I am happy to announce that we have the new release of Debian Stretch Desktop Image armhf.
Main features list as below:
- Linux kernel 4.4
- Mali GPU driver&libmali r14p0
- xserver-xorg-video-armsoc version 1.9.3
- chromium with WebGL support
- ffmpeg 3.4.1 with Rockchip patches
- fix hdmi audio issue
- mpv 0.28 with Rockchp patches
- LS header buses exported by default
- support libmraa
and many more…
Download link: dl.vamrs.com
Debian Strech desktop image for rock960
This image can be write to SD card or flashed to the on board eMMC and boot on rock960 model A and model B boards.
- rk3399_loader_v1.12.112.bin - pre-built bootloader for flash from USB
- rock960-model-ab-debian-lxde-armhf-20180814_2020.img - combined image for u-boot, atf, kernel and rootfs
- username: linaro
- password: linaro
SD Card Install
sudo dd if=rock960-model-ab-debian-lxde-armhf-20180814_2020.img of=/dev/sdx bs=4M
Quick instructions of how to flash to eMMC
Install rkdeveloptool on Linux desktop from https://github.com/rockchip-linux/rkdeveloptool
Boot rock960 to maskrom mode with the following
- power on rock960
- plug the rock960 to Linux desktop with USB type A to type C cable
- press and hold the maskrom key, then short press reset key
- release maskrom key
Run the following command to start flash:
rkdeveloptool db rk3399_loader_v1.12.112.bin
rkdeveloptool wl 0 rock960-model-ab-debian-lxde-armhf-20180814_2020.img
rkdeveloptool rd #reset the board
The board will boot to the new flashed image.
Can not go to maskrom mode
Press and hold maskrom key longer, and short press and release reset.
Check your usb cable, plug and unplug the usb cable, reverse plug the type C port and try
On the host PC, lsusb should show the following VID/PID if the board is in maskrom mode:
Bus 003 Device 061: ID 2207:0011
If you have issue with the image or flashing, please reply in this thread.