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Re: Debian Pinebook Pro

See https://gitlab.manjaro.org/manjaro-arm/packages/community/pinebookpro-post-install/blob/master/asound.state
for a sound fix, it's just an asound.state file, delete it if it
doesn't work.  There are other weirdnesses, like speaker/headphone
sound is 2 cascaded devices, and the speaker may not turn off when you
plug in headphones.  I have a workaround using amixer.

# Turn laptop speakers (always card 0) off
amixer -q -c0 cset numid=28 0 &> /dev/null


# Turn laptop speakers (always card 0) on
amixer -q -c0 cset numid=28 on &> /dev/null

AFAIK nobody has suspend working.

On 9/12/21, Oregano <oregano+debian@disroot.org> wrote:
> September 11, 2021 9:19 PM, "Vagrant Cascadian" <vagrant@debian.org> wrote:
>> On 2021-09-11, Peter Ehlert wrote:
>>> On 9/11/21 1:11 AM, Keith Bainbridge wrote:
>>>> On Tue, 7 Sep 2021 10:01:49 +0300
>>>> Andrei POPESCU <andreimpopescu@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Andrei -- happy Debian user of a PINE A64+ and (still) considering
>>> the Pinebook Pro for my next laptop
>> ...
>>> superior build quality, I really like it, but it is not my daily driver
>>> lurking here for tips on how to get Debian running on it.
>> I gave a talk (that had some glitches...) at DebConf21 which has bits
>> and pieces of what I did to make a live image that boots on both the
>> pinebook and pinebook-pro:
>> https://debconf21.debconf.org/talks/88-two-pinebooks-walk-into-a-bar
>> with video available at:
>> https://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2021/DebConf21
>> And slides:
>> https://salsa.debian.org/vagrant/two-pinebooks-walk-into-a-bar
>> At some point I'd like to firm up the process for making live images for
>> arm64... but at the moment it's still a bit ad-hoc, though I've managed
>> a proof of concept! :)
>> The next feature I need to work into it would be to add UEFI support,
>> then it could boot any system with UEFI as well as 1-3 systems with
>> compatible u-boot offsets...
>> live well,
>> vagrant
> Awesome! Very much enjoyed seeing, and hearing, the talk, on and about my
> Pinebook Pro! With Kali/debian on PineBook Pro: Wifi works; sound works, not
> very loud, but loud enough to hear the talk; also has difficulty with
> suspend/hybernate and low battery.
> What was the purpose of providing a makefile instead of just a PDF of
> slides? I already had graphviz, but all the rest took "185 MB of archives"
> download, and used "605 MB of additional disk space," for 1.2 MB of PDF
> file? Now I is a developer/builder?!

Education is contagious.

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