lanefu

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    ARMBIAN!!!! Also Linux, Docker, Ansible, HashiStack, Horizontal Scaling, Jeeps, Subarus, V8s, home improvement, home security and automation.

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  1. @JMCC It's turtles all the way down for this https://statusgator.com/services/uptime-robot
  2. https://status.uptimerobot.com lol
  3. We have a realtime status page for primary Armbian web resources available here: https://status.armbian.com
  4. You should be able to enable the watchdog in systemd by uncommenting some lines in /etc/systemd/system.conf
  5. Well we have a big arm server already configured as a github runner. I suppose we could chroot an armbian rootfs or place in a container So i guess something that can test armbian-config works as expected
  6. what are you trying to solve? Most can use systemd and the hardware watchdog.
  7. Id like to know more about this. Not sure if it’s enabled on all our kernels its possible you can disable via kernel arg in /boot/armbianEnv.txt
  8. Follow some bash tutorials. Maybe the advanced bash scripting guide. then just use a text editor and mess with the code https://github.com/armbian/config
  9. I'm curious how the pine phone performs relative to your Galaxy 5.... Man Librem5 is kind of a tragedy.. at least you even got one.
  10. Ansible is a fantastic tool for automating system config and installing stuff.... and its pluggable. Lots of existing "roles" out there we can start from for popular things https://galaxy.ansible.com Anyway..... to @TRS-80point... I wouldn't approach Armbian-config as a complete re-write.. there's lots of great functionality. I'd focus on improving the front-end's modularity, and then we can slow introduce ansible for some tasks.... again primarily I'm looking at software installation... as a place to start... Maybe there's one I should do an example on. Ansible is
  11. fyi there's another PR for some SATA performance improvements that could use some testing on ebin https://git.io/JtEA