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  1. Please verify the configuration of the DHCP servers. The "intranet" one should offer the correct address range and subnet mask for "intranet" but it must "not" offer a default gateway. The home one should offer the correct default gateway for reaching the internet. hth, gnasch
  2. Hi, You can connect to your Pc2 by using putty in windows and ssh into the Pc2. For editing try midnight commander (mc) from a terminal. Point it to the desired file and press F3 to view, F4 to edit. If not already installed, do apt install mc as root. HTH, gnasch
  3. Surely the 100k resistor in series with a led must be a typo? best, gnasch
  4. Thanks @Igor, yes the problem is with script.bin. When using h3disp a script.bin with current date/time is placed in /boot which results in blank page. when I copy /boot/bin/orangepipcplus from Sep 2 2017, with 36568 bytes from the *not updated* opipcplus over it, then I have a correct image. However there is another problems, independent of script.bin: There is an empty /etc/resolv.conf so that no names are resolved on internet. I have to call dhclient by hand, which produces a valid resolv.conf Dynamic resolv.conf(5) file for glibc resolver(3) generated by
  5. After a long time of happyness I got careless and did an apt-get upgrade on one of the OrangePiPcPlus, and I my Eizo FlexScan S1921 Monitor does not sync anymore. I need a Resolution of 1280*1024 at 60 Hz with a pll_video of 432 Mhz. I tried to reselect -m33 on h3disp but this did not change anything. Is h3disp even supported anymore? Have there been changes to the legacy kernel or the way resolution is selected? Before: root@JugOpi:~# uname -a Linux JugOpi 3.4.113-sun8i #18 SMP PREEMPT Thu Jun 15 02:16:06 CEST 2017 armv7l GNU/Linux roo
  6. maybe this answers your question? vpu support best, gnasch
  7. Hi, no experience with this here, but did you read: The note about overlayroot? best, gnasch
  8. try /var/log/apt/history.log best wishes, gnasch
  9. Hi sniffyjaay i have several opipcplus working in a "lean desktop" mode. They run armbian 5.25 jessie with the legacy kernel. I have tried to cut back on the insane writing of cache and state data by firefox, have installed qpdfview, the complete libreoffice, xfce4-power-manager and lightdm instead of nodm. They are always on and run reliably over ethernet or wlan connected by the user's mount to a samba server with the data. As surfing station and Office PC they run reasonably fast, especially when you consider that you don't have to wait for endless windows starts and -
  10. Hi devs, you are complaining about support nightmare. Microsoft had it much worse, with all possible shitty hardware being introduced without drivers and users expecting it to be supported. Their anwer: "Certified for Windows Vista" with a nice icon to be printed on the sales page. Conditions for the hardware vendor to include the icon was defined by Microsoft. No hardware vendor will read the complaints in your forum. Armbian on the other side has quite the reputation. Do the same, define conditions for boards to be "Certified for Armbian" and push the vendors your way.
  11. Hi I did not really understand your network setup. Maybe describe it? Is this the "two interfaces on the same subnet problem?" In this case see here: or do you have some "cable modem" which could be bound to the MAC Address of the connected interface? Difficult to see from here. best, gnasch
  12. Hi, you can install sudo apt-get install ncdu and then run ncdu / this way you can see which files are the biggest, and after a few hours, which are growing. Keep us informed. best, gnasch
  13. Hi Bruno Armbian seem to offer only "server" distros for the pi zero which means without GUI. I do not have zero, but opi pc plus for which armbian "desktop" exists. you might try: # apt-get install lightdm followed by: # service lightdm start But it would be easier if you get an opi for which a desktop armbian exists. best, gnasch
  14. Hi Loanrn If you have quite a benign, electrically undisturbed environment and short distances to your sensors you might get by with properly shielded and grounded cables to your sensors. For factory floor environments and such you might want to read the ISOFACE product brief from infineon, which deals with isolating your I/O to the microcontroller. best, gnasch
  15. leftsubnet= rightsubnet= I am not used to strongswan syntax, but if the left subnet is the same as the right one, how do you expect routing to decide which packets have to go through the tunnel between left and right? best, gnasch