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  1. Hello, When I log in to my Orange Pi One, I see two temperature fields. One is "CPU temp", the other is "storage temp"? I understand the "CPU temp", but what is "storage temp"? Thanks
  2. I can't connect to the OpenVPN server on my Orange Pi Zero since this SSH issue has started. The OpenVPN server status is active (running). My version info: ARMBIAN 5.73 stable Ubuntu 16.04.5 LTS 3.4.113-sun8i @thexman, thanks for the proposed solution, I'm planning on trying that. I just wanted to report the issue for now. Thanks.
  3. I thought I was hacked I didn't have a lot of time to research, but I wanted to share my solution to the SSH issue. I boot my Orange Pi Zero with serial connection and I run this command: sudo mkdir -p /var/run/sshd Afert that, SSH works until the next reboot
  4. Thanks a lot I was hoping I can avoid a fresh install since I have lots of torrents to move, but it shouldn't be too hard to move them.
  5. Hi, I get this line on my welcome screen of my Orange Pi Zero: Welcome to ARMBIAN 5.38 stable Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS 3.4.113-sun8i When I checked the download page, I see this as the file name: Armbian_5.38_Orangepizero_Debian_stretch_next_4.14.14 I got confused about the numbers 3.4.113 and 4.14.14 What do they mean? Is my installation behind the latest version? Can I upgrade to it?
  6. The guy just added a raspberry pi build to the server builds. I tested it and it works on Orange Pi Zero 512MB. There's a little lag, but I think it's playable. It's a really fun game, you should check it out: http://www.files.froemling.net/bombsquad/builds/
  7. Hello, Does the wi-fi module of the Orange Pi Zero consume power when I'm not using wi-fi? If it does, can I disable it? My pi zero will be connected to ethernet 24/7 and I don't want it to consume unnecessary power. Thanks.
  8. I use the solution posted by markbirss. It works. I just wanted to add that you should enter those commands as a super user, otherwise the cursor will disappear when you open vim as a super user. This happened to me on a previous install and I was using a workaround to edit read-only files. Today, in a fresh install, I entered those commands as a super user and I'm not having that problem anymore.
  9. Just wanted to save some time of a person who will think of trying to do this. It crashes all the time with acceptable settings. With a tiny world and minimal server settings(and disabled watchdog), it works but it's unplayable. Server can't keep up even with a free falling player. I have heatsinks and fan on the pi so I don't think it's about throttling. I think this CPU is insufficient for this task.
  10. It has debian 8(jessie) server version 3.4.112-sun8i on it. It is updated to the latest version(apt-get update, upgrade). Caps Lock functionality works, but the light on the keyboard does not light up. I tried the keyboard on another computer, tried different keyboards. I am using this to get back the cursor. I found it here: http://forum.armbian.com/index.php/topic/1246-terminal-console-cursor-disappeared-after-apt-upgrade/ Could it have caused it? Anyone having the same issue?
  11. Orange Pi One Armbian Server Version I don't have the cursor either. I miss it.