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  1. Thanks for responding. It was indeed a faulty powersupply. Transferring files is now without any problems. cat /sys/devices/platform/sunxi-i2c.0/i2c-0/0-0034/axp20-supplyer.28/power_supply/ac/voltage_now is not present om my Banana Pi. Now that the powersupply problem is solved: Is there a (webbased) possibility to monitor a BananaPi M1 (or any other board with Armbian) ? Regards, André
  2. Hi, A few weeks ago I downloaded the actual Debian Buster version without desktop. I installed the OS and moved the filesystem to the attached SATA disk. Finally I installed and configured Samba and tested it transferring files form my desktop. Everything worked fine except transferring relatively big files. The files (2 in total) giving problems were a about 3Gb. When transferring a big file the upload seems to stop. The ethernet connection with the BananaPi M1 is completely de-activated. There is only one solution to re-activate as far as I know: remove the power connector and resupply the board. After resupplying the board it starts normal and functions normal. 1) What is causing the problem when transferring big files? 2) Is there an easy way to monitor the board while transferring files, either in terminal mode or using a webinterface? Regards, André
  3. Hello, Since a week I try moving the OS on the sdcard to an attached SSD. OS: Armbian 5.65 Ubuntu Xenial 3.4.113 desktop Because the BPIM1 has a genuime SATA interface it should work. I have found dozens of tutorials how to do this. Until now I did not find any tutorial that works. Of course I started with nand-install expecting this would work out of the box. But after the install and rebooting I got the notification that it couldn't find the ssd. I guess I have to change something in the bootloader on the sdcard? (I am not a Linux expert but an enthustiastic Linux user) Is there any working tutorial including the final steps? Kind regards, André Reinink From the Armbian docs: On Allwinner devices after switching to boot from NAND or eMMC clearing the boot loader signature on the SD card is recommended: dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/mmcblkN bs=1024 seek=8 count=1 (replace /dev/mmcblkN with the correct device node – in case you run this directly after nand-sata-install without a reboot in between then it’s /dev/mmcblk0). 9FEB2019: I did add this extra step after the nand-install. After executing this and restarting, the BPIM2 doesn't boot anymore? What did I do wrong? 10FEB2019: After 7th attempts I changed the SSD (Intel 180GB) for an OCZ 120GB). Attempt number 8 with the OCZ was succesfull with nand-sata-install. No problems at all. I am happy:-)
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