manuti

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  1. Same spirit here! The poweroff by button is only for been a little bit lazy and I always unplug my devices when I finish to work or mingle with it. Thanks for your help!
  2. OK, evtest detects the button. I create a script in /etc/acpi/powerbtn.sh with only: sudo poweroff and other config file on /etc/acpi/events/button_power with: event=button[ /]power action=/etc/acpi/powerbtn.sh Is correct this approach or I'm going in the moron way? Thanks again
  3. In my Orange Pi One with ARMBIAN 5.27.170422 nightly Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS 4.10.11-sun8i I install acpi: sudo apt-get install acpi And run sudo acpi_listen And nothing is show when I press the power button. Is normal or my button is damaged? Thanks
  4. Thanks. I need some spare time to return to my project with Orange Orange Pi Lite.
  5. Is not completely related with storage but I'm following the process of a sysadmin trying to find the best cheap VPS. He is preparing an automated testing approach and sharing the ansible scripts and the results on GitHub. The guy is Joe http://joedicastro.com/ and the GitHub is https://github.com/joedicastro/vps-comparison Maybe can be interesting to run same test on local servers and LAN or from WAN using DynIP.
  6. Maybe is the same problem I have in Raspbian and Rapberry Pi https://raspberryparatorpes.net/comandos/transmission-no-se-reinicia-en-raspbian/ I think the Solution #3: sudo systemctl enable transmission-daemon.service
  7. See your 32 and go down to 16MB
  8. Really impressive work for a "one man army". Much appreciate your effort.
  9. Nice info, we are expecting more results from you. Thanks for sharing!
  10. Definitely Xunlong guys are out of control!
  11. I'm not an expert. But you need to know some things: Wine is a "sort" of Windows Emulator to run some applications in Linux . You need to emulated the whole Operative System to cheat the App over the platform in which is running. Wine is x86 application Windows is a x86, intel and AMD only with some exceptions in the past and maybe in the future, Operative System GNU/Linux is a x86, ARM, MIPS, PowerPC, ... Operative System Eltechs ExaGear is a ARM application to emulated x86 CPU So in a Orange Pi you need: GNU/Linux ARM Operative Syste
  12. You need to buy an Eltechs license I think this type: Eltechs ExaGear Desktop for ARMv7 devices and after installing ExaGear intall inside WINE and inside of Wine the Windows software. I do some test https://raspberryparatorpes.net/instalacion/probando-exagear-emulador-x86-sobre-arm/ but for me is only usable under ODROID-U3 quad core 2GB RAM and eMMC memory.
  13. I'm having problems with latest Nightly image "Armbian_5.27.170329_Orangepilite_Ubuntu_xenial_dev_4.10.3." I can login using USB to Ethernet dongle, config Wi-Fi with nmtui and select Auto connect, in this moment I can release the dongle and connect by Wi-Fi without issues but if I reboot the OPiLite the internal Wi-Fi never comes up. Any solution or workaround to solve my problem? Thanks
  14. ^__^ Is like Windows naming Ultimate, Pro XP, ... You can't imaging how disastrous is reading the Xunlongs Aliexpress page automatically translated to Spanish!!! is all about fruits and human body parts (ARM)
  15. Thanks @jernej for the response. My knowledge is far away to messing with Device Tree.
  16. OK thanks for answer, I'm only checking possible cheap equivalent to th Asus TinkerBoard. I'm more or less happy with my armbian in Beelink X2 but always is nice to have 2GB of RAM and better internal memory for the OS. There are also a lot of RK3229 Android TV boxes but without proper Linux and similar specs than Beelink X2 I think is a waste of time. So just keep searching!
  17. And what do you think about porting to a cheep Android TVBox like http://www.enybox.com/En/product/html/?200.html ? Is possible? Is easy? Or interesting?
  18. You are welcome. Nice to know that the recipe works in other languages.
  19. Maybe following these steps in other thread but changing Spanish by Dutch. For me the key step is purging the existing locales.
  20. Using Etcher https://etcher.io/ is very easy. You only need to download the correct image for your board from armbian\download page Insert de microSD card in your PC with USB adaptor o microSD to SD in a proper SD reader And Flash!
  21. I write a basic introduction to Docker on Armbina in Spanish but maybe you can follow the steps: https://raspberryparatorpes.net/proyectos/docker-para-torpes-con-raspberry-pi-u-orange-pi/
  22. No, ODROID-U3 is not supported and I suppose that's is not going to happen. You must use the hardkernel official images.
  23. The Khadas Vim board uses USB-C http://www.gearbest.com/tv-box-mini-pc/pp_580662.html?wid=21
  24. http://www.cnx-software.com/post new info about ASUS Tinker Board http://www.cnx-software.com/2017/01/24/asus-tinker-boards-debian-kodi-linux-images-schematics-and-documentation/ includig links to the ASUS official OS = TinkerOS Debian & TinkerOS Kodi http://stw.asus.com/download/download.aspx?product=1&model=TInker%20Board/2GB&SLanguage=en-ene&os=8