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maks

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#26
Hi guys. As fact additional heatsink didn't help too. For few days it worked fine but then again got freezes every 4-8 hours. So this is was definitely not a overheating problem. Sorry that I did not check everything completely and mislead everyone. Also was wrong about back heatsink. I'd disassembled it and noticed that heatsink for CPU only. So, CPU has two heatsinks on the top and on back side. Memory and eMMC has no heatsinks at all. Yesterday I had reinstalled FBSD completely from scratch with UFS on internal drive again. I don't hang up :) And will look how it gonna works. Probably reason of freezes was in ZFS. I hope so. See you later.
 

maks

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#27
Good day everyone. I'm back with good news. 23 days uptime. So it definitely works stable now. FreeBSD has been reinstalled from scratch on UFS to on-board eMMC. I don't know why OS did not work stable with on-board eMMC + ZFS. Even on installation stage FreeBSD was a freeze for 10 minutes when I tried to install OS with ZFS and it was instantly with UFS. So, this is was a good experience. Don't use ZFS for internal eMMC.
 

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Toysrfun

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#28
As far as the Intel Up board it will run either Ubuntu 14.04 or 16.04 just fine with all peripherals functional. If you’re attempting any other OS than that is on you to develop the code, drivers, etc.., in order to function properly. With either of those Ubuntu platforms you still need to upload the python for the GPIO pinouts.
 
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