gnasch

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  1. bump - where could I find the relevant kernel sources? Did the armbian project patch this legacy kernel? Thanks gnasch
  2. Hi twilipi then it is clear. when you connect your two clients with a cable there is no DHCP server in this "network". So the desperate clients will construct an APIPA Address to try and communicate. But when you connect the clients to your internet router, the DHCP server in it will give an other address to each client. you have to find out these new addresses! First on your macbook, say it will be something like 192.168.x.y. Then you can find out the address of your router, often 192.168.x.1. and once you have this you enter your routers web interface with http://address.of.your.router . There you can find out, what address it assigned to our opi, often in a list called "home network" or "DHCP table". Finally connect to your opi at this address.
  3. Hello, today I want to connect the OpiPcPlus to a Flexscan S1921 Monitor. I select h3disp -m 33 -d to use my *tested* hdmi-to-dvi cable and reboot. Now the monitor complains: fV: 59.9 Hz fH: 63.9 kHz fD: 161.7 MHz ****red*** this seems too high because VESA mode should use a pixel frequency of 108MHz which is also the spec of the monitor. 1280x1024 @ 60Hz (VESA) hsync: 64.0kHz 1280x1024 108.0 1280 1328 1440 1688 1024 1025 1028 1066 +hsync +vsync The pixel frequency seems too high for the 60 Hz image refresh, it corresponds to 85 Hz. I am using legacy kernel: Linux JagOpi 3.4.113-sun8i #10 SMP PREEMPT Thu Feb 23 19:55:00 CET 2017 armv7l GNU/Linux Any ideas? Thanks, gnasch
  4. Hi did you check this thread? https://forum.armbian.com/index.php?/topic/1080-tiny-3-lcd-on-orange-pi/#comment-29367 best, gnasch
  5. @christos - did you inform xunlong (forum or email) about the flaw? thx, gnasch
  6. I had good experience with OpiPcPlus, its wifi is reasonably working and it can be used as an "always on" PC as long as you do not want to decode video within the browser. OpiPc(without plus) is working here for almost a year as a small public DNS server, no problems at all. Updates are bad though because the wifi driver for the external UsbWifi dongle has to be recompiled with every kernel change. Please look for a stable 5V2A supply and one of the recommended SD cards, then you should be fine. best, gnasch
  7. Programs compiled for AMD64 will not execute on ARM CPU's under armbian. This is not the problem of armbian, you would have to emulate the AMD64 CPU for doing this. Easier to select another program or look for an Intel NUC. hth, gnasch
  8. Hello change language best, gnasch
  9. how about systemctl stop log2ram.service install apache, run first time creating directory, systemctl start log2ram.service
  10. apt-cache show usbmount apt-cache show pmount best, gnasch
  11. Hi Please verify quality of your power supply and your cabling. HDD motor takes a lot of current when starting.
  12. man screen I seem to remember that screen can reattach itself to an existing session, duplicating it. best, gnasch
  13. According to https://linux-sunxi.org/Xunlong_Orange_Pi_Plus#SATA this should work, if you provide sufficient power of good quality. There seems to be no 2TB limit mentioned in the gl830 sata bridge datasheet here: http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/207044/GENESYS/GL830.html best, gnasch
  14. here is mine on opi pc: systemd-analyze blame 6.009s shorewall.service 4.820s armhwinfo.service 2.048s rpimonitor.service 2.016s alsa-restore.service 1.988s sec.service 1.729s networking.service 1.727s ifplugd.service 1.521s rc-local.service 1.279s hostapd.service 1.269s hddtemp.service 1.260s lirc.service 1.208s gpm.service 1.149s systemd-udev-trigger.service 1.147s rpimonitor-helper.service 1.129s loadcpufreq.service 1.048s ntp.service 1.019s systemd-setup-dgram-qlen.service 1.004s systemd-journal-flush.service 939ms fake-hwclock.service 879ms keyboard-setup.service 720ms dev-mqueue.mount 647ms rsyslog.service 639ms kmod-static-nodes.service 623ms sys-kernel-debug.mount 619ms blacklists.service 619ms systemd-modules-load.service 609ms keymap.service 549ms systemd-user-sessions.service 509ms console-setup.service 499ms systemd-sysctl.service 410ms kbd.service 359ms cpufrequtils.service 359ms systemd-tmpfiles-setup-dev.service 319ms systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service 214ms sys-fs-fuse-connections.mount 209ms hdparm.service 199ms systemd-random-seed.service 191ms var-swap.swap 189ms udev-finish.service 169ms shorewall6.service 159ms systemd-update-utmp.service 115ms user@0.service 114ms systemd-logind.service 113ms systemd-udevd.service 89ms sysfsutils.service 79ms systemd-remount-fs.service 43ms systemd-update-utmp-runlevel.service 42ms systemd-tmpfiles-clean.service 11ms tmp.mount is there a problem with network or name resolution? dns timeouts? gnasch
  15. Hi, you have included no information. Do you look at boot output? try systemd-analyze blame best, gnasch