
   $ sudo apt-get install -y rtl8723ds-firmware bluez
 
   $ sudo apt-get install -y rtl8723ds-firmware bluez
  
Check bluetooth service
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Check Bluetooth service
  
 
   $ systemctl status bluetooth
 
   $ systemctl status bluetooth
  
Run bluetooth service
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Run Bluetooth service if the Bluetooth service is inactive.
  
   $ etc/init.d/bluetooth start
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   $ systemctl start bluetooth
  
Load bluetooth firmware
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Check Bluetooth device
 
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  $ sudo bt_load_rtk_firmware
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Check bluetooth device
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   $ hciconfig
 
   $ hciconfig
 
   hci0:  Type: Primary  Bus: UART
 
   hci0:  Type: Primary  Bus: UART
           BD Address: 22:22:AA:8C:2F:93 ACL MTU: 1021:8  SCO MTU: 255:12
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           BD Address: 22:22:70:B2:10:6F ACL MTU: 1021:8  SCO MTU: 255:12
 
           UP RUNNING  
 
           UP RUNNING  
 
           RX bytes:1399 acl:0 sco:0 events:45 errors:0
 
           RX bytes:1399 acl:0 sco:0 events:45 errors:0
           TX bytes:3441 acl:0 sco:0 commands:45 errors:0
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           TX bytes:3458 acl:0 sco:0 commands:45 errors:0
  
Example: Connect to Bluetooth Speaker
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Example: Connect to Bluetooth Speaker.
  
Install pulseaudio packages
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Change to root mode.
  
   $ sudo apt-get install -y pulseaudio-module-bluetooth pulseaudio
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   $ sudo su
  
Add non-root user (here rock) to bluetooth and pluse-access group in file /etc/group
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Install pulseaudio packages
  
   $ cat /etc/group
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   # apt-get install -y pulseaudio-module-bluetooth pulseaudio
  ...
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  '''bluetooth''':x:113:'''rock'''
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  '''pulse-access''':x:115:'''rock'''
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  ...
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Run pulseaudio
 
Run pulseaudio
  
   $ pulseaudio --start
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   # pulseaudio --start
  
 
Connect using bluetoothctl
 
Connect using bluetoothctl
  
   $ bluetoothctl
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   # bluetoothctl
 
   [bluetooth]# default-agent  
 
   [bluetooth]# default-agent  
 
   [bluetooth]# power on
 
   [bluetooth]# power on
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Play songs and enjoy it.
 
Play songs and enjoy it.
  
=== Poweroff ===
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=== Resize root filesystem to fit available disk space ===
  
Once login, click button: '''Suspend'''
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Execute command '''resize-helper'''
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  $ sudo /usr/sbin/resize-helper                                                                 
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Type '''Yes'''
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  Yes/No? Yes
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Type '''-1M'''
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  End?  [1010MB]?-1M
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=== Common Hardware Interfaces, I2C, PWM, SPI, UART, etc ===
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The ROCK Pi S system images released before March 1st, 2020 use hw_intfc.conf to configure interfaces while those which released after March 1st, 2020 use uEnv.txt. We suggest that you use [[RockpiS/downloads | the latest system images]].
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'''Warning: Remember there is only one line including item "overlays=" in file /boot/uEnv.txt.'''
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For more details about device tree overlays, see [[Device-tree-overlays | Device Tree Overlays]] and [[RockpiS/dev/libmraa | ROCK Pi S Libmraa]].
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==== I2C ====
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To enable I2C-0 (/dev/i2c-0), add item "rk3308-i2c0" to the "overlays=" line.
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  overlays=rk3308-i2c0
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To enable I2C-1 (/dev/i2c-1), add item "rk3308-i2c1" to the "overlays=" line.
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  overlays=rk3308-i2c1
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To enable I2C-2 (/dev/i2c-2), add item "rk3308-i2c2" to the "overlays=" line.
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  overlays=rk3308-i2c2
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To enable I2C-2 (/dev/i2c-3), add item "rk3308-i2c3" to the "overlays=" line.
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  overlays=rk3308-i2c3
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==== PWM ====
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To enable PWM1, add item "rk3308-pwm1" to the "overlays=" line.
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  overlays=rk3308-pwm1
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To enable PWM2, add item "rk3308-pwm2" to the "overlays=" line.
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  overlays=rk3308-pwm2
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To enable PWM3, add item "rk3308-pwm3" to the "overlays=" line.
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  overlays=rk3308-pwm3
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==== SPI ====
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To enable SPI2, add item "rk3308-spi-spidev" to the "overlays=" line.
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  overlays=rk3308-spi-spidev
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  param_spidev_spi_bus=2
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  param_spidev_spi_cs=0
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  param_spidev_max_freq=10000000
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==== UART ====
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The debugger console baud rate options: 1500000n8 and 115200n8.
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To disable debugger console, just need to delete "console=" line in file /boot/uEnv.txt.
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To set ttyS0 as debugger console, add item "rk3308-uart0" to the "overlays=" line. Also need to set console value.
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  console=ttyS0,1500000n8
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  overlays=rk3308-uart0
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To set ttyS1 as debugger console, add item "rk3308-uart1" to the "overlays=" line. Also need to set console value.
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  console=ttyS1,1500000n8
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  overlays=rk3308-uart1
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To set ttyS2 as debugger console, add item "rk3308-uart2" to the "overlays=" line. Also need to set console value.
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  console=ttyS2,1500000n8
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  overlays=rk3308-uart2
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To set ttyS0, ttyS1 and ttyS2 as common serial communication devices, add these items "rk3328-uart0", "rk3328-uart1" and "rk3328-uart2"  to the "overlays=" line. The device /dev/ttyS0, /dev/ttyS1, /dev/ttyS2, are available.
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  overlays=rk3308-uart0 rk3308-uart1 rk3308-uart2
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=== USB ===
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USB port, working in host mode, enables the attachment of peripherals such U Disk, keyboards, mice, USB dongle like USB camera, etc.
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USB port, working in OTG mode, supports USB gadget function including adb, USB RNDIS, USB subnet etc.
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There are two USB ports on ROCK Pi S. One is Type-A port and the other is Type-C port. By default, on Debian system Type-A port is working in host mode. Type-C port is configured in OTG mode. With software configuration, Type-C port can also work in host mode.
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==== Use USB Camera ====
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Check [[RockpiS/hardware/camera/ | ROCK Pi S Camera module]].
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==== Use USB Device Network ====
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Check [[rockpiS/dev/usbnet | ROCK Pi S USB Device Network]].
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==== Type-C port in host mode ====
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To configure Type-C port in host mode, add item "rk3308-usb20-host" to the "overlays=" line in file /boot/uEnv.txt.
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Kernel version: >=4.4.143.51
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  overlays=rk3308-usb20-host
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=== Use Array Microphones with ROCK Pi S PoE ===
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=== Display and Desktop ===
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See [[rockpiS/hardware/display | ROCK Pi S Display]].
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==== Use xfce4 desktop ====
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  $ sudo apt-get install -y xfce4
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  $ sudo apt-get install -y xfce4-goodies task-xfce-desktop lightdm dialog tango-icon-theme
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=== Power Management ===
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==== With Desktop ====
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Click the '''suspend''' button to enter suspend mode.
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==== Without Desktop ====
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Suspend
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    # systemctl suspend
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Power off
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    # systemctl poweroff
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Reboot
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    # systemctl reboot
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=== Storage Device ===
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* uSD Card: /dev/mmcblk0
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* SD Nand: /dev/mmcblk1
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=== Boot Device Order ===
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SD Nand -> uSD Card
  
 
=== Changelogs ===
 
=== Changelogs ===
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====2020.06.16 ====
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'''rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_20200615_1225-gpt.img'''
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* Fix the issue of failing to find root device. System boot log may show like this.
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  [    1.478059] RAMDISK: gzip image found at block 0
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  [    1.581744] RAMDISK: incomplete write (23864 != 32768)
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  [    1.581801] write error
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  [    1.581895] Waiting for root device UUID=37055840-4ec4-444f-979b-9e47ee4bd848...
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* Kernel version: 4.4.143-52-rockchip-g7ed61b60d176
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==== 2020.05.28 ====
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'''rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_20200528_1227-gpt.img'''
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* Kernel version: 4.4.143-48-rockchip-geacd15ae244f
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* Rename rockchip-adb package to rockchip-adbd.
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* U-boot version: 2017.09-02378-g6de46245e6
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* Update uEnv and boot.scr.
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* Use ttySx as debuger console instead of ttyFIQ0.
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==== 2020.03.16 ====
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'''rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_20200315_1123-gpt.img'''
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* Available for at least 256 MB DDR SDRAM
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* Kernel version: 4.4.143-39-rockchip-gdaf243b9655a
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* Support uEnv and boot.scr
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* U-boot version: 2017.09-02377-gc3d3bc84be
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==== 2019.12.19 ====
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'''rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_191219_0406-gpt.img'''
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* U-boot version: 2017.09-02370-g6d65a50f1e
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* Kernel version: 4.4.143-34-rockchip-g3c9d2019dba7
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* systemd version: 241
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* System partitions: boot and rootfs
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* Default serial console: UART0
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* Default non-root user: rock (password: rock)
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* Hostname: rockpis
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* Support adb by default.
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* Support SSH by default.
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* Resize root filesystem to fit available disk space for the first boot
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* Automatically load Bluetooth firmware after system startup.
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==== 2019.11.18 ====
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'''rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_191118_1217-gpt.img'''
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* U-boot version: 2017.09-02370-g6d65a50f1e
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* Kernel version: 4.4.143-34-rockchip-g3c9d2019dba7
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* Default serial console: UART0
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* Default non-root user: rock (password: rock)
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* Hostname: rockpis
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* Support adb by default.
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==== 2019.10.29 ====
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'''rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_191029_1055-gpt.img'''
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* U-boot version updated to 2017.09-02370-g6d65a50f1e
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** Add patch to make LAN MAC address stable based on CPUID
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* Kernel version updated to 4.4.143-28-rockchip-g8dbafd783043
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* Default serial console: UART0
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* Default non-root user: rock (password: rock)
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* Hostname: rockpis
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* Support SSH
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* Do not need to install rockchip-fstab package since /boot partition is auto mounted by systemd.
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==== 2019.08.06 ====
 
==== 2019.08.06 ====

Latest revision as of 02:43, 16 June 2020

    ROCK Pi S >  Debian

Work with ROCK Pi S Debian

Introduction to ROCK Pi S Debian

ROCK Pi S Debian is an easy to use desktop system. While working with ROCK Pi S Debian, you will find it do well on playing music, Internet, Bluetooth and so on.

ROCK Pi S Debian uses systemd to manage system.

Access from the Host PC/Laptop

Option 1: USB access(adb)

By default, the ROCK Pi S Linux image enables adbd services, which is a debug bridge from Android now ported on Linux. With one USB A to C cable you can power and access the board, very handy.

To use adb, you need to install adb tool on the PC/Laptop. Check instructions for Windows and Linux.

After you have adb installed successfully, run the following command on console to login the shell of ROCK Pi S:

   adb shell

Check Using adb.

Option 2: Serial console

Check Serial Console

Option 3: SSH

SSH server is enabled on port 22 of ROCK Pi S default image.

Check SSH page for details.

Note: You can also get the IP of ROCK Pi S from option 1 or option 2 if you can not access network administrator page.

Default user account

Non-root User:

   User Name : rock
   Password  : rock

Update necessary packages

Add Radxa APT, see Radxa APT.

Install packages:

 $ sudo apt-get update
 $ sudo apt-get install -y rockchip-overlay
 $ sudo apt-get install -y linux-4.4-rockpis-latest rockpis-dtbo
 $ sudo apt-get install -y rtl8723ds-firmware rockchip-adb resize-assistant
 $ sudo apt-get install -y rockpis-dtbo # For those ROCK Pi S system images released before March 1st, 2020

Network Connection

There are two methods for network connection. One is Ethernet and the other is WIFI.

Ethernet Connection

You can use a network cable (one end connected to the external network port or route) to connect your ROCK Pi S to the network. The ROCK Pi S will automatically configure the network for your surfing on the Internet.

To test the Ethernet, we need to follow the steps:
  • Switch to super user mode by command
 $ sudo su
  • Check whether the Ethernet is normal by command, ifconfig, which would show us a network card, eth0, and the Ethernet IP address. Also, use tool, ping, to connect to a normal domain.
 $ ifconfig
 $ ping www.baidu.com
  • If failed to connect to a normal domain. , try
 $ sudo dhclient eth0

WIFI Connection

When there is not a network cable for your ROCK Pi S the WIFI connection is another good choice. ROCK Pi S supports 2.4G WIFI wireless network.

To test the WIFI performance, we need to follow the steps:
  • Switch to super user mode
 $ sudo su
  • Open the WIFI
 $ nmcli r wifi on
  • Scan WIFI
 $ nmcli dev wifi
  • Connect to WIFI network
 $ nmcli dev wifi connect "wifi_name" password "wifi_password"
  • Test WIFI perpormance by tool iperf.

Bluetooth

Update necessary packages

 $ sudo apt-get update
 $ sudp apt-get install -y rockchip-overlay
 $ sudo apt-get install -y linux-4.4-rockpis-latest # kernel version(>=4.4.143.27)
 $ sudo apt-get install -y rtl8723ds-firmware bluez

Check Bluetooth service

 $ systemctl status bluetooth

Run Bluetooth service if the Bluetooth service is inactive.

 $ systemctl start bluetooth

Check Bluetooth device

 $ hciconfig
 hci0:   Type: Primary  Bus: UART
         BD Address: 22:22:70:B2:10:6F  ACL MTU: 1021:8  SCO MTU: 255:12
         UP RUNNING 
         RX bytes:1399 acl:0 sco:0 events:45 errors:0
         TX bytes:3458 acl:0 sco:0 commands:45 errors:0

Example: Connect to Bluetooth Speaker.

Change to root mode.

 $ sudo su

Install pulseaudio packages

 # apt-get install -y pulseaudio-module-bluetooth pulseaudio

Run pulseaudio

 # pulseaudio --start

Connect using bluetoothctl

 # bluetoothctl
 [bluetooth]# default-agent 
 [bluetooth]# power on
 [bluetooth]# scan on
 [bluetooth]# trust 77:EC:79:4F:6B:AC
 [bluetooth]# pair 77:EC:79:4F:6B:AC
 [bluetooth]# connect 77:EC:79:4F:6B:AC

Play songs and enjoy it.

Resize root filesystem to fit available disk space

Execute command resize-helper

 $ sudo /usr/sbin/resize-helper                                                                   

Type Yes

 Yes/No? Yes

Type -1M

 End?  [1010MB]?-1M

Common Hardware Interfaces, I2C, PWM, SPI, UART, etc

The ROCK Pi S system images released before March 1st, 2020 use hw_intfc.conf to configure interfaces while those which released after March 1st, 2020 use uEnv.txt. We suggest that you use the latest system images.

Warning: Remember there is only one line including item "overlays=" in file /boot/uEnv.txt.

For more details about device tree overlays, see Device Tree Overlays and ROCK Pi S Libmraa.

I2C

To enable I2C-0 (/dev/i2c-0), add item "rk3308-i2c0" to the "overlays=" line.

 overlays=rk3308-i2c0

To enable I2C-1 (/dev/i2c-1), add item "rk3308-i2c1" to the "overlays=" line.

 overlays=rk3308-i2c1

To enable I2C-2 (/dev/i2c-2), add item "rk3308-i2c2" to the "overlays=" line.

 overlays=rk3308-i2c2

To enable I2C-2 (/dev/i2c-3), add item "rk3308-i2c3" to the "overlays=" line.

 overlays=rk3308-i2c3

PWM

To enable PWM1, add item "rk3308-pwm1" to the "overlays=" line.

 overlays=rk3308-pwm1

To enable PWM2, add item "rk3308-pwm2" to the "overlays=" line.

 overlays=rk3308-pwm2

To enable PWM3, add item "rk3308-pwm3" to the "overlays=" line.

 overlays=rk3308-pwm3

SPI

To enable SPI2, add item "rk3308-spi-spidev" to the "overlays=" line.

 overlays=rk3308-spi-spidev
 param_spidev_spi_bus=2
 param_spidev_spi_cs=0
 param_spidev_max_freq=10000000

UART

The debugger console baud rate options: 1500000n8 and 115200n8.

To disable debugger console, just need to delete "console=" line in file /boot/uEnv.txt.

To set ttyS0 as debugger console, add item "rk3308-uart0" to the "overlays=" line. Also need to set console value.

 console=ttyS0,1500000n8
 overlays=rk3308-uart0

To set ttyS1 as debugger console, add item "rk3308-uart1" to the "overlays=" line. Also need to set console value.

 console=ttyS1,1500000n8
 overlays=rk3308-uart1

To set ttyS2 as debugger console, add item "rk3308-uart2" to the "overlays=" line. Also need to set console value.

 console=ttyS2,1500000n8
 overlays=rk3308-uart2

To set ttyS0, ttyS1 and ttyS2 as common serial communication devices, add these items "rk3328-uart0", "rk3328-uart1" and "rk3328-uart2" to the "overlays=" line. The device /dev/ttyS0, /dev/ttyS1, /dev/ttyS2, are available.

 overlays=rk3308-uart0 rk3308-uart1 rk3308-uart2

USB

USB port, working in host mode, enables the attachment of peripherals such U Disk, keyboards, mice, USB dongle like USB camera, etc.

USB port, working in OTG mode, supports USB gadget function including adb, USB RNDIS, USB subnet etc.

There are two USB ports on ROCK Pi S. One is Type-A port and the other is Type-C port. By default, on Debian system Type-A port is working in host mode. Type-C port is configured in OTG mode. With software configuration, Type-C port can also work in host mode.

Use USB Camera

Check ROCK Pi S Camera module.

Use USB Device Network

Check ROCK Pi S USB Device Network.

Type-C port in host mode

To configure Type-C port in host mode, add item "rk3308-usb20-host" to the "overlays=" line in file /boot/uEnv.txt.

Kernel version: >=4.4.143.51

 overlays=rk3308-usb20-host

Use Array Microphones with ROCK Pi S PoE

Display and Desktop

See ROCK Pi S Display.

Use xfce4 desktop

 $ sudo apt-get install -y xfce4
 $ sudo apt-get install -y xfce4-goodies task-xfce-desktop lightdm dialog tango-icon-theme

Power Management

With Desktop

Click the suspend button to enter suspend mode.

Without Desktop

Suspend

   # systemctl suspend

Power off

   # systemctl poweroff

Reboot

   # systemctl reboot

Storage Device

  • uSD Card: /dev/mmcblk0
  • SD Nand: /dev/mmcblk1

Boot Device Order

SD Nand -> uSD Card

Changelogs

2020.06.16

rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_20200615_1225-gpt.img

  • Fix the issue of failing to find root device. System boot log may show like this.
 [    1.478059] RAMDISK: gzip image found at block 0
 [    1.581744] RAMDISK: incomplete write (23864 != 32768)
 [    1.581801] write error
 [    1.581895] Waiting for root device UUID=37055840-4ec4-444f-979b-9e47ee4bd848...
  • Kernel version: 4.4.143-52-rockchip-g7ed61b60d176

2020.05.28

rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_20200528_1227-gpt.img

  • Kernel version: 4.4.143-48-rockchip-geacd15ae244f
  • Rename rockchip-adb package to rockchip-adbd.
  • U-boot version: 2017.09-02378-g6de46245e6
  • Update uEnv and boot.scr.
  • Use ttySx as debuger console instead of ttyFIQ0.

2020.03.16

rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_20200315_1123-gpt.img

  • Available for at least 256 MB DDR SDRAM
  • Kernel version: 4.4.143-39-rockchip-gdaf243b9655a
  • Support uEnv and boot.scr
  • U-boot version: 2017.09-02377-gc3d3bc84be

2019.12.19

rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_191219_0406-gpt.img

  • U-boot version: 2017.09-02370-g6d65a50f1e
  • Kernel version: 4.4.143-34-rockchip-g3c9d2019dba7
  • systemd version: 241
  • System partitions: boot and rootfs
  • Default serial console: UART0
  • Default non-root user: rock (password: rock)
  • Hostname: rockpis
  • Support adb by default.
  • Support SSH by default.
  • Resize root filesystem to fit available disk space for the first boot
  • Automatically load Bluetooth firmware after system startup.

2019.11.18

rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_191118_1217-gpt.img

  • U-boot version: 2017.09-02370-g6d65a50f1e
  • Kernel version: 4.4.143-34-rockchip-g3c9d2019dba7
  • Default serial console: UART0
  • Default non-root user: rock (password: rock)
  • Hostname: rockpis
  • Support adb by default.

2019.10.29

rockpis_debian_buster_minimal_arm64_191029_1055-gpt.img

  • U-boot version updated to 2017.09-02370-g6d65a50f1e
    • Add patch to make LAN MAC address stable based on CPUID
  • Kernel version updated to 4.4.143-28-rockchip-g8dbafd783043
  • Default serial console: UART0
  • Default non-root user: rock (password: rock)
  • Hostname: rockpis
  • Support SSH
  • Do not need to install rockchip-fstab package since /boot partition is auto mounted by systemd.


2019.08.06

rockpis_debian_stretch_minimal_arm64_190806_0115-gpt.img

  • Kernel version updated to 4.4.143-23-rockchip-g394d86b2b38b
    • Support 3.5inch waveshare model B and C LCD
  • Default serial console: UART0
  • Default non-root user: rock (password: rock)
  • Hostname: rockpis
  • Support SSH