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  1. Wonderful, by this way I can upgrade without my changes, that's great. Thanks for the tips.
  2. Yeah, only one small thing is if we have changed in kernel and script.bin, then we have to do it again. It is a must-have after upgrading . Because I do some changes in script.bin to running digital sensor and control some GPIOs, so I have to re-compile it after upgrade success. Edit - How to keep script.bin not be touched by upgrades [thanks to zador.blood.stained]:
  3. I admire your patience and funny characteristics, my friend. Your post always help me a lot when I put a first step on Banana Pi world. Thank you so much.
  4. | __ ) __ _ _ __ __ _ _ __ __ _ | _ \(_) | _ \ / _` | '_ \ / _` | '_ \ / _` | | |_) | | | |_) | (_| | | | | (_| | | | | (_| | | __/| | |____/ \__,_|_| |_|\__,_|_| |_|\__,_| |_| |_| Welcome to ARMBIAN 5.31 stable Debian GNU/Linux 8 (jessie) 3.4.113-sun7i System load: 0.62 0.50 0.23 Up time: 3 min Memory usage: 12 % of 984MB Up and running within about 7 minutes. On-screen when process is running: http://sprunge.us/ELKE. Before and after, all function working without problem. Have a look here: http://wiki.lemaker.org/LeMaker_Guitar:Debug_COM
  5. @Aux @Wolf2000 : How many more need to test before you accept that the problem is on your end, not on the build/upgrade? This is the first time I see Igor and tkaiser tried that hard to help you out. But without your attempts to test the hardware, then I think no one can help you but yourself. However, I think if you already have your setup running for a year without problem, and you do not want to change the hardware, then why upgrade when the old ones can serve your purpose? At first, I don't want to upgrade because mine is working fine. And now it's on upgrading process, just because I
  6. I think in your case, I will re-flash with a fresh image, then do every step with a reboot. apt-get dist-upgrade -> reboot, apt-get upgrade -> reboot, install one by one to find out exactly what cause the problem. If Igor has try to replicate your problem but without success, then it likely to be your hardware or the way you install and set up the system (any tweak can cause trouble).
  7. Thanks Igor, that's all I need. I apologize for any negative feelings I brought to you, and for those who viewed this thread. I was so stress as the children here, in a poor community hospital, they need my system to be satisfied. So I'm a little bit annoying to you guys. You was busy, I understand, it was a coincidence that should not happened. Good luck to you and wish you always happy for everything you sharing now and future. By the way, if you can, please delete all the post that does not relevant to the OP. I'll do mine first.
  8. First of all, thanks for your answer. At least I'm not talking to myself. Before came here to ask a question, I have tried all of the post in the Internet, include every guides not in English, but could not see the problem. Only until yesterday, when that post came up, it gives me the answer. -- This unnecessary conversation has been removed by author -- Anyways, thanks a lot for being here with me. Appreciate your works on Armbian. Have a good day.
  9. Finally I have found what cause the problem, it's just a small thing that I find in the other new blog (maybe the blog just published lol). In their Troubleshooting section, I found exactly same in my case: http://aplaceto.win/2017/06/06/ds18b20-temperature-sensor-with-banana-pi-m1-armbian-5-25-_3-4-113/ I have that tweak from here a year ago, still have it in my server but have no apparently effect, so I decided to delete it, and the system is back to normal. -- This unnecessary conversation has been removed by author -- Anyway, thanks to this friendly foru
  10. Hi, I am trying to get the DS18b20 working on Banana Pi running ARMBian 3.4.113 but it was not successful. Would you give me some time on that project please, thanks in advance:
  11. Hi everyones, Last week, I tried to read the value from DS18b20 temperature sensor to log it in the monitor system I already have. But I could not get its value. I connect the DS18b20 with 4.7k pull up resistor to the pin 16th on the board, which is I guess is IO-4 [PH20] pin. What I have tried? - I have tried this: http://www.linuxx.eu/2014/09/banana-pi-temperature-sensor-ds18b20.html Step I did: Convert the /boot/script.bin to bananapi.fex, then add [w1_para] gpio = 4 to the end of file, save and convert it back to /boot/script.bin. Reboot.
  12. Yeah, just try to help Thanks for again let me learning from you. I thought this about reserve block which is have on almost Linux kernel, but is this an Armbian function only?
  13. I have pretty the same: Disk /dev/mmcblk0: 14.9 GiB, 16018046976 bytes, 31285248 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disklabel type: dos Disk identifier: 0xe2f8e3ae Device Boot Start End Sectors Size Id Type /dev/mmcblk0p1 2048 30659519 30657472 14.6G 83 Linux root@bananapi:~# df -h /dev/mmcblk0p1 Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mmcblk0p1 15G 1.4G 13G 10% / Disk has 14.9 GiB. Have only 1 partition with the size of 14.
  14. This is my result: Card info: armbianmonitor -u: http://sprunge.us/hUhE Too slow Micro SD Card you think :(? I'm newbie and playing with Banana Pi for a year ago but I still have some problem with it :((