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  1. When you are editing, you will see below the editor window a section with a paper-clip icon and the text "Drag files here to attach, or choose files..."
  2. 1) It has low latency, so I can use my laptop screen as an improvised monitor to test SBC's, for example. Useful when you don't have the space for setting up a proper "workbench". 2) Recording tutorials 3) Recording boot sequences, console output, etc. The good thing is that, in that store I linked, you get free shipping from within the EU and USA, with shorter delivery times.
  3. Heads up. Here is this HDMI to USB 2.0 capture card, 1080p@30. Very useful for posting captures, or using your laptop as an improvised HDMI monitor. It can be get for $5, shipping form the EU, USA and Russia. Here is the link: It got very good reviews (unless the device looks identical on the outside but has different internals):
  4. Please post the output of the following commands: $ uname -r $ ls -l /dev/mali* $ ls -l /dev/rk* $ ls -l /dev/vpu*
  5. Maybe some update overwrote the config. Have you tried re-running the script?
  6. When you launch it from any terminal, the terminal you used must be active for the keyboard shortcuts to work. So, for example, if you launch it from an emulated terminal in a X11 session, keybuard shortcuts will work, unless you for example hit Alt+Tab, and therefore change the focus to another window. In that case, you would need to use Alt+Tab again, to bring the focus back to the terminal you used to launch mpv. So, if you want to use a desktop launcher to open video files with GBM mpv, then you must set that desktop launcher to open a virtual terminal for the process. Otherwise, you will have no way to control the player. That is the reason why in my media script mpv-gbm uses a different launcher. You can have a look at the launcher, by uncompressing the mpv-rockchip deb package.
  7. Try entering this command as root: iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i wlan0 -p tcp --destination-port 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 3000 Replace "wlan0" with the name of your wireless interface. If the command works for your purpose, you can put it inside "/etc/rc.local" to auto run at boot.
  8. @martinayotte Does that kernel not have a framebuffer? Last time I checked, I could run a desktop on my Opi+2e
  9. Okay, thanks for the info. It will take a while to debug that problem, since we may change the kernel source for RK3328 in the near future, and I don't want to do any change before that. BTW, I can play Youtube videos just fine, by installing the latest version of youtube-dl form, and then just type "mpv-gbm <youtube URL>"
  10. Any client that works on a regular Debian/Ubuntu should work in Armbian. Just do a Google search for "Google drive client for Linux", and try the results.
  11. No idea what it could be. We would need logs to debug the problem. Have you tried using a UART adapter, to get the logs? And also, you can try another SD card, that could be the problem. For last, you can also try mainline, and post the results in this thread:
  12. Hi. Ii tried this on the Renegade Armbian 20.02, and no crash. It is also true that acceleration does not work, due to a permissions issue. We'll try to have it fixed for the upcoming next release. In the meantime, you can fix it by doing the following: sudo nano /etc/udev/rules.d/50-mali.rules (change "mali0" for "mali" and save the file)
  13. Please tell us which kernel you are using.
  14. Also, I noticed it has default subtitles. Did you try disabling them?
  15. Wow, you didn't mention that the file was in a rclone mount from google drive. That is relevant, since it can affect file access. Did you try the same file locally? [EDIT]: Also, I noticed it has default subtitles. Did you try disabling them?