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odroid-c2:os_images:ubuntu:v2.3 [2017/09/20 09:22]
odroid [Tips and Known issues]
odroid-c2:os_images:ubuntu:v2.3 [2017/09/20 09:22] (current)
odroid [Tips and Known issues]
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   * mySQL/KVM needs an editing of boot.ini file to change the system timer source to ARMv8 Architecture from the Meson. But the ARMv8 timer affects the VPU/GPU system accuracy.   * mySQL/KVM needs an editing of boot.ini file to change the system timer source to ARMv8 Architecture from the Meson. But the ARMv8 timer affects the VPU/GPU system accuracy.
   * NTP time syncing takes long time (sometimes around 1~2 minutes)   * NTP time syncing takes long time (sometimes around 1~2 minutes)
-  * Check the CPU governor. <code bash target>​cat /​sys/​devices/​system/​cpu/​cpu0/​cpufreq/​scaling_governor</​code>​ If it is not "​performance",​ try <code bash target>​echo '​GOVERNOR="​performance"'​ | sudo tee /​etc/​default/​cpufrequtils</​code>​ and reboot.+  * Check the CPU governor ​if you feel the system slowness. <code bash target>​cat /​sys/​devices/​system/​cpu/​cpu0/​cpufreq/​scaling_governor</​code>​ If it is not "​performance",​ try <code bash target>​echo '​GOVERNOR="​performance"'​ | sudo tee /​etc/​default/​cpufrequtils</​code>​ and reboot.
   * GPU acceleration should be enabled manually. Add below line into /​etc/​chromium-browser/​default file.<​code>​CHROMIUM_FLAGS="​ --use-gl=egl --ignore-gpu-blacklist --disable-accelerated-2d-canvas --num-raster-threads=2"</​code>​   * GPU acceleration should be enabled manually. Add below line into /​etc/​chromium-browser/​default file.<​code>​CHROMIUM_FLAGS="​ --use-gl=egl --ignore-gpu-blacklist --disable-accelerated-2d-canvas --num-raster-threads=2"</​code>​
   * The root file system will be resized in the first booting process. OS will reboot automatically to complete the resizing process. **This process must not be interrupted.**   * The root file system will be resized in the first booting process. OS will reboot automatically to complete the resizing process. **This process must not be interrupted.**