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  1. root@w2:~# apt update Hit:1 http://deb.debian.org/debian buster InRelease Hit:2 http://security.debian.org buster/updates InRelease Hit:3 http://deb.debian.org/debian buster-updates InRelease Hit:4 http://deb.debian.org/debian buster-backports InRelease Hit:5 https://apt.armbian.com buster InRelease Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done All packages are up to date. root@w2:~# apt install wireguard Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Some packages cou
  2. without network-manager eth0 can't up and works.... I'm using the wifi only in order to setup OMV, bul then the connection will be with ethernet. For the moment i'm installed ONV and reinstalled half system in order to have back the networking capacity of debian.... but this is a workaround. I'm thinking to remove armbian-config package, for the moment, waiting the fix. I have 6 server running far of my house.
  3. Strange problem with armbian-config/softy/OMV But something similar has happened to me also with a simple update from armbian-config Steps to reproduce: 1. clean install of Armbian_20.02.1_Orangepi3_buster_current_5.4.20 using uart-ttl usb adapter as interface 2. I configure the network by wifi 3. apt update && apt upgrade -y 4. after the terminal update everything is still perfect and I can connect to ssh with WIFI and launch armbian-config 5. armbian-config/software/softy/OMV -> Install Results: After a coffee or two, I go back and find that t
  4. Hi all, is there a way to fix the characters set problem using uart? look the pics below.... the forwarded terminal is using the ttl usb adapter with minicom the second is via ssh connection both is showing "armbian-config"
  5. Hello everyone, I give you a 2017 discussion about a modified version of ffmpeg called Cedrus for H3 processors at 32bit. Since the h5 is 64 bit and the code they speak is quite old, therefore I cannot use it, I wonder if there is any version of ffmpeg that takes advantage of the HW acceleration of the H5 processors. Thank you Max
  6. below the traduction in spanish language of previous post. Solución al problema de tener soporte SSL en Icecast bajo Armbian. al parecer en Ubuntu el paquete icecast2, no está compilado con soporte ssl, así que tenemos que volver a compilarlo nosotros mismo. Comparto aquí mis notas, por la posteridad y para mi futura referencia en el caso lo necesite. Voy a asumir que ya tines instalado ispConfig en tu armbian (OrangePi Pc2 en mi caso), de que tienes IP fija y pública (123.123.123.100) de que tienes un subdominio asignado desde tu registar con un record A, por ejemplo a
  7. OK I solved the problem by myself. Solution to the problem of having SSL support in Icecast on Armbian. Apparently in Ubuntu the icecast2 package is not compiled with ssl support, so we have to recompile it ourselves. I will share my notes here, for posterity and for my future reference in the case I need it. I will assume that you already have ispConfig installed in your armbian (OrangePi Pc2 in my case), that you have a fixed and public IP (123.123.123.100) that you have a subdomain assigned from your register with an A record, for example like this:
  8. Hello everyone I have a problem with icecast because I can't get the let's encrypt ssl certificate to work. I have followed several tutorials online, but in the end they were all the same, so I explain what I am doing, to see if someone tells me where I am wrong. I have created a script to concatenate certificates, change ownership and permissions, so that I can run it with cron along with the let's encrypt certbot. Here the script ---------------------- #!/bin/bash cat /etc/letsencrypt/live/radio.example.org/cert.pem \ /etc/letsencrypt/live/radio.example.org/privkey
  9. Same problem in a orangePi PC2... two usb ports death. This occurs when I try to use a smartphone power supply in the microusb OTG port instead the regular power supply. In this damaged orangepipc I'm using a hub usb3 with 4 extra ports. (5$ on ebay)
  10. Most of the time our Arm computer does nothing and the CPU is around 40º, and therefore no fan is needed. But sometimes they work a lot and the fan is really necessary. So I wonder if a 5V fan connected to the gpio pins can be used and that the same board sends power to the fan when for example the CPU exceeds 60 °. And below 60º the orangepi that cuts the current to the fan. Can it be done without external components?
  11. I think we will have to modify Armbian Server a bit so that it works correctly with SSD and HDD drives. In my case I have a server with public Ip, primary disk of 120GB SSD and another secondary of 320GB type HDD. On the server I installed ispConfig, wordpress, nextcloud and icecast2 I think it would be best to move all the Logs on the HDD disk so as not to damage the SSD disk over time ... and of course remove the /var/log and /tmp partitions. What do you think?
  12. Ok, I have a workaround! I have created a simple script that analize, compare and corrects the length of audio file in order to match the video length. This script can create a video files with audio in HD (720p) using a Logitech C310 webcam on a OrangePi PC or OrangePi Pc2. (tested on both) As optional feature this script can automatically upload the video to youtube Fell free tu use and adapt to your hardware. Note for the programmers: FFMPEF and ARECORD have a bug that random caputure from mic (via usb2) at wrong frequency... so the file will be
  13. Hi Tido, the temperature is not the problem (64º without fan, only a little heatsink, but I will put a fan in the production) I have done several tests and it turns out that the problem is in the audio recording. Sometimes it is correct and other times it is X3 faster. So if I record an audio of 10 seconds, it actually lasts 3 seconds increasing the frequency. Clearly in these conditions ffmpeg can't do much .... well, something could be done ... you could see how many seconds the video takes and stretch the audio until it is the same and can be coupled. But this me