Volumio 3 (Debian Buster) - Orange Pi images

Volumio Debian Buster .
Test Images for Orange Pi boards (Orange Pi Lite, Orange Pi PC, Orange Pi One, Orange Pi Zero 1/ LTS & Orange Pi PC2):

Current version: 3.236

PS: for Orange Pi Zero 1 /LTS, use the Orange PI PC image.

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Nice! Which kernel version are are these builds? I don’t think I pushed the 5.10.y kernels yet to my git.
Could you also add the OpiPC and OpiOne scripts to

Would be nice to have an orangepi family, and then use that in these devices.

Can attest that Buster works fine with the Lite, been running my Orange Pi Lite with Buster and 5.4.y since 2019 :wink:

Hi!
I used a script to build images from GitHub - volumio/Build at volumioOS .
It looks like it contains a link to the repository with your kernels.
Previously, I built images from 5.3 kernels, which I compiled myself. And it also worked well.
Thank you for the new script for Buster. The system works faster, I2S DAC and USB DAC works.
There were only problems with some plugins, they probably need to be adapted to Debian Buster.

PS: I’ve also been using the Orange Pi Lite for a few years now.

That is great news, I finished up adding the OrangePi{one|lite|pc} devices as well into the new build system, hopefully they should work as well.

Ah yes, the current Build scrips use the new nodejs v14.x engine, which needs most plugins to reinstall the node modules for this new node version.

Thanks again for all your great efforts to keep these these boards supported for the community! :slight_smile:

Current download link:
Buster Beta for for Orange Pi boards (Orange Pi Lite, Orange Pi PC, Orange Pi One).

Volumio-3.046-2021-03-04

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3.051 OK

Current download link:
Buster Beta for for Orange Pi boards (Orange Pi Lite, Orange Pi PC, Orange Pi One).

Volumio-3.074-2021-06-02

Buster Beta for for Orange Pi boards (Orange Pi Lite, Orange Pi PC, Orange Pi One).
Works native DSD128, DSD256 with USB DAC - E1DA 9038d.


DSD128:

:~$ cat /proc/asound/card*/pcmp/sub/hw_params
access: MMAP_INTERLEAVED
format: DSD_U32_BE
subformat: STD
channels: 2
rate: 176400 (176400/1)
period_size: 22050
buffer_size: 88200

DSD256:

~$ cat /proc/asound/card*/pcmp/sub/hw_params
access: MMAP_INTERLEAVED
format: DSD_U32_BE
subformat: STD
channels: 2
rate: 352800 (352800/1)
period_size: 32768
buffer_size: 131072

Volumio-3.078-2021-07-15

hi friends… there is some version for Orange PI zero plus?
thanks

No.
Because this board is on an H5 CPU

thanks for answer VyacheslavS, somebody know how do this? or how be possible? this mini module is very intresting for dimension and resources.
Thanks.

If you already don’t have that, and are in the market for something of that size – look at the Radxa Rock Pi S :slight_smile:

thanks for answer ashthespy, the problems for this hardware are no USB on extrapins. Very strange, If you want connect a simple usb HD how I can do this?
Only one usb on this hw?

Nope, the USB-C plug exposes a USB-OTG interface, so you can plug in what you want via that. The USB-A socket is a regular UBS-2.0 port :slight_smile: But to be honest, I have not used both a USB DAC + a USB drive on the device. I prefer to use it’s I2S interface…

Hello everyone, I got very sick some time ago. That’s why I couldn’t be here.

New version for Orange boards (Orange Pi Lite, Orange Pi PC, Orange Pi One):
>>>Volumio-3.198-2022-01-31

New kernel (5.10.60) with patch (works native DSD) for USB DAC:

  • E1DA 9038d
  • Tempotec Sonata E44.

DSD Test for Tempotec Sonata E44:

DSD128:

volumio@volumio:~$ cat /proc/asound/card5/pcm0p/sub0/hw_params
access: RW_INTERLEAVED
format: DSD_U32_BE
subformat: STD
channels: 2
rate: 176400 (176400/1)
period_size: 22050
buffer_size: 88200
volumio@volumio:~$

The sound is just awesome!!!
I even like it better than the USB DAC - E1DA 9038d.

It’s working as well on Orange Pi Zero 1 LTE, good job !

I am asking the opinion of users: do I need to make myVolumio in v.3?
Without this, automatic installation of plugins from the store in version V3 is impossible without (free) login to myVolumio.
Plugins are currently being installed manually.

See my comments on the other thread, (in my limited experience) myVolumio doesn’t work well on 512MB devices… Moreover, the image size is bigger, so as per this

The following board configurations are currently on sale:

  1. Orange Pi PC - 1GB
  2. a) Orange Pi One - 1GB
    b) Orange Pi One - 500MB
  3. Orange Pi Lite - 1GB
    Is 1GB enough?