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  1. hi guys, hope you're all having a great time thank again to @jockfor this great software, I've now got a HK1 max and a H96max+ working and I want to set up a couple of servers with some USB sticks to backup and dump data to....just using NFS shares cos I'm a linux user the H96max+ box doesn't appear keen on an intenso stick formatted with ext4....I've just got the round HK1 max to mount one of my sticks formatted with exfat is there a recommendation for what format to use? cheers
  2. hi @jock as I understand it 5.15 kernel is LTS so is there a procedure to update from 5.15.2 to current release? thanks!
  3. easy peasy! ie apt install docker.io apparmor docker pull adguard/adguardhome:beta docker run blah blah eg https://hub.docker.com/r/adguard/adguardhome have fun! edit: to add a bit more... with docker you download images then you 'create a container' which you then just stop/start so ie I've just created a jellyfin container with docker pull hotio/jellyfin:release docker run --rm \ --name jellyfin \ -p 8096:8096 \ -e PUID=1000 \ -e PGID=1000 \ -e UMASK=002 \ -e TZ="Etc/UTC" \ hotio/jellyfin now I just point a browser to ip:8096 keep a list of useful docker commands like docker images docker rmi <image name> (to remove an image) docker ps -a (to list your containers) docker rm <container> docker stop/start <container>
  4. many thanks to @jockand other devs for this build! just bought a used HK1 Max (the round one) for less than 20 yuros delivered after reading jock's recommendation; the 'conversion' couldn't have been easier! if anyone is still wondering what to do with these, get familiar with docker....the way you can just download images and then spin up containers is crazy simple ie I've got a beta Adguard home running, been messing with Plex (which has got far too bloaty for my likes lol) so next on the list is having a go with jellyfin I had a go with yunohost but to my mind the docker way is the future.....you just create and destroy containers at will and it's not messing with the rest of your config! PS the device I got has 4gb! 4/32 for less than 20€!! at least the central bank induced inflation hasn't hit tv boxes yet
  5. I'm in the same boat with too much hardware......I took an old AMD mb with a half decent cpu, bought a gb SSD and built a bitcoin node......check out runcitadel on twatter I also run homeassistant on an odroid c2.....features I like: talks to some cheap bluetooth temp monitors scattered around the house...here the temps can be high in the summer and low in the winter so that keeps me amused runs adguard and I recently learnt about running dot and/or doh ie secure dns.......something I read recently said you don't really need a vpn with secure dns, not convinced, I dl stuff from tpb still using transmission... also wireguard is very interesting, mainly cos of the speed which makes openvpn redundent.... opensource routers are very interesting too, mainly cos governments are using convid as a power grab and I don't want to be beholden to some corporate shysters who are in the bed with them and want to track my every move and oppress me
  6. try again, works for me so probs you just experienced a temporary glitch in the matrix.......just like I'm having with my sleep patterns lol
  7. I've been messing with openwrt on a BT router, as in UK sourced......I wish I hadn't bothered, the internet went down from about 98mb to 65mb......probs cos the useless POS kept losing the connection and the ISP did something Now I'm back with the Orange SA router (vive la France ) and I wish I'd never bothered lol although I think something like this https://www.dfrobot.com/product-2242.html is an interesting solution for a router
  8. i'm intrigued, why do poor, elderly people need a linux server?
  9. woohoo I got one of my boxes back from the dead lol FYI I used the AML flash tool from here https://github.com/osmc/aml-flash-tool what's the latest armbian I can install on this? I used balbes builds like eons ago but I don't think he supports them anymore thanks
  10. yes I use arch, or endeavouros to be exact.... @RetroFan90have you got a link to that info? I'm currently running libreelec 10.0.1 on an Orange Pi One+, it only has 1gb of ram but it runs great (except when the TV has been switched off and CEC no longer works when it comes back on need to power cycle it)
  11. cheers but no difference, same error edit: the only slight change I had to do was this cos the program wouldn't compile at first: Edit the main.cpp line 1491 from static inline uint32_t convertChipType(const char* chip) { char buffer[5]; memset(buffer, 0, sizeof(buffer)); to static inline uint32_t convertChipType(const char* chip) { char buffer[558]; memset(buffer, 0, sizeof(buffer)); No more error. https://github.com/rockchip-linux/rkdeveloptool/issues/55
  12. ok I just discovered the 'like icon' - I wasn't seeing it on my bright monitor so apologies for the 'late likes' will revisit the interesting rkdeveloptool tomorrow but still getting some errors $sudo ./rkdeveloptool db MiniLoaderAll.bin Creating Comm Object failed!
  13. ok did the rkdeveloptool rd 3 but when I try and flash now I'm getting: PARTITIONS OFFSET: 0 sectors. Creating Comm Object failed!
  14. making a bit of progress lol It goes into 'mask mode' without shorting anything.....just toothpick and diy bodged male to male USB cable in the USB2 port Bus 005 Device 008: ID 2207:320c Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics Company RK3328 in Mask ROM mode BUT when I try and flash I get an error that I can't solve at the mo sudo ./flash_tool.sh -c rk3328 -p system -i image/image.zip PARTITIONS OFFSET: 0 sectors. The device does not support this operation!
  15. @Gaususcool find cheers I found this interesting procedure for reflashing, especially if you use linux https://www.armbian.com/z28-pro/
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