I was lazy and had already put my soldering iron away so didn't want to solder the vcc from the arduino to the ch340. So what I did was remove the jumper from 5v to vcc on the ch340 and used female-to-male jumpers from 5v and vcc on the ch340 and put them on the same row on the breadboard so in essence using the breadboard row for a jumper. Then I tapped off that same row with a female-to-male jumper and connected it to vcc on the arduino. Worked perfectly. Hopefully the picture will make sense. The orange at the top of the picture is 5v on the ch340 and black is vcc. The purple jumper is the tap from the orange and black jumpers to vcc on the arduino.
Have you tried a different monitor? I had a monitor that I was using an hdmi to dvi cable that wouldn't work at first. When I switched to a monitor with an actual hdmi input, it worked fine.
Check your private messages.
Awesome! Looks like you soldered jumpers directly to the LCD module? I was debating on doing that or trying to add a header strip.
Thanks! That fixed me up.
Ugh, I just ran into this. I was trying to use putty from another machine to remote into the OPi. I pulled up my router DHCP entries to find the ip address and there were about 10 entries from the OPI with different MAC addresses.
I couldn't get mine to connect even using the "nl80211" setting. A little more Googling turned up that using the second "none" in the same setting might work and it did for me. More information: https://forum.xojo.com/34681-orange-pi-lite-wifi-h...