itsy

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  1. Thanks - you are right! For me the best solution to wait for your update :-)
  2. The new system is different in some points and many of my issues I could solve with google. But I did not found a working solution for setting up different nameserver (without using standard gateway as dns -Y dns leaking). Before I just edit resolv.conf (and also installed dnsmasq what is not possible anymore). Now resolv.conf will be overwritten by NetworkManager and even setup nameserver in head was not successful. Maybe you have a hint? Thanks Thorsten
  3. Thanks a lot for this great service! I used the new image, added the ppa and now tvheadend runs :-) Have a nice sunday Thorsten
  4. Sorry for my stupid question but I learn every day. Here I can find 4 images - which one do I have to choose for Ubuntu? https://www.armbian.com/odroid-c2/
  5. Dear chocho, thank you for your fast reply. Unfortunately TVHeadend is still not installable Thanks Thorsten
  6. Dear all, I love Armbian on my Banana Pro and so I also would like to use this OS on my brand mew Odroic C2. Every installation and configuration works except installing TVHeandend. I tried to compile it because via armbian-config it does not work. But it does not matter which branch I use and which option I try it is not possibe to install on mainline or legacy version. I do not need transcoding - the TVHeadend server just should serve my Kodi with dvbs. Can anybody send me an instruction to compile TVHeadend with Armbian on Odroid C2 sucessuflly?
  7. Today I installed the new kernel with the new drivers and it works :-) The Stick is now available and I can look TV via TVHeadend!! Thanks a lot! But what do I have to do if the driver is not automatically included that I only have to compile?
  8. ok, I understand :-) But just to learn .. what do I have to do when the driver is not in the image maybe If this driver will not work for my stick. I just want to learn :-)
  9. 1. jep, I choosed "next" 2. Why I did compiled it with updated configuration? Because the source code I downloaded was updated and so the new kernel has this updates? I did no update ;-) 3. So I will only install the deb named linux-image-next-sunxi_4.82_armhf.deb? New new kernel number is 4.82 instead of 4.3.3 ? 4. What are the other files for and when do I have to install them? 5. If this driver would not be automatically updated - what do I have to do to update or integrate the driver?
  10. Ok, after 45 Minutes the compilation has finished without any errors :-) Great! Now my next questions ;-) 1. If I would install the new kernel now, there is no change to my actual system? Or do I have to change or reconfigure something after installing? 2. When I start the configuration of the script which brunch do I have to choose? 3. With my test I only compiled the standard-kernel without any changes, right? So how to include the new driver now? 4. The directory output/debs now contains 5 files. Which file do I have to install now? 5. When a new update is available, is it with my new
  11. Thank you for this information - so I only need to make a apt-get upgrade to get this driver after release? So I can relaxed learn to compile a kernel ;-)
  12. @Igor Thank you for your kind offer to support this driver officially. But if you would spend the time to advice me, I would like to lern how it works :-) Now I understand what you mean with hostsystem and Ubuntu. So I setup a VirtualBox with Ubuntu 14.4.3 and will try it the next minutes again. @zador.blood.stained The output of uname -r is 4.3.3-sunxi Then I tried modprobe em28xx FATAL: Module em28xx not found
  13. ok, for my test I choosed "next" and after that I got a lot of error-messages and problems with unmet dependencies and I'am not able to resolve it - the package could not be found. I tried to compile on BananaPro Here ist the Log: root@mediacloud:/downloads/kernel# git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/igorpecovnik/lib Cloning into 'lib'... remote: Counting objects: 339, done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (300/300), done. remote: Total 339 (delta 59), reused 254 (delta 32), pack-reused 0 Receiving objects: 100% (339/339), 35.18 MiB | 1.00 MiB/s, done. Resolving deltas: 100% (59
  14. I used your guide and startet the compilation as a test to see the options and the 2. question ist "branch" and I do not know which to choose ...