Just a bunch of notes for doing things with the lichee pi. I had this file going for a few weeks and decided it would be useful for people to know.
In case of errors or contributions, shoot me an email at any email address at sudoforlunch.org, preferably email@example.com. My spammer is a bit paranoid so if I don't respond send another one from gmail or something.
Get buildroot going, figure out how to make buildroot give you arm-buildroot-linux-musleabihf-gcc. Just use this compiler for the kernel as well, it works just fine.
The stock kernel is decent but no SPI support.
Wifi works via SDIO, which is why it fits in that slot. When you do wifi in the SD slot, the mmc interface for the pins on the gpio still exist. Look at the dtbs for more examples.
They all start with sun8i-v3s. Look at those files.
Also, for serious work, solder your headers upside down and buy one of these things, and, um, don't buy the thing on that link, that seems a bit pricy for it. Check aliexpress and dx.com, had good luck with those. You'll want to do the headers upside down because they will interfear with the tf module. That way you don't have to screw around with that tiny sd card.
I don't remember where this came from, but here is the great collection of stuff you need for the stock kernel, including the good boot.scr file for booting the -dock dtb, as well as a kernel.
I think it has a bad wifi module, here's one you can pretty much just insmod:
I think that will be mainline soon-ish
To boot, flash one of the dd images, and expand rootfs. Put your own crap in the fat32 boot filesystem, I think a good init is enough. Here's some dd images: kancloud and here's a good image I used which has been mirrored by me brmin_dd.tar.bz2.
Things to note:
I assume you have the buildroot cross compiler in your PATH:
git clone https://github.com/<find_someones>/linux cd linux make ARCH=arm licheepi_zero_aditya_defconfig make ARCH=arm menuconfig # mess around, I know you are here from gentoo make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=arm-buildroot-linux-musleabihf- -j8 # This will make your kernel, I think I forgot to enable spidev, do check this. make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=arm-buildroot-linux-musleabihf- -j8 INSTALL_MOD_PATH=out modules make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=arm-buildroot-linux-musleabihf- -j8 INSTALL_MOD_PATH=out modules_install
Thats about all there is to it.
Never messed around, but http://bbs.ilichee.cc/t/how-to-test-the-audio-interface/159/4
Just.. don't. Okay fine here. Just use the default.
ttyS0, S1 and S2 are directly broken out on the board
ttyGS0 is on the USB interface
Probably obvious, but everything is/should be 115200,8n1
SPI is enabled in my kernel, so you can find it at /dev/spidev32766.0, and I think the speed is hardcoded to something high. Usual linux spidev stuff. See note on kernel compilation.
I2C is working fine, /dev/i2c-0 works out of the box.
(Thanks to jlsilicon on the forum)
There is a filesystem under /sys/class/gpio, I am going to be working with this as my current directory.
$ echo <PIN> > export $ echo "out" > gpio<PIN>/direction # For output, or use "in" for input \# echo 1 or 0 into the gpio<PIN>/value file for output, or read that file for input.
Some lists for you to use:
SCD1CLK PG0 -G192 - Blue LED SCD1CMD PG1 -G193 - Green LED SCD1_D0 PG2 -G194 - Red LED D1 PG3 -G195 D2 PG4 -G196 D3 PG5 -G197 SCD0_D1 -G160 SCD0_D0 -G161 SCD0CLK -(G162) -DoNotUse SCD0CMD -(G163) -DoNotUse SCD0_D3 -G164 SCD0_D2 -G165 U1TX -G149 U1RX -G150 : LIGHT RGB LED = BLUE : echo 192 > /sys/class/gpio/export echo “out” > /sys/class/gpio/gpio192/direction echo 0 > /sys/class/gpio/gpio192/value J3 Bus : LCD_D23 PE24 p1 gp152 LCD_D22 PE23 p2 gp151 LCD_D21 PE19 p3 gp147 LCD_D20 PE18 p4 gp146 LCD_D19 PE17 p5 gp145 LCD_D18 PE16 p6 gp144 LCD_D7 PE9 p7 gp137 LCD_D6 PE8 p8 gp136 LCD_D5 PE7 p9 gp135 LCD_D4 PE6 p10 gp134 LCD_D3 PE5 p11 gp133 LCD_D2 PE4 p12 gp132 LCD_D15 PE15 p13 gp143 LCD_D14 PE14 p14 gp142 LCD_D13 PE13 p15 gp141 LCD_D12 PE12 p16 gp140 LCD_D11 PE11 p17 gp139 LCD_D10 PE10 p18 gp138 LCD_VSYNC PE3 p19 gp131 LCD_HSYNC PE2 p20 gp130 GPIOs Table: GPIO 128 IO.E00 GPIO 129 IO.E01 GPIO 130 PE2 HSYNC GPIO 131 PE3 VSYNC GPIO 132 PE4 GPIO 133 PE5 GPIO 134 PE6 GPIO 135 PE7 GPIO 136 PE8 GPIO 137 PE9 GPIO 138 PE10 GPIO 139 PE11 GPIO 140 PE12 GPIO 141 PE13 GPIO 142 PE14 GPIO 143 PE15 GPIO 144 PE16 GPIO 145 PE17 GPIO 146 PE18 GPIO 147 PE19 GPIO 148 IO.E20 GPIO 149 U1TX PE21 GPIO 150 U1RX PE22 GPIO 151 PE23 GPIO 152 PE24 : PB : GPIO 32 – U2TX PB0 GPIO 33 – U2RX PB1 GPIO 34 – IO.B2 RTS GPIO 35 – IO.B3 CTS GPIO 36 – PWM0 PB4 -DoNotUse GPIO 37 – PWM1 PB5 -Use ? GPIO 38 – TWI0_SCK PB6 GPIO 39 – TWI0_SDA PB7 -Use ? : PC : GPIO 64 – SPI_MISO PC0 GPIO 65 – SPI_SCK PC1 GPIO 66 – SPI_CS PC2 ? GPIO 67 – SPI_MOSI PC3 Outer Side Pins : (Side Corner opposite RGB-LED) IO.E01 - GPIO 129 IO.E00 - GPIO 128 IO.E20 - GPIO 148 IO.B02 RTS - GPIO 34 IO.B03 CTS - GPIO 35 Note: IO.E01 / L## - refers to the Pin Name from the LicheePi chip Pinout Diagram , GPIO # refers to /sys/class/gpio/gpio# command used in Linux Total usable Pins : seems to be about (48) usable GPIO pins (51pins - (~3) reserved) Caution : some of the Pins (marked above) may interfere with the Board working correctly (Clocks / SdCard SPI) Ports PF and PG as GPIO # Map : : PF : 160 io SCD0_D1 PF0 161 io SCD0_D0 PF1 162 bad (SCD0_CLK PF2) 163 bad (SCD0_CMD PF3) 164 io SCD0_D3 PF4 165 io SCD0_D2 PF5 : PG : 192 io SCD1_CLK PG0 BLUE LED 193 io SCD1_CMD PG1 GREEN LED 194 io SCD1_D0 PG2 RED LED 195 io SCD1_D1 196 io SCD1_D2 197 io SCD1_D3 : PG : SCD1CLK PG0 - G192 - Blue LED SCD1CMD PG1 - G193 - Green LED SCD1_D0 PG2 - G194 - Red LED D1 PG3 - G195 D2 PG4 - G196 D3 PG5 - G197
It builds fine, the wifi driver is now staging, grab it and you are good. My branch is:
It has the required dtsi edits and the dts edits in the -dock dts file. You have 3 serial ports, and spi and i2c
licheepi_zero_aditya_defconfig has it all