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  1. Full root filesystem encryption on an Armbian system (new, fully rewritten, replaces my earlier tutorial on this topic) MMGen (https://github.com/mmgen) This tutorial provides detailed, step-by-step instructions for setting up full root filesystem encryption on an Armbian system. The disk can be unlocked remotely via SSH, permitting unattended bootup. Note that unlike my earlier tutorial all steps are performed within a running Armbian system. The tutorial has been tested with Debian Buster mainline and Ubuntu Bionic and Focal legacy images
  2. Full root filesystem encryption on an Armbian/Orange Pi PC 2 system MMGen (https://github.com/mmgen) WARNING: This tutorial has been obsoleted by Full root filesystem encryption on an Armbian system. In addition, an automated script is available, which can be downloaded here or by cloning the following repository: git clone https://github.com/mmgen/mmgen-geek-tools This tutorial provides detailed, step-by-step instructions for setting up full root filesystem encryption on an Armbian/Orange Pi PC2 system. With minor changes, it can be adapted to other Armbian
  3. I did that on a NanoPi Neo with the FriendlyARM PCM5102A Hat ( https://www.friendlyarm.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=169 ) using kernel 4.14.87-sunxi and armbian 5.67 (or later would be only 5.65?) (before that I did use legacy kernel 3.4.x with the PCM510A) and the armbian-BuildSystem plus (THANKS to) informations in threads from @dony71 , @Christos, @Valery Rezvyakov and the the Reference-Threads you could find above -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  4. Hi all, Maybe there are a lot people who got this working but for me was today the day. I buyed a time a go a cheap but fast NVME SSD from Aliexpress. The smallest one a 128GB. I have also a 512GB in my laptop and for the price they are really good. But i needed also a USB-NVME external housing. That is the Ugreen NVME 10GBps to USB adapter. In very short but i will explain more in the future. 1. Flash a MicroSD card with your favourite Armbian to the MicroSD. Update with sudo apt-get update. Also with a SSH session not a problem. 2. Place the USB dis
  5. Hi, There's been a few guides around on how to get RDP working with Armbian so you can login from your Windows or other PC. Some solutions mentioned in various threads here were: Install tightvncserver instead + x2go bloat (i.e. use VNC) Only login as root - didn't seem to make any difference for me Change some permissions of a log file in your home directory. Well, this is what I did on my Orange PI PC running Buster desktop with Kernel 5.4, as of April 2020. sudo apt install xrdp xorgxrdp sudo systemctl enable xrdp sudo reboot ...
  6. Hi, I've been running Octoprint on armbian for several months with good results of a couple of printers with good performance no relevant problems. Installation process is not complex but I decided to build a simple a plug&play meta-distribution like OctoPi for Rpi boards but based on armbian so it can be used potentially in any of the supported boards. I started with the popular Opi Zero as it is really cheap and the four cores of the H2+ processor handle perfectly a 3d printer load and is 3 times cheaper than a typical RPI3B that octoPi requires. You can find it here
  7. Hi, This topic was a initially a question and become a tutorial to use push buttons on orange pi PC. This tutorial has been made with an Orange PI PC running on "Armbian_5.35_Orangepipc_Debian_jessie_default_3.4.113.img". With this example you will be able to launch 3 different scripts for each push button : /usr/local/bin/run<Wpi GPIO number>short.sh -> immediately launched when a button is pressed /usr/local/bin/run<Wpi GPIO number>long.sh -> launched after a long pression /usr/local/bin/run<Wpi GPIO number>release.sh -> launch
  8. In this tutorial we build a custom .config for OrangePiOnePlus board, eg: to remove blutooth, WiFi and or USB3.x support since the hardware is not onboard, alternatively you can adjust settings to your needs which is not in the default .config. The section mentions, if file " userpatches/linux-$KERNELFAMILY-$KERNELBRANCH.config " exists, it will be used instead of default one from " config ". This means for the OPiOnePlus : " linux-sunxi64-dev.config " should be created, but please note "dev" is just one of the three options available, which are: " current ", " legacy
  9. Armbian implements some basic 'system logging' at every startup and shutdown and contains a little utility to provide this collected information combined with some more useful debug info from user installations. All that's needed is executing 'sudo armbianmonitor -u' (or armbian-config --> Software --> Diagnostics) and then all this support related information is uploaded to an online pasteboard service automagically (see example output) How to interpret this wall of text? The output is best read from bottom to top since the most important information is collect
  10. tkaiser has built a new Kernel with i2s Modules. With this Kernel and some cheap DAC e.g. (http://www.ebay.de/itm/Audiophonics-I2S-DAC-ES9023-Sabre-to-Analog-24bit-192KHZ-fur-Raspberry-PI-/291573327639?hash=item43e31fe717:g:TTwAAOSw~OdVZXtm) it is possible to get good quality sound out of the Orange Pis. After installing the Kernel Two Things have to be changed in the fex File: Change Directory to boot: cd /boot Turn the script.bin to a fex-File and open it in an Editor sudo bin2fex script.bin script.fex sudo nano script.fex Now change the following Entries:
  11. Normally you could install (if you use a 64Bit arm-system/OS) the 64Bit version of stockfish with apt install stockfish stockfish is a uci-chess-engine where some Chessboard-Display-Apps can conenct to (later I would show how to use this with TCP) Then you will get (at this time) the Version 8 64Bit = 8 64 = 11/2016 But the actual stockfish-engine is at Version 10 = 12/2018 ( see http://blog.stockfishchess.org/ ) So I did clone the git-master at https://github.com/official-stockfish/Stockfish as .zip After unzipping and cd to ./Stockfish-master/src
  12. Hi there, i hope you can help me as i saw there are a few Wireguard Users here as well. I did setup Armbian 20.05.4 Buster on my Cubietruck and configured Wireguard. After a few mistakes the connection from outside (iOS Client) is stable but very slow. I went to the obvious roads and found the MTU setting on the client side could be an issue as well some PostUp command parameters can improve performance. But for any reason my wireguard doesn´t want to accept anything with PostUp, Safeconfig etc in my wg0.conf file: Parsing error. But without that been solved i assume i can´t work on
  13. Today I did compile the NeXT-Cube/Station Emulator Previous 2.2 ( http://previous.alternative-system.com/index.php/build ) on my NanoPi A64 (with installed Desktop-option for using SDL) Installing the dependencies and compiling Previous 2.2 has been done with the follwing commands ( while compiling there were MUCH warnings ) : apt install zlib1g zlib1g-dev libsdl2-2.0-0 libsdl2-dev libpng16-16 libpng-dev libpcap0.8 libpcap0.8-dev apt install g++ cmake subversion cd /home/guido old Previous v1.8 : ===================== svn checkout svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/previous/co
  14. It seems that the actual install routine of Pihole doenst detect buster with kernel 5.8 correctly. At "my" normal install command "curl -sSL https://install.pi-hole.net | bash" I did get [✗] Unsupported OS detected: Armbian 20.08.0-trunk Buster https://docs.pi-hole.net/main/prerequesites/#supported-operating-systems e.g: If you are seeing this message on a fresh install, you can run: 'curl -sSL https://install.pi-hole.net | PIHOLE_SKIP_OS_CHECK=true sudo -E bash' If you are seeing this message after having run pihole -up: 'PIHOLE_SK
  15. Hello everyone! Is there anyone who tried to run Docker on armbian? Ok, let's start from the beginning: I am from the Hypriot Team (we made Docker available on ARM) and recently saw some guys successfully playing with Docker on armbian. Meanwhile, we know, that our Docker runs at least on the Cubietrack and Lamobo R1/BananaPi R1 on top of armbian! This is awesome because, you know, IoT is coming, and Docker on ARM helps get a grip on many challenges induced by IoT. However, we were only able to support Docker on Raspberry Pis so far... Imagine if Docker wou
  16. On some devices (mostly headless) like Pine A64 LTS and other SBCs with Allwinner SoCs is Lima blacklisted by default or not supported by distribution. For getting Lima work, you need to use distribution, which have already Mesa with Lima support (Mesa 20.1+) (or compile latest Mesa from sources, but this is not included in this tutorial). At the moment of writing, it's Ubuntu Focal and Debian Bullseye. I personally prefer Debian more, so in my case, download Debian Bullseye image for your SBC and burn it into the board. After booting into your board, find file named /etc
  17. Panfrost instructions Armbian !!!! I made a script that does all this, check a few posts later for the script !!!!! This tutorial explains how to build an Armbian image with panfrost. And what else you need to make it work. These are early drivers. Many things don't work yet. Only OpenGL 2.1 works now. You need to build an image with kernel 5.2 or later. For this you need an x86 pc with Ubuntu 18.04 or a virtual Ubuntu 18.04 x86 image. First install git, then clone the build folder from Armbian, and enter the build directory. apt-g
  18. I've used Zabbix professionally and at home to monitor servers, IoT, and IP devices. I've built scripts for the server and client to automate the install process including moving the MySQL database, so you can locate it to a NFS mount instead of serving the database from the slower SD card. The deb packages do not work for ARM, so you have to build it from source using my scripts. Install Zabbix
  19. If you know the movie "Wargames" then you may know the computer of "David Lightman" a IMSAI 8080 Udo Munk did create the software z80pack (last version from 2017 v1.36 at https://www.autometer.de/unix4fun/z80pack/ ) which does include - IMSAI 8080 - Altair - Cromemco Z1 and - cpmsim Emulation. Against the text based cpmsim emulation the other features a graphical frontpanel with "blinken lights" Yesterday I did try to compile/start my favourite IMSAI 8080. I did follow the instructions - which I collect and wrote for me
  20. Yesterday i did install Armbian_5.86_Aml-s905_Debian_buster_default_5.1.0_20190514.img from @balbes150 on my Sunvell T95KPro (S912). While installing Pihole the Installation does break when trying to start lighttpd. After checking with journalctl -u lighttpd it turns out that the file /usr/share/lighttpd/create-mime.assign.pl is missing, because in the newer lighttpd-version of debian buster the file has be renamed to /usr/share/lighttpd/create-mime.conf.pl (see also https://discourse.pi-hole.net/t/lighttpd-does-not-start/6207/11 ) Pihole doesnt k
  21. https://www.openhab.org/docs/installation/armbian.html
  22. For "retro-reasons" I would like to SSH from my old Windows 98SE PC via putty 0.63 ( which is the last known to work under Windows98SE ) into armbian. This did work fine until armbian bullseye dev with kernel 5.6.8, because here we get the "new" openssh-serve 8.2p1: armbian bullseye kernel 5.6.8 openssh-server 1:8.2p1-4 arm64 secure shell (SSH) server, for secure access from remote machines before bullseye we had with armbian buster and so on the "older" open-ssh-server <=7.9p1 (where we didnt got this problem) armbian buster kernel 5.6.8 openssh-server
  23. All, Don´t know if anybody else did it... but I got Bluetooth running by modifying the device tree and adding support for communication between the RTL8723BS and UART1 and loading the needed RTL8723B firmware. Distro: Armbian Buster Kernel version: 5.4.30-sunxi64 This is how I did it: 1) Create a patch (xx.patch) with the next content and place it in ~/build/userpatches/kernel/sunxi-current/ --- a/arch/arm64/boot/dts/allwinner/sun50i-h6-pine-h64.dts 2020-04-06 12:37:45.584912094 +0200 +++ b/arch/arm64/boot/dts/allwinner/su
  24. Tested this on clearfog base, banana pi m64, banana pi m2+ ## Building and providing The elastic team doesn't provide deb packages for ARM devices. But together with docker, we're able to build the main executable for it. We will create a build directory which includes anything to install filebeat on a ARM device. So please stay inside the build directory the whole time you are using this tutorial. mkdir build && cd $_ ## Prepare source code First we will download, check and extract the source code of filebeat. Source: https://www.elastic.co/
  25. Maybe someone does know the old/historical SAM (Software Automatic Mouth) speech synthesizer for the Commodore 64? Today I did found the github-page with the source-code and compiled it on my Orange Pi R1 - using armbian For compiling the default SDL-version I had to install the 2 additional packages with apt - libsdl1.2-dev - libsdl1.2debian before SAM did compile on armbian. I also did try libsdl2-2.0.0 (and -dev), but this didnt worked well while compiling The souce-code could be found at: https://github.com/s-macke/SAM