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  1. There is a acestream for armv7 processors here https://github.com/sshmanko/acestream-armv7 And this is how I installed it cd /tmp wget https://github.com/sshmanko/acestream-armv7/archive/3.1.30.tar.gz cd /opt sudo tar -zxf /tmp/3.1.30.tar.gz sudo mv acestream-armv7-3.1.30 acestream cd acestream sudo leafpad acestream.conf under --login, change re.place@me for your mail under --password change ReplaceMe for your own password sudo ./acestream.start Open this url on your browser Click "Add Content" to add channel using their "CONTENT ID" and click "ADD TO PLAYLIST" When you finish, click on "PLAYLIST URL" Copy your local address, mine is if you dont have vlc, install it sudo apt-get install vlc and now launch the vlc with the url vlc To change channel, use N for next and P for frevious I tried to do it with mpv, but the play list didnt worked as expected, the < and > didnt worked at all To know more about acestream, like add it as service https://github.com/sshmanko/acestream-armv7
  2. I agree, the more you use it the closer you get to its end, but i haven experienced that with my kingston, and i ran it on a raspberry pi with raspbian for almost 3 years, with only 1 GB of ram, so i swapped a lot and i have the beelink gt1 ultimate+samsumg evo since july working all day, and still endures it, when it stop working i will have to buy another evo 32 GB for 7-8 euros and rethink the use of the swap file, for now im looking to use it according to my needs... and stressing it only some times.
  3. another change to gain a bit more of memory is vim .config/psd/psd.conf look for #USE_OVERLAYFS="no" and change for USE_OVERLAYFS="yes" you can restart the system, or close your browser and systemctl --user stop psd.service systemctl --user start psd.service More info about this https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Profile-sync-daemon#What_is_overlayfs_mode.3F https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Profile-sync-daemon
  4. I have a samsumg evo sdcard, one of the tops in performance according to So trying this with very slow sd cards probably wont produce a benefit Im using balbes 5.55 armbian I installed a swapfile with 2G , with sudo apt-get install dphys-swapfile sudo vim /etc/dphys-swapfile look for #CONF_SWAPSIZE= and change for CONF_SWAPSIZE=2000 then restart the system or sudo dphys-swapfile swapon It can take seconds (in my samsung evo) or 20 minutes (on an old kingston and raspberry pi running raspbian), so dont worry if it takes half hour the first run needs to create the swapfile, and its huge my beelink gt1 ultimate comes with 3 GB of ram, but i was only able to boot it using a dtb (meson-gxm-q200.dtb) that gives me 2 GB, so when i open 10 tabs in my browser i start with problems and freezes.... i know, its too much, but im used to it, so doing this im able to browser better the swapfile will start at boot every time as service, so you dont have to enter any command after this As pointed by talraash
  5. sudo: /usr/bin/sudo must be owned by uid 0 and have the setuid bit set That kind of problem. Option 1 Control + Alt + F3 log in as root and live without sudo Option 2 Open a terminal ssh root@ and log in as root Option 3 copy this to a file named /tmp/armbiansudo.txt chown root:root /usr/bin/sudo chmod 4755 /usr/bin/sudo chown root:root /usr/lib/sudo/sudoers.so chmod 4755 /usr/lib/sudo/sudoers.so chown root:root /etc/sudoers chown root:root /etc/sudoers.d /etc/sudoers.d/README /var/lib/sudo And now follow option 1 or option 2 and type this on a root term bash /tmp/armbiansudo.txt I think sudo gave me problems in the past, I suspect it was behind some permissions problems that made me reinstall the OS, so i would recommend option 1 or option 2, I tried option 3 to test if the fix still worked before post it here, I would post here if I have problems again.
  6. Try mpv --vd=h264_v4l2m2m -v --hwdec=vaapi Desktop/Test.mp4 mpv --vd=h264_v4l2m2m -v Desktop/Test.mp4 ffplay -vcodec h264_v4l2m2m Desktop/Test.mp4 mpv --no-config --hwdec=auto Desktop/Test.mp4 Also versions mpv --version ffmpeg 0.29 mpv should be better for this
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    How to install flash

    Im using balbes 5.55 Linux aml 4.18.0-aml-s9xxx #51 SMP PREEMPT Sun Sep 9 09:14:34 MSK 2018 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux but the browser is armhf , not arm64 , so i think im on arm64 system running a 32 bit browser... 'but thats my guess, i dont have a deep wisdom... like i didnt know what arch i was using...
  8. I went to https://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian/pool/ui/r/rpi-chromium-mods/ and then wget https://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian/pool/ui/r/rpi-chromium-mods/rpi-chromium-mods_20180910_armhf.deb after that control+alt+F3 and logged as root apt-get update apt-get install chromium-browser:armhf dpkg --force-all -i /home/user/rpi-chromium-mods_20180910_armhf.deb vim /etc/chromium-browser/customizations/00-rpi-vars look for change it for if you want to put the last version, you can look the number here https://get.adobe.com/es/flashplayer/ Then is open the chromium and go to the web you want, and click the padlock at the left of the url , click site settings, click flash, allow If flash is updated, go here https://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian/pool/ui/r/rpi-chromium-mods/ and install the last armhf .deb , and change the version on /etc/chromium-browser/customizations/00-rpi-vars , you can see here the version number https://get.adobe.com/es/flashplayer/ It should work in all armbians Something related