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Larry Matter

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  1. I can confirm it works in the latest nightly build on my NanoPi M4 (original) Thanks! [edit] I was able to make the requested changes on an imaged SD card by using a live distro on a skanky old laptop. Gotta love Linux. But after it successfully booted, the bluetooth module got an error. I don't care as I'm not using it. I might have typed it incorrectly. Something about "before starting patchram download. Newer chips do not generate these two bytes." I can get more info if anyone wants it.
  2. Still on 4.4 (stock Armbian Buster).
  3. Very nice. For comparison, i ran this on my Nano Pi M4v1 with SATA hat and Sandisk SSD Plus. $ dd if=/dev/zero of=test bs=64k count=16k conv=fdatasync 16384+0 records in 16384+0 records out 1073741824 bytes (1.1 GB, 1.0 GiB) copied, 4.25152 s, 253 MB/s
  4. Just to confirm I did this on a NanoPi M4 running Armbian stretch (with OMV installed) and it was successful. Now running Buster. I had to answer some questions about local files different than maintainers. Mostly I took Maintainers, but stayed with Local for things relevant to OMV such as Samba config. Also, after rebooting, run update/upgrade again.
  5. I was using the Sabrant USB 3 -> SSD adapters, running Armbian (and OpenMediaVault) and kept having issues with the drive going off-line. From googling and not really knowing what I'm doing, it appeared it was caused by SSD power save stuff and I didn't know how to shut it off. So I switched over to use the SATA hat (which I had previously tested as having equivalent performance via hdparm) and powered it with an old 12V power adapter with the correct barrel connector. Works great and no crashes since.
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