WarHawk_AVG

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    WarHawk_AVG got a reaction from Werner in Best device for an "internet ethernet condom"   
    Most definitely...trying to do it over wifi could cause some REAALY bad lag
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to sfx2000 in Best device for an "internet ethernet condom"   
    If one is running a DNS server for the LAN/WLAN - probably better to keep it on the wire
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    WarHawk_AVG got a reaction from Werner in netdata   
    All the information you can think of on an easy and simple webgui
    https://github.com/netdata/netdata
     
    Even has a really simple script to download all deps and compile the program for you
    https://github.com/netdata/netdata#quick-start
     
    Just thought you folks might be interested...if it's linux...this will work on it

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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to sfx2000 in Best device for an "internet ethernet condom"   
    PiHole works fine with most boards that are equivalent to a RPi2 for most home networks when wired up...
     
    NanoPI NEO would probably be perfect for this application with current Armbian...
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to chrisf in Best device for an "internet ethernet condom"   
    Isn't a pi-hole just a DNS server? You don't need multiple interfaces for that, nor do you need gigabit speeds to serve a local network.
    All you'd need to do would be update the DHCP settings in your router to set the DNS server to that of the pi-hole. 
     
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to guidol in New OPi Zero - Yet another high temperature issue...   
    edit the file /etc/default/cpufrequtils 
    the save and reboot:
     
    # WARNING: this file will be replaced on board support package (linux-root-...) upgrade ENABLE=true MIN_SPEED=240000 MAX_SPEED=816000 # GOVERNOR=ondemand GOVERNOR=conservative I got my OPi Zero in the original black cube case and the Zero is arounf 54-55 degree:
     
    12:52:57:  240MHz  0.03   1%   1%   0%   0%   0%   0% 54.7°C  0/6 12:53:02:  240MHz  0.10   2%   1%   0%   0%   0%   0% 54.6°C  0/6 12:53:08:  240MHz  0.09   1%   1%   0%   0%   0%   0% 54.1°C  0/6 12:53:13:  240MHz  0.09   1%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0% 54.5°C  0/6 12:53:18:  240MHz  0.08   1%   1%   0%   0%   0%   0% 54.7°C  0/6 12:53:24:  240MHz  0.07   1%   1%   0%   0%   0%   0% 55.4°C  0/6 12:53:29:  240MHz  0.07   1%   0%   0%   0%   0%   0% 54.5°C  0/6  
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to FRANK333 in orange pizero plus plexmediaserver   
    I found the way to install, keep updated and easily uninstall plexmediaserver without using armbian-config. here is the link https://forums.plex.tv/t/read-me-first-about-server-armhf-arm64-debian-ubuntu-raspberry-pi/226567. I used the version arm64 / ARMv8 and on OPzeroplus with H5 works very well.
     
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to guidol in [Info] NanoPi Neo/Neo2-OLED-Hat does work with armbian   
    Today I swapped my old Neo2 against a Neo2 LTS 1GB in my NAS case - so I had a old Neo2 512MB free for the black Aluminum-OLED-case which I got in a drawer.
     
    Now I did try to activate the OLED in 
    ARMBIAN 5.67 user-built Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch) 4.19.4-sunxi64 Linux npi-neo2-27 4.19.4-sunxi64 #6 SMP Fri Nov 30 14:02:43 +03 2018 aarch64 GNU/Linux
    First (like on a i2c-clock" I activated i2c0 in armbian-config:
     
    root@npi-neo2-27(192.168.6.27):~# armbian-config System --> Hardware --> [*] i2c0 After the reboot I checked for the i2c-OLED-device and got:
     
    root@npi-neo2-27(192.168.6.27):~# apt install i2c-tools root@npi-neo2-27(192.168.6.27):~# i2cdetect -y 0      0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  a  b  c  d  e  f 00:          -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 10: -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 20: -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 30: -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3c -- -- -- 40: -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --  After some trial and error(-messages) I did found the following dependencies for compiling/installing the software for the OLED-Board:
    apt-get install python-setuptools libjpeg-dev  
    After that I did the normal "5 Enable NanoHat-OLED manually" from
    http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoHat_OLED
    with
     
    root@npi-neo2-27(192.168.6.27):~# cd /home/guido root@npi-neo2-27(192.168.6.27):~# git clone https://github.com/friendlyarm/NanoHatOLED.git root@npi-neo2-27(192.168.6.27):~# cd NanoHatOLED root@npi-neo2-27(192.168.6.27):~# ./install.sh And after the next reboot the OLED-Display did work
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to Werner in Orange Pi One Plus usability ?'   
    The reason for this seems to be a regression or a missing commit from @Icenowy sources (https://github.com/Icenowy/linux/commits/h6-integrate-2-ugly) which has not made the jump into mainline (yet).
    Therefore you either have to use the 4.18.0-rc7 kernel image (which I run two OPi 1+ perfectly fine on right now) or temporarily disable dwmac like @martinayotte did as workaround to successfully boot up the board with a kernel built from newer sources (and use a USB-Ethernet adapter).
    For confirmation you can utilize a UART serial adapter to check the kernel boot for errors like "sun8i_dwmac_probe+0x164/0x518".
     
    As stated mainline support has still a long way to go to better support the H6 SoC. Do not just discard the board. Just put it on the shelf and it may run fine in a couple of month.
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to AlterX in Orange PI Zero optimization   
    I think I found something interesting: low consumption
     
    how to change the fex: change fex settings
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to guidol in Orange PI Zero optimization   
    The OPi Zero doesnt need much power.
    I only disabled the Wifi - because I do use Ethernet - with the following commands in the /etc/rc.local (I know are are also other/better ways):
     
    ifconfig wlan0 down rmmod xradio_wlan rmmod mac80211 rmmod cfg80211  
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to esbeeb in NanoPi Neo 2 LTS: net I/O speed tests, etc.   
    Here's what I think the problem is.  The USB port on the NanoPi Neo 2 mainboard itself works well with the default UAS driver from the kernel.  But the second USB port, which seems to be an afterthought on the NAS kit accessory board, does NOT work well with the UAS driver from the kernel.  Why would I conclude this?  Because when I put the "problematic" (seeming) drive onto the other USB port (on the mainboard of the NanoPi) the problem went away.
     
    Edit: I found the fix I needed, detailed here.
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to esbeeb in NanoPi Neo 2 LTS: net I/O speed tests, etc.   
    Here's a picture of the NAS I've set up for our small office here:
     
     

     
    Inside the NAS kit aluminum case on the top is a 500GB SSD, and there are two more 3.5" drives on the bottom, in enclosures, attached with USB 2.0 cables.  OpenMediaVault uses all 3 drives.
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to Igor in Remote Desktop Fun with Armbian   
    Not an Armbian problem.
    https://wiki.x2go.org/doku.php/doc:installation:x2goserver
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to malvcr in Orange Pi Zero NAS Expansion Board with SATA & mSATA   
    Well ... I have a msata connected to the NAS device ... and these are the numbers:
     
    Now, with a real mSATA.
    root@orangepizero:~# hdparm -Tt /dev/sda1 /dev/sda1: Timing cached reads: 684 MB in 2.00 seconds = 341.73 MB/sec Timing buffered disk reads: 92 MB in 3.02 seconds = 30.47 MB/sec As can be seen .. it is a little slower than the WD Blue hard disk with my custom cable, but so near that can be a comparable speed.
     
    The disk is a V-NAND SSD 850 EVO 250GB mSATA from SAMSUNG (i.e. a good device).
     
    Now, the two main reasons this setup is a good one:
     
    1) No spin-up electricity consumption.  Although not so detailed checking (I don't have better measuring tools), but with a USB power tester, the machine maximum consumption was around 0.80 Amp from start-up, including the hdparm test.
     
    2) Look at it (picture bellow) ... no SATA cables, extremely compact.
     
    About my configuration:
     
    This setup has also a SanDisk Cruzer Fit USB 3.0 8G Disk (the short one on one of the USB ports --- the one is not shared with the mSATA device ---).  This is for the swap and other temporary stuff, so I don't need to degrade the OS SD card by constant rewriting there.  And a 3A power supply.
     
    And it is important to add some screws on the mSATA storage card.  When you put it, the card remain at 45 degrees from the NAS device plane, so you must pull it down and keep there with "something" ... in this case, two Nylon screws with a nut between the mSATA and the NAS, and a short standoff bellow.
     
    I still need to add a 5V fan and the case, and my setup is ready to go production (with my particular information system there).
     
     
     
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to jsfrederick in How to Configure OpenVPN Protocol on Armbian with Orange Pi?   
    I am pretty sure PiVPN has been updated to run on Stretch.
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to Igor in How to Configure OpenVPN Protocol on Armbian with Orange Pi?   
    I wrote. 
     
     
    Since I don't use it I don't know if there are any issues with Stretch. I am sure it works well with Jessie.
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to sgjava in Build libgpiod the "New GPIO Interface for User Space"   
    https://github.com/sgjava/userspaceio is my github and libgopid is at https://github.com/brgl/libgpiod
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to Ahmet Emin Koçal in Connecting OPI TTL with an Arduino   
    I also noticed that we don't need even plugging GND to RESET pin, unplugging the Atmega chip does everything
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to Ahmet Emin Koçal in Connecting OPI TTL with an Arduino   
    I use this method and it works like a charm:
     
    void setup(){ pinMode(0,INPUT); pinMode(1,INPUT); } void loop(){ } Just upload this code, and connect GND to GND, TX to RX and RX to TX, then connect your Arduino to your computer, it will get a name like COM3, connect that com port, and you're in! You can also use PuTTY for connecting to the com port.

     
     
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    WarHawk_AVG got a reaction from Ahmet Emin Koçal in [Suggestion for Devs] Use apt-fast for downloading packages   
    Nice
    https://github.com/ilikenwf/apt-fast
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to Ahmet Emin Koçal in [Suggestion for Devs] Use apt-fast for downloading packages   
    I don't have a fiber/fast internet connection, and I get around 200kb/s download speed when I use normal apt or apt-get.
     
    But apt-fast accelerates download speeds significantly. I go up to 1MB/s using it (I set max connections option to 16 while installing it, you'll know what I mean when you try to install it using apt-add-repository, of course, if you don't know). So I suggest you to use apt-fast in "armbian-config" or any system utility. This suggestion goes to the developers. So that we (users with no good internet connection) can update the system or install the desktop environment a lot faster and easier.
     
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to tkaiser in How to set up an Orange Pi Zero with Armbian as a USB Network Card   
    This is kernel functionality. For the H3 legacy kernel we had to add a mini patch (contained in our kernel by default since more than 2 years now): https://forum.armbian.com/topic/1417-g_ether-driver-h3-device-as-ethernet-dongle/
     
    With mainline kernel it also should 'just work': see comments here: https://github.com/armbian/build/issues/538
     
     
    You just need to make sure to disable g_serial module since only one USB gadget module can be active at the same time and by default we provide a serial console on the Micro USB port by default. More info can be found by using Google Site Search for 'g_ether'.
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    WarHawk_AVG reacted to Igor in How to set up an Orange Pi Zero with Armbian as a USB Network Card   
    @WarHawk_AVG He probably means this:
    http://linux-sunxi.org/USB_Gadget/Ethernet
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    WarHawk_AVG got a reaction from Levente Nemeth in Mysterious freeze and overheat of Orange pi Zero   
    If it still locks up it may be running hot...you can slow down to 816MJz which will limit maximum voltage to processor lowering it's heat output...it does slow it down, but will run alot cooler.
     
    I also changed mine from ondemand to conservative, but as tkaiser said...lower cpu on reads/writes makes things slow, especially if logging data. so kicking up minimum to 480 vs 240 is best.