FRANK333

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  1. @werner i was looking for but i haven't seen any so far, there is a device with only usb3 and 2 eth ports i saw but i would like to use direct M2.
  2. @Stuart Naylor I like this board because it has an M2 port that accepts the quectel em160 modem, with armbian and the appropriate management software you can build a cheap and very fast modem with about 1Gb of bandwidth. Too bad it doesn't have a second ethernet port. I will definitely buy it if it has armbian compatibility it costs 35USD.
  3. https://shop.allnetchina.cn/blogs/news/the-new-rock-3-model-a-co-developed-by-radxa-and-rockchip I wanted to use this beautiful board with virtual box and a quectel modem, to make a LTE router, can anyone tell me if armbian will be compatible?
  4. gounthar , If you intend to use rpi-monitor to control the temperatures of the sensors I recommend you to leave it alone, I use domoticz works well and it's simple, if you need more info open a new post.
  5. gounthar, activate 1wire, edit armbianEnv.txt, connect the sensor (with pull-up resistor) to the pi pins correctly, and it will work everything
  6. jhoney, uboot finds the .cmd file on the hdd, but this file is not written correctly (it seems to be an exact copy of the one on the sd) and then repeats for about ten times the operation and then freezes. If I could write the .cmd file correctly as it happens for the orangePizero+ it would work.
  7. continues my battle with U-boats, and I appeal to anyone who knows anything. Reading on the forum I found this command to control U-boot strings /dev/mtd0 | grep U-Boot and the result I wrote it in the spoiler below. I did not understand exactly what it means surely is an error during the installation of U-boot that I did with these commands : flash_erase /dev/mtd0 0 128 flashcp /usr/lib/linux-u-boot-next-orangepizero_5.90_armhf/u-boot-sunxi-with-spl.bin /dev/mtd0 Last experiment I compared the script nand-sata install on OP0 and OP0+ but I did not notice differences so the lack of recognition of the spi is to be found upstream.
  8. I also have an OP0+ I checked nand-sata-install and the option SPI=> USB instead exists. attached under the screen . Mysteries!
  9. Yes, I restarted. Finds the mtd0 partition root@orangepizero:~# cat /proc/mtd dev: size erasesize name mtd0: 00200000 00001000 "spi0.0"
  10. I tried martin twice as you suggested, but now when I start nand-sata-install I no longer appear the installation options but only the indication /dev/sda1 the type of formatting and then starts writing armbian on HDD. Mysteries!!!
  11. I think not, I copied with administrator privileges (ubuntu) the whole boot directory from sd to disk
  12. here I copied the directory /boot and changed UUID (there was already written the UUID of the hdd)