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<nekomancer[m]> <lanefu "surrpised i'm only pulling 250 w"> you need solar home!
<martinayotte_> IgorPec: I've done an PinebookPro build with rockchip64-dev 5.8.y, it worked, I'm planning to do a rockchip64-dev garden tour, and if nothing special, commit those change for 5.8.y ...
<AmonX> Oh speaking of pinebook pro. Do you have the makefile for the RTL88x2BU driver? I am trying to build the driver and I grabbed the code linked here https://armbian.atlassian.net/browse/AR-190
<ArmbianHelper> AR-190 [Story] "Update wireless driver for RTL88x2BU" reported by Igor Pecovnik at 2020-03-30. Status: Done
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<martinayotte_> AmonX: in sunxi-dev, I've added patches wifi-4003 and wifi-4004 to fix those drivers. I've copied them under rockchip64-dev, but not commited yet ...
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<DigitalMan1983> so unfortunately the pine64so board configuration didn't do the trick for my Olinuxino-A64
<DigitalMan1983> Already tried Teres so I'm going to try LimeA64
<DigitalMan1983> by the way, any more news on the wierdness with the deb.debian.org repository?
<archetech> doubt its the repo idk but my nic is def conf'ed wrg on my image
<archetech> try some new stuff tomorrow ttyl afk
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<AmonX> yeah with my usb wifi adapter that is usb3 and uses the rtl88x2bu driver it hardlocks arbian if you unplug it while it is in use. I switched back to ayufans ubuntu because it handles youtube better than armbian
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<Werner> Good morning
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<ArmbianTwitter> @orangepixunlong (OrangePi): #orangepi4 + mpcie marvell quad port sata controller + intel 120GB ssd. + armbian . COOL! can auto detect the sata controller and ssd.. possible ti built a nas https://t.co/wxSCRJRd5L (20s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): RT @orangepixunlong: #orangepi4 + mpcie marvell quad port sata controller + intel 120GB ssd. + armbian . COOL! can auto detect the sata con… (6s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @RoganDawes (Rogan Dawes): @mame82 @leonjza Yes, server responds with a date string. And no, embedded backticks or other shell metacharacters are not parsed, other than by date itself. Client is modern Armbian, no ShellShock unfortunately. (14s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @jiribrejcha (Jiri Brejcha): @orangepixunlong @OPi_Community @Poddingue @linuxdevices @cnxsoft @armbian Hi, I was told by another SBC manufacturer that H5 has been discontinued and they stopped production of their SBC because of that. I am confused. Is H5 now available again? (25s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @A13_technology (βˆ†13πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ): @jiribrejcha @orangepixunlong @OPi_Community @Poddingue @linuxdevices @cnxsoft @armbian It stopped production officially but if a company has enough demand for the SOC Allwinner will be producing batches for them as long as the masks are good. (26s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @orangepixunlong (OrangePi): @jiribrejcha @OPi_Community @Poddingue @linuxdevices @cnxsoft @armbian @A13_technology has given the right answer! (15s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @RomeoMicev (Romeo Micev): @orangepixunlong @OPi_Community @Poddingue @linuxdevices @cnxsoft @armbian As a satisfied owner of OrangePI PC 2 i would love to see the Option to order several of the new Orange PI PC 2 with 8 GB RAM. (6s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @A13_technology (βˆ†13πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ): @RomeoMicev @orangepixunlong @OPi_Community @Poddingue @linuxdevices @cnxsoft @armbian The Allwinner H5 only works with up to 3GB DDR3 (30s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @RomeoMicev (Romeo Micev): @A13_technology @orangepixunlong @OPi_Community @Poddingue @linuxdevices @cnxsoft @armbian Thank you for the Information. Really sad about the Memory Chipset limitation. A feauture Orange PI PC 3 with 8 GB RAM would be a GPU Killer. 1 GB RAM is too low. My next SBC orders would be only with 8GB RAM. Suggest making the next PI PC 3 a 8GB GPU Killer. (3s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @lanefu (Lane Jennison): @orangepixunlong @OPi_Community @Poddingue @linuxdevices @cnxsoft @armbian does the prime have SPI flash? (27s ago)
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<archetech> gday.
* archetech is on his hackintosh
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<lanefu> archetech: not a very reliable hackintosh :P
<archetech> System Information: Model: iMac (27-inch, Late 2012) β€’ OS: macOS Catalina (Version 10.15.6, Build 19G2021)
<archetech> just upgraded to latest point rel
<lanefu> ewww i'm staying far away from catalina
<lanefu> i ended up building a macintosh for my wife a few months ago from a dell workstation
<archetech> same as mojave mostly
<lanefu> yeah expect the rip out 32bit support
<archetech> 32bit eww
<lanefu> yeah well it breaks a lot of stuff
<lanefu> lol
<archetech> dead weight
<lanefu> yeah if you're just using safari you probably dont need 32bit
<lanefu> i got burned using a case-senstiive filesystem
<lanefu> Adobe does NOT support that at all
<lanefu> so i had to re-do the whole thing
<archetech> i'd put this old I5-3570. rx460 up vs anything from today
<archetech> and pocket the diff
<lanefu> yeah if you're up for the fiddlyness of hackintoshing.. (which is much better these days) then you'll always win bang-for-buck
<archetech> I dont do creative stuff so its a nice use of my. trusty gear
<lanefu> i was actually trying to be sane and just get her a used mac mini, but even those were so cost-ineffective that i caved and did an i7 dell
<archetech> Iyup if it was for work id go apple
<archetech> but bot for a toy
<archetech> not
<lanefu> yeah my work machine is 13" mbp
<lanefu> really funny seeing my 2018 next to my 2010 13"
<archetech> I bet
<archetech> thing abou hackntosh is ya can always find some tweak/config ya got wrong
<archetech> so many config vars
<archetech> what version they run. old looks like snow lep
<lanefu> 2010--- Ubuntu Focal :P
<lanefu> mojave on other
<archetech> k
<archetech> saw your storm on the news
<lanefu> yah? i didnt really follow it
<lanefu> got power back around midnight so can't complain
<archetech> 600k pow out
<lanefu> man
<lanefu> was annoying i had neighbors 2 doors down with power
<lanefu> all depend son what leg you're on i guess
<lanefu> in college I had a house that was between a church and a hotel
<lanefu> had epic snow storm
<lanefu> everyone lost power for a week to the left and right of us
<lanefu> and we had it the whole time
<archetech> happens
<archetech> so I should install those pkgs I suppsoe and seee if it has the fix?
<archetech> suppose
<lanefu> i don't know whats up and down anymore
<lanefu> just keep on beating on it :P
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<lanefu> you can try those packages.. which should hav been the same as yours... and you can look into that commit i linked you to talk abouting CPU affinity tweaks for the nics
<lanefu> and i guess crank debugging up more
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<lanefu> might be interesting to pcap on the download traffic and see if its dropping packets or doing retransmits
<archetech_a> ill do the pkgs first
<archetech_a> server up/link?
<lanefu> watcah lookin for?
<lanefu> s/watcah/watcha
<ArmbianHelper> lanefu meant to say: watcha lookin for?
<archetech_a> got it
<archetech_a> now these are for what os? deb- bullseye right?
<archetech_a> justforarch
<lanefu> they should be agnostic
<archetech_a> k
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<lanefu> i did build a full bullseye image there for ya too
<archetech_a> whats the "source" one for? 3330 MB
<archetech_a> 330
<lanefu> that's the resulting kernel source code of armbian patching mainline
<lanefu> aka the source of what you're running
<lanefu> reaelly you just need the dtb and linux-imag files
<lanefu> extra credit for headers
<archetech_a> k
<lanefu> extra extra crdit for source
<lanefu> mostly we should expect the same problem to occur
<archetech_a> 2 in /bullseye I dont recog
<lanefu> close your eyes and pretend they're not there
<archetech_a> k
<archetech_a> got config firmware dtb headers image
<archetech_a> uboot
<archetech_a> armbian-config_20.08.0-trunk-justforarch_all.deb
<archetech_a> armbian-firmware-full_20.08.0-trunk-justforarch_all.deb
<archetech_a> linux-dtb-current-meson64_20.08.0-trunk-justforarch_arm64.deb
<archetech_a> linux-headers-current-meson64_20.08.0-trunk-justforarch_arm64.deb
<archetech_a> linux-image-current-meson64_20.08.0-trunk-justforarch_arm64.deb
<archetech_a> linux-u-boot-current-odroidn2_20.08.0-trunk-justforarch_arm64.deb
<archetech_a> image is the kernel?
<xwigg> yes
<archetech_a> whats the ordr of install
<archetech_a> order
<xwigg> dtb and image last, headers not necessary
<archetech_a> just dpkg -i file.deb /boot ?
<xwigg> /boot?
<archetech_a> from my home dir
<archetech_a> or ican put them in /boot
<xwigg> you're not logged into the target?
<archetech_a> I will cp then into /boot from usb
<archetech_a> then use ssh
<archetech_a> wait I did wget them to the /n2
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<archetech_a> they are in /home/user
<xwigg> run dpkg -i when logged in, package scripts do stuff
<xwigg> I usually do armbian-config->install bootloader afterwards to be safe
<archetech_a> these are custom no arb tools
<archetech_a> should I move em into/boot im asking
<xwigg> I don't see why.. the debs do all the heavy lifting, armbian tool works with custom built packages too...
<archetech_a> use a tool vs just run dpkg -i ? i dont get that
<xwigg> no, use dpkg to install kernel/devicetree/u-boot bin, then use armbian-config to write u-boot bin at the beginning of your SD/eMMC
<archetech_a> like pulling teeth il just run em from my home dir
<xwigg> just trying to help...
<archetech_a> he built me a new armbian-config I see wonder if thats what he wanted me to use
<archetech_a> so I install that then how does it know where to find the new pkgs?
<archetech_a> so many questions for getting a new /boot setup
<xwigg> it should be really easy, dpkg -i *dtb* *image* and off you go
<archetech_a> youguys know this stuff cuz ya been here a while
<archetech_a> try remembering when you were new to armbian
<xwigg> not really. 2 months I guess
<DigitalMan1983_> Anyone still having difficulty with deb.debian.org and apt.armbian.com not resolving after debs are built?
<xwigg> dts is for hardware description, image is kernel+modules, firmware is binary blob for hardware, u-boot is bootloader
<Tenkawa> DigitalMan1983: after they are built? check your /etc/resolv.conf file just in case
<Tenkawa> it might be getting wiped
<xwigg> what image?
<Tenkawa> mind you that would blast all name resolution
<DigitalMan1983_> building Lime-A64 with kernel 5.7.14. finishes installing armbian-buster-desktop_20.08-trunk_all.deb, then gives the apt stable CLI interface warning, fails to fetch 5 files from deb.debian.org, apt.armbian.org, security.debian.org, shows the CLI warning again, then sits for an hour or so then finally finishes building the image
<archetech_a> getting erro u-boot conflicts?
<archetech_a> error
<xwigg> what message
<archetech_a> dpkg: error processing archive linux-u-boot-current-odroidn2_20.08.0-trunk-justforarch_arm64.deb (--install):
<archetech_a> conflicting packages - not installing linux-u-boot-odroidn2-current
<archetech_a> Errors were encountered while processing:
<DigitalMan1983_> u-boot and kernel build without an issue
<xwigg> DigitalMan1983_: build started.. will take some time
<archetech_a> linux-u-boot-odroidn2-dev conflicts with armbian-u-boot
<archetech_a> linux-u-boot-odroidn2-current provides armbian-u-boot and is to be installed
<xwigg> dpkg -P linux-u-boot-odroidn2-dev
<xwigg> and then dpkg -i
<archetech_a> worked
<archetech_a> sudo dpkg -i *dtb*
<archetech_a> (Reading database ... 57066 files and directories currently installed.)
<archetech_a> Preparing to unpack linux-dtb-current-meson64_20.08.0-trunk-justforarch_arm64.deb ...
<archetech_a> Unpacking linux-dtb-current-meson64 (20.08.0-trunk-justforarch) ...
<archetech_a> dpkg: error processing archive linux-dtb-current-meson64_20.08.0-trunk-justforarch_arm64.deb (--install):
<archetech_a> trying to overwrite '/boot/dtb-5.7.15-meson64/amlogic/meson-a1-ad401.dtb', which is also in package linux-dtb-dev-meson64 20.08.0-trunk
<archetech_a> dpkg-deb: error: paste subprocess was killed by signal (Broken pipe)
<archetech_a> Errors were encountered while processing:
<archetech_a> linux-dtb-current-meson64_20.08.0-trunk-justforarch_arm64.deb
<archetech_a> yes so easy
<archetech_a> thinking i'll build a new image with these in it
<xwigg> hehe. usually the package is replaced, but you're on a dev kernel
<xwigg> dpkg -P the old linux-dtb linux-image
<martinayotte_> rockchip64-dev branch is now using 5.8.y ! :-)
<archetech_a> how do I get th eold name of dtb
<archetech_a> old
<xwigg> dpkg -l | grep linux
<xwigg> linux-dtb-dev-meson64
<archetech_a> that grep dont work
<archetech_a> need kernel pkg name installed
<archetech_a> then im done
<archetech_a> ls
<DigitalMan1983_> Tenkawa, I'm looking at my resolv.conf
<DigitalMan1983_> 3 lines, nameserver, options edns0, search (the domain where I work)
<xwigg> dpkg -l | grep linux-image
<archetech_a> dpkg --list | grep linux-image
<archetech_a> ii linux-image-dev-meson64
<xwigg> dpkg -P linux-image-dev-meson64
<archetech_a> oops try this oops try this
<archetech_a> thanks xwigg
<archetech_a> im done
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<archetech_a> works but no new boot.ini with all that work?
<xwigg> I'm not familiar with a boot.ini, can you ix it?
<archetech_a> ill can get the new one at git
<DigitalMan1983_> trying chmod o+r /etc/resolv.conf on on the advice found via google search
<Tenkawa> ah it had messed up the perms
<xwigg> archetech_a: have a link? suspect it's renamed boot.scr/bmp
<Tenkawa> really you should have it just chmod +r not just o+r.. everyone needs to be able to read it
<Tenkawa> all users need to be able to read that file for dns resolution
<Tenkawa> and o+r only makes it readable by owner of the file
<Tenkawa> or calling process
<Tenkawa> so you might still get some things that fail dns queries if they use direct calls to the resolver library
<DigitalMan1983_> ah OK...I'll let the build run its course, if it still doesn't work I'll try it without the o
<DigitalMan1983_> thanks
<Tenkawa> np
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<xwigg> ah yes should be in linux-buster-root-current-meson64 package
<archetech_a> im not on that
<archetech_a> thats a lane/igore issue and irs dev work so may not be in those pkgs yet
<archetech_a> it's
<archetech_a> i'm using the git one to hack my original ;P
<xwigg> nice
<archetech_a> wonder why this changed maybe size of file setenv k_addr "0x01080000" > setenv k_addr "0x1100000"
<archetech_a> fun dangerous stuff
<archetech_a> hah
<archetech_a> inxi -C
<archetech_a> CPU: Topology: 6-Core (2-Die) model: N/A variant-1: cortex-a53 variant-2: cortex-a73 bits: 64 type: MCP MCM
<archetech_a> Speed: 2100 MHz min/max: 1000/2016:2400 MHz Core speeds (MHz): 1: 1000 2: 1000 3: 2100 4: 2100 5: 2100 6: 2100
<archetech_a> the first armbian N2Plus OC'd Igor will be happy his boot.ini is close or better
<archetech_a> thks lanefu too for pkgs
<xwigg> works?
<archetech_a> patch set is coming I checked amlogic kernel dev mail
<archetech_a> v2 patchset
<archetech_a> xwigg: 2100 vs 1800 id say so
<xwigg> nice
<archetech_a> I can pump it up to 2400
<xwigg> NIC works?
<archetech_a> thats next
<archetech_a> xwigg: thks for the somewhat belabored install help ;P
<archetech_a> team effort this was
<xwigg> nice work
<xwigg> now you're gonna run kodi?
<archetech_a> no I do desktops maybe some time
<archetech_a> now we need the new patches for the gpu
<archetech_a> thats still wip
<xwigg> arg mali
<archetech_a> grr nic receiving still broke
<xwigg> mm. maybe 100/100 will work
<archetech_a> tried
<archetech_a> incoming is terrible lan and web
<Tenkawa> do you use wired or wireless?
<DigitalMan1983_> still failing to resolve repositories, trying chmod +r /etc/resolv.conf
<archetech_a> wired
<Tenkawa> hmm
<Tenkawa> let me plug mine into my router
<archetech_a> you got an n2?
<Tenkawa> my wifi is flying.. let me see if it slows down over wired
<Tenkawa> yeah
<Tenkawa> not a + just regular though
<archetech_a> k try a update from web
<Tenkawa> need to setup the nic in network manager, give it an ip and reboot.. take me about 5
<archetech_a> id physically remove the wless nic too to be sure of the test
<Tenkawa> ok brb.. my eth cables are short.. walking it over to router
<Tenkawa> i am
<Tenkawa> ok booting up now
<archetech_a> I wouldnt let the upgrade install
<archetech_a> just see if it gets stuff normal and ctrl c
<Tenkawa> anyone have a specific test I can run?
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<archetech_a> nothing more than update for me
<Tenkawa> I'm getting great speed to beta.armbian.com
<Tenkawa> [ 5] 0.00-10.00 sec 15.1 MBytes 12.6 Mbits/sec 71 sender
<Tenkawa> [ 5] 0.00-10.00 sec 13.7 MBytes 11.5 Mbits/sec receiver
<archetech_a> you got the current build not dev is why
<Tenkawa> huh?
<Tenkawa> what are you talking about
<Tenkawa> you dont know what I am running
<archetech_a> prove me wrong
<archetech_a> inxi -S
<Tenkawa> System:
<Tenkawa> Host: odroidn2 Kernel: 5.7.15+ aarch64 bits: 64 Console: tty 2
<Tenkawa> Distro: Armbian GNU/Linux bullseye/sid
<Tenkawa> happy?
<Tenkawa> i run unstable not stable
<Tenkawa> and I dont run ubuntu
<archetech_a> thats not dev
<Tenkawa> I'm on my 8th kernel recompile today as you see because I tune constantly
<Tenkawa> Linux odroidn2 5.7.15+ #8 SMP Thu Aug 13 13:09:33 EDT 2020 aarch64 GNU/Linux
<archetech_a> again you go off topic into your ways
<Tenkawa> it is of the kernel which is the "important" part.. you really need to learn the core
<archetech_a> odroidn2 Kernel: 5.7.15-meson64 aarch64 bits: 64 Console: tty 0 Distro: Armbian GNU/Linux 11 (bullseye)
<archetech_a> this is the topic
<DigitalMan1983_> fuck. still not resolving repositories with the chmod +r
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<archetech_a> delete the thing and redo itthe file stock
<archetech_a> its 0644 I think
<archetech_a> might chk for a bad link too
<DigitalMan1983_> tried adding nameserver and nameserver to resolv.conf
<archetech_a> don thinks its that but good idea
<archetech_a> what board is that
<DigitalMan1983_> Lime-A64
<archetech_a> try iperf3 locally everybodys doin it
<archetech_a> lol
<archetech_a> dnag n2 image
<archetech_a> dang
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<Tenkawa> archetech: question.. are you talking about bullseye?
<archetech_a> 29100 and oc'ed cool
<archetech_a> yes but dev
<Tenkawa> bullseye "is" cuurently dev
<archetech_a> is yours say deb 11 ?
<archetech_a> odroidn2 Kernel: 5.7.15-meson64 aarch64 bits: 64 Console: tty 0 Distro: Armbian GNU/Linux 11 (bullseye)
<Tenkawa> no because inxi reads files and mine dont read the same as yours
<Tenkawa> I can make them
<Tenkawa> just like testing has another name too
<archetech_a> lets say ya have the same exact bullseye then the issue is what did the devs do to break the n2+ boot pkgs
<archetech_a> they are trying to accomodate for 2 similar boards with same pkgs ya know stuff is breaking
<archetech_a> and stuff is now working like OC
<archetech_a> its in flux
<Tenkawa> like here's a good example: my lsof is : 4.93.2+dfsg-1
<archetech_a> thks for testing the nic
<Tenkawa> thats the ver in bullseye and in unstable but newer than buster
<Tenkawa> no problem on the network
<archetech_a> nic n2 =ok plus = not check
<Tenkawa> I needed to get that hooked back up to the router so it was good motivation :)
<nekomancer[m]> I build N2 image with all filesystems from build options.
<nekomancer[m]> Only ext4 image boots on my device.
<nekomancer[m]> excluding nfs
<nekomancer[m]> ext4 | f2fs | btrfs | fel
<Tenkawa> btrfs wouldnt boot for me either
<Tenkawa> but I only tried once
<DigitalMan1983_> still not resolving on these repositories....I'm stumped
<DigitalMan1983_> I can ping them all day long but when I run the armbian build script it won't talk to them
<Tenkawa> DigitalMan1983: what error do you get?
<DigitalMan1983_> could not resolve x.y.z
<xwigg> disable ipv6 temporarily, or force wgetrc to use ipv4 only
<Tenkawa> can you resolve them manually from the command line like nslookup (thatsite)
<DigitalMan1983_> yup, no problem from the command line
<archetech_a> I cant iperf deb.debian.org
<archetech_a> only ping
<DigitalMan1983_> how do I disable ipv6?
<archetech_a> fyi
<archetech_a> DigitalMan1983_: in armb-config
<archetech_a> set to ignore is enough
<archetech_a> reboot
<DigitalMan1983_> where is armb-config?
<archetech_a> DigitalMan1983_: in armbian-config pkg
<DigitalMan1983_> don't know where that is either
<archetech_a> heard of apt ?
<Tenkawa> sudo /usr/sbin/armbian-config
<Tenkawa> if its installed
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<Tenkawa> which it should be on base armbian installs
<DigitalMan1983_> I probably should mention, I'm not on my target, I'm cross-compiling
<Tenkawa> on a normal linux machine you can disable it in grub with ipv6.disable=1
<Tenkawa> and update grub
<DigitalMan1983_> yes I'm familiar with apt, and neither armb-config or armbian-config appear to be valid packages
<Tenkawa> nice thing to add to /etc/default/grub some days
<Tenkawa> DigitalMan1983: its not in one
<Tenkawa> they add it seperately
<Tenkawa> as part of the builder
<Tenkawa> I was looking for it earlier myself
<DigitalMan1983_> OK disabled ipv6 with sysctl
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<DigitalMan1983_> giving it another go....with BUILD_KSRC=no this time so it goes a little quicker...
<Tenkawa> yeah sorry forgot about doing that dynamicly.. when I do it , its usually not going to be reenabled
<Tenkawa> yikes..3 ipv6 addresses on this interfaces
<Tenkawa> er interface
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<xwigg> Dig: sysctl -w net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6=1
<xwigg> will be gone after reboot
<xwigg> but it's just a guess
<lanefu> DigitalMan1983_: i'm sorry you're in resolver hell
<lanefu> breadcrumbs, disable systemd-resolvd, disable resolvconf service.. delete resolv.conf symlink and recreate, and edit /etc/nsswitch.conf and set for hosts to: hosts: files dns
<lanefu> oh and there's a thing in network manager too
<lanefu> i had a ansible playbook that solved most of this, but then there's some sortof moving target that i'm missing depending on what permutatio of ubuntu i have
<lanefu> in NetworkManager.conf
<lanefu> [main]
<lanefu> dns = default
<lanefu> rc-manager = file
<lanefu> sorry for spamming channel
<Tenkawa> rc.local is your friend too btw
<Tenkawa> for reboots
<Tenkawa> :)
<lanefu> rc.local is cheating
<lanefu> but also wonderful
<Tenkawa> hey!!! not to us oldtimers
<lanefu> systemd is pretty dope, but i understand ragequiting to devuan
<xwigg> inittab :-)
<lanefu> archetech_a: i did some scrolling.. so you've got N+ speeds now, but NIC still has performance issues?
<Tenkawa> xwigg: oh yeah
<Tenkawa> xwigg: I would like an armbian/devuan hybrid :)
<Tenkawa> no systemd :)
<lanefu> Tenkawa: yeah TRS-80 was talking about that
<lanefu> honestly i think it would be cool in the spirit of the -minimal armbian images
<lanefu> but not sure how much retooling it would take with debootstrap
<lanefu> and you can't like "downgrade" a debian in to devuan can you
<lanefu> the SystemNi knights show up and rip it all out and put in init
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<Tenkawa> not sure but on the arm boxes I do run it on it runs nice
<archetech> yeah uh huh. I'm bad. (R. Pryor ref)
<xwigg> systemd is encompassing perhaps an alpinelinux would be nice, though openwrt fits nicely there
<archetech> @lanefu ^
<archetech> Slack has sysv.
<archetech> on arm
<Tenkawa> but slack's arm support is lightyears behind
<archetech> had it on the rock64 for about oh. 10 mins
<xwigg> hehe
<Tenkawa> do they even have a "stable" arm64 port yet?
* archetech idk not a slacker
<archetech> one man distro's scare me
<xwigg> slack is pretty solid over the years (x86)
<Tenkawa> x86 yes.. other platforms they lag behind
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<DigitalMan1983_> tried build with IPv6 disabled, same results
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<DigitalMan1983_> lanefu - still somewhat of a beginner. How does one go about disabling services?
<DigitalMan1983_> ah, sysctl again
<archetech> systemctl
<DigitalMan1983_> yes, that too :)
<DigitalMan1983_> Failed to disable unit: Unit file systemd-resolvd.service does not exist.
<archetech> run. systemctl by itself to see service names
<archetech> or --list
<DigitalMan1983_> systemd-resolved perhaps?
* archetech hmmm. Ive conquered ARM. maybe a hackintosh Big Sur beta build is in my future heh
<archetech> with a i5 10600
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<DigitalMan1983_> disabled systemd-resolved service, can't find anything resembling resolvconf
<DigitalMan1983_> as a service anyway. as a package...it's not installed
<DigitalMan1983_> Well I'll be damned....I can't even run an apt-get update
<Tenkawa> what error you getting when you try just apt-get update?
<DigitalMan1983_> same resolve issue
<DigitalMan1983_> can't even use a web browser so there's something hosed on my network connection to my VM
<Tenkawa> do this for me.. ls -lad /etc/resolv.conf
<Tenkawa> I want to see which resolver you're using
<DigitalMan1983_> ok now I can apt-get update
<Tenkawa> if you use resolvconf or static defined file
<Tenkawa> this will tell me
<DigitalMan1983_> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 39 Jul 15 16:54 /etc/resolv.conf -> ../run/systemd/resolve/stub-resolv.conf
<Tenkawa> wow sounds like your connect or your choice of servers is not good
<DigitalMan1983_> yeah I had to change my network adapter settings in VirtualBox
<DigitalMan1983_> it was simply set to NAT instead of my specific NIC
<Tenkawa> bummer
<Tenkawa> macintosh host?
<DigitalMan1983_> windows
<Tenkawa> oh
<DigitalMan1983_> a little baffled as to how it got changed or if not why it stopped working
<DigitalMan1983_> but I'm trying another build, we'll see
<Tenkawa> why not run vmware player? in my experience its a lot more robust
<DigitalMan1983_> never really explored my options
<Tenkawa> I run parallels but I'm on a mac and its great on there
<DigitalMan1983_> looks like it doesn't support windows as a host
<Tenkawa> no its made for macs
<DigitalMan1983_> yeah I don't have a mac
<Tenkawa> I ran vmware when I used windows and linux hosts
<DigitalMan1983_> ah here it is for windows....version 15.5
<DigitalMan1983_> can it use vdi disk files from virtual box or does it have it's own format?
<DigitalMan1983_> FUCK
<Tenkawa> vmware I think uses vmdk only but dont quote me
<Tenkawa> what happened?
<DigitalMan1983_> same shit. can't resolve
<DigitalMan1983_> apt-get update is still working
* DigitalMan1983_ smashes his head against an already blood-stained, dented wall
<DigitalMan1983_> I'm able to ping all three servers
<Tenkawa> dont trust ping… go to them with something that uses tcp like links/lynx
<Tenkawa> make sure you are actually going somewhere
<DigitalMan1983_> yup, they all load in links
<Tenkawa> ok good
<Tenkawa> well at least routing is ok
<DigitalMan1983_> ls
<DigitalMan1983_> woops wrong window haha
<Tenkawa> so something programatic sounds goofy..
<DigitalMan1983_> going AFK for a few hours. hopefully my home setup will reveal that this is something specific to my work machine or network connection
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<lanefu> DigitalMan1983_: aka bloodyman1983
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<archetech_a> need to find that n2 nicregression
<archetech_a> whos got the chops
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<archetech_a> 5.8.y may hold the answer
<DigitalMan1983> OK so there's definitely something up with my work machine
<DigitalMan1983> not sure if it's our network, the PC or the VM, but the build I left going at home finished with no such issue
<lanefu> archetech_a: so im running same kernel that i gave you on my n2
<lanefu> so only diff is gonna be the device tree overlay
<lanefu> not overlay
<lanefu> but you get it
<lanefu> i'll fire up vimdiff
<lanefu> after i solve my current linux on mac problem
<DigitalMan1983> ugh...and now to fight with Guest Additions to get drag and drop working
<archetech_a> idk what dto is
<archetech_a> leave info here ill bbl
<archetech_a> ty
* DigitalMan1983 finds bloodyman1983 fitting
<wbn> is anyone here an expert on custom armbian build setups? I'm looking to do something specific with my images
<wbn> basically i want root to have an invalid password, a custom user with sudo nopwd access, ssh authorized_keys in that user's homedir, and SSH password auth turned off
* DigitalMan1983 is barely an expert at spelling his own name
<wbn> also I want to be able to test if /dev/mmcblk0 is uninitialized, and if it is, overwrite it with the contents of its own block device
<wbn> during boot
<wbn> it seems like i should be doing something in userpatches/customize-image.sh
<wbn> but idk what context that script executes in
<DigitalMan1983> just curious wbn, what board are you working with?
<DigitalMan1983> Olinuxino-A64 here
<wbn> rockpi-4a and orangepi4
<wbn> never heard of your board
<DigitalMan1983> cool
<wbn> but rockchip based stuff is what i work with
<DigitalMan1983> it's made by a company called Olimex
<wbn> they make the SoC too?
<DigitalMan1983> they make an RK3188 SOM, which is what I was working with before I graduated up to 64 bit
<wbn> oh it's an Allwinner
<wbn> icic
<DigitalMan1983> no, the A64 is Allwinner
<DigitalMan1983> I
<DigitalMan1983> 'm dumb as a box of rocks with this stuff but the guys in here are really helpful
<wbn> hope someone gets to me soon :p
<wbn> but its ok i'll be here all night
<DigitalMan1983> best bet is to hang out here for a day or two, even if you idle for long periods of time....which is what most people do on IRC anyway
<wbn> i mean i have a bouncer so yeah
<wbn> i'm not gonna miss anything regardless
<DigitalMan1983> cool
<lanefu> wbn: customize_image is ran in the image -chroot as the last step before closing out
<DigitalMan1983> I'd say this channel is fairly active
<DigitalMan1983> +lanefu knows lots of things about stuff
<wbn> lanefu: oh hey thanks
<wbn> thank u
<lanefu> so it will be priviledged and qemu will handly any arm execution
<lanefu> *handle
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<wbn> that's ok i really only wanna touch files
<wbn> oh it WILL handle arm exec
<wbn> ok
<lanefu> yep! automagic
<wbn> so the context in which that script executes
<wbn> is basically as if i were just in runlevel 1 on the board itself?
<lanefu> yeah
<lanefu> good way to frame it
<wbn> ok so i don't have to worry about any prefixing or anything
<wbn> cause i looked at someone's script for an example and it had like
<wbn> /tmp/overlay or something in there
<wbn> and that's when i decided i'd ask in here lol
<lanefu> right so that folder gets mapped in there
<lanefu> so you can copy stuff
<lanefu> im trying to think what the conext path would be
<wbn> copy from where to where?
<wbn> and mapped from where to where?
<lanefu> standby
<wbn> np
<wbn> sorry for overloading you w q's
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<DigitalMan1983> wbn did you have any raspberry pis before you got your orangepi4?
<wbn> yeah, a few
<wbn> but this is actually for work - i work for a company that manages a few thousand rockpi's and orangepi's
<wbn> and it's one of those things where
<wbn> you start with a configuration that works for maybe 5 boards
<wbn> and then you have to manage more and more boards and you're just making clones of clones and things are getting out of control lol
<lanefu> wbn: okay so looks effective like the userpatches folder in your git checkout is mounted inside the chroot as /overlay
<lanefu> mount -o bind,ro "$USERPATCHES_PATH"/overlay "${SDCARD}"/tmp/overlay
<wbn> so i'm trying to fix all that
<wbn> lanefu: oh awesome
<lanefu> then chroot's to the equivalent of `/`
<wbn> this is dope
<wbn> im coming from yocto
<wbn> and not having to write build recipes for every single dependency i have
<wbn> i feel so free
<lanefu> wbn: woohoo. I look forward to your contributions :)
<lanefu> we need lots of help
<lanefu> but the good news is, we've solved a lot of the biggest pain points
<lanefu> liek the ones you were experiencing with yocto builds for different devices
<wbn> yeah
<lanefu> wbn: also be aware of /boot/armbianEnv.txt
<lanefu> most bootime stuff can be handled there
<lanefu> you'll see vars in boot.cmd that coorespond to stuff in armbianEnv.txt
<lanefu> anyway have fun doin stuff
<wbn> ohhhh tight
<wbn> wait
<lanefu> ha
<lanefu> im here
<lanefu> ex: of someting i have in my userpatches
<wbn> can you show me where's the default contents of armbianEnv.txt
<lanefu> if [[ -f /boot/armbianEnv.txt ]]; then
<lanefu> sed -i 's/verbosity.*$/verbosity=7/' /boot/armbianEnv.txt
<lanefu> fi
<wbn> or is it default blank