lanefu

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About lanefu

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    Richmond, VA
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    Linux, Docker, Ansible, Python, Horizontal Scaling, Jeeps, Subarus, V8s, home improvement, home security

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  1. Meltdown and Spectre

    Frustrated yes, but also a positive step forward. Sometimes the FUD for stuff like this scares organizations to patch. I've been trying to get the blessing to do bulk patching for 2 years and finally my company is ready to do it!.
  2. Le Potato general topics

    Ethernet Patch definitely made my potato solid. I'm running fresh image now, with consul, nomad, docker and Jira running in a container.. def much faster than on my Opi2e. Thanks for the patches! Linux lepotato 4.14.8-meson64 #2 SMP PREEMPT Sun Dec 24 21:03:07 EST 2017 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux
  3. Le Potato Ethernet Problems

    Iperf's UDP defaults are low bandwidth and I think focused on latency. You can explicitly set a desired bitrate for UDP with a parameter. Try that and see if things are better. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  4. documentation: building Armbian images with Docker

    Documentation Pull Requests are welcome.... https://github.com/armbian/documentation Have you had any issues with having to clean out your loopback devices?
  5. All really great points, Zador. Honestly it was meant to be a bit tongue-in-cheek, but I tend view all the non-raspberry development boards as something for more advanced users. The Raspberry eco-system is just hard to beat for newer users. I recognize the price is a important consideration for new people as well, which is probably how many start off with allwinner-based stuff
  6. Save your words. Just give them this link Orange PI FAQ
  7. No More Orange Pi plus 2E ?

    Don't lose hope.. I asked Steven Zhao on Ali in late sept. His response: steven zhao 17/09/24 20:19 Yes, we are purchasing the materials for Plus2E now, it will be on stock next month
  8. Although it does look like GPIO at a glance, It's actually usb-based SATA. The NAS board connects to some additional USB ports the orange pi zero has broken out in a separate pin header. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  9. Orange pi zero random hangs

    What are you seeing in dmesg before and after?
  10. how's the current versioning system work? The codebase has always felt like a rolling release.
  11. Orange Pi R1

    Still shows XR819 for wifi Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  12. feel free to update adn send me a PR.. then i'll go back and sanitize and get it ready for armbian docs
  13. I agree we need something clearer.... I made a gist a long time ago.. I'd welcome your CPUfreq tips.... I hadnt messed with the project in a while, so I'm trying to get a good picture of where things currently stand. https://gist.github.com/lanefu/d7c0349a3efd63570798462a45fe0e34
  14. I've been super fascinated with the DSA stuff since my espressobin first exposed me to it's existence. The thing I don't quite grok with DSA is if I'm trying to do any layer 3 stuff on the switch ports, such as inter vlan routing is whether or not I'm always limited by the RGMII or whatever link the DSA chip is using to connect to the SoC. You have described a pretty ideal board. A DSA with a cheap 4 core SoC is enough horsepower to brute force doing all sorts of cool network stuff without being so reliant on hardware offloading like on my EdgeRouter Lite. Now that VyOS has ported their build over to supporting Jessie, I've been hoping to eventually rig up a VyOS installer armbian similar to the OMV userpatches installer.
  15. What's STP? I was really excited about the switch as well.. currently disappointed about its single gig bus to the board. But this board is a HUGE bang for buck so I can't complain. it just needs time and contributions.