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From the date of purchase NanoPi NEO2 with NanoHat OLED display it's only been about two weeks, all the time computer was turned on and lay on the windowsill. On the display at this time was showed the 1st screen with the current time, i.e. it would seem, not such a static picture. But it turned...

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On the computer Board NanoPi NEO2 there are 4 pins onboard to connect to the debug console, standard GND, 5V, RXD and TXD. FriendlyElec offers two official devices for connection:

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  • The NanoPi NEO2 is a newly released super tiny ARM board by FriendlyElec. It uses Allwinner’s 64-bit H5 quad-core SoC (ARM Cortex-A53). It has internal hexa-core Mali450 GPU, 512M DDR3 RAM. A UbuntuCore and Armbian image files are ready for it.

  • The NanoPi NEO2 inherits NEO's form f...

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As mentioned earlier, if you have a device with a 64-bit ARM processor (like NanoPi NEO2 with ARM Cortex-A53 (Allwinner H5)), in order to SpyServer worked fine – you need to compile libairspy library for the armhf (ARM hard-float) architecture, because the spyserver itself compiled for the...

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SpyServer is a free RTL-SDR compatible SDR server designed to work with SDR# software. It was originally developed for AirSpy SDR receivers, but the author also made it compatible with RTL-SDR receivers. SpyServer enables you to connect remotely and use the SDR receivers. The main differe...

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For comfortable work in the console, not so much is required – the usual aliases, environment variables, locale settings, readline settings (file ~/.inputrc), screen, etc. And it is desirable that all these settings are the same, no matter in which console you are working right now, in Ubuntu...

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As I wrote earlier, I will install Ubuntu in a virtual machine, but on a real SSD drive that is passthrough into the virtual machine as an RDM drive. This is done so that Ubuntu can run directly on the hardware, not through the hypervisor. Stuck in the USB stick with boot loader grub - loade...

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There is a simple task, to prepare a small piece of hardware for various radio experiments and work with different SDR receivers. Ubuntu Mate 18.10 will be used as the main operating system. I chose it because of the minimalism of the graphical interface and its normal operation in HiDPI-mode.

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