wanriz reacted to rodolfo in opi pc hangs file transfer to usb hdd
After a lot of tests with different HDDs, SSDs and USB Flashdrives attached to USB ( host and OTG ports ) on OPI ONE/LITE with recent Armbian versions ( jessie vanilla server 5.10 , 5.12 , 5.13, 5.14 ) I've come to the following conclusions :
- Armbian USB-storage on H3 is reliable and performant ( up to 35MB write/read per port )
- Host and OTG ports show equal performance
All problems encountered while testing OPI ONE/LITE with Armbian could be traced to
- insufficient power supply ( not enough juice, overly noisy, large voltage drops on power spikes )
- crappy lossy cables
- crappy mismatching adapters ( old USB2-SATA on newer 1T HDD degraded performance to <1MB/s )
I've been randomly using sdcards of dubious quality and never ran into any sort of problems either.
wanriz got a reaction from wildcat_paris in opi pc hangs file transfer to usb hdd
no hard feeling tkaiser
Development boards comes across lot of misconception , errors, bugs, this is the way to mature the OS , after thorough test i realized my sd adapter failed . but it takes some time and realization as well as feedback from some enthusiast.
I thank you for your response.
wanriz reacted to Seasalt in Stop-gap overscan Login possible solution.
I am thinking about the Over-scan on first boot issue and the problems people are having trying to log in if the login questions are off the screen bottom.
I under stand it is caused by not having a lot of development into the screen size adjusting software.
It is essential that the lead developers prioritize the main Armbian bugs issues and I do not consider on the fly screen resizing a major issue when a stop gap solution could possibly work.
My temporary solution would simply be that all logins scripts be tripled.
Enter New Password
Enter New Password
Enter New Password:
So even if some one cannot see all three due to over-scan they can at least understand how to get into a graphical interface by completing the first boot login procedure.