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  1. Orange Pi R1

    fulvio (The man behind Zeroshell) Are looking into migrating to Kernel 4.13.x The project looks damn cool.
  2. Web page(s) redesign

    1. How about a uploader top100 to motivate users to share bandwith with torrents ? and that way limit your bandwith use on your servers ? (if it´s a problem)
  3. Orange Pi R1

    same here, like I said, thats why I wont use the pulpstone image, but if they are using Armbian, then maybe they will update in the near future.
  4. Orange Pi R1

    The image is actually on Zeroshells homepage
  5. Orange Pi R1

    The old kernel is the reason I didn't use the pulpstone image, it do work on the R1 (wifi doesn't) but the old kernel is a no go. and looking around it seems that openwrt and the mainline kernel is not an option yet.
  6. Orange Pi R1

    Oh well, we are all mad in here Here is my expandable IoT backend with 4 Zeros, 1 R1 and a C.H.I.P. Going to be expanded with some new ZeroPlus. Why ? For fun . And yes openwrt is in the planing with the R1 so I can run them all away from my "private" network.
  7. Create an AP on Orange Pi Zero H2

    I did it, and never got it stable, It can run for 14 days, it can run for a few hours, BUT IT WILL CRASH. You need to configure your /etc/network/interfaces. to get it to work. Delete everything in it and set it up as you normally would and it should work. Right now you have probably just set up the wifi in there, but you need to add the eth to with either a dhcp or static setup. I guess you used the adafruit guide
  8. I'm using the Orange PI Plus2 as a MineCraft and Node-Red server with the newest Kernel from armbian (ARMBIAN 5.34.171116 nightly Debian GNU/Linux 8 (jessie) 4.13.12-sunxi ) and so far no problems at all, haven't testet Wi-Fi, but it´s running great, It never crashes, it never overheats, even when the kids are releasing a few thousand animals and the cpu is running for hours at max speed and hitting around 60C. I startet out with the Lobonto image before finding armbian, and it was really bad, the thing constantly overheatet and I was about to throw the thing in the bin. The Orange PI Plus2E is running Wordpress + NextCloud + Node-Red, and the story is the same here. Then I have 4 Orange PI Zero H2+, and they run great to with no crashes, just as long as I dont use the Wi-Fi. But thats not Armbian that is the issue as far as I know, It´s just a bad chip design that cant handle anything. I really hope the boardmakers are supporting Armbian, because without these developers, the boards would be worthless for most users.
  9. Yeal well just trying to save him some time, most of us with new orange boards ends up using amounts of time before finding armbian and get things running. Got both boards and with Armbian they just works.
  10. Why would you ?, when there are images for both cards in here ?. You wont find any other linux systems that runs as good as Armbian does, so using other systems is pretty pointless
  11. Orange Pi Zero Plus / H5 Chip

    Actually the sytem is ARMBIAN 5.34.171119 nightly Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS 4.13.13-sunxi64. my mistake Are there any other test I should run ?
  12. Orange Pi Zero Plus / H5 Chip

    Edit: it´s = Welcome to ARMBIAN 5.34.171119 nightly Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS 4.13.13-sunxi64, not 5.34.171117
  13. Orange Pi Zero Plus / H5 Chip

    Orange PI Zero Plus2 orange pi zero plus2.txt
  14. This is not to demand the devs to make the board work, I know your quite hang up on maintaining Armbian and the massive collection of boards. But I searched the forum to see if I could find it, and didn't find anything. So yeah well here is the thread about this board, in case others do a forum search. The board looks promising, but it would have been great with emmc on it, somehow they just cant get it right with these boards And if or when you need something testet, I'll be happy to help. Orange PI Zero Plus (H5) 512MB CPU: H5 Quad-core 64-bit Cortex-A53 GPU: Hexa-core Mali450 OpenGL ES 2.0/1.1/1.0 RAM: 512MB DDR3 (shared with GPU) Onboard WIFI: Realtek RTL8189FTV, IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Onboard Network: 1000M/100M/10M Ethernet RJ45 And thx for your massive work. PS I'm blind, there was a topic here:
  15. Orange Pi R1