gsgs wrote: ↑
Wed Aug 21, 2019 5:55 am
I got it working now on another TV.
Manjaro did not recognize the one TV correctly, (or vice versa) , same as with the
pi4B-raspbian booting cards.
However there I could solve it by booting from the pi3 and then switching the HDMI cable
to the pi4. This does not work with Manjaro. (no signal)
I didn't like all the password things - I mean, it's my little pi, noone else is using it, why do I
need passwords and complicated permissions ?
Then came the positive surprise : cfish [chess] compiled in ubuntu on the Odroid-N2 ran with 1850kn/s !
On the Odroid-N2 it had 2300kn/s, the default raspbian stockfish only gets 1050kn/s,
the optimized cfish-r3 compile from raspbian had 1300kn/s in raspbian but didn't run in Manjaro.
Then I did exactly the same thing again with another card but cfish didn't run.
I Copied cfish-o1 to the manjaro-card on a Llnux-PC
setoption name threads value 4
it's tedius ... they should sell the Manjaro-pi4B cards, installed with default parameters without passwords