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How to Download and Install Orange Pi OS on Your Development Board or Keyboard PC


If you would like to switch the Operating System on your Orange Pi i96, update the existing software images on your board, or unbrick your board, this page provides links to some of the latest software downloads.




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Until now. The Obico team has decided to take stab at this problem by figuring all it takes to build an image that you can just download and flash to an SD card to get OctoPrint up and running. This makes it just as easy to run OctoPrint on an Orange Pi as it's on a Raspberry Pi.


Step 2:If not already done, download the Orange Pi One Linux OS image from armbian.com, and save it.Use win32 Disk Imager to copy the image to the TF card, following the steps as below:


We now try to compile Armbian for our very FIRST attempt. This will help us to download a lot required packages, including all Linaro toolchains, U-Boot, etc., and save those packages under folder cache,


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A year ago, I buy my Orange Pi PC, and download last image of Armbian, and it work's well. But yesterday, I update my system through apt-get, and notice that there be some kernel packages. There was packages, with "sunxi" or "sunx7" in his names, don't remember well.


There was an old image, Xenial with kernel 3.4. It works well, but my wifi adapter doesn't work with this kernel. But this adapter, worked with that, old image, that I download a year ago (December 2017). And I think, in that old image was kernel never than 3.4 but older than 4.14.


There was an old image, Xenial with kernel 3.4. It works well, but my wifi adapter doesn't work with this kernel. But this adapter, worked with that, old image, that I download a year ago (December 2017). And I think, in that old image was kernel never than 3.4 but older than 3.14.


No, I don't need system with kernel, older than 3.4. I need new kernel. I download Armbian image on December 2017. That image has kernel newer than 3.4, and all works well (and my wifi interface). Maybe you have old buildings of OS image? Half of a year ago?


i found out that that is mainly because avahi-daemon (i.e. mdns) is not installed on the orange pi pc. what i did is to do apt-cache search avahi on the sbc and install the avahi-daemon (e.g. apt-get install avahi-daemon) and subsequently i'm able to ping my board as orangepipc.local connected on the ethernet. i'm not using any wireless dongle.


ag123, image with 3.4 kernel works well, but it not support my wifi usb adapter. That old image, downloaded a year/half of year ago, have kernel never than 3.4 but works very well. Sad, but seems there is no archive for old OS images. And I doesn't save that old image, that works perfect.


Finally, click the Download balenaOS button. When the download completes, you should have a zipped image file with a name like balena-First-Fleet-orange-pi-zero-2.80.3+rev1-v12.7.0.img.zip.


  • Download the CLI installer.

  • Double click the downloaded file to run the installer and follow the installer's instructions.

  • To run balena CLI commands, open the Terminal app (Terminal User Guide).


  • Download the CLI installer.

  • Double click the downloaded file to run the installer and follow the installer's instructions.

  • To run balena CLI commands, open a command prompt: Click on the Windows Start Menu, type PowerShell, and then click on Windows PowerShell.


A nice project to try is the balena-go-hello-world project.It's a Go web server that serves a static page on port 80. To get started, download the projectas a zipped file from GitHub, unzip it and open a terminal in the root of the extracted project directory.


Today I am back with another instructable, few months back i ordered orange pi Pc along with wifi adapter (802.11 bn) from Aliexpress, luckily both the things were working completely fine. I followed orangepi official page for OS installation to sd card at first i downloaded and installed "lubuntu" image by writing it onto sdcard according to their official page everything seemed great, next i inserted sdcard into orangepi pc and it booted into lxde desktop but there was an ISSUE:


and my orange pi pc was detecting my wireless adapter next i decided to connect to my wireless network using wireless adapter of my orange pi pc on filling in the credentials and clicking onto connect button i found bug in it.


The first step is the download of an Operating System image to install into the microSD card. For this purpose connect at Orange Pi official website ( ) and click Downloads under the label Resources. Then find your board, in this tutorial an Orange Pi PC Plus, and choose the Operating System that you want to download. For each board there are several Operating Systems. In this tutorial we try Debian XFCE Desktop. To finally download the Operating System image click over MEGA Cloud icon and click the icon to download the OS image as a ZIP. When the download is finishes, extract the OS image.


Now you need to flash the OS image just downloaded into the microSD card. To achieve this you need a program like Etcher ( ). It works under Linux, Microsoft Windows and macOS. Flash the OS image into your microSD card is very easy. Insert the microSD card in your computer SD slot with an adapter and launch Etcher. Now you have to choose the image that you want to flash, the device to flash and, at the end, click Flash! button. When Etcher finishes you will have a microSD ready to insert in your Orange Pi board.


At this point the boot process starts and for the first time it can take few minutes. Next boots will be quicker. At the end of the boot you can login into your Orange Pi with username and password. They depends by the Operating System that you flashed in microSD card. Tipically they are: orangepi, orangepi. Now you are ready to use the Orange Pi board.


Finally we will see a third method to use an Orange Pi single-board computer. In this case you need an ethernet cable and, through a SSH connection, you can control the Orange Pi board by remote without monitor, keyboard and mouse. After the plug in of the ethernet cable in the RJ45 connector of the board you have to discover the IP address given to the board. A way to do it is open your router control panel. Tipically it's a web page and you can access it at the address 192.168.1.1. To enable a SSH connection under Linux you can use ssh command by terminal (ssh @). Assuming that the username is orangepi and the IP address given to the device is 192.168.1.10 the command to type is the following:


The process was very similar to Installing on Raspberry Pi OS, use the following shell commands to download, and install the package. You will need to change the URL to match the right PowerShell version that you want to install.


I therefore decided to try to download and flash it onto an SD card and test it on my Orange Pi PC. This proved to be initially quite difficult as it requires using the Phoenixcard software to flash the image, and this software only works under Windows and many users report difficulty in getting it working.


I was having difficulty finding a solution to the Phoenixcard error load cardtool failed. I knew that the SD card or USB to SD card adapter were not faulty as I had successfully burned other images for the Orange Pi using Etcher.I did eventually resolve it thanks to a posting on a forum which advised to install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x86). After this software was installed and I ran Phoenix card tool again it flashed the image without an issue. So if you are experiencing issues with Phoenix card software then I advise installing the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x86). before you start trying different SD cards or thinking the download is corrupted.


The software pre-installed on the image is pretty basic, You get Google Chrome, Firefox, Netflix, Miracast receiver, Music app, KDplayer which is a build of Kodi 17.5, a File manager and Youtube. But it does have the Google Play store so you can download other apps. And although I did have a couple of apps say they were not compatible with the box most of the apps I have tried installed ok.


DRAM is clocked at 672 MHz by the hardware vendor. But the reliability still needs to be verified. One of the ways of doing reliability tests may be -memtester/releases/tag/20151207-orange-pi-pc-fel-test (it checks the Orange Pi PC DRAM setup in the current mainline U-Boot v2016.01-rc2 + a bugfix).


Manjaro is available on Raspberry Pi 4, and I highly recommend using it to enjoy this system in graphic mode. You can download the system images here.And I have a step-by-step tutorial on how to install Manjaro on your Raspberry Pi. You can also watch the video version of this tutorial just below:


You can find all the details about the DietPi installation in my guide here, including the detailed comparison with Raspberry Pi OS Lite.And you can download the system on the official website.For your information, DietPi works on Raspberry Pi 4. It is the perfect operating system for a small server, like a file server or a VPN server you run at home.


If you want to give it a try, you can read my step-by-step installation guide here (or watch the video here).You can download the images for the Raspberry Pi on the official website. Raspberry Pi is now officially supported and ARM/AARCH64 versions included in the latest releases each time.


And By using the Win32 Disk Imageer I have installed the os in the 64 GB Memory card. Plugged the memory card in the orange pi. But I am not getting any output on ribbon touch screen and HDMI display.


Normally those IoT devices require custom images to boot. It's usually due to some driver or kernel related issue. Most popular devices have ready-to-go distributions, if you trust the source. You seem to have downloaded the image from the official site, so you may be downloading a distribution version NOT matching your device hw version, this things tend to be tricky.


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