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  1. Thank you Igor. I try the nightly builds tomorrow and post an update. Thanks!
  2. Hi, I run a wireguard server in my home. I have a Mac and a couple of iOS devices that can successfully connect to the server, my internet traffic is routed via the home wireguard server and I can access devices in my home network using an address like No problem. Now I want to connect my cubitruck running Armbian Ubuntu 18.04 to my home network. I created a similar configuration as for all of the other devices, wireguard connects after I say `wg-quick up $configname`, with `ip a` I can see a new interface with an IP that corresponds to my configuration
  3. I am having a problem with my network settings. The machine has an internal NIC and a USB-WiFi stick. When the NIC is plugged in, both interfaces receive an IP via DHCP. When the NIC is unplugged, the WiFi stick does not receive an IP address. auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp wpa-ssid <name> wpa-psk <password> How can I solve this issue? Regards!
  4. Oh boy, ... I accidentally commented out the line that mounts /media/mmc/boot to /boot. So apt updated /boot on the harddrive (not on the mmc) and several other locations on the harddrive, like the modules directory. After the reboot, I still had the old kernel/settings but on the harddrive everything was updated to match the new kernel... That won't work, of cause. So I moved the new kernel and settings from /boot to /media/mmc/boot and everything is back to normal. Thanks for you help, Igor!
  5. I think I did not do anything 'extraordinary'. I installed the CubieTruck using your image and moved the system to a SATA harddrive using the script you provide some weeks ago. The last couple of days I only upgraded some packages and installed a new piece of software (some python wrappers for Spotify) from a non-standard repository. But I do not think that this is the reason for my problem... In my /boot directory I find the following files and directories: drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Okt 18 11:27 bin -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 115484 Okt 11 14:12 config-4.2.3-sunxi drwxr-xr-x 2 root ro
  6. Unfortunately is is not so easy to solve I rebooted several times since that problem occurred...
  7. I am on Debian 7.9, kernel 4.1.6-sunxi. Since a couple of days I get an error message when I want to open a LUKS container (e.g. cryptsetup luksOpen ...). /dev/mapper/control: open failed: Kein passendes Gerät gefunden --> no device found Failure to communicate with kernel device-mapper driver. Check that device-mapper is available in the kernel. Kann die Gerätezuordnung nicht initialisieren. Ist das Kernelmodul dm_mod geladen? --> is dm_mod really loaded? I tried to manually load dm_mod and get another error message: > modprobe dm_modlibkmod: ERROR ../libkmod/libkmod.c:554 kmod
  8. This is something I found on another website when I googled how you reset the hardware clock of the board... You don't have to do this. Maybe this info is even wrong. I don't know... What you need to do: - put the wheezy image with kernel 4.something to the micro sd card - mount the card - edit the file /etc/init.d/armhwinfo - add: # fix for eth0 no brought up if [ "$(hwclock -r)" == "" ]; then echo -e "[\e[0;32m ok \x1B[0m] Fixing RTC and reloading eth0" date -s "2015-01-01 10:00:00" hwclock -w ifup eth0 fi This will fix the problem. The eth0 will be enabled and the ssh key ge
  9. Have a look at this post: First run stuck with ssh key generation / Cubietruck RTC bug
  10. Ah, sorry... ... when you use Igor's patch: # fix for eth0 no brought up if [ "$(hwclock -r)" == "" ]; then echo -e "[\e[0;32m ok \x1B[0m] Fixing RTC and reloading eth0" date -s "2015-01-01 10:00:00" hwclock -w service networking restart fi
  11. I can confirm that this works for wheezy. The entire installation procedure succeeded on my cubietruck. Thank you!!
  12. So Vadim and me seem to have the same issue, right? But I have an old but running installation that boots from nand... What would happen when I perform the reset procedure Igor described above within the running installation, shut down and insert the sd card? PS: what does this actually do? hwclock -r --> read time from hardware date -s "2015-01-01 10:10:00" --> set OS system time hwclock -w --> set hardware clock to OS system time?
  13. Not so sure about the webmin. After playing with that one device was børked when I updated things... Creating a simple firewall setting is not that difficult. I like to start with this "everything that is not allowed is denied" setting: #!/bin/bash #reset iptables; drop all rules iptables -F iptables -X #allow loop iptables -A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT iptables -A OUTPUT -o lo -j ACCEPT # ALLOW DNS iptables -A INPUT -p udp --sport 53 -j ACCEPT iptables -A OUTPUT -p udp --dport 53 -j ACCEPT # ALLOW ICMP iptables -A INPUT -p icmp -j ACCEPT iptables -A OUTPUT -p icmp -j ACCEPT <--