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  1. armbianmonitor -u tells the reader all the details about your Installation, like Kernel-Version and much more
  2. Think positiv, https://forum.armbian.com/topic/5226-h6-boards-orange-pi-one-plus-orange-pi-3-plus-and-pine-h64/?do=findComment&comment=79329
  3. because new user write into the dev forum instead of review their own actions and look for a solution. Because of that there is an own section in the forum: Board doesn't start SD card and PSU issues Or if you want to read a current posting that goes in that direction. So until you have gathered some basic experience, supporting others, you are blocked from writing to the dev forum, but everywhere else is open. If you are here for a couple months on a regular basis, you will understand.
  4. First, look in the documentation. Have you done so? https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_Advanced-Features/#how-to-unbrick-the-system
  5. back in 2016, it wouldn't run because of an option in the kernel configuration... https://forum.armbian.com/topic/896-fatrace-file-access-trace/
  6. Almost every Linux Distro comes with this RAM-Checker memtest86+ (maybe just for X86?), but you wrote your own test. Would you write this down in an own Thread as a 'tutorial', sounds interesting.
  7. I heard the podcast, sounds interesting Your Data, Yours Only. Secure, end-to-end encrypted, and privacy respecting sync for your contacts, calendars and tasks. EteSync integrates seamlessly with your existing apps. All you need to do is run your own instance, install the app, and enter your password. After that, you will be able to save your contacts, calendar events and tasks to EteSync using your existing apps, and EteSync will transparently encrypt your data and update the change journal in the background. More security, same work-flow. https://www.etesync.com/
  8. *ROTFL* read this thread from the begin to the end. Then look at this site: https://www.hardkernel.com/shop/odroid-xu4-special-price/ consider pro & con's currently $ 49.- and if you still don't understand... shit happens.
  9. it would be interesting to know, if it has the same effect on: Allwinner R40 (sun8i) SoC features a Quad-Core Cortex-A7 ARM CPU
  10. I am not aware of such a function and Igor just did a post in there.
  11. so you have a potential failure in your System. If you want to analyze your problem, take a cable and measure again. Make sure you chose a reliable methode to measure and let us know how you did it, so others can learn from you. If you don't spend your time to measure, why should others spend time for Your Problem // sent from mobile phone //
  12. not really many fins. go big https://forum.armbian.com/topic/6909-pi-factor-power-solution/?do=findComment&comment=52516 or bigger https://forum.armbian.com/topic/3327-asus-tinkerboard/?do=findComment&comment=31940
  13. Thank you. And have fun with RPi, there is a place for everybody. However, comparing a Porsche and a Dacia (XU4 vs RPi) ... I guess you don't know what you really need.
  14. can you be a more specific: can it be broken down to just WiFi or eth - (cable is more reliable == preferred) ? eth - does your router DHCP?
  15. Well well, bumping is not allowed - you could have brought new information on your investigation - so I will delete above message to save others the time. However, you should know WLAN/WiFi is as unreliable as it gets but, if you have an Android mobile you can install this app to find out if you are in a crowded WiFi place or on a farm in Kentucky https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.farproc.wifi.analyzer&hl=en_US where your WiFi is the only one around. Nothing beats cable.
  16. Thank you Igor, the report of Madozu was not promising, not enough numbers. Yours look nice, some day I my Lamobo R1 comes back to life
  17. the guys over here trying to get the best out of this board https://forum.armbian.com/topic/9368-orangepi-3-h6-allwiner-chip/
  18. did you already look at the chart: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/bionic/man1/systemd-bootchart.1.html ?
  19. Let's go back to your original point, above. Can you reproduce the situation where everything works?
  20. to narrow the cause... Well, you would see if it works what modules are installed/loaded, which kernel, try switching the DeviceTree (dtb). And finally come back with your findings, to support development.
  21. Hi Markus, did you attach an UART cable and see where the boot process stops or did you ask one of your customer to upload such log to: https://pastebin.com/ ?
  22. I see, and what did you do to investigate it, where, why does it get stuck? Did you also try the image for NanoPi M4 - FriendlyElec?
  23. in my profile, I click on the profile of a 'profile visitor', I only get errors.
  24. Hi Marek, Welcome in the forum. Did you already use the search box (right hand top corner) to look for: DS18B20 ? Tido
  25. I don't know, but I know that many Linux user use X2go and others use it with armbian. However, if you use the searchbox (right hand top corner) you can also find here some results for remmina.