Crossplatform Vlad

  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Crossplatform Vlad

  • Rank

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Thank you for voting. Why not. Definitely yes. As well as for JetBrains and Microsoft developer tools. Opt-in or opt-out whatever you want)
  2. Its a just a proposal. It would be nice to have a anonymous telemetry result that summarize boards and armbian popularity (distro, kernel, CPU from /proc/cpuinfo and memory size, board name if available) Another board's popularity source that is also interesting is a poll about boards in use (board name, development tools) Please star/mark this post to make it important for @Igor
  3. Hi, all! I've organized public reverse proxy using nginx+vpn for my pi-board: Also i made significant addition to h3control: management of online cores. Looking forward for feedback Vlad
  4. Hi! Yesterday i upgraded ugly Chinese linux to Armbian 16.04 LTS and tested h3control on it. All, except daemon installer, worked fine. Now daemon installer had been fixed. I need any help in testing of it on H3/H2/H5 boards with legacy/mainline kernels. h3control - is a headless daemon/console tool to check and control CPU, DDR frequency and built-in temperature sensor via embedded http-server. It distinguishes from Armbian tools (h3's consumption and monitor): It doesn't rely on particular linux distribution. The only prerequisite is a mono. It tested with mono from 3.2.8 (released in Feb 2014) to 5.4 (current stable). It is a web app. App was designed for compatibility with many-years-old mobile tablets/phones. Built-in browsers from Android 4+ and iOS 7+ are fully supported. Here are two kinds of one-line installers: - launch h3control in terminal: wget -q -nv -O - | bash - install and launch h3control daemon: wget -q -nv -O - | bash links: User/Install Guide and screenshots: History and Whats New: First topic on Orange PI forum: Source code: picture: Looking forward for feedback Vlad P.S. Please install mono first: apt-get install mono-complete