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  1. Did you ever figure this out?
  2. Thanks for sharing this. I got to mount the image and when I was trying to install iftop as in your example, apt gets stuck on Waiting for headers as in the following - any apt command, even apt update gets stuck waiting for headers. Is this just a temporary issue or is something else wrong: root@NanoPi-M4:/# apt install iftop -y Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done The following additional packages will be installed: libpcap0.8 The following NEW packages will be installed: iftop libpcap0.8 0 upgraded, 2 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded. Need to get 171 kB of archives. After this operation, 414 kB of additional disk space will be used. 0% [Waiting for headers]^C
  3. Hi, I wanted to know if there was an easy way to customize an existing released image or rebuild a released image. I know you can use the customize image option when building, but I would like to not build the latest nightly, but instead just build whatever was released. The customization I am looking to do is installing additional packages, downloading some personal python code, setting timezone and other similar settings. I searched the forums, but didn't see anything helpful, any info would be appreciated. Thanks.
  4. No worries Igor, I wasn't sure if it was I that was doing something wrong. I wish I could help, this is clearly meant for smarter people - good luck and Thank you for all of your efforts.
  5. Hi, so in the last 2 days or so, whenever I try to build for the nanopi m4, I get a new prompt for what looks like kernel config items. Even though I am choosing to use default kernel config. So I thought it was my issue somehow, I got rid of the vagrant image and completely re-downloaded everything, once the compressing if the linux kernel finishes, I get the prompts and I am certainly not sure what options to pick. Is there any guidance you can provide? Thanks.
  6. Hi, is there a way to automate how the nand-sata-install works - for example, if my image is on an SD card and I want to flash my emmc card on boot - can that be automated somehow? I tried looking at the documentation, but no luck. Thank you!
  7. Thanks, I guess my machine isnt as fast as I thought ;( clean build took about 4 hours, I modified the /etc/network/interfaces file and rebuilt and that took about an hour.
  8. Hi there, can someone comment on usually how long it takes to build an image? I know there are several factors at play - but what are some times people have gotten in making an SD card image with a clean build. Just trying to set expectations - I am on a quad core 1.5GZ machine with 8 gigs of ram on SSD. Thanks