Jacob Gadikian

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  1. Hey guys and gals and aliens and their pets, What does a better single board computer look like? What chipset does it use? what does it do differently from past models? I have some thoughts on this but I'd be remiss not to ask yours. "Better" is a goal. Need to figure out what better is, first, and then act.
  2. As many of you know, lots of git repositories are automatically built every time there's a pull request, letting the project community know if that commit will introduce a flaw of some kind. If it's a help to Armbian, I'd like to configure a cloud-based build system that should be able to cut the "build all" time down to about 10% of what it is, and possibly to a number lower than that. Here's what I'd do. I'll use Google cloud's preemptible servers to spawn say 30 machines with the trigger being a pull request. If any of these macines dies during the build, it'll come back red. and otherwise, it will come back green and upload all of the binaries to google cloud storage. It won't cost much and would be my way of tossing something into this awesome project. I'd estimate this would take between a week and a month to set up, since I will have to figure out how to feed the jobs to the machines. Despite this, it's highly doable and I've worked out a few different ways that it could be done. If you let me know that this would help, I'll begin on it this weekend and describe the way that I'm doing it. If it doesn't help, please let me know that, and I'll try to come up with a new way of helping out.
  3. Ideally I'd like to get a structure in place that rebuilds armbian with each commit to igorpecovnik/lib. I'd love people's ideas on the best way to go about this. I am pretty good with jenkins and all his pals, so if you have a favorite, please do let me know. Dockerfile Any feedback? It should work even on systems that don't have the needed native ubuntu 14.04 Vagrantfile Just used it to make a build myself, seems to be working fine, though there's some troubleshooting to be done with the build. Unsure what the source of the issue is, and had build mainline for opi, so instead I will now build opi-oldkernel.
  4. Thanks for the SD card advice. I'm giving that a shot now. What do you guys use the r1 for?
  5. I'm going to be using a lamobo today to make my internet not-shit via MPTCP. If people would like< I'm glad to try and add MPTCP kernel support to armbian while I am at it. .....Wildcat-- I'd love to know what the kernel you mentioned is all about, too. Sounds, well like the sort of thing I'd do...... or try to anyway .
  6. @tkaiser Do I understand that the networking now works on the opi-pc? Or is that just not a showstopper? Thanks! -Jake
  7. @martinayotte I think that right now the next big piece of the H3 support puzzle is networking.
  8. Igor, This is just an FYI: Docker works on my BPI. I am not sure why it does and sandstorm doesn't, and when I figure it out, I'll let you know. -Jake
  9. Your kernel does not appear to be compiled with support for unprivileged user namespaces (CONFIG_USER_NS=y), or something else is preventing creation of user namespaces. This feature is critical for sandboxing. Arch Linux is known to ship with a kernel that disables this feature; if you are using Arch, you will unfortunately need to compile your own kernel (see https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/36969).If you are not using Arch, and don't know why your system wouldn't have user namespaces, please file a bug against Sandstorm so we can figure out what happened. .....anyone? Thanks! (going to try compiling now, but figured I'd ask...)
  10. It's a repository-hosting service! https://bintray.com/ Free for OSS projects with extra-juicy stats enabled . -Jake
  11. I just wanted to support you in your move from ROM to Distro. Having up to date kernels, learning to make up to date kernels and absolutley great compile updates are what separate what you've been doing from other projects. I know quite well that it's not easy doing your own funky tech thing, and wish to congratulate you on seeing it through! Best wishes, a fan of your work! -Jake