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    spacebass reacted to chradev in Armbian customization   
    Hi to All,
    Following the need to install and customize too many times RPI Monitor (for Lime2) I find useful to gzip in a single file all the staff have to be added or modified (in case of mainline kernel usage) afterwards. Reading all discussions, advises and own experience I succeed to reduce the procedure to a file and 5 easy steps:
    root@lime2:~# armbianmonitor -r // Check if RPI Monitor is working on: http://lime2-ip-address:8888/ root@lime2:~# tar -zxvf /path-to-archive/armbianmonitor.tar.gz -C / root@lime2:~# service rpimonitor restart // Check if RPI Monitor is customized on: http://lime2-ip-address:8888/ Find attached armbianmonitor.tar.gz file including a couple of goodies as well.
    On the other hand it is a time to offer RPI Monitor itself to be added to the main Armbian distribution because of:
    it is quite useful for almost all users its adding to the customization script is quite tricky to be leaved to the users its customization is board dependent and could be leaved to the users because the support is not finished yet Best regards
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    spacebass reacted to Igor in Docker on armbian!   
    It's working with this patch - added:
    Linux bananapim2 4.5.1-sunxi #3 SMP Tue Apr 19 11:23:03 CEST 2016 armv7l GNU/Linux Debian Jessie
    docker run -d -p 80:80 hypriot/rpi-busybox-httpd Unable to find image 'hypriot/rpi-busybox-httpd:latest' locally latest: Pulling from hypriot/rpi-busybox-httpd c74a9c6a645f: Pull complete 6f1938f6d8ae: Pull complete e1347d4747a6: Pull complete a3ed95caeb02: Pull complete Digest: sha256:c00342f952d97628bf5dda457d3b409c37df687c859df82b9424f61264f54cd1 Status: Downloaded newer image for hypriot/rpi-busybox-httpd:latest 875ad9221bbb5c6b2357bc52afa0083c1fc38ed61ecc522b03ef976be0844d77
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    spacebass got a reaction from Nikolai Asparuhov in Nodejs on Orange Pi PC   
    You're right the debian repos are stuck with 0.10, but you can build the latest version yourself:

    I'm about to test node on the Cubietruck soon. I compiled it successfully a few days ago but since I haven't decided if I should stick to armbian legacy or vanilla, I have not done any decent testing on node yet.  
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    spacebass got a reaction from Nikolai Asparuhov in Nodejs on Orange Pi PC   
    Yep, compiling it is bog-standard:
    wget tar -xzf node-latest.tar.gz cd [node folder] ./configure make sudo make install