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  1. how about systemctl stop log2ram.service install apache, run first time creating directory, systemctl start log2ram.service
  2. apt-cache show usbmount apt-cache show pmount best, gnasch
  3. Hi Please verify quality of your power supply and your cabling. HDD motor takes a lot of current when starting.
  4. man screen I seem to remember that screen can reattach itself to an existing session, duplicating it. best, gnasch
  5. According to 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: best, gnasch
  6. 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
  7. Hi, you have included no information. Do you look at boot output? try systemd-analyze blame best, gnasch
  8. OpiPcPlus is not equipped with a hardware clock. so your hwclock --test -D will always come up with a date 1.Jan.1970 + uptime. when ntp starts and the difference between the system clock and network servers is too high, it will not step the system clock. Usually on boot there is a call to ntpdate which will step the clock from the net. then ntpd is started and will keep time monotonous and synced to network time. Never had any problem with armbian and this mechanism. Is your network only ready very late in the boot process? hth, gnasch
  9. Hi Jon has your root filesystem filled up? may cause different problems. best, gnasch
  10. And waiting / hanging for 30s awfully smells like waiting for DNS to resolve something and running into a timeout. This does not happen here, please check. gnasch
  11. if your monitor is not of hdmi but of dvi type then you need to use the -d switch in h3disp utility.
  12. did you try to use h3disp as root user?
  13. Gentlemen didn't you hear the developer? Bring serial logs or be forgotten. Speculations don't help. best, gnasch
  14. I feel this forum to be most "international", in the sense that there is a lot of misunderstandings, eternal repetitions of always the same questions and unclear communications. Maybe we customers and/or testers are not that fluent in english to write correct error reports. Also searching in the forum is still a pain, and there are no pinned threads. Maybe you could attach a simple questionnaire to the nightly builds to be sent to a response address. Something with tick boxes for "boots, gives image on monitor, stays running more than one night, etc", and a little text field for comments. Might go a long way for reporting. Disclaimer: I am a fool and understand of nothing. Just my 2 cents. thanks for the great work! gnasch
  15. good that you have a working module! I think nmtui is the recommended tool for setting up network-manager. Best to clear out the old config and make new. best, gnasch