Joe_PS got a reaction from Igor in [SOLVED] Module 'nls_utf8' was missing in armbian 5.3.6 (4.13.16-sunxi64)
And OMV Remote Mount (CIFS/SMB) works as well!
Joe_PS reacted to zador.blood.stained in [SOLVED] Module 'nls_utf8' was missing in armbian 5.3.6 (4.13.16-sunxi64)
Joe_PS reacted to zador.blood.stained in [SOLVED] OrangePi Zero Plus: How to disable Wi-Fi (WLAN)?
The easiest way would be blacklisting 8189fs.
Joe_PS reacted to pfeerick in Orange Pi Zero Plus / H5 Chip
@Joe_PS PuTTY is a piece of software that you use to connect to a remote computer, and access a terminal prompt (or a desktop GUI using X11 forwarding). You can use a serial connection (the simplest and most direct), and then later SSH over a network once the device is setup if you wish. You'll basically have a terminal/console prompt, and will be controlling the device as if you had a monitor and keyboard hooked up to it. So yes, you'll be able to type in 'armbian-config' and then use the keyboard to navigate the menus and install OMV via the software packages section.
Joe_PS reacted to tkaiser in [OPi0+] How to minimize power consumption (DLNA/UPnP music streaming server)
By setting the speed with ethtool: https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/master/packages/bsp/h3consumption#L56 (h3consumption is essentially doing just that: adding a line with an ethtool call to /etc/rc.local).
Besides that you really don't want to use any nightly build for something productive (recently Ethernet stopped to work on H5 boards with latest nightly kernel) and there's a nice OMV image available for the board you're interested in which is the best idea if you want to start with OMV anyway...
Joe_PS got a reaction from pfeerick in Orange Pi Zero Plus / H5 Chip
Ok, sounds very simple. As mentioned, I plan to install https://dl.armbian.com/orangepizeroplus/Debian_stretch_next_nightly.7z, do what you described, and finally key in 'armbian-config' ... and thereafter the armbian-config screens will be displayed? And I can control these screens via PuTTY? (Never heard/read this before). --> That seems to be doable for newbies like me Let's purchase a OPi0+ today ...
Joe_PS reacted to Igor in Orange Pi Zero Plus / H5 Chip
All you need is a micro USB cable which acts as a serial console and a power cable. Plug it into USB3 port of your computer and login via newly created serial console or via SSH/network. You can use Putty or similar.
You don't need to install anything and you certainly don't want to run a desktop+VNC on this board.