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<ArmbianTwitter> @TonyMac_32 (Thomas McKahan): @jonmasters @KevinMulhall @Arm Don't get me wrong, I am a dev/contributor over at Armbian, and had a Mini2440 before the RPi was a thing. (11s ago)
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<Werner> Good morning
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<IgorPec> good morning
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<Heisath> Hello there
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<soltys> hi, is there a way to upgrade from bionic to focal other than loading new image on uSD card?
<soltys> (for pine A64 2GB version if that matters)
<Werner> You can try to use do-release-upgrade but it is neither supported nor properly tested.
<soltys> Werner: I've already been there, but it does not see new lts version. I can only try to update to eoan if I switch from lts to normal in /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades
<soltys> maybe focal must be somehow 'blessed' by armbian devs to make this work ;)
<Werner> Nope. It is blocked by Ubuntu. Upgrading from Bionic to Focal will be officially supported by upstream when 20.04.1 of Focal is released
<Werner> Either wait and try then or do development upgrade by using do-release-upgrade -d
<Werner> Either way you are on your own when doing so and run into trouble.
<soltys> sure, I know that I'm on my own here. And I can also always restore old bionic image. But as long as the board will be stable and ethernet/wifi/bt will work then it is ok for me ;)
<soltys> And I didn't know that I need to wait to 20.04.1 and the -d switch for that tool. ;)
<soltys> I'm new to the armbian/ubuntu world.
<Werner> It should work since both Bionic and Focal flavor of Armbian sharing the very same kernel.
<Werner> But wait...There is a regression you could run into if the initramfs is lz4 compressed.
<Werner> When you do the upgrade before you restart your system make sure that COMPRESSION is set to gzip in /etc/initramfs/initramfs.conf and recreate the ramdisk with mkinitramfs -u
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<algyz> IgorPec Remember I was complaining about oversized 1366x768 resolution? Resolution now 1280x720, but I'm happy with it. How I fixed oversizing? The trick was button on remote control "P.SIZE". 16:9 size was oversized, 4:3 - too smal, with hyge black borders, but "search only" option is ok, now display is on whole screen, not oversized.
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<wojci> Hi I'm using a espressobin v5 board. I'm wondering if I can use the 3 Ethernet interfaces as just interfaces .. without any bridging done? What do I have to do to disable bridging? I tried to configure lan0 to a static adress and while the device received pings (I ran tcpdump -i lan0 -v -n) from another host on same network it didn't reply.
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<lanefu> wojci: yeah make sure you've disabled the bridging and aren't assigning anything to eth0... its been a while so i don't exactly remember... might be some clues on this thread
<lanefu> https://www.google.com/url?client=internal-element-cse&cx=000982265871574218226:y6ys5k7kgoe&q=https://forum.armbian.com/topic/7764-espressobin-debian-testing/&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwjK_byshITqAhW7ZzABHV9ODCUQFjAFegQIBRAB&usg=AOvVaw3qZLl6E2dgmDQCZ4DeGxMG
<wojci> lanefu, Thanks. I will look at this tomorrow. :)
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<IgorPec> lanefu: any idea why Jenkins doesn't proceed?
<[TheBug]> :)
<lanefu> yep one sec...
<lanefu> man.... i hate how systemd and ubuntu and network manager just mess up DNS
<lanefu> IgorPec: jobs are running now.. sorry :(
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<IgorPec> hej
<IgorPec> no problem ;) i am preparing jenkins reitrement ;)
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<Miouyouyou> Still fighting with Continuous Integration systems ?
<IgorPec> a little
<IgorPec> and this has to be also polished https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/2020 and our script should be able to use it
<Miouyouyou> Ah !
<Miouyouyou> So, basically, make sure you can use the build script with Github Actions builders, for any configuration ?
<IgorPec> well, there are many (small) problems :)
<IgorPec> if we use self hosted runners, we can do anything
<Miouyouyou> Indeed. Self hosted runners tend to be a little more versatile too.
<IgorPec> but with public ones, its bit diffucult ... and caching is a problem. each time from scratch takes time
<Miouyouyou> There's some caching mechanisms build into Github Actions. They can be used if you always build with the same kernel sources, for example.
<IgorPec> is it? also how to use prepared docker image from docker hub
<IgorPec> i made an action to update this image and push to hub, but nothing from here
<IgorPec> also it is nice to have compilers integrated
<Miouyouyou> Well, they have https://github.com/actions/cache . It's a bit difficult to use, buuut you can do it, yeah. For docker things, I have a few examples.
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<Miouyouyou> Well, I have docker BUILD examples. I should try running things with docker, see if that works well. It's how the Gitlab runners work though, so I guess they have this feature
<Miouyouyou> No, wait, I have docker-compose examples which I used to generate automatic builds... it still tends to fail sometimes because the Github runner suddenly b0rks out with Docker.
<IgorPec> i am pushing the image :) https://hub.docker.com/r/armbian/build
<IgorPec> but so far i only did few tests, so it works. only tagging has to be changed i think - in our script
<Miouyouyou> Nice ! I'll give it a try with Github actions then.
<IgorPec> script has not awareness that image is there to pull it
<Miouyouyou> Be careful with "Github" Docker repository though. It looks like a nice feature but it requires authentication, which makes it useless in a lot of cases...
<IgorPec> well, its good enough to prepare our images ... or?
<Miouyouyou> Hmm, docker is able to check whether it has the image already or not, and download it if didn't.
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<Miouyouyou> The official Docker repository is the best. (hub.docker.com) . Github Actions is also cool. It's just Github Docker Repo that I don't like ( https://github.com/Miouyouyou?tab=packages )
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<IgorPec> ahaa
<IgorPec> don't have intention to use this feature ;)
<Miouyouyou> Good :)
<IgorPec> pushing to docker hub is operational
<Miouyouyou> Nice !
<IgorPec> ist there any action for deb packing?
<IgorPec> that is plug&play
<Miouyouyou> Hmm ? The image should be able to do it. I don't think Github actions provide such features.
<IgorPec> for example to pack https://github.com/armbian/config on push
<Miouyouyou> This is something that will need to be scripted. However, you can either build a docker image that will do this automatically, or setup a script within Github Actions.
<Miouyouyou> Generally, the way it works with Docker is that you mount a volume (or folder) inside the image, where you want to store persisent data (builds for example) and then let the image do its job inside these folders.
<IgorPec> aha, how to you use docker image from docker hub?
<Miouyouyou> Just use docker run, or you can create a "docker-compose.yml" and then use docker-compose. You might have to apt install docker.io docker-compose beforehand, but it generally works directly.
<Miouyouyou> The volumes definition are : "./relative/dir/from/repository:/absolute/dir/inside/image"
<Miouyouyou> There are other ways to define volumes, but for small CI jobs, they are too cumbersome.
<IgorPec> yeah, i have to study this little more, i will put this auto kernel rebuild in action perhaps tomorrow ...
<Miouyouyou> Alright
<IgorPec> its a mess ATM
<IgorPec> but in short, it rebuilds a kernel if we made a change to patches or if change is upstream, bump version, updates repository
<Miouyouyou> And you want a rebuild only on specific occasions ?
<IgorPec> it can be on push
<IgorPec> or perhaps in cron. it's an improved replacement for nightly build script
<Miouyouyou> Ok. So it should act as a Github "push check" and regenerate nightly from time to time ?
<IgorPec> for example, yes.
<IgorPec> i already have it somehow working
<IgorPec> but its more or less calling scripts
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<lanefu> IgorPec: FYI been patching server.. just did bios update to something 4 years newer...
<IgorPec> i have my server also on the benc :)
<IgorPec> setup from sratch
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