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  1. I bought this software (https://www.toonly.com/) a few months ago. With it you could make explanation videos. Maybe we can find someone that has a few hours to develop a small video which can tell the people your site of the story. Users must watch this video before they are accepted on the forum. If no one has the time for it than there are cheap offers on Fiverr. There are lots of developers which work in foreign countries were they can make cheap offerings. A customer of mine uses such videos to explain complex processes. Most people doesn't read forum documentation or instructions whe
  2. Because @guidol mentioned the German saying "Der Ton macht die Musik" I thought for myself why not making this "Bug report" a default gateway for new or even for senior users to get them to the right place. Not only for bugs. Something like "Armbians friendly assisstant", "The gateway to your answers" or more simple "Armbian Helper". I mean this is much more work and I don't know if all of my ideas are even possible to do with the software used for this forum. But I think this would prevent a lot of moderator work in the future. One could at more questions on the front page like: Issue
  3. IMO, the import and export functionality is needed to export the current form, its responses and other things so you can easily change from google forms to another plugin. So this is my answer to your request: I didn't know this, so I researched and asked if there's a possibility to do that. After ten minutes of research I asked for it to prevent hours of investigation. So it wasn't really work I did here ; ) Google form is able to export the current survey and you could import all that data to another form plugin. But you can't import any .csv or other files to the plu
  4. Okay, it seems to be rocket since ^^ to me it looked like if they encrypt the data that is exported. There's only one way to export the data and you can only import data exported by the plugin. (https://wpquark.com/kb/fsqm/fsqm-other-features/importing-and-exporting-fsqm-forms/) On the other hand, with google forms you can export all your data easily as a .csv file (https://support.google.com/sites/answer/9759608?hl=en) So I asked the developer of the plugin directly for help and received following answer: On my research I found another survey plugin. I'll take a clos
  5. I'll take a closer look into that : )
  6. Hi @Werner a good self hosted form plugin I use in Wordpress is this one: https://eform.live/ If this is something you need I would offer you to make an extra $40,- donation to Armbian to buy the plugin.
  7. Moved to Feature Requests because this is more like an enhancement idea then a common issue
  8. Hi @mrjpaxton this forum is an opensource project that focuses mainly on the development of Armbian. So maybe you try your luck here https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Working_with_the_serial_console But feel free to write here if you'll solve your issue ; )
  9. Providing logs with armbianmonitor -u helps with troubleshooting and significantly raises chances that issue gets addressed.
  10. Maybe you ought to try http://xrdp.org/ A tutorial: https://linuxize.com/post/how-to-install-xrdp-on-debian-10/ VNC isn't secure. A way to secure VNC would be to tunnel the connection through SSH and such configuration is much more frustrating. XRDP on the other hand runs very smoothly on most machines, you shouldn't run into issues when you have no Display jacked in and you're able to secure the connection with SSL/TLS I'm not that experienced with XRDP or VNC but my headaches are decreasing since using XRDP ^^
  11. Yes. But I'm not sure about all dependencies. I already described a few of them above. But if anything goes wrong you still have all configuration files and your data inside the backup. So in a worst case scenario you would need to reinstall the software you're using and simply recover the configuration files from the backup. You can recover your home directory at anytime and if you gather a few insights about the software you're using you'd be able to transfer a single application from one system to another on runtime. A research with: whereis <your-application> an the
  12. You can simply backup your device with rsync -> https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Rsync#Full_system_backup Because Armbian is Linux and Linux installs all it software as packages it doesn't depend on a registry like Windows. One big benefit that comes from this is, that you can simply make a "copy" from the whole system. Rsync, in that particular case is able to deal with symlinks and is therefore able to manage a complete image of your system. If the worst case happens and you need to setup your data on a different board you can simply recover it with these steps