JrRockeTer

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  1. It's an option in armbian-config in system settings, first option, can look now cause I'm running Friendly Elec, I'd actually like to see the source to see exactly what it does so I can duplicate it when running the Friendly Elect OS. Anyone know how easy it is to find the source tou armbian-config ?
  2. It boots from eMMC but the file system is organized so that your / file system is on the SSD, which is perfect for my requirements! And it feels pretty fast! You can CD to the eMMC and see your original installation BEFORE you asked it to change to SATA!
  3. Thanks to @NicoD my sound problems are fixed, still have issues with bluetooth but that is for next weekend!
  4. My journey continues BUT Using Armbian I can configure the nanopi to boot from the SSD BUT NO sound and no Bluetooth. FriendlyElec I have sound and bluetooth but don't know how to boot from SSD. So.. The adventure continues... for me at least..
  5. Thanks everyone. Bummer about having to remove it each time to change eMMC... And, am left with 4 nuts that I don't know what to do with but it is all put together, thanks @pkfox for the instructions and pictures @Da Alchemist for pictures and more ideas and of course as always for @NicoD without which I would not be moving forward very quickly with my SBC adventures!
  6. Thanks, I have a very messy desk with stuff all over the place and I was a bit worried about it all being bare naked. At the moment I put an old plastic case from the Asus Tinkerboard to cover the NanoPi I look forward to seeing someone make a good case for it all. And again thank you I appreciate your help and especially your photos!
  7. Thanks very much @pkfox I really appreciate it! Now I have a very good idea of what it entails! Thank you !!! I'm putting my shopping list together !
  8. Thanks @NicoD Your videos are good, I subscribed and look forward to seeing more on the nanopi and the N2, I also must look if you have Asus Tinker board ones as I set up my DMZ on that and am about to set up a LEMP server with Nginx. Also thanks for the info on RecalBox and I'll look at the RockPI videos Thanks
  9. @Da Alchemist and @pkfox Do you have information on what drives you purchased and how you put it together. Pictures if possible It would give me a head start as I bought the SATA HAT and have no idea, I'm not really good at hardware ;-( Twould be nice to have a kick start. Thanks in advance.
  10. Thanks, it is going to be fun using it and trying everything out. Do you always Armbian where you can, is there a reason for this, perhaps I'll find out when I exploit your videos etc. I was going to wait for the N2 but then I thought, no, get the Nanopi-m4, I'm glad I did but will still be getting an N2. Thanks for your info and I'm looking forward to seeing how you go with the N2.
  11. Thanks heaps for this, I'll have a look this weekend (I'm at work) Looking forward to moving on with it.
  12. Thanks a lot for that, I actually bought a second eMMC for testing ;-) Do yo have information on the equipment you bought and what you did ? All I have so far is the nanopi-64 and the SATA HAT and it is installed and running very well. It would make my learning curve easier if you could share some details with me , if you have time.. Even a few words, I've never done this before and I'm very experienced with hardware so a bit of info/detail would be a real head start. Thanks in advance.
  13. Hi, Just bought the SATA HAT and before I get started, I see in the OS Support that Lubuntu and Friendly Core is supported. Does this Exclude Armbian ? I'm not overwhelmed with FriendlyCore . Thank sin advance