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<ArmbianTwitter> @lanefu (Lane Jennison): @Poddingue I do tons of docker on armbian. Nothing special to do on that front. Just apt install https://t.co/aawQxe1Hef I've had a hashicorp nomad cluster on armbian for almost 3 years. I do know that ansible-k3s now supports armbian installs. (16s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @co7wt (Pavel Milanes Costa): Downloading! Congratulations! https://t.co/kbrJ3O4pR4 (27s ago)
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<Tony_mac32> lol
<Tony_mac32> my exposure on Twitter has shamed me into some cleaning. Low level hoarder is not able to be debated
<Werner> what
<Tony_mac32> haha I was having a chat with Cyber City Circuits about building some boards for me and they took a screenshot that included some of my mess in the background
<Tony_mac32> my workspace has gotten a bit out of hand, purging some stuff
<Werner> Haha okay
<Tony_mac32> I've also absolutely let my hair go wild, since I have a unique opportunity to just let it go
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<Tony_mac32> We set up a hack chat type discussion for the next day, we had 9 people on it at one point, was cool enough
<Werner> Just found it on Twitter. I like it :P
<Tony_mac32> XD
<Werner> Unfortunately I do not have a dedicated space to create a mess. Only a part of my desk.
<Tony_mac32> haha be sure my wife does not love this mess
<Werner> Understandable. Mine does not like all the cables and blinking sbcs on my desk either
<IgorPec> good morning. link ? :)
<IgorPec> great!
<IgorPec> Tony, new Twitter star :)
<joel___> yesterday i managed to move my system back from a ssd to a sd card, is it helpfull if i write it down and do a MR to docs.armbian.com?
<Werner> Not sure if it is useful in the docs. However you can create a topic here: https://forum.armbian.com/forum/40-reviews-tutorials-hardware-hacks/
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<Heisath> I hate hand soldering SMD parts
* IgorPec doesn't envy Heisath :)
<Heisath> why did I agree to this again? Should have just left you alone with the first broken version :D
<Heisath> https://jannis.imserv.org/nextcloud/index.php/s/PcjBFAF68ECCxMZ This might be a bit better picture of the new boards btw
<Heisath> And I might get around ordering new parts by desoldering the ICs from the old boards and onto the new ones. But that means more handsoldering and more potential to break the chips through thermal damage
<IgorPec> :) joy when things will work will be greater! :)
<IgorPec> i have a dosent of v1 boards. You have any use of ?
<Heisath> no
<Heisath> I have also 5(?) and the parts don't come of easy enough to reuse them
<Heisath> I got enough to test the v2
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<IgorPec> ok
<Heisath> hate to say it, but the 7seg on the serial mux is still not working properly. But apart from that the board is fine
<Heisath> Have not yet started with sd mux btw.
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<IgorPec> how does the problems manifest?
<Heisath> just a mistake on our side reading a datasheet
<Heisath> A pin needs to be inverted. Easy fix
<Heisath> apart from that the serial mux board is good to go. Works as expected.
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<Heisath> Btw the armbian/mpads repo is bugged for me. It does not load the commit log etc. in github
<IgorPec> for me as well
<IgorPec> but if i disable adblocker it works
<IgorPec> no idea why
<Werner> Same. Interesting...
<Werner> Got i
<Heisath> now I can't have lunch, because the whole table is full of electronics :/
<Werner> /mpads/* is on easylist, dont ask why
<Werner> Add exception for /mpads/* and you're good to go IgorPec
<IgorPec> hehe
<IgorPec> werner: yeah, but still dunno why
<IgorPec> strange mistery. just this repository is borked
<Werner> Try this way. Simple exception did not fix for good...
<IgorPec> i am fine with disabling it for github
<IgorPec> until they don't bring up some shit
<Werner> Your choice :)
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<tete_> hi, i bought a odroid n2 and would like to know if someone has this in use as htpc with e.g. kodi. at the moment i use coreelec, but i am not that happy (missing packages etc.), so i'd like to change if possible but afraid of missing decoders (amlogic...)
<tete_> anyone experienced in that?
<stipa> Tony_mac32: Werner I guess cables remind women of snakes subconsciously so they dislike them. But having no respect of what men do is another thing and that could indicate a hint of hate :D
<fromport> tete_: what packages are you missing ?
<tete_> for example snap/flatpak so that i can use packages like tribler
<c0rnelius> looks like someone has been working on a tribler addon for kodi - https://github.com/hbiyik/repository.biyik
<stipa> c0rnelius: so much of you not using illegal kodi plugins.
<ArmbianTwitter> @lq_feed (LinuxQuestions Feed): LXer: Armbian Linux for ARM Devices Switches to Linux Kernel 5.9, Supports Ubuntu https://t.co/ITIKRLMkxR (13s ago)
<c0rnelius> stipa: didn't say I was using them :D
<c0rnelius> or that... some asked and i did a quick search.
<c0rnelius> someone*
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<stipa> c0rnelius: i believe you
<c0rnelius> doesn't look like it would run independently on say libre/coreELEC anyway.
<rneese> j #archlinuxarm
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<tete_> tribler is not illegal
<tete_> just like guns are not illegal
<tete_> if you shot someone, then its illegal
<tete_> but when you go training and shot on targets that are made for that, then its fine
<c0rnelius> depends on the country and the gun
<tete_> furthermore, depending on the country, there are different laws
<tete_> in my country pretty anything is legal when it comes to streaming/downloading because we pay for that
<c0rnelius> then why use an onion?
<tete_> theres never enough security, isnt it ;)
<c0rnelius> ok
<stipa> governments are greedy motherfuckers
<c0rnelius> yeap. people work there.
<stipa> when they sense there's money in something that something is theirs from now on...
<tete_> depends again on the country... if they would just be greedy, they would legalize cannabis in the EU and collect the taxes ;)
<c0rnelius> if you think Governments are bad, you should meet my Ex.
<tete_> but yea, i think most of them are just corrupt and want to make as much money as possible
<tete_> lol
<c0rnelius> Pretty sure she has them beat
<stipa> they could but medical expenses to treat addicts is not cheap either
<Tony_mac32> doubtful c0rnelius XD
<c0rnelius> I don't know, shes a greedy old bitch Tony_mac32
<Tony_mac32> but without a military at her disposal :P
<c0rnelius> No, just a state.
<c0rnelius> no military as of yet
<Tony_mac32> ha
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<stipa> c0rnelius: i hope you have no nightmares of your Ex
<stipa> that you live in peace now
<c0rnelius> stipa: Nah, shes whatever. Like everything else is, but since we were on the topic of greed I found it to be relevant.
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<stipa> c0rnelius: good to hear that
<stipa> c0rnelius: women are evil towards men
<c0rnelius> stipa: some are, yes.
<c0rnelius> I find it to be a people problem more than say a gender one.
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<ArmbianTwitter> @lxer_feed (LXer): Armbian Linux for ARM Devices Switches to Linux Kernel 5.9, Supports Ubuntu 20.10 https://t.co/TKQTgXQfTD (24s ago)
<stipa> c0rnelius: sure
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<stipa> mz mice could use some cleanup
<stipa> my*
<stipa> cleanin a mice when it's plugged into the computer is annoying :D
<stipa> a mouse*
<Heisath> IgorPec, short update. I put the serial board aside (works), and started on the sd mux. No design issues there so far. I could connect to the STM32 and load a program. Now I/Hijax need to put together the code to allow usb2sdio bridge.
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<stipa> Does anyone know an sd card brand from china that isn't a scam?
<stipa> cheap one
<stipa> on ebay
<stipa> or a reputable seller
<stipa> fromport: i'll check it out
<stipa> fromport: thanks
<fromport> sandisk ultra 128gb for $15
<stipa> cool cool
<fromport> i even bought a 400Gb sandisk for $40
<stipa> fromport: what are read and write speed on those cards?
<stipa> from your expirience
<fromport> i have the 32gb &64gb versions in use on my odroid hc2. i have not really benchmarked them
<fromport> wasn't there someone here recently that did benchmark a whole lot ?
<stipa> i have no idea
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<stipa> what should i do with those numbers? multiply or divide by something to get MegaBytes?
<fromport> 3rd column until the last column: Indicates the various tests that are performed and its output values in per second.
<fromport> when you run iozone it says Output is in kBytes/sec
<stipa> fromport: ok
<stipa> fromport: looks to me like it's milseconds and not hte kiloBytes ?
<stipa> on the list of the cards
<stipa> how much it lasts to transfer 100MB
<stipa> or?
<fromport> write rewrite read reread with 4k blocks
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<stipa> fromport: judging from the list i guess your card is around 40-50MB/s read and write
<stipa> around 2,5 seconds to transfer 100MB
<stipa> my head hurts! :D
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<newc> hi
<newc> I was wondering has anybody came across to this:
<newc> i have written the image on my sd card and put it in my odroid C2 board witch originalli came with android and it still boots the android
<newc> what settings do I need to apply to boot from sd card
<newc> ?
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<fromport> newc: https://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?t=27862 does that help ?
<newc> I'm not sure how to read the UUID from odroid when it runs android
<TRS-80> newc: MAybe go to #android and ask them?
<TRS-80> Or wherever their support forums are...
<newc> ok
<lanefu> TRS-80: hold my beer averaged over 250mbit and peaks of 400 lol
<TRS-80> I submit to your apparent higher wizard level
<TRS-80> particularly in the area if infrastructure
<lanefu> Lol. Well when scoped to bit slinging shenanigans maybe
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<lanefu> TRS-80: https://nojs.club/
<TRS-80> sr.ht already on there :)
<TRS-80> nice
<TRS-80> a bit sad, such a short list lol
<TRS-80> journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step however
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<TRS-80> Helios64 release seems to be a bit bumpy (hardware? wise)...
<TRS-80> I guess some software, too. Or, remains to be seen. Anyway, just bumpy...
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<ArmbianTwitter> @lanefu (Lane Jennison): A must-watch if you want some real perspective of ARM server performance. @NicoD99364191 compares #AWS Graviton 2 vs @armbian older 32core Ampere provided by @worksonarm and @armbians new #threadripper build server. https://t.co/mloYEDm4WK (11s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @NicoD99364191 (NicoD): @lanefu @armbian @worksonarm I'm amazed how well this performs. I would not have guessed it was only 2.5Ghz. That Ampere 80-core N1 server must be a monster. Thank you! (9s ago)
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<fromport> nice review
<TRS-80> yeah
<fromport> too bad it is bezos only :-(
<TRS-80> Ooh, I was referring to NicoD earlier one...
<TRS-80> yes, disgusting completely proprietary hardware
* Tony_mac32 just got back, are we talking RPi again?
<fromport> is nicod from belgium ?
<TRS-80> Tony_mac32: I just realized I think lanefu review is about AWS Graviton, which like all AWS ARM based stuff is completely proprietary to my understanding
<TRS-80> fromport: somewhere around there (he has mentioned it, but I can't remember offhand now)
<ArmbianTwitter> @AlexRob12252696 (Alex Robinson): I built some #PinebookPro Groovy Gorilla Armbian images! You can download GNOME or minimal here: https://t.co/a7WeH3Yoaj Thankfully, wayland works with these :) @thepine64 (31s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @AlexRob12252696 (Alex Robinson): I built some #PinebookPro Groovy Gorilla Armbian images! You can download GNOME or minimal here: https://t.co/feqvFJVPKx Thankfully, wayland works with these :) @thepine64 (14s ago)
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<lanefu> Lol nice
<nekomancer[m]> second author is jerk.
<lanefu> TRS-80: yeah graviton2 is AWS inhouse server CPU. It would be interesting to know whether or not you can build mainline for it. I guess as a VM would be easy
<nekomancer[m]> quintessence all I hate.
<nekomancer[m]> "Let it breathe", my ass!
* TRS-80 things second one looks better
<TRS-80> But wait! There's more! :)
<nekomancer[m]> yes, it is. but all ideas he wrote are totaly wrong.
<Tony_mac32> haha TRS-80 I was being sarcastic, the Broadcom SoC's in RPi's are also completely locked up to RPi only, no one else may use them
<nekomancer[m]> intervals, contrast, width — all that I and every man who need it set in settings of computer as he want to see, not as one jerk on other ond of the earth want to see.
<TRS-80> nekomancer[m]: OK, I see what you mean now. Forcing width for readability on larger screen. I dunno, I see both sides. Not disagreeing with you.
* Tony_mac32 would have everything be light text on a black baground
<TRS-80> Tony_mac32: I am well aware. But gotcha, makes sense now.
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<stroller34> Hello there.
<TRS-80> hi stroller34
* TRS-80 has to go to dinner
<nekomancer[m]> "Dark reader" addon does the same for me
<ArmbianTwitter> @miniNodes (miniNodes): @NicoD99364191 @lanefu @armbian @worksonarm 80 cores at “only” 2.5ghz. Wow! (8s ago)
<archetech> bought a cheap usb 3 enclosure this is what I got
<archetech> ata_id[2386]: unable to open '/dev/sda'
<archetech> Nov 27 18:15:22 deb10-omv5 kernel: sd 0:0:0:0: [sda] Attached SCSI disk
<archetech> Nov 27 18:15:22 deb10-omv5 kernel: usb 2-1.2: new SuperSpeed Gen 1 USB device number 5 using xhci-hcd
<archetech> tyvm jmicron
<lanefu> archetech: on odroid?
<rneese> these are not the odroids your looking for
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<TRS-80> JohnnyMnemonic: hi
<TRS-80> I am a prophet, allow me to predict the future
<TRS-80> :)
<JohnnyMnemonic> Hello, I'm interested in being activated for the Armbian Forum, so that I could post more than once every 24 hours?
<TRS-80> anuit
<TRS-80> lemme see what I can do
<JohnnyMnemonic> :-)