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  1. @usual user Thank you for this workaround! I have had these mentioned boot problems with my N2 board recently. Uboot 2022.07 GA was the solution for me. At least it seems like it :-)
  2. Using the elasticsearch deb aarch64 package from the Elastic download site, it should be easy to install elasticsearch. It works on my Odroid N2. Start with trying the following. wget https://artifacts.elastic.co/downloads/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-7.15.2-arm64.deb dpkg -i elasticsearch-7.15.2-arm64.deb systemctl daemon-reload systemctl enable elasticsearch.service systemctl start elasticsearch.service
  3. I understand that boards without maintainer must be dropped. But, the announcement leaves me somewhat puzzled. I would like to learn which boards need new maintainers. The pull request is not really answering this. Do we have a list of boards with current and missing maintainers? Maybe post a link to it here. This could help people to get involved.
  4. MySQL is not part of the Debian distribution and repository any more. You may however download MySQL Community Server for Debian from MySQL web site. But, I am not sure if they offer ARM packages. In any case, there is also source code, thus you can try to build it for ARM. https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/ I am surprised that a MySQL dump (SQL statements) can't be restored on MariaDB. I though MariaDB would be pretty compatible. Perhaps, double check.
  5. I took the Linux x64 package without JDK (OSS 7.0.1), extracted it to /opt and manually created user, group, systemd config, elasticsearch.yml. So, yes it is possible and has been running fine for me for the last two years. The "commercial" flavour also provides a Debian ARM64 installation package that you can download. Maybe try this. I think personal use is free of charge. https://www.elastic.co/downloads/past-releases/elasticsearch-7-14-1
  6. I installed Pihole on Buster with kernel 5.10 (on Odroid N2) a while ago. I don't think I encountered issues with the installation command. It is also an option to use Pihole with an installed apache web server. This has been working fine for me.
  7. Hi, I don't think there is much to it. Softy is a list of recommended applications for common use cases like media streaming, advertisement blocker etc. Softy includes installation routines for these applications. For some applications it is using apt and for others applications it has more custom installation routines. Some of the applications are in no apt repository (e.g. pi hole). Just have a look what it does in detail: https://github.com/armbian/config/blob/master/debian-software Yes, I guess there is no uninstall feature. You can do some cleaning with apt if it is used I suppose.
  8. I spend some time to get a DS18B20 sensor working on my Odroid C2 and actually it has been working fine for the last year. I activated the overlay in armbianEnv.txt overlay_prefix=meson overlays=w1-gpio Most work was to figure out which pin to configure. I selected pin #7, which is GPIOX.21 (by looking at the layout) and hardware pin 113 (by looking at the header file). I guess, numbers are going to look different for the N2. https://wiki.odroid.com/odroid-c2/hardware/expansion_connectors https://github.com/Xilinx/linux-xlnx/blob/master/include/dt-bindings/gpio/meson-gxbb-gpio.h I configured the pin and that was it. fdtget /boot/dtb/amlogic/overlay/meson-w1-gpio.dtbo /fragment@0/__overlay__/onewire@0 gpios fdtput /boot/dtb/amlogic/overlay/meson-w1-gpio.dtbo /fragment@0/__overlay__/onewire@0 gpios 18 113 0 You can then query the temperature via the filesystem. Very convenient. cat /sys/bus/w1/devices/28-00000a2ab1aa/hwmon/hwmon1/temp1_input
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