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  1. OrangePi PC update was successfully. A reboot succeeded. Thanks for the update!
  2. Is the problem related to the BananaPi (family) only? I've just upgraded my OrangePi PC, but didn't reboot yet.
  3. So "Welcome to ARMBIAN 5.25 stable Debian GNU/Linux 8 (jessie) 4.9.12-sunxi" will not match the requirements for this easy way? I've downloaded the image a couple of days ago. If not, could you give some more details on what has to be changed? Thank you René
  4. I found this: https://linux-sunxi.org/1-Wire In there, I see we have to declare 1-Wire, and map to a pin in two different places. Maybe there is already a definition for the desired pin. I keep on looking. If you find something, please let me know.
  5. I'm still working on this issue. In the documentation I found that it is possible to specify a size in percentage, that is used to adjust the sd card partition: I put 25% in the file /root/.rootfs_resize Then I wanted to run the firstrun script again to apply the change (and create a new ssh key). But the file is not present on my disk. However I found it under /media/mmc/etc/init.d. I am running "ARMBIAN 5.25 stable Debian GNU/Linux 8 (jessie) 3.4.113-sun8i". Is the file supposed to be missing after the initial resize and copying everything to the hdd?
  6. Thanks for the response. Since Linux is not my daily work, I wanted to go "the easy way". I thought I could just restore bananian to the OPI, but that didn't work. Maybe I should do a clean install, and copy over everything I need. There is a lot of software on the system, as it acts as home automation server, power meter reader... Anyway, I guess reinstalling and manually settings everything up again will be the better way.
  7. In my folder /etc/apt/sources.list.d there are files for bananian and armbian. I suppose I can delete the bananian file/entries. But the script upgrade.sh, in the lib folder on Github, does remove the file. Should I call that script?
  8. Hi tkaiser, the first three script were already present (10, 30, 40). I've added 98-autoreboot-warn and 99-point-to-faq. Thank you René
  9. Hi, my new Orange Pi has been set up with an external HDD. I've backed up my banana pi m1 with sudo tar cvpzf /mnt/BackupNas/backup.tgz --exclude=/proc --exclude=/lost+found --exclude=/mnt --exclude=/sys --exclude=/dev --exclude=/boot / and restored the files onto the external HDD on the OPI. A restart was successfully and the system appears to run smoothly. It now doesn't display the nice text after logging in via SSH. I am afraid that there are other important files overwritten. Does anybody know what I might have overwritten and needs to be restored from plain armbian? Thanks
  10. Thanks. I though it might be possible to shrink while the system is running, but this is a way I can live with.
  11. If I understand correctly, the steps apply to the already taken backup img file. After shrinking, I could write it to another SD card and test if the root partition is smaller, correct? Thank you
  12. Hi, following the documentation, I used nand-sata-install to boot from SD, system on SATA / USBwithout any problems. My backup solution (raspiBackup.sh) now creates a 16GB image for the SD card, even if it is just used to boot. Is it possible to shrink the partition? Thank you René