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  1. Hello dear Jeanhuam many thanks for the reply - and for the valuable hints - and the tipps. I will have a closer look a this link and your recommended methods and waiy. Many thanks for all! This forum is such a great place. i am so glad to be here. have a great day Yours Malaga
  2. dear community, let me express that i am very very lucky to be here - to be here and being a part of this great and awesome community. had good times working on Banana-Pi with some stuff like NAS things. But now i want to put on Raspi things that are parts of a IoT-Server. Therefore i am planning a headstart into docker! Docker is a tool that allows you to deploy applications inside of software containers. With Docker, images are used to configure the operating system and install an application's dependencies. Then from the image, containers are created to run
  3. hello dear Arox, hello dear lanefu, first of all: many many thanks for the answer and for the headsup. Arox: thank you Arox - youre right. Lanefu: i am not so familiar with MQTT - protocolls. But i guess youre right. We can do this with MQTT too. we could read the DHT-sensor on BananaPi and mqtt the results. But what if we do it - in other words we can read a sensor like a DHT22 or similar and mqtt the results - (sending the data to GPIO pins) So - we can read a the sensor (DHT22) and then we can MQTT the result t
  4. hello dear fellows, first of all: i am so glad to be here at this great place - this forum is so a great place - and i have gotten so much help here - and you all encouraged me ever and ever to a. think over my plans b. re-design my plans c. re-work the concepts. d. and to go ahead - thanks for encouraging me. - this is a awesome place. hope youre all right and everything goes well at your hometown. Hopefully youre well. Currently i work on a little SBC (Banana-Pi) project. I want to learn Python, and
  5. hi there - good day dear Werner, dear Arox, many thanks for the quick reply. I am very glad to hear from you. I have some Orange-Pi here and besides them also a Banana Pi. So - if i am able to get started with the MQTT - protocoll on one device then i surely will implement it on those systems too. I will work it out - more thoroughly Many thanks to you both - for encouraging me. Have a great day. PS - keep up the great work - it rocks!! i am a big big fan of 'Armbian!
  6. Hello dear Armbian-experts, first of all - i hope youre all right and everything goes okay in your hometown. i am currently triyng to get started with MQTT-Protocoll. i want to use it with a RaspBerryPi - see here my diagram:
  7. dear fellows, what is aimed: on Raspberry Pi i want monitor the CPU temp at a command line, there is the vcgencmd command. Well We can do this in bash: To read CPU temp at a command line, we can use the vcgencmd command. Example in bash: echo "The CPU is at $(vcgencmd measure_temp) degrees." The CPU is at temp=45.5'C degrees. i think that we can do this with Python as well: import re, subprocess def check_CPU_temp(): temp = None err, msg = subprocess.getstatusoutput('vcgencmd measure_temp') if not err: m = re.s
  8. Hello dear all, I want to make some experience with linux and my rasperry-Pi. Well - on the Raspberry Pi, (alert-) messages and notifications are a great option: These messages help in any case of automation: The ways and methods being sent are various: These messages can use a broad variety on communication channels (e.g. e-mails, SMSs and i love MQTT). A bunch of APIs are at hand that help to collect data from sensors can be the source for alert emails. With the Raspberry Pi and the the setting of terminal commands. The alert-messages also are able to be configure
  9. dear friends , fellow pi-experts, i have some old 2.5 and 3.5 HDDs here - its still slightly cheaper than buying new ones off-the-shelf USB HDD drives of the same capacity. So - for the NAS i will use the old ones - and I get to select the HDD of my choice for that enclosure. i use Armbian on several systems - bananapi - udoo-quad - orange pi and others more. I love Armbian! plan; building up a NAS based on a Raspi 3 with a 3.5 " HDD. I just want to set up a samba server in linux (raspbian, armbian, or in debian, in opensuse; her
  10. Hi there - good day dear guidol many many thanks for the quick answer - great to hear from you you saved my day - no my whole week I am very glad. Have a great day greetings, Malaga
  11. Hi there Werner many thanks for the quick reply - a big big big SORRY - i did not want to infringe your community-rulez nor anything else. i will add all the wanted infos in any further post. sorry for the posting
  12. hello dear all - good day I need a Operating-System for - Alwinner /banana Pi A 20 - Udoo Quad Makerboard Rev. D. - Orange PI Prime rev 1.0 which one to take!? btw: see the data for the UDOO - Quad Makerboard Rev. D. found the following specs Note i want to build up a NAS/ Samba server. can i do that with this UDoo quad I look forward to hear from you btw: plz keep up this great project - it rocks!
  13. dear community, i am not sure which sbc- this udoo is: which version of udoo well i guess -that this is a Udoo Quad Makerboard Rev. D. question: can i connect this to a SATA Board !? Note i want to build up a NAS/ Samba server. can i do that with this UDoo quad found the following specs CPU NXP i.MX 6 ARM Cortex-A9 Quad core 1GHz GPU Vivante GC 2000 + Vivante GC 355 + Vivante GC 320 Integrated accelerators for 2D, OpenGL® ES2.0 3D and OpenVG™ Atmel SAM3X8E ARM Cortex-M3 CPU (same as Arduino Due) RAM DDR3 1GB 76 fully available GPIO:
  14. hello dear Manuti was reading out board with the usage of devicetree a kernel using this (most arm/arm64) cat /sys/firmware/devicetree/base/compatible in my case it shows lemaker,bananapiallwinner,sun7i-a20martin@bananapi:~$ well what to do if i want to do a fresh os based on Armbian ?!
  15. martin@bananapi:~$ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS Release: 18.04 Codename: bionic martin@bananapi:~$ cat /sys/firmware/devicetree/base/compatible lemaker,bananapiallwinner,sun7i-a20martin@bananapi:~$