The device is also often unstable when at idle, and the standard touch gestures don't work, and those that do often end up in different states. This implies that the device doesn't know for sure what the current state is. Pushing down the power button (when the device is on) and turning off the display should end any operation in that state until the device is shut down.
The device is also often unstable when at idle, and the standard touch gestures don't work, and those that do often end up in different states. This implies that the device doesn't know for sure what the current state is.
Allwinner has announced a new helper script called build_the_kernel that when ran will build the required kernel modules for the kernel you want. You might have to have some config to make it work for you, and it is currently not as robust as the old script.
Allwinner's internal code for the touchscreen code (at least in part) uses interfaces that have not seen the light of day for years, so those interfaces are/were not covered by the LGPL. The interfaces are being replaced by some new and improved interfaces, but I believe those interfaces are not covered by the LGPL.
it is a new kernel version for orange pi 2 b+. it is based on the vanilla kernel for orange pi 2 b+. if there is no touchscreen, the kernel will not be able to do anything. for that reason, i have decided to develop a new version. it is not always possible to use the kernel as they make it a bit difficult. the kernel was not tested with it. if you do not like it, you can remove the files you do not want. but i think that it will be very good to make a custom version of the kernel for orange pi. if you have the hardware, you can test it and send me a new kernel. i would like to take it and modify it to my taste. you have to modify the kernel source and build it. but you can also use my kernel. it is only for orange pi. it is not exactly the same kernel as the one in the default repository.