Dear all,

Thanks for your support at UP Community.
The community platform has been working for almost 2 years, and we keep all your feedback in mind for our next step. Finally, we are almost there to upgrade our community platform.

The new platform will provide more comprehensive functionalities for users to find answers and get rewarded for providing a solution. You can also add pictures and videos to the post without hassle. We are really keen to share all new features with you.

The migration will start from 12:00pm CET 14th of Dec , and come back online on 9:00AM CET 18th of Dec.
During this period, UP Community will be read-only. You can still search information here, but it is not possible to make a new post.

We will try our best to bring new UP Community online as promised time. We count on your support and understanding in the coming 2 weeks if you encounter any inconvenience. Your login and password remain the same as now, if you have any problem of access, please feel free to drop us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. after 18th of Dec.

Cheers
UP team

 

A new release of the ubilinux™ distribution is now available in our Downloads section!

That is the final release for ubilinux 4.0 and it currently supports UP Board, UP Squared and UP Core!

Main features

  • Image Flasher with Automated or Interactive installation options available
  • Single Image based on Debian 9 Stretch and Debian Linux Kernel 4.9 which supports all the UP family
  • LXQt Desktop Environment
  • LibMRAA and RPi.GPIO libraries
  • Pylon vision software 
  • Linux Kernel changes:
    • pinctrl driver to enable 40-pin header on UP Board and UP Squared
    • RPi I/O compatibility driver for UP Board and UP Squared
    • onboard LEDs driver
    • WiFi and BT support for UP Core
    • support for CREX Carrier Board on UP Core

Known issues

  • Refer to the Errata List in the Downloads section.

New ubilinux Linux Kernel 4.9 source code for UP Board, UP Squared and UP Core has just been released!

You can download the source code on GitHub directly from this link: https://github.com/emutex/ubilinux-kernel/tree/upboard-4.9

Release notes

  • Rebased Kernel to Debian Linux Kernel 4.9.45
  • Added drivers, including pinctrl, to support 40-pin header on UP Board and UP Squared
  • Added HDMI Audio patch for UP Board and UP Core
  • Added WiFi and BT support for UP Core
  • Added support for CREX Carrier Board for UP Core
  • Other minor improvements and bugfixes

 

Installation

  • ubilinux: you will find the ubilinux linux kernel 4.9 packaged with the ubilinux 4.0 release,
  • ubilinux kernel packages are available from ubilinux repository for people who want to add the kernel to existing Debian Stretch installation on UP Board, UP Squared or UP Core.

A new release of the ubilinux™ distribution is now available in our Downloads section!

Be aware that it is a beta release and it currently supports only UP Squared.

Main features

  • Image Flasher with Automated or Interactive installation options available
  • Image based on Debian 9 Stretch and Debian Linux Kernel 4.9
  • LXQt Desktop Environment
  • LibMRAA and RPi.GPIO libraries
  • Pylon vision software 
  • Linux Kernel changes:
    • pinctrl driver to enable 40-pin header
    • RPi I/O compatibility driver
    • onboard LEDs driver

Known issues

  • Refer to the Errata List in the Downloads section.

UEFI BIOS UPA1AM18 update for UP Squared is available to download from the UEFI BIOS downloads section.

The main improvements from the original BIOS included with the early shipping for Kickstarters are:  

 

  • Re-arranged BIOS Setup Menu
  • Enabled support for MIPI CSI Camera : OV2740 & OV8856
  • Enabled Audio DSP pubkey on cAvsImage1Manifest
  • USB set as the 1st boot priority boot device
  • Enabled support for FPGA initialization during BIOS POST
    • All single function pin set as GPIOs 
    • All multi function pins set as SPI,UART,PWM,I2S
    • Fixed GPIO Interrupt Issue

 

 

For a full list of changes, refer to the History.txt file available in the BIOS package.

To flash the BIOS update, follow the steps on the UEFI BIOS download page.

 

Please note that newer BIOS versions are meant to be used along with an updated Ubilinux kernel. Instructions to update the kernel are available in other posts from this blog.

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