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  1. Maybe following these steps in other thread but changing Spanish by Dutch. For me the key step is purging the existing locales.
  2. Using Etcher is very easy. You only need to download the correct image for your board from armbian\download page Insert de microSD card in your PC with USB adaptor o microSD to SD in a proper SD reader And Flash!
  3. I write a basic introduction to Docker on Armbina in Spanish but maybe you can follow the steps:
  4. Mmmm new ExaGear running!
  5. No, ODROID-U3 is not supported and I suppose that's is not going to happen. You must use the hardkernel official images.
  6. The Khadas Vim board uses USB-C
  7. new info about ASUS Tinker Board includig links to the ASUS official OS = TinkerOS Debian & TinkerOS Kodi
  8. Any chance to have Asus Tinker Board support as spin-off of MiQi armbian?
  9. OK, thanks. You discover to me in other post the boards using USB to SATA converter and the bad decision of buying this cheat way of having SATA connections.
  10. I add two images from the other side of the board. I don't know if the JMICRON chip is an USB HUB or only the SATA and mSATA converter.
  11. Orange Pi Zero NAS Expansion Board with SATA, mSATA using internal HUB USB with UASP capable chip, 2x USB and AV Port more info in this cnx-software post: I want to share this new expansion board to read some interesting feedback here.
  12. Really proud to be part of this! I have OPiOne, OPiLite and Beelink X2 with on-board Wi-Fi RTL8189ES. I think in test Beelink X2 because the OPiOne and Lite are quite popular but if at the end of this recruitment these boards are orphans I can addopt another one.
  13. Maybe you can use an Omega2 board because is an access point hardware with a router oriented OS, openwrt, and is cheap and is configured as access point by default. Also the C.H.I.P. board has an on-board Wi-Fi with a decent community and a lot of tutorials explaining how to configure as access point, including the capability of run by battery.
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    Yes. is completely and always in Spanish, the XFCE GUI and the Terminal. You can check here but I repeat also just below. The steps are: 1. Remove and reinstall the locales from the Terminal / console / CLI: sudo apt-get purge locales sudo apt-get install locales 2. Configure the locales choosing Spanish, es_ES UTF-8: sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales 3. Confirm that everything is OK using locale command: locale If some line is not es_ES.UTF-8 you must change doing: export LANGUAGE=es_ES.UTF-8 export LANG=es_ES.UTF-8 4. And after that regenerate the locales: sudo locale-gen es_ES.UTF-8 5. And finally install the language pack for the common apps like LibreOffice and Firefox: sudo apt-get install libreoffice-help-es libreoffice-l10n-es firefox-l10n-es-es
  15. Yes, the Orange Pi normally run hot, but is normal and using a passive heatsink is enough to keep temperature in a reasonable range. These are recommended by @tkaiser