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  1. In addition to RTL8811CU the same problem with Tenda MT7601U. It is also listed in Tested 3rd party hardware. http://ix.io/2Kbs Yesterday I plugged-in the board and in the morning IP address is missing: By default power management is turned off for both USB adapter. I had Orange PI+ with built-in wifi about 2 years ago and didn't have such trouble with on-board wifi. Something shifted during these two years in network manager? P.S. Just found out that IPv6 still works.
  2. The adapter is mentioned on the Tested 3rd party hardware Interesting name of the loaded ko-driver: It is 8821cu, but adapter is 8811cu. Is there 8811cu specific driver or 8821cu module covers 8811cu also?
  3. After about 10-20 hours of normal work the IP address on USB wifi adapter disappears. Ethernet adapter connected to the same router works well at the same time. System diagnosis information is collected when IP address is missing. After re-plug USB-adapter into the same USB port or reboot, the IP address appears back. Board: Orange PI PC, WIFI: EDUP dual-band on 8811CU chip, built-in drivers Image: 20.11.3 focal Router: Keenetic Ultra Previously I used built-in wifi of Orange PI+ and I didn't have similar problem. Is the problem specific to the WIFI adapter?
  4. Recent apt upgrade caused problems with headless Orange PI+. It is not respond via ping and ssh. Prev upgrade also made the breaking change - eMMC's path in /dev was also changed. But 2020.02 was pretty stable. What packages should I put on the hold to prevent upgrading armbian specific packages? I maen what packages should i place in placeholder to prevent upgrade. echo "<package> hold" | sudo dpkg --set-selections Thanks in advance.
  5. Cool. Can I obtain "armv7..." instead of aarch64 as output for uname -m ? Similar question - Can I obtain ''arm" instead of "arm64" as output for docker version --format '{{.Server.Arch}}' ?
  6. Can we switch a 64 bit image from downloads section to 32 bit kernel, repos and apps? I want a 32 bit (armhf) build server, but can see 64 bit OS images only. Do I need to build my custom armbian image? Are there command line examples for build script that produces armhf image instead of aarch64? I prefer H6 SoC instead of H3 because H6 is two times faster than H3, but the price of H6-based boards is very similar to H3-based boards. Thanks in advance
  7. If I convert rootfs to btrfs do I need to rebuild /boot/initrd.img-5.4.20-sunxi. E.g. is it enough to convert ext4 to btrfs on another PC and replace rootfstype=ext4 by rootfstype=btrfs in /boot/armbianEnv.txt? Armbian 2020.02.1 mainline with default kernel, orange pi plus I need a compression because OPI+ supports cards up to 32 Gb only. Thanks in advance.
  8. Do you mean apt install docker-ce:armhf or something else? Related, but most wanted question - Can we start two docker servers with two archs? for example: unix:///var/run/docker-armv7l.sock - socket for dockerd instance with arm arch unix:///var/run/docker-arm64.sock - socket for another dockerd instance with arm64 arch
  9. 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)
  10. 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
  11. Hi, all! I've organized public reverse proxy using nginx+vpn for my pi-board: http://h3control-live.devizer.xyz Also i made significant addition to h3control: management of online cores. Looking forward for feedback Vlad
  12. 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 - https://github.com/devizer/h3control-bin/raw/master/public/h3control.sh | bash - install and launch h3control daemon: wget -q -nv -O - https://github.com/devizer/h3control-bin/raw/master/public/h3control-install-daemon.sh | bash links: User/Install Guide and screenshots: https://github.com/devizer/h3control-bin History and Whats New: https://github.com/devizer/h3control-bin/blob/master/WHATS-NEW.md First topic on Orange PI forum: http://www.orangepi.org/orangepibbsen/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=645 Source code: https://github.com/devizer/h3control picture: Looking forward for feedback Vlad P.S. Please install mono first: apt-get install mono-complete
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