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    Igor reacted to Matthai in The repository 'http://apt.armbian.com bokworm Release' does not have a Release file.   
    Oh, thanks. Stupid me.
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    Igor got a reaction from He Qichen in RaspberryPi 4B kernel serial output   
    https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/6425
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    Igor got a reaction from jock in CSC Armbian for RK322x TV box boards   
    Temporarily network maintenance issue at that segment Sadly can't fix remote. Tomorrow...

    Wrote on mobile

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    Igor got a reaction from vbk in apt-get update fails with public key errors   
    Key is not deprecated, method is. On Noble / Sid and future.
     
    sudo wget https://apt.armbian.com/armbian.key -O key sudo gpg --dearmor < key | sudo tee /usr/share/keyrings/armbian.gpg > /dev/null sudo chmod go+r /usr/share/keyrings/armbian.gpg sudo echo "deb [arch=$(dpkg --print-architecture) signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/armbian.gpg] http://apt.armbian.com $(lsb_release -cs) main $(lsb_release -cs)-utils $(lsb_release -cs)-desktop" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/armbian.list apt update  
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    Igor got a reaction from ich777 in RockPi-E enabling UART1 and OTG using custom DT overlays   
    Open a PR here https://github.com/armbian/build/tree/main/patch/kernel/archive/rockchip-6.1/overlay
     
     
    If he doesn't want to be contacted, there is nothing we can do. This is volunteering position at best effort principle. Some have time, interests and love, some don't. When we notice maintainer becomes unresponsive, board is (at release cycle) moved from "Standard" to "Community support" unless someone else take it over ...
     
    https://github.com/ich777/pikvm-rockpi-e
    This would be much better to be done as extension to the build framework.
    Examples:
    https://github.com/armbian/os/blob/main/userpatches/extensions/ha.sh
    https://github.com/armbian/os/blob/main/userpatches/extensions/openhab.sh
    Docs:
    https://docs.armbian.com/Developer-Guide_Extensions/
    There is another person, that is around, doing similar https://github.com/srepac/kvmd-armbian perhaps teaming up and do it properly & maintainable? And with IMO less efforts.
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    Igor got a reaction from djurny in Re-Run the first login script   
    Try with:
     
    sudo touch /root/.not_logged_in_yet  
    + reboot.
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    Igor got a reaction from Kalobok in Armbian with preinstalled Home Assistant supervised   
    Yes. I have also updated instructions in the 1st post.
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    Igor got a reaction from Kalobok in Armbian with preinstalled Home Assistant supervised   
    Download Armbian with HA
    Then boot the image, wait few minutes and login via http://ip_address_of_armbian_running_ha:8123 (official onboarding manual)
     
    Home Assistant Supervised is, more or less, a full blown Home assistant.
     


    Main difference between HA OS and Armbian with HA is that underlying OS here is clean Armbian Debian Bookworm and there is custom dedicated buildroot OS that is provided for a few single board computers, primarily for Raspberry Pi. We provide HA on a small selection of single board computers, but in theory, its possible to run this on (almost) all that are possible to build.
     

    I am running HA on Odroid N2+ and it works without any problems. I have z-wave network with sensors and switches, air humidifier, Android TV, Android phones, dishwasher, ... Things works flawlessly, much better then few years back when I started with home automation for a first time, with OpenHab. This time it was setup from scratch and in a matter of days, most of devices are in function, playing with automation.
     
    Tested on:
    Odroid N2/N2+ Odroid M1 Nanopi R4S Uefi-x86 Khadas VIM1S Khadas VIM4 (Amlogic vendor kernel trouble, failing / need inspection) Bananapi M2 Pro  
    Provided for but untested (images you find on board downloads locations, seek them here https://www.armbian.com/download/😞

     
     
    DIY

    Contribute
     
    Support:
    single board computer hardware https://www.armbian.com/bugs home assistant functions https://community.home-assistant.io/
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    Igor got a reaction from Kalobok in Armbian with preinstalled Home Assistant supervised   
    Today I went and update OS packages on my Odroid N2 running Armbian HA instance. Logs:
     
     
    I did reboot after this, then update Home Assistant Core via HA web interface to latest version 2024.2.3

    All went fine!
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    Igor reacted to Werner in Raspberry Pi4 apt-get update problems   
    Yeah, why not. As CSC of course.
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    Igor reacted to joekhoobyar in Radxa 25W PoE Hat   
    At least for legacy kernels, it possible to use Radxa's overlay for the 25W PoE hat.
     
    This should allow you to use the PWM fan on the PoE hat.
     
    #!/bin/bash # Install linux headers apt-get install -y linux-headers-legacy-rk35xx # Download and compile the device tree overlay h=/usr/src/linux-headers-$(uname -r) wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/radxa/overlays/f2679399887b678dec62cb50cb44c767a2bcb293/arch/arm64/boot/dts/rockchip/overlays/rock-5b-radxa-25w-poe.dts cpp -nostdinc -I $h/include -I $h/arch -undef -x assembler-with-cpp rock-5b-radxa-25w-poe.dts | dtc -I dts -O dtb -o rock-5b-radxa-25w-poe.dtbo # Install device tree overlay mkdir -p /boot/overlay-user mv rock-5b-radxa-25w-poe.dtbo /boot/overlay-user echo 'user_overlays=rock-5b-radxa-25w-poe' >>/boot/armbianEnv.txt  
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    Igor reacted to BOFFBOY in Kudos for the new version - OPi5+   
    i agree.. thank you team
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    Igor reacted to ricardo_brz in Kudos for the new version - OPi5+   
    I'd like to congratulate you for a great release (24.2.1) with KDE! I was looking for a guide to install KDE in a minimum version, but I could not trim it down enough, and this release solved my issues.
     
    Everything is working smoothly, video acceleration is there, Wi-Fi (AX210) is there, bluetooth is there! A real pleasure to use.
     
    Best, team!
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    Igor got a reaction from s100sic in CSC Armbian for RK3318/RK3328 TV box boards   
    I am open for this idea - one of you needs to take responsibility to make it happen - I'll just run the build once is in the system. Can be discussed on regular developers meetings.
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    Igor got a reaction from Patrick Zajda in Armbian with preinstalled Home Assistant supervised   
    Download Armbian with HA
    Then boot the image, wait few minutes and login via http://ip_address_of_armbian_running_ha:8123 (official onboarding manual)
     
    Home Assistant Supervised is, more or less, a full blown Home assistant.
     


    Main difference between HA OS and Armbian with HA is that underlying OS here is clean Armbian Debian Bookworm and there is custom dedicated buildroot OS that is provided for a few single board computers, primarily for Raspberry Pi. We provide HA on a small selection of single board computers, but in theory, its possible to run this on (almost) all that are possible to build.
     

    I am running HA on Odroid N2+ and it works without any problems. I have z-wave network with sensors and switches, air humidifier, Android TV, Android phones, dishwasher, ... Things works flawlessly, much better then few years back when I started with home automation for a first time, with OpenHab. This time it was setup from scratch and in a matter of days, most of devices are in function, playing with automation.
     
    Tested on:
    Odroid N2/N2+ Odroid M1 Nanopi R4S Uefi-x86 Khadas VIM1S Khadas VIM4 (Amlogic vendor kernel trouble, failing / need inspection) Bananapi M2 Pro  
    Provided for but untested (images you find on board downloads locations, seek them here https://www.armbian.com/download/😞

     
     
    DIY

    Contribute
     
    Support:
    single board computer hardware https://www.armbian.com/bugs home assistant functions https://community.home-assistant.io/
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    Igor got a reaction from flatterrich in apt-get update fails with public key errors   
    Key is not deprecated, method is. On Noble / Sid and future.
     
    sudo wget https://apt.armbian.com/armbian.key -O key sudo gpg --dearmor < key | sudo tee /usr/share/keyrings/armbian.gpg > /dev/null sudo chmod go+r /usr/share/keyrings/armbian.gpg sudo echo "deb [arch=$(dpkg --print-architecture) signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/armbian.gpg] http://apt.armbian.com $(lsb_release -cs) main $(lsb_release -cs)-utils $(lsb_release -cs)-desktop" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/armbian.list apt update  
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    Igor got a reaction from puzzle9 in apt-get update fails with public key errors   
    Key is not deprecated, method is. On Noble / Sid and future.
     
    sudo wget https://apt.armbian.com/armbian.key -O key sudo gpg --dearmor < key | sudo tee /usr/share/keyrings/armbian.gpg > /dev/null sudo chmod go+r /usr/share/keyrings/armbian.gpg sudo echo "deb [arch=$(dpkg --print-architecture) signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/armbian.gpg] http://apt.armbian.com $(lsb_release -cs) main $(lsb_release -cs)-utils $(lsb_release -cs)-desktop" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/armbian.list apt update  
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    Igor reacted to SteeMan in Orange Pi Zero 3   
    When you have been involved with Armbian for a length of time (and read a few of igor's rants 🙂 ) you will realize why what was said here will not be received well by many within Armbian.
    It isn't that what you are saying isn't a reasonable comment.  The problem is that Armbian is under resourced by probably an order of magnitude.  Discussions are continually occurring on how the project can survive let alone move forward.  Many of those conversations involve discussing how more can be done with less resources, ways to cut features/scope to make what exists manageable.  So by you saying to "put [more work] onto developers in Armbian is far better than ..." you are hitting a nerve.  In the current environment that will never pass muster.  Any proposed solution needs to maintain or reduce developer work in the long term.  So any feature suggestion is going to be measured first against that metric, then secondarily by the merits of that feature. 
     
    This whole dtd discussion is fundamentally a request for a new feature for Armbian.  Regardless of the merits of your focus on the end user experience, that isn't the way Armbian has handled dtbs in any of the existing boards that are supported.  I'm not saying that what exists is good or desireable, but it is what it is.  Can it be improved, sure.  Can it be improved and at the same time not increase maintenance costs going forward, maybe.
     
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    Igor got a reaction from suser in [Solved] Impossible to disable IPv6   
    nmtui-edit Select interface, go to IPV6 and switch to "ignore". Perhaps you will need to restart.
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    Igor reacted to J.Ayuso in RPi5 kernel headers   
    Thank you so much for your support!
    I can compile drivers now.
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    Igor reacted to jmaus in RPi5 kernel headers   
    Absolute awesome. Thank you @Igor for the fast response. Now all the kernel and kernel headers are there and I can compile additional kernel modules. Highly appreciated!
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    Igor got a reaction from jmaus in RPi5 kernel headers   
    6.1.74 current and 6.6.13 edge are going to be available on stable repository shortly after this is done:
    https://github.com/armbian/os/actions/runs/7708966983
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    Igor got a reaction from dusikasss in Armbian with preinstalled Home Assistant supervised   
    Download Armbian with HA
    Then boot the image, wait few minutes and login via http://ip_address_of_armbian_running_ha:8123 (official onboarding manual)
     
    Home Assistant Supervised is, more or less, a full blown Home assistant.
     


    Main difference between HA OS and Armbian with HA is that underlying OS here is clean Armbian Debian Bookworm and there is custom dedicated buildroot OS that is provided for a few single board computers, primarily for Raspberry Pi. We provide HA on a small selection of single board computers, but in theory, its possible to run this on (almost) all that are possible to build.
     

    I am running HA on Odroid N2+ and it works without any problems. I have z-wave network with sensors and switches, air humidifier, Android TV, Android phones, dishwasher, ... Things works flawlessly, much better then few years back when I started with home automation for a first time, with OpenHab. This time it was setup from scratch and in a matter of days, most of devices are in function, playing with automation.
     
    Tested on:
    Odroid N2/N2+ Odroid M1 Nanopi R4S Uefi-x86 Khadas VIM1S Khadas VIM4 (Amlogic vendor kernel trouble, failing / need inspection) Bananapi M2 Pro  
    Provided for but untested (images you find on board downloads locations, seek them here https://www.armbian.com/download/😞

     
     
    DIY

    Contribute
     
    Support:
    single board computer hardware https://www.armbian.com/bugs home assistant functions https://community.home-assistant.io/
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    Igor reacted to Deoptim in Instruction on how to use wireless WoL (Wake on LAN) using RTL8189FS (RTL8189FTV) module   
    Instruction on how to use wireless WoL (Wake on LAN) using RTL8189FS example in Armbian 23.x Bookworm
    (This wireless WIFI adapter is installed in Oprange Pi Lite/Oprange Pi Plus(2E)/Orange Pi Zero Plus/Oprange Pi PC Plus/Oprange Pi 2/etc...)
     
    1. First of all we need to change the device tree configuration file dts file for our single board. The point is that for most WIFI drivers for SDIO interface there is a normal configuration of single board wake-up via interrupt and therefore there is no need to go into dts. In the driver for RTL8189FS (aka RTL8189FTV) there is NO such feature as "host-wake" interrupt and we will have to make small changes to wake up the single board when Magic packet (WoL) is detected through the "gpio-keys" button module.
    The same method will most likely work for the related RTL8189ES (aka RTL8189ETV) adapter, but keep in mind that here you will most likely need other settings in the dts file, since the gpios (for wifi_rst and wifi_wake) for your single-board adapter will be under a different number.
     
     
    2 The second step is to compile and install a new driver for RTL8189FS with WoL function enabled, I will do it on the single board itself. You can also do cross compilation (do it on your computer).
     
     
    3. How to use WoL.
     
     
    4. Additionally.
     
     
    wol-wakeup-for-rtl8189fs.dts.txt
    QuickStartGuideforWOW.399483868.pdf
    Link to original source
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    Igor reacted to pinie_pinie in Odroid XU-4 NAS Hard drives automatically in standby   
    Hello, First of all, thank you very much for your support and your work on the system. I can imagine how much work goes into this project. As feedback, I would like to share my findings. As I said, I have little knowledge of Linux. But maybe they will help others. The downgrade to kernel 5.4 was unsuccessful under "jammy". It just didn't work. I loaded “bookworm” and it worked there without any problems. Of course I'm not an expert, but I followed the same steps. Anyway, just for information. You were right, under kernel 5.4 the "rc.local" is evaluated with the hdparm command and works. I continued testing. On kernel 6.1 I uninstalled "hdparm" and installed "hd-idle". Under Kernel 6.1 "hd-idle" works without problems. I'm excited. So from my point of view the following conclusion: Kernel 5.4 "hdparm" does not work under Kernel 6.1. I continue to use Kernel 6.1 and send my hard drives to sleep with "hd-idle". You can certainly assess or classify my findings better. In any case, my problem is solved with your support. Thank you for that!!! I found out that “plex” can be installed under armbian-config. My system runs very smoothly with Armbian + Plex on my XU-4. Thank you!!!!
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