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  1. Indeed, I got rid of the external WD HDD that was directly connected to the OrangePi Zero Plus. Instead, I am using the external HDD that is connected to the Fritz!Box 7490 via 'Remotemount' (OMV 4.X Extra). This plugin together with 'MiniDLNA' provides convenient UPnP / DLNA access to all flac-files, which are stored on the other external Toshiba HDD - that is attached to the Fritz!Box. The WLAN (WiFi) module 8189fs is blacklisted. Thus, it shouldn't consume power. Since the OrangePi Zero Plus + OMV 4.X + Remotemount + MiniDLNA runs properly (24 x 7), I'd like to raise the old qu
  2. Thx for this clarification. Hopefully other armbian users will also benefit from nls_* modules in 'armbian standard' ;-)
  3. Thanks for your efforts ... and thanks in advance. Most probably I'll can give it a try on January 31st evening at the earliest ... I am looking foward and will stay courious.
  4. For Orange PI Zero Plus I've found in nightly only '' from 20.11.2017 11:54. Independent from that: what about including the nls_* modules within linux-sunxi basic deployment, please?
  5. Thanks. Could you guess please, when 4.14.15 would be probably available for mainline kernel - debian server (OPI0+) at the eraliest? Or via apt-update && apt-upgrade? Would it be good, if all nls_* modules are included within the basic linux-sunxi kernel deployment? If, and only if yes: Should I write a short friendly request in the group Google group linux-sunxi? (Or is this the wrong 'procedure'/'communication'?)
  6. Many thanks. Does this mean that the nls_* modules (especially nls_utf8.ko) will be available automatically, when doing an upgrade to 4.14.14?
  7. Hi, Since the armbian release 5.3.6 (Linux 8 jessie 4.13.16-sunxi64) does not contain the module 'nls_utf8', one can not use the OpenMediaVault - OMV - plugin 'Remote Mount' for accessing an external HDD ... for example, which is connected to a Fritz!Box (running Fritz!NAS). Further details please see OMV - Remote Mount: How to mount an HDD that is connected to a Fritz!Box 7490? Please include the module 'nls_utf8' (and maybe some more nls_* modules) in an update compilation, which is based on the same kernel. Many thanks in advance. The module is provided i
  8. Done ... Should I crosscheck the 'health' of the OPI0+ - and if yes, how? (With regards to unwanted 'side effects' caused by blacklisting 8189fs) Or, is there no negative side-effect to be expected? Thanks, Joe
  9. EDIT - UPDATE 'apt-get upgrade' worked fine - thanks to all armbian developers and contributors! --- Hi, Should I wait for 'apt-get upgrade'? ... never change a running system ;-) Due to Ethernet Port (LAN) related issues that effect OPI0+ to the newest Armbian release - under development (Now it seems that the OPi Zero Plus is missing his Ethernet-device ...). My OPI0+ is only connected via LAN cable to the router. And I don't like to use Wi-Fi (WLAN). Regards, Jochem
  10. Hi, Many thanks for your support. I installed successfully the OpenMediaVault (OMV) ISO Image on the new Orange Pi Zero Plus (OPI0+): OMV_3_0_91_Orangepizeroplus_4.13.13.img.xz. I mounted an external USB 2.0 HDD. via OMV The OPI0+ is directly connected thru LAN cable to the router (Fritz!Box 7490). Login via PuTTY ssh works also fine. Additionally, I installed miniDLNA and configured folder/file sharing and media streaming. The flac-files are provided quickly, including album cover pictures (jpg). Now, I kindly ask for your support to disable Wi
  11. Thx, I will do, after learning how to determine and blacklist the Wi-Fi (Wlan) module properly ... already started reading some how-to-guides. Independent from that: what about ‚rfkill‘ as a potential alternative? And if this might or should work: how to include it in (re)boot? Gesendet von iPad mit Tapatalk
  12. Yesterday I ordered an Orange PI Zero Plus. I am planning to install the appropriate OMV Image. The SBC will be placed very close to the router/switch (FRITZ!Box). Thus, I am going to connect it via LAN and won't use Wi-Fi. With regards to the OPI0+ (H5) can I use the same command "(sleep 60 && echo 000 >/proc/driver/wifi-pm/power) &" to disable Wi-Fi, as for the predecessor OPI0? Enter this via console (e.g. PuTTY)? Sorry, the syntax appears a bit strange to me. If yes: how to embed this command into startup/reboot to keep Wi-Fi disabled in general?
  13. @Igor As you might have noticed, I tried to read the topic. And I tried to understand it. Please consider that I'm neither a native English speaker nor an expert. Some paragraphs I could only understand (partially) with the help of Google translator. Many pieces of the provided detailed information I couldn't link to my use case, sorry. That's the reason, why I finally asked for a recommendation that suites to my use case, which is summarized above. Sorry, I just like to get to a conclusion. Currently, I feel like moving in a circle. More details, which seem - that's my perception
  14. @Igor: Thanks for your hint! In your reply to my thread "[OPi0+] How to limit network speed to 100 MBit/s? (Only streaming musik, minimizing power consumption)" Considering my idea to connect an external USB 2.0 HDD to an H5 board (e.g. OPi0+ or NanoPi Neo2), the hard drive will be a bottleneck wrt both aspects: 1. File transfer from my HTPC (Intel NUC 5i5RYH, Windows 10 Pro 64) to the SBC; 2. Streaming flac files - that's the plan: only music - from the HDD via the SBC to an AV-Receiver or another client, which will play them. It is my understanding that a board with m