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    Hi, I just ran some tests with fresh install on my tinker board The keyboard-setting seem to stick now and I have installed via armbian-config Transmission and the minimal desktop. After that the Memory footprint in htop went from 70MB to 186MB. File Manager Thunar starts in this release much quicker than with Xenial. The display resolution still perfect on 4.14. root@tinkerboard:~# armbianmonitor -u System diagnosis information will now be uploaded to http://ix.io/1dIr Well done
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    Hi, Thank you for your interest, you won't be disappointed. You have probably read that the developer want to do some changes - and some of this changes are now ready to get tested in the BETA's of armbian. Do not test with your 'production' SDcard unless you have done a backup ;-) Once done that, please go to 'armbian-config' System switch to BETA, do an update/upgrade, reboot, check if your system still performs as before. If it does work like before - please let us know and post your 'armbianmonitor -u' link If it doesn't work, please try a reboot, check if the problem is reproduceable and if so explain the steps to reproduce it and post your 'armbianmonitor -u' link If you like to know what has changed or is changing: https://forum.armbian.com/topic/7398-bsp-scripts-rfc/ https://forum.armbian.com/topic/5565-zram-vs-swap/ https://forum.armbian.com/topic/6444-varlog-file-fills-up-to-100-using-pihole/ This is not all, see details on GitHub look at the shell code - which makes this happen - more eyes less errors And if you want to try a fresh install, look for the nightly created 17. June https://dl.armbian.com/ Thank you in advance for your support
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    Pihole and armbian Bionic dev

    Hi Guido, I guess you are running armbian Beta ? I don't know if you followed that Thread, it would be great if you could test it with your pi-hole. A nice stress test :-)
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    BSP scripts RFC

    Can the community somehow help testing or is it very complicated?
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    A20-SOM wake up from NMI_N

    What exact Kernel & Distribution were you using here ? copy the Link of: armbianmonitor -u
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    Le Potato Wake/Power ON by IR Remote

    I am not interested in this VIM, I have a Le Potato. I was just answering to TonyMac's comment. Let's return to Le Potato. To use suspend/standby is there a binary Blob available that we could talk to, to use suspend or standby ?
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    ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    It is even easier, but thank you for the advice. I followed this easy how-to, now I can let it click as much as I want, it stops clicking and keeps working KODI wiki: HOW-TO: Disable PulseAudio and use ALSA (without removing PulseAudio) for Ubuntu https://kodi.wiki/view/PulseAudio/HOW-TO:_Disable_PulseAudio_and_use_ALSA_(without_removing_PulseAudio)_for_Ubuntu Would be nice if others test it and report back !
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    Le Potato Wake/Power ON by IR Remote

    Are you refering to this Cortex M inside of s905x ? Power Management Power management auxiliary processor in a dedicated always-on (AO) power domain that can communicate with an external PMIC Multiple external power domains controlled by PMIC, and internal ones controlled by software Multiple sleep modes for CPU, system, DRAM, etc. Multiple internal PLLs for DVFS operation Multi-voltage I/O design for 1.8V and 3.3V Is there no code at all to go to standby and turn on again ?
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    BSP scripts RFC

    For my limited understanding, are these the new 'modules' ? Will this script upgrade installations with the new 'modules' or is it for fresh install only ? If it is for fresh install only, will it break current installations ? armbian-firstrun.service armbian-firstrun-config.service armbian-optimize-hardware.service armbian-ram-logging.service armbian-resize-filesystem.service armbian-setup-hardware.service How can I update the: fix the basic - CONTRIBUTING.md
  10. Still I am bit puzzled that you open a new thread while having a problem with the same hardware RTC DS3231 on the other tread he got it working with 4.4 This below was the 1 of March release, try it without doing updates Stretch https://dl.armbian.com/tinkerboard/archive/Armbian_5.41_Tinkerboard_Debian_stretch_default_4.4.119.7z Ubuntu https://dl.armbian.com/tinkerboard/archive/Armbian_5.41_Tinkerboard_Ubuntu_xenial_default_4.4.119_desktop.7z And I would suggest do merge this thread with the other
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    ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    ~$ dpkg -l pulseaudio alsa-utils PulseAudio sound server | Utilities for configuring and using ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) under which circumstance do I need 2 sounds ?
  12. have you been here: https://forum.armbian.com/topic/5346-rtc-ds1307-i2c-for-tinkerboard/ all I did was using the search box in the right hand top and searched for: DS3231
  13. This is related to the driver for the Mali or am I wrong ? The goal of this Kickstarter is to build a complete VPU support and have it supported in the official Linux kernel. A fully usable state for MPEG2 and H264 decoding, supported in the official Linux kernel. Here are some tables about the current status https://linux-sunxi.org/Sunxi-cedrus#Status Looking at the tables, reading their campaign and stretch goals (by Dec 2018) it looks to me A10, A20, A33 are not yet there with supporting widely used software like: VLC, GStreamer and MPV, while working already on their stretch goal with KODI and H3 SoC according to the latest blog entry. So, I am wondering what can be expected at the end of June as Estimated Delivery on their Kickstarter Campaign for A10, A20, A33 ?
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    ARMBIAN for Amlogic S905 and S905X

    To the users of KODI 17.6 - when I want to go fast through the menu, so I hold a navigation button (up/down) of the remote-control to repeat the action fast. Does your KODI 17.6 get stuck with the click'ing sound like click click click click click click click click click click click click and never stops until reboot ?
  15. @zador.blood.stained did you discuss a change in that regard to ease the situation?