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    Toast got a reaction from chwe in tnx for the time that the cubieboard 2 was supported   
    was onboard here from the start that was a couple of years ago was around pre apt repository even  been happy with the support only had one hickup and that was the last couple of pushes the latest kernel works just fine but thats just it staying on the same kernel isnt good in the long run.
     
    i care less about write speed aslong as im getting sata support and about the same speeds as i get from the cubieboard 2 im good  
     
    again my hat goes off to @Igor and the rest of the crew for the years of support. 
     
    and ill certainly check out any board that has the qualities that im looking for.
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    Toast got a reaction from Igor in Cubieboard 2 does not start after Armbian 5.35 in headless mode   
    Booted, awesome work @Igor and the rest involved. You guys saved me from another boring work with no music
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    Toast got a reaction from gnasch in (suggestion) Webmin - easy Armbian manager   
    why move into the distro its easily installed outside of the repo as is.. 
     
    here is the reason i use armbian cause its lightweight non BS fluff, just pure console, stable and fast. If we start adding webui that requires a lot of dependencies its not gonna be lightweight its just gonna be another bloated distro.
     
    rather do my management in console then thru a webui.
     
    +1 on leaving this outside the distro all together.
    +1 let the users that really want this to install it on their own.
     
    hell im not forcing users have LMS into the distro so please dont force me to use software i dont want, let em install it on their own via adding repos.
     
    plus the dev team is small enough so just keeping up with releases etc for webmin is bad enough rather let em focus on providing a solid kernel for the devices then looking at what software has been released this week.
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    Toast got a reaction from vincele in (suggestion) Webmin - easy Armbian manager   
    i really dont want any of that as default upon a new install.. less is more its better to have as optional rather then mandatory.
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    Toast got a reaction from zador.blood.stained in (suggestion) Webmin - easy Armbian manager   
    i really dont want any of that as default upon a new install.. less is more its better to have as optional rather then mandatory.
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    Toast got a reaction from rodolfo in (suggestion) Webmin - easy Armbian manager   
    i really dont want any of that as default upon a new install.. less is more its better to have as optional rather then mandatory.
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    Toast got a reaction from Igor in (suggestion) Webmin - easy Armbian manager   
    i really dont want any of that as default upon a new install.. less is more its better to have as optional rather then mandatory.
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    Toast got a reaction from rodolfo in Tkaiser made the news   
    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/05/09/allwinners_allloser_custom_kernel_has_a_nasty_root_backdoor/
     
    so congrats
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    Toast got a reaction from wildcat_paris in Tkaiser made the news   
    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/05/09/allwinners_allloser_custom_kernel_has_a_nasty_root_backdoor/
     
    so congrats
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    Toast reacted to tkaiser in Security Alert for Allwinner sun8i (H3/A83T/H8)   
    This security flaw has been proudly produced by Allwinner itself: https://github.com/allwinner-zh/linux-3.4-sunxi/blob/master/arch/arm/mach-sunxi/sunxi-debug.c
     
    As Zador explained there might be good reasons to enable/use something like this while developing, the real problem ist that none of these devs does really care about Linux and 'productive use' (and security at all). That's one of the reasons no one wants to use these BSP kernels since you never know how many surprises like this are hidden in there.
     
    Fortunately mainlining efforts for H3 are still progressing nicely so we can throw this Allwinner 3.4 crap in the bin rather sooner than later
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    Toast reacted to tkaiser in HowTo install Firefox in Armbian?   
    What's the purpose of replacing Firefox called Iceweasel with Firefox called Firefox? Please enlighten me a bit.
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    Toast reacted to TLzyT in Update repository digest algorithm   
    When using apt > 1.2.6 SHA1 support is dropped and files are ignored. See: https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/Apt/Sha1Removal 
    With apt 1.2.10 (armhf) this Warning is generated: W: http://apt.armbian.com/dists/jessie/InRelease:Signature by key DF00FAF1C577104B50BF1D0093D6889F9F0E78D5 uses weak digest algorithm (SHA1)
    /etc/apt/sources.list.d/armbian.list is: deb http://apt.armbian.comjessie main
     
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    Toast reacted to Tido in Armbian for NTC C.H.I.P.   
    C.H.I.P. is like RPi Zero
    You buy it, just because it is soooo cheap.
    Than you find out that it is worthless and it sits on a shelf and collects dust.
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    Toast reacted to tkaiser in New Kernel check   
    Are you kidding? I wrote, try 'one of the many apt-cache variants' and you enter 'sudo apt-cache variants'? If I would've written 'one of the many apt-cache alternatives' then you would've done an 'sudo apt-cache alternatives' instead?
     
    This is a link above showing a few different variants how to use 'apt-cache' to get the information you're interested in.
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    Toast reacted to Igor in Prepare v5.1 & v2016.04   
    Use armbianmonitor for the following tasks: armbianmonitor -b switches between verbose and normal boot armbianmonitor -c /path/to/test performs disk health/performance tests armbianmonitor -d tries to upload debug disk info to improve armbianmonitor armbianmonitor -m provides simple CLI monitoring armbianmonitor -r tries to install RPi-Monitor armbianmonitor -u tries to upload armhwinfo.log for support purposes This is currently possible.
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    Toast got a reaction from Avinash Ga in How to check temperature of OrangePi PC   
    CPU or HDD ? or Outside ? might be a good idea to be a bit specific
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    Toast got a reaction from Jens Bauer in How can i disable from kernel in Sunxi the HDMI, Audio, etc   
    doesnt make that much of a difference and its possible to blacklist modules from loading.
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    Toast got a reaction from wildcat_paris in armbian.com hacked?   
    Not fun being attacked however this is a prime example on why its good to be up2date
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    Toast got a reaction from wildcat_paris in armbian.com hacked?   
    https://blog.sucuri.net/2016/01/jquery-pastebin-replacement.html
     
    seems like a good start
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    Toast reacted to Igor in armbian.com hacked?   
    This is done, now to find the why and where part
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    Toast got a reaction from wildcat_paris in armbian.com hacked?   
    can also confirm this
     
    @Igor might wanna fix that issue
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    Toast reacted to Igor in Quick review of Solidrun's Clearfog   
    Basic things (what I have tested) are working but we need to do more tests. I think fiber is not done yet since there some patches left behind and need to be fixed. Will do that in next update. Stability in 4.4.x needs to be tested ...
     
    It can be a router, NAS and also SOHO application server.
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    Toast reacted to Igor in Quick review of Solidrun's Clearfog   
    http://www.armbian.com/clearfog/
     
    3.10.96 and 4.4.1
     
    Jessie and Trusty
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    Toast got a reaction from wildcat_paris in new motd for ubuntu/debian   
    My little motd
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    Toast got a reaction from Wolf2000 in new motd for ubuntu/debian   
    My little motd
    ░█▀▀░▄▀▄░█░█░█▀▀░█▀▀░▀▀█░█▀▀░█▀▄░█▀█░█░█ ░▀▀█░█\█░█░█░█▀▀░█▀▀░▄▀░░█▀▀░█▀▄░█░█░▄▀▄ ░▀▀▀░░▀\░▀▀▀░▀▀▀░▀▀▀░▀▀▀░▀▀▀░▀▀░░▀▀▀░▀░▀ Welcome to Debian GNU/Linux 8.2 (jessie) (Kernel Version: 4.3.3-sunxi). ï¼³ï½™ï½“ï½”ï½…ï½ ï¼©ï½Žï½†ï½ï½’ï½ï½ï½”iï½ï½Ž System load: 0.49 Memory usage: 97.2% Usage on root: 66% Usage on hdd: 62% S.M.A.R.T: OK Swap usage: 0.0% Processes: 108 IP: 10.0.0.53 CPU: 34.1°C HDD: 31°C ï¼³ï½™ï½“ï½”ï½…ï½ ï¼µï½ï½„ï½ï½”es 1 updates to install. 0 are security updates. 0 npm updates to install. 0 pip updates to install. ï¼³ï½™ï½“ï½”ï½…ï½ ï¼³ï½…ï½’ï½–ï½‰ï½ƒï½…ï½“ squeezeboxserver: # syncthing: # mysql: # ï¼³ï½™ï½“ï½”ï½…ï½ ï¼¬ï½ï½‡ï½“ [Mon Jan 11 11:15:13 2016] sun7i-dwmac 1c50000.ethernet eth0: Link is Down [Mon Jan 11 11:15:36 2016] sun7i-dwmac 1c50000.ethernet eth0: Link is Up - 100Mbps/Full - flow control rx/tx ï¼³ï½™ï½“ï½”ï½…ï½ ï¼µï½ï½”iï½ï½… Current 15 days, 10:29:54 | Linux 4.3.3-sunxi Wed Dec 30 12:01:13 2015 Total 24 days, 01:21:30 | since Sun Dec 20 00:41:11 2015 the squeezebox and syncthing are color coded so that the hashtag displays red if its down and green if its up