I have the ODROID-X and I installed
odroidx-20121112-openSUSE-12.2-ARM_FOR_HDMI.img to replace Ubuntu 12.10.
I have used the 12.3 repo to upgrade it and on a number of occasions it
powered off during zypper dup. A check found the board was running at
1.7GHz so I now have the governor set for ondemand.
It also powered off installing
Hardkernel-Mali400-OpenSUSE-12.2-MultiInstall so I'll wait for the 12.3
version as mali400 support is something I need for the quisk SDR
(Software Defined Radio) application which otherwise renders every
spoken word unintelligible by video hogging CPU resources.
Hardkernel are finding it difficult to get the mali400 driver working in
kernel 3.6.x on Ubuntu so it only works 3.0.x kernels.
The max98090 sound driver only exposes mixer controls SPK and Mic but we
think later kernels should expose more controls.
12.3 has installed kernel 3.7.9-1.1 but it's still running 3.6.6.
Everything in /boot is OK, but in /odroid-boot it still has 3.6.6 uImage
I have made uInitrd for 3.7.9-1.1 and I'll change uImage in /odroid-boot.
Excellently done, congrats.
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