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And maybe ExaGear Soft?)
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Good afternoon, can anyone help me? I'm trying to send and receive data through pin PG6 and PG7 (Uart_3) or PG10 and PG11 (uart_4) on Cubietruck. I'am using Cutecom and linux Lubuntu but the only thing that appears is 0x00 repeatedly.
Thank you
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Não e nem novidade e mais uma duvida alguem ja conseguiu instalar impressora serial ttl em uma cubieboard 2 se sim estou sofrendo com uma e não estou conseguindo preciso de ajuda. Obrigado

Not and novelty and more doubt someone already managed to install ttl serial printer on a cubieboard 2 if I am suffering with a yes and I'm not getting need help. Thank U
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Does anyone have the img XBMC for Cubieboard 2 ?
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Unable to mount the HD sata.
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Could anyone help with android 'm with a version but you can not mount the HD sata . I appreciate the support.


http://dl.cubieboard.org/model/cubieboard2/Image/android/android-xbmc/
Index of /model/cubieboard2/Image/android/android-xbmc. Parent Directory · android-4.2-xbmc-cb2-nand-v1.0.img.7z.md5.
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Thank you , I tested with another version that caught at: http://pan.baidu.com/s/1mghykEc#path=%252FModel%252Fcubieboard2%252FImage but did not work the SATA drive . Have you managed to do that?
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CubieBoard4 is arrived. now is under test with Android v3.0 image (4.4) 
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yes, have bluetooth 4.0+EDR
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Is there any way to prevent nand corruption when you run linux or android from sdcard on cubietruck?
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Thanks for the tips, i am now thinking of using a different SDcard when i want to boot Android or Linux since NAND / SD doesnt seem possible due to the NAND problem but I will also look into the sdcard/sata disk option.
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jun lai

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Did anyone use the I2C module in lubuntu on cubietruck? I have a problem with that. But the result of  running  i2cdetect -y 1 seems to be right , but it still doesn't observe the device connected on PB19 and PB18. Can anyone help me ? 
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Jean-Luc Aufranc

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I had a try at CubieTruck Metal Case kit with battery and SSD, running Cubieez 2.1.
 
Review of a kit with CubieTruck Allwinner A20 board, a 120GB SSD, an internal battery acting as UPS, and a rugged enclosure.

The board was pre-loaded with Cubieez 2.1 distributions based on +Debian 7.6
I've received CubieTruck Metal Case kit just over a month ago, but just like for Ubuntu on ODROID-XU3 Lite, the board could not get HDMI EDID info from my Panasonic TV, which led to a crash at boot time. CubieTech has now fixed the issue, so I've finally been able to complete the review with ...
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hey i am user of cubietruck(cubieboard3) i tried to connect robopeak lcd (RPUSBDISP)  with cubietruck(os is android 4.22)  but failed.
is there someone who succeed write on cubietruck(os is android 4.22)???
please help me...
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Is there any news about cubietruck-plus A83T? Any picture or any info what the board will have? Thank you!
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cubieboard are available now.
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Steve Shoyer

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Hi, I just finished reading the "Getting Started with Cubieboard" book (http://bit.ly/1AvORLm).  For anyone who is starting out, it's a good overview of the Allwinner-based boards from Cubietech and other manufacturers.  It discusses the process of downloading an OS distribution, updating and compiling the bootloader and kernel, and configuring your board to work as a home server.  Additionally,  it touches on how to interact with the hardware, showing the steps to connect a switch and an LED to the board.

For me, the chapter on manually installing an OS was the most helpful.  I'm familiar with Linux but far from an expert, and this section explained the various options and decisions that are required when configuring an OS.  It shows how to set up the OS on an SSD rather than on the SD card, which is something that many users will want to do.

The chapter on setting up a home server was also useful.  While it was not specific to the Cubieboard, the services that are discussed in this chapter are typical of those that would be used in many installations.  Topics include remote access, scheduling jobs, setting up web/proxy/file/torrent servers, and installing a personal cloud.

There's a section on the FEX configuration file, how it is used, and how it can be modified.  This chapter, as well as the one on troubleshooting, are pretty brief.  While the information is good, I would have appreciated more depth.

Overall, this book is well written, and was easy for me to read and understand.  For those who think, "OK, I just got my Cubieboard, now what do I do with it?", it's a great guide.
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Jean-Luc Aufranc

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Cubieboard4 assembly.
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Has anyone tried this?
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The features of the new Cubieboard 4 CC-A80 (Spanish language)
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Características de la placa Cubieboard 4 A-80, con CPU de ocho núcleos (octa core)
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the first Antutu benchmark of the  Cubieboard4 A80
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Does anybody have a valid xpad.ko binary for the Cubieboard (A20)
I want to get my Xbox controller to work and this seems to be the final piece of the puzzle
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Only on New Year Holidays buy ExaGear Desktop for $10. A good gift for geeks :)
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thanks. 
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Hi, i have problem with my Cubietruck. I succesfully installed Lubuntu in NAND. Temporary i would like to use 16GB microSDHC card like a hard drive. But when this card (empty) is inserted (already tested FAT, NTFS, ext4), CT won't boot (blue led only). But when i inserted 8GB microSD from my old android phone - CT boot normally. Both cards are normally visible under Lubuntu and works fine (I can format, read, write, mount). Any ideas what's happen and how to fix it? It's SDHC UHS-I Kingston 16 GB card.
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+Daniel Medeiros it works that way. But then I have to manually mount this card. I don't have to SATA drive right now and it won't boot only with this one card. With another card (class 10) boot fine. 
+Daniel Krah I forgot that I have CB2 too, but you can check if it's no problem for you. My CB2 is never used (and for sale ;) ) so i need to install some distribution first.
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Install Mate desktop on your cubieboard (any)
i did on my cubietruck with cubieez works fine! :)
have fun!
MATE on Raspbian. IMPORTANT: MATE for Raspbian has been upgraded to version 1.6.0 on Sept. 27th, 2013. Gnome 2 was the most popular Linux desktop, but it's no longer available. MATE is a fork of Gnome 2 and provides an intuitive and attractive desktop to Linux users using traditional metaphors.
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+Aaron Keepace​ mate desktop has gnome apps but is lighter and also can run on arm devices lxde is lighter than mate but lxde is a bit too simple ;)
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