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Naguissa

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  1. Indeed, it's just vice-versa. Mainline is suited for servers, legacy is old but has extra mefia support (drivers) so it's suited for desktops that don't need newer kernel. Edit: my fault, I just understood it wrong. Every point is better in mainline. The only exceptiin may be wifi, but no idea about this specific model. Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  2. armbian-config Maybe... Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  3. Maybe overheat problem? Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  4. Is SerialGetChar a blocking function? If not the code will overflow. Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  5. What's the error? Port, empty, null pointer, garbage.... Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  6. Instead vo=x11 you could try vo=xv It should perform a little bit better, even more on scaling. Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  7. Naguissa

    CLUSTER

    Personally yea, but no project for.doing one. A cluster adds overhead, and if your power needs are not so much you could do a.simple web server using spare servers: One nginx to route requeats among web processing nodes. One or more web proceasing nodes (i.e., php-fpm) One or replicated db nodes. Still, for real load you will need a real server.... Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  8. Naguissa

    CLUSTER

    What do you want to use the cluster for? Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  9. This one is just like the one I have described above., identical. Works perfectly to me.
  10. I'm using some old PSUs I had at home, specially one I got years ago from Aliexpress with a cheap USB - ATA bridge I got for reading few old PATA disks., so no idea.
  11. No, I was referring to PSU microUSB cable. The problem with Armbian could be because its optimizations could cause more power drawing and then more underpower failures Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  12. I'm first! As always, try a beefier PSU and a good, short USB cable. tkaiser will then rant about shitty microUSB (he is completely right) Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  13. https://www.foroelectro.net/electronica-digital-raspberry-y-otros-socs-f9/nas-casero-barato-y-bajo-consumo-con-un-soc-banana-t162.html#p331 Search for: g. USB automount Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  14. From the spanish link before, that I posted on mobile: [global] workgroup = WORKGROUP server string = Samba Server %v netbios name = <name_of_the_server_on_your_network> dns proxy = no max xmit = 65535 socket options = TCP_NODELAY IPTOS_LOWDELAY SO_SNDBUF=65535 SO_RCVBUF=65535 read raw = yes write raw = yes max connections = 65535 max open files = 65535 [UNIT_NAME] comment = <you_share_description> path = <path_to_share> browsable = yes guest ok = yes read only = no create mask = 666 directory mask = 777 force user = <your_user_here> force group = users printable = no public = yes You have to change: netbios name = <name_of_the_server_on_your_network> [UNIT_NAME] comment = <you_share_description> path = <path_to_share> force user = <your_user_here> Then execute this to change samba password for desired user: smbpasswd -a <your_user_here> Then you'll have two options to login in your server: As guest or using user/pass defined in command above.
  15. And in addition: also, they provide 0 support. Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  16. You know it well, fon't play dumb... Because all Banana specs are crap. Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  17. I'll try him to not set anything on fire... Check tkaiser link to sinxi website about powering the board, there are few options. You can even use shitty microUSB, but with a correct power plug and without powering devices. Forget about board's SATA power connector. Don't use that. For HDD, use external power plug or a case with external power connector. Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  18. You can also force guest and map to your user. See snippets here: https://www.foroelectro.net/electronica-digital-raspberry-y-otros-socs-f9/nas-casero-barato-y-bajo-consumo-con-un-soc-banana-t162.html#p332 Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  19. I love small ultrabooks with some power but lots of ram (minimum 8Gb). I currently use an old Sony Vaio Duo 11, but by error I got only 4Gb version. What I'm looking for now is for a fanless 8Gb ram 12" ultrabook (with ssd, of course). There're only few interesting models nowadays... Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  20. Do you know, Netbeans is a Java-based editor and it's not lightweight... Working few days on my php-Zend project can eat 3+ Gb of ram on my workstation... So it is not strange. Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  21. ???? Wireless is explained at provided link WebServer is a common thing and link provided is most common one. I'd prefer nginx+php-fpm, but there're a lot of options. Maybe you could effort a little bit more and explain yourself. Wi-Fi: AP? STA? Web: static, any language? Any preferred programming language? PHP, node, others? Bonus: DB? sqlite, mongo, mysql, mariadb? Other? None? As said, all is common except Wi-Fi, and this later case has a provided link. Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  22. Stupid idea but.... You could try anotherbusb cable? Better if shorter than actual one. I use to get these not accepting address errors on my 4 y.o. phone, which has become really special with microusb cables due connector wearing. Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  23. Same happened to me with the original Raspberry Pi Model B few months ago. I thrashed it, at was clear it was hardware failure and there was nothing obviously damaged (burnt, broken or bad looking). Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  24. Still, did you check conf file? Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
  25. I'm using it at a Banana Pi M1 without problem, take a look here at smb.conf code: https://www.foroelectro.net/electronica-digital-raspberry-y-otros-socs-f9/nas-casero-barato-y-bajo-consumo-con-un-soc-banana-t162.html#p332 Enviado desde mi Jolla mediante Tapatalk
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