Igor

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    Igor got a reaction from guidol in [Experiment] armbian on NanoPi A64   
    If you get this working, send a PR (to dev and next) and you don't need to worry about  In case board works well, we could also add an image ... we have it for some other CSC targets as well.
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    Igor reacted to Hijax in THE testing thread   
    Small progress update -
     fresh photo.
     
     
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    Igor got a reaction from norrest in bl070-lvds-003 display connecting   
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    Igor got a reaction from manuti in 4kp30 video on Orange Pi Lite and mainline hardware acceleration   
    I made an archive/backup when you said down.nu is going to be closed. And also more or less forget about  
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    Igor got a reaction from uiop in Helios4 Support   
    16TB is partition/volume limit. Whatever goes below that is fine.
     
    You can mount drives separate, but can't join them into one volume that is larger than 16TB. It's 32bit OS/hardware limit.
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    Igor got a reaction from guidol in Orange Pi Zero LTS Incorrect Temps Reported   
    I think this partially explains
    https://github.com/megous/linux/commit/0376281ed8ef09e81dbc6ce72a7b3f7b675962b5#diff-445fc9c5ea648f3611cc61ce04a601ef
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    Igor reacted to skat in Helios4: 3D printable bracket for 4 x 2.5" disks   
    Hi, I am using 4 x 2.5 inch disks in the standard Helios4 enclosure. Instead of Laser cutting the smaller enclosure I created a simple 3D printable bracket for it which I'd like to share.
     
    For those interested its here:  https://www.katerkamp.de/maker/helios4/helios4-and-diskbracket.xhtml
     
    Including FreeCAD source and STL files.
     
    Have fun :-)
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    Igor got a reaction from Daniel The Wise in Switching DTB how?   
    I help a lot, but can help everyone whenever they want. Your request is also far above contract you have.
     

    Perhaps it looks like like a irrational decision, but its not -> crappy and wrong(!) manuals, low quality product and incompetent people have great potential for huge waste of time if you go that path. I have to remind you that dealing with (this shitty) hardware and with you is 99% sponsored from our private pocket. If you have problem me not helping you, read as "I refuse or don't have to pay for dealing with you".
     

      Here, people will gladly help you. Ups, they want money for wasting their time. That's really strange, right?
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    Igor got a reaction from lanefu in Repository uploader 2.0   
    Its (always) a compromise 
     
    The primary reason for this upgrade is to have a better working solution for easy experimenting with things as such: https://forum.armbian.com/topic/11424-playing-with-limamesa-mali-drivers/ 
     
    Initial upload repository size will be addressed (recreating/truncating), while for upload limit, there is nothing I can do. On the other hand Github has advantages, like existing user management ... for one user this is not a problem.
     
    The bulk of the job surrounding this change is elsewhere - package management RFC - rebuild is done much faster/in parallel, cleaning is more efficient ... 
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    Igor got a reaction from Werner in Repository uploader 2.0   
    Its (always) a compromise 
     
    The primary reason for this upgrade is to have a better working solution for easy experimenting with things as such: https://forum.armbian.com/topic/11424-playing-with-limamesa-mali-drivers/ 
     
    Initial upload repository size will be addressed (recreating/truncating), while for upload limit, there is nothing I can do. On the other hand Github has advantages, like existing user management ... for one user this is not a problem.
     
    The bulk of the job surrounding this change is elsewhere - package management RFC - rebuild is done much faster/in parallel, cleaning is more efficient ... 
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    Igor got a reaction from _r9 in Forum upgrade planned for May 2nd   
    Updated to 4.4.6.
    https://invisioncommunity.com/release-notes/446-r87/
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    Igor got a reaction from _r9 in Forum upgrade planned for May 2nd   
    Updated to 4.4.5
    https://invisioncommunity.com/release-notes/445-r86/
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    Igor got a reaction from _r9 in Forum upgrade planned for May 2nd   
    Cosmetic issues may appear during the procedure and fixing them might take from hours to days.
     
    Starting early in the morning, backup late in the evening CET.

    Upgrade from v4.3.6 -> 4.4.3

    What's new:
    https://invisioncommunity.com/release-notes/440-r81/
    https://invisioncommunity.com/release-notes/441-r82/
    https://invisioncommunity.com/release-notes/442-r83/
    https://invisioncommunity.com/release-notes/443-r84/
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    Igor got a reaction from Daniel The Wise in How to overclock Banana Pi with stable Armbian Linux version 4.19.62-sunxi   
    https://www.armbian.com/get-involved/
     

    Those are user land limitations, but what you are looking for is below. HW encoded limitations which are set in the "bios" / u-boot. Ergo. I limit scope of your search, send you to I am sure correct destination, but from here you are on your own to find and change/things. 
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    Igor reacted to smemsh in NanoPC-T4 latest-stable won't boot after initial package update   
    I tried booting off sdcard and then immediately installing to eMMC, rebooting, and *then* running upgrades.  Now it reboots ok after doing the upgrade on eMMC instead of the sdcard.  I can't explain this.  I had installed a stretch 5.0.0 nightly a while ago, but it didn't see my NVMe (Samsung 970 EVO).  At some point I was booting off sdcard again because the 4.4 installer can see my SSD, then left it alone a few months.  when I came back I started over with a fresh 4.4 sdcard image and then the above reported sequence happened.

    Furthermore, console=serial in armbianEnv.txt seems to work now.  I am perplexed how this could work on eMMC, but not on sdcard.  I dont understand how that can be so, but everything is working.  Thanks greatly for your help!
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    Igor reacted to _r9 in Summer update. Bust.er4all boards   
    Upgrade on a Banana Pi bpi-m2+ and on a Solid-Run Clearfog base also works like a charm
     
    I had a problem with my iptables rules. Buster changes the system to use nf_tables or so. I had no time yet to look deeper into this. So for whom that needs the iptables rules, you can switch back to iptables.
     
    update-alternatives --set iptables /usr/sbin/iptables-legacy  
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    Igor got a reaction from _r9 in Summer update. Bust.er4all boards   
    v5.90 / 7.7.2019
    All images were updated. It mainly goes for a bugfix update, cleanup, adding Debian Buster release. Beware that software maturity with Buster is not just there yet (even it was declared stable) and with some applications (like OMV) you will encounter problems. Kernel/BSP wise, Debian Buster is the same, uses Armbian kernel, as our other builds. Most of the builds were briefly tested, but bugs might be hiding somewhere. This is the best what is out there thanks to greater Debian community, those around boards and of course ours which pushes generic Debian/Linux to the sky . Enjoy the summer time.
     
    What's new? -> https://docs.armbian.com/Release_Changelog/
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    Igor got a reaction from Eemeien in Gt9xx driver / opipc+   
    For such operation you need some experiences. There are no shortcuts, but perhaps starts this way:
    https://forum.armbian.com/search/?q=GT911&fromCSE=1
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    Igor got a reaction from zonegrise in Not able to boot   
    https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_Getting-Started/
     
    Try images with kernel 4.9.y https://www.armbian.com/cubox-i/ Those are directly tied to official u-boot/kernel sources.
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    Igor reacted to Click in OrangePi R1 RTWHALXT runs 100% CPU   
    I just upgraded to nightly and installed linux 5.3, so far it seems to be solved. I even tested with iperf3.
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    Igor reacted to maxlinux2000 in OctoPrint + Motion in armbian-config   
    I will try to hack the armbian-config softy modules  
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    Igor reacted to sfx2000 in [Info] NanoPi Neo/Neo2-OLED-Hat does work with armbian   
    Spent some time to sort out things... not a kernel issue...
     
    ended up being that systemctl rc.local.service was exiting based on a bad entry in rc.local that was calling dnsmasq as a systemd resource, and it failed.
     
    Since the rc.local.service fails, oled-start doesn't run
     
    Don't ask me how dnsmasq service ever got into my rc.local, along with an iptables-restore entry - as I don't recall...
     
    Might have been when I was trying to help one of our forum members out with AP mode stuff...
     
    I've never been the biggest fan of systemd - it is things like this where one can get nested items that make it hard to troubleshoot. 
     
     
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    Igor got a reaction from ravelo in offically support Khadas VIM?   
    https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_Getting-Started/
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    Igor got a reaction from TonyMac32 in offically support Khadas VIM?   
    Added (untested) nightly images:
    https://dl.armbian.com/kvim1/