Hi guys, I have just bough a banana pi R1 and my colleague a banana pi M1 and they are a fantastic piece of hardware. However I have a few considerations about the bananian Linux and it´s configuration, relating to this post.|
I too found out the bananian is using only one CPU. In the default configuration, in both of the hardwares, the procedure of upgrading to the last updates does not solve the issue. It keeps on using only one CPU.
Upgrading to the kernel 4.2 solves the issue. However, that new kernel is definitively not compiled as well as the 3.x that comes as default. It does not recognise the switch in the R1. It comes with debugging enabled, unlike the 3.x version. I blacklisted that module, and the debugging went away, however no dice about enabling the R1 switch.
I also apparently am having some problems after the full upgrade, lost connectivity to the outside, will have to debug it further.
Would it be possible for you guys to also correct the 1 CPU issue when using kernel 3 too?