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  1. Well I actually pointed you in this direction so you do not have to edit config files manually since the build script hands you over to the menuconfig containing the designated config which should be linux-sunxi-xxx . Anyway nice that you could figure it out your way.
  2. tl;dr: irc://chat.freenode.net/armbian In Germany we have an adage "Was lange währt, wird endlich gut." which means Good things come to those who wait. Thanks to their kind staff we managed to obtain owner privileges of our IRC channel hosted on the Freenode IRC network after years of idling unofficial status. Feel free to join us: Server: chat.freenode.net Ports: 6697 / non-SSL: 6667 Channels: #armbian, #armbian-commits Or simply use their webirc client: https://webchat.freenode.net/ We may add more channels in future if necessary or the main channel gets too spammy Don't hesitate to get in touch with us
  3. Simply run the build script and if asked to adjust the kernel config before building hit yes and then simply select or deselect the modules you want to include in your kernel package. Please note that this is a fork of the Armbian build script so if something does not work as it is intended to you should blame them, not Armbian
  4. From what I remember in the early days this should be possible in two ways (at vBulletin was it at least) - Handle Development not as forum but as category - simply by permission fine adjustment
  5. You know that the official support for Debian Jessie ends in June 2020, do you? So I am not sure if it is worth playing around with backports....
  6. I think at this point I can say: Done
  7. I do not know about hdmi as I use all of my boards headless. Though having issues with network connectivity makes things slightly complicated. Anyway. Check your ifconfig if it is properly configured and if not try to assign a free static address of your LAN to the board using /etc/network/interfaces file. You find tons of information and how-tos about this through search engines.
  8. Which address did you use to connect via ssh? Also check if the sshd is running.
  9. Haha. I gave up on running my own mailserver as well and now paying someone a few bucks a month to deal with it . Seriosly these people have to be masochistic or something to keep such services run smoothly....
  10. Mail servers...I hate them. Anyways. It depends on what exactly you want. If you want to have much stuff automatically configured, get a nice webinterface for adding/removing mail boxes, store them in a database, go for ISPconfig or Froxlor (nice automatic configuration script they have btw.) or similar. If you want to send/receive email more on a kind of basic level and do things by hand (you'll learn a lot more this way as an advantage) search for general how-tos for postfix or exim or (for the try-hards) sendmail. And Dovecot for example as IMAP4/POP3 service. Any tutorial that matches the OS which Armbian is built for (either Debian Buster or Ubuntu Bionic) will do.
  11. There are no pre-built images for this available anymore. Though you can still build your own using the build script which is available on Github: https://github.com/armbian/build Take note that the support for this board is EOS.
  12. Btw. when did you identify yourself last time with nickserv @Igor? Just asking as I noticed a message from JackFrost last night:
  13. As stated please retry with a different sd card. Do you have access to a USB-TTL converter? If not pick one up. Very useful for debugging through the serial connectors of many boards out there. Also dirt cheap. Try different power source as well. Voltage from cheaper supplies can break down on load and run the board into an undefined state.