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Beta Ubuntu Image for LattePanda - Official version

userHead LattePanda 2018-04-05 14:38:23 500038 Views98 Replies
Dear developers,

We're excited to tell that LattePanda team release the official BETA version Ubuntu for LattePanda 2G/32GB and 4G/64 models, which is the 1st generation of our product line.

OS: Ubuntu 16.04
Tested Hardware: LattePanda 2G/4G both models.
Installation: Clonezilla - check the tutorial attached

Known Issues:
1. Mouse exception display - can be fixed somehow after restarting system for several times
2. HDMI audio output
3. Suspend won't work

We've been working on fixing the issues listed above. And the beta version Ubuntu has already been tested for 24/7 long term working. And we are still working on more overload testing to make sure it's good for great maker projects and commercial applications!

We are going to release the formal version at May. Need your help to test this beta version Ubuntu for LattePanda on your projects.And please let us know your feedback here!

DOWNLOAD IMAGE HERE Attachments How to Install Beta Ubuntu on LattePanda.zip Installation tutorial and notes (6.62 KiB) Downloaded 2690 times
2021-12-11 08:43:19 ISSUE SOLVED: Since I am using a HDMI Display, I had to add "nomodeset" before "quiet splash" in grub to get the gnome dock to display.

Hi All, need some help here!

SBC: LattePanda 4GB/64GB

I have installed the Ubuntu 20.04.3 that I downloaded from Linuxim (linuxium-atom-ubuntu-20.04.3-desktop-amd64.iso), burned the image to a USB 32GB thumb drive using Rufus, and used the LattePanda "Install Ubuntu Operating System Using Linuxium" instructions for the install.

I have done many Ubuntu installs on both the Raspberry Pi 4B/4GB and the NVIDIA Nano 4GB so I am no novice at installing Ubuntu on SBCs.

The Ubuntu install was successful except for the fact that the gnome dock does not appear on the display whether I do a minimal or a full install of Ubuntu. I have searched the IoT for a solution to no avail.

I have verified that Gnome version 3.36 is installed on Ubuntu. Also ubuntu-dock is installed.

Any suggestions as to how to resolve this issue will be greatly appreciated.

Regards,
TCIII
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2020-10-09 23:20:13 Ubuntu 20.04 stoped booting up after several updates.. stuck at ubuntu loading logo...
can't access grub between bios and this ubuntu logo by pressing shift or E.

What's the best way to check what's wrong?
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2020-09-01 20:06:55 Thanks. userHeadPic Klump
2020-08-21 19:29:47 Thanks. The 20.04 official iso seems okay, just the mouse ghosting. How can I fix this? userHeadPic tyeth
2020-08-12 18:20:47 We have a new topic about the Ubuntu 20.04 installation guide for lattePanda V1 recent :D hope your guys can enjoy,
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2020-06-01 18:24:03 Just a quick note to let you know that after considerable trial and error I've finally got my LPalpha working on Ubuntu with one monitor at 4K resolution. Prior to this it had been stuck at 800x600.
This page I think summarises what worked for me.
https://askubuntu.com/questions/728664/ ... -ubuntu-14
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2020-04-17 18:56:44 Wel, I tested the Lattepanda 4G in Linux mint 19.3 (based on Ubuntu) First the install screen size was far to small but changed that to 1920x1080 and install was ok. But I expect some sort of microcode is needed for all USB connected devices. Cause all of them work for a moment and then switched off again. So an Update via the wired LAN is a joke. ,via wifi also. Bluetooth can see a bluetooth device but connecting is a problem.

But with Lattepanda just only all things that connect to the Intel processor via USB that show the culprit. Sound not yet tested but ok I have a studio headset with a higher resistance. For instance when connected to my smartphone, I get a warning that the high volume is dangerous but heck this is a studio headset not so in ears cheap speakers. It might be that on the latte panda the higher resistance is out if specifications.

So it might even that Mint update (looks at Ubuntu) can fix a few things but updating is not possible if the connection turns off after 5 seconds.
Oh wait, I have USB3 to LAN adapters will test those first.
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2020-01-24 15:40:41
LattePanda wrote: ↑Tue Jul 30, 2019 5:54 am
pedrorodrigues wrote: ↑Sat Jul 27, 2019 4:39 pm Hello,


I need to use the LP with touch screen and an hdmi Monitor. With this Ubuntu image I can have them work but to be able to get image on both displays i need to unplug hdmi cable on boot. Otherwise the 7" DSI display goes blank. This case is not practical because forces one person to unplug / plug the hdmi cable every start or reboot.

I've installed Debian 10 w 4.19 kernel successfully and it solves the Displays Problem but now the Goodix Touch does not work.
Can you tell what changes or configurations have made to get the touch to work?

From the command history used in your official image i think you change the goodix / gt9xx kernel module. If so can you make the source code available?
Ubuntu image: Have you reflashed the Bios for Ubuntu system? According to our tests, your display problem could be solved after reflashing the BIOS.
please check our tutorial of Ubuntu installation.
http://docs.lattepanda.com/content/1st_ ... u-1604-lts

Debian: we also do not have better solution for the touch panel. We suggest you use our official Linux image.
I will formulate the question in another way: can you lay out the source code for the goodix / gt9xx kernel module in order to make it possible to build the kernel with a version higher than 4.10, with touchscreen support? The fact is that your image is already outdated, and there haven’t been any new versions.
Perhaps you just lay out the complete source of the system kernel?
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2019-10-11 17:58:24 Hi everyone!

I want to use my LattePanda Z8350 as a server for BLE devices. I have installed ubuntu, but i have discovered that Bluetooth connection timeout was reduced from 20 seconds to 2 seconds (Not by you, but in official release). Therefore I have to replace in /include/net/bluetooth/hci.h those values. It causes, that I have to rebuild kernel from source, however for me as a not experienced linux user, it is not so simple.

Following mopplayer steps (https://github.com/mopplayer/lattepanda-mainline-4.11), I have successfully made all the steps till:

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sudo make install Could you please help me with all the remaining steps?

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xv. patch UCM configuration file to /usr/share/alsa/ucm/chtrt5645 xvi. add systemd service bcm43340bt.service xvii. link BT service for all users xviii. patch BT and WiFi firmware to /lib/firmware Especially with

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xv. patch UCM configuration file to /usr/share/alsa/ucm/chtrt5645 Thanks!
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2019-10-08 15:32:56 Hi pizvi,
have you reflashed BIOS before installing Ubuntu? please try reflashing BIOS first.
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2019-10-01 21:13:31 good day to everybody i succesfully installed ubuntu (from lattepanda team ISO) - everything is working, even touchscreen, but axes are swaped so i need to use command xinput set-prop 12 "Evdev Axes Swap" 1 which works.. but after rebooting the system axes are swaped back..

is there any perma solution for this command? i tried to running it right after startup but no effect..

thanks in advance
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2019-09-11 01:27:23
LattePanda wrote: ↑Tue Jul 30, 2019 5:54 am Ubuntu image: Have you reflashed the Bios for Ubuntu system? According to our tests, your display problem could be solved after reflashing the BIOS.
please check our tutorial of Ubuntu installation.
http://docs.lattepanda.com/content/1st_ ... u-1604-lts

Debian: we also do not have better solution for the touch panel. We suggest you use our official Linux image.
If you have some changes for the touch panel - please share them.

From what i see in the image there is an out of tree built kernel - so sharing the patches should be an easy thing.

I also would like to remind that the changes for kernel should be shared, as not sharing them is an GPLv2 violation.

And frankly, I dont want to run an untrusted kernel with unknown patches inside - think what message this sends to the community.
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2019-07-30 13:54:32
pedrorodrigues wrote: ↑Sat Jul 27, 2019 4:39 pm Hello,


I need to use the LP with touch screen and an hdmi Monitor. With this Ubuntu image I can have them work but to be able to get image on both displays i need to unplug hdmi cable on boot. Otherwise the 7" DSI display goes blank. This case is not practical because forces one person to unplug / plug the hdmi cable every start or reboot.

I've installed Debian 10 w 4.19 kernel successfully and it solves the Displays Problem but now the Goodix Touch does not work.
Can you tell what changes or configurations have made to get the touch to work?

From the command history used in your official image i think you change the goodix / gt9xx kernel module. If so can you make the source code available?
Ubuntu image: Have you reflashed the Bios for Ubuntu system? According to our tests, your display problem could be solved after reflashing the BIOS.
please check our tutorial of Ubuntu installation.
http://docs.lattepanda.com/content/1st_ ... u-1604-lts

Debian: we also do not have better solution for the touch panel. We suggest you use our official Linux image.
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2019-07-28 00:39:00 Hello,


I need to use the LP with touch screen and an hdmi Monitor. With this Ubuntu image I can have them work but to be able to get image on both displays i need to unplug hdmi cable on boot. Otherwise the 7" DSI display goes blank. This case is not practical because forces one person to unplug / plug the hdmi cable every start or reboot.

I've installed Debian 10 w 4.19 kernel successfully and it solves the Displays Problem but now the Goodix Touch does not work.
Can you tell what changes or configurations have made to get the touch to work?

From the command history used in your official image i think you change the goodix / gt9xx kernel module. If so can you make the source code available?
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2019-05-29 14:11:31 I've had no luck with this image. I've bought a series of 4/64 Lattepanda's and tried: the clonezilla succeeds, and then it reboots, I get the Lattepanda splash screen, my monitor gets no HDMI signal and it looks like the device never boots up properly -- my router doesn't report it leasing an IP so I can't even ssh into it.

Has anyone else had similar issues that can explain what I have to change? I'd really like to avoid returning these. :/

(Hrmm, I just reset the BIOS to factory defaults and now it reboots and hangs at a LATTEPANDA splash screen and doesn't seem to be progressing. Not sure if that's better or worse!)

Any tips would be appreciated!

-e-
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