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<ArmbianTwitter> @notameadow (🌻 π™ΌπšŽπšŠπšπš˜πš  π™΄πš•πš•πš’πšœ (2).arj 🌻): @travisgoodspeed Uh... I don't know yet :) I will be a home brew solution I am sure, I suppose I will end up with something armbian based so I can just connect USB and download or expose myself to some other security risk. The sensor interfaces are low level, either pic16 or something sim. (29s ago)
<lanefu> i need a guineea pig
* lanefu guineeased himself
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<ArmbianTwitter> @TonyMac_32 (Thomas McKahan): @armbian @IronicBadger @kobol_io @m_wimpress @popey I used zfs-dkms and had no issues on kernel 5.8. (13s ago)
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<fromport> lanefu: next time mention for what ;-)
<lanefu> true lol
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<Tony_mac32> changed the oil on my Ford Fusion (Mondeo for the Euro folks)
<Tony_mac32> spent about 20 minutes changing oil and 2 hours removing and replacing the stupid pan under the engine
<Tony_mac32> I wound up grinding a dognose point into an actual point to get the fastener started in the crappy rubber grommet thing
<Tony_mac32> (FYI that generation Fusion is a Volvo platform)
<Tony_mac32> I think the Mazda-6 based one was better
<lanefu> Wooohooo now have region support for armbian mirrors
<lanefu> you can change your /etc/apt/sources.list.d/armbian.list from https://apt.armbian.com to https://apt.armbian.com/region/EU/ or /region/NA/ or /region/AS/ for china
<Tony_mac32> nani?!?!
<lanefu> same for redirect.armbian.com
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* stipa \o/
<Tony_mac32> lanefu o7
<fromport> Tony_mac32: do you know that (before they were sold to china) the 5 cyl engines were designed by Porsche?
<fromport> volvo i am talking about ;-)
<Tony_mac32> lol that makes me wonder how they were reliable...
<Tony_mac32> ;)
* fromport had a few v70's, nice cars
<Tony_mac32> my brother had a pair of S60 T6's, he's down to 1 but swears he'll keep it
<Tony_mac32> he replaced the other one with something that got more than 20 MPG highway XD
<Tony_mac32> unlike the v70 those aren't known for being outstandingly reliable
<stipa> lanefu: apt update seems faster with https://apt.armbian.com/region/EU/
<fromport> they were fairly easy to chip tune, i got a newer one, upgraded the ECU, got pulled over (on the hiway in europe) doing over 100km over the speedlimit. i sold it in order to convince the judge i wanted to keep my DL ;-)
<lanefu> stipa: yay
<stipa> Ign:5 https://apt.armbian.com/region/EU focal InRelease
<lanefu> stipa: its still roundrobin for the region
<Tony_mac32> His gas sipper was replaced with an Audi RS 3
<lanefu> lemme check and see if there's a bad one
<Tony_mac32> he's looking for long term pain and suffering in replacements parts I guess
* fromport has gone EV, and while not perfect, i love it
* Tony_mac32 needs to drive 400 miles to visit family
<fromport> how often, and no QC in the middle ?
<Tony_mac32> between myself and my wife, 4-6 times a year
<Tony_mac32> and the up front cost of an EV in the first place, nah
<fromport> i currently _lease_ a bolt: 45k miles , 3 years for a one time amount of $8000.
<Tony_mac32> I also have huge problems with cobalt, lithium, and copper mining, I'm not convinced those are ever worth it for a bit of carbon
<fromport> that is $222.22/month
<Tony_mac32> I have 3 cars for a total of $250 a month at the moment ;)
<lanefu> stipa: claened up a bit hopefully better
<Tony_mac32> I usually run things until they need picked up by a flatbed and just left in a scrap yard
<lanefu> stipa: also if you want to just pick a mirror curl https://apt.armbian.com/mirrors |jq
<fromport> i have no oil changes, i charge from my solar. had 4 different ev's so far in over 100k miles and only thing I ever replaced were tires & wiper blades
<stipa> lanefu: i'll take a note
<Tony_mac32> The only gas car I've had to do repairs to before 100k was this damned caravan
<Tony_mac32> oops, I forgot, I had the alternator fail on my truck at 85k
<Tony_mac32> the caravan's issues are all just electrical nightmares
<Tony_mac32> undersized overworked alternator
<Tony_mac32> horrible power distro box
<stipa> lanefu: i see the mirrors, cool list
<Tony_mac32> the TIPM is famous in all FCA stuff
<Tony_mac32> I have a jumper wire running the fuel pump off of a different relay
<Tony_mac32> (still cuts off in an accident, I'm not a madman)
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<Tony_mac32> I work in automotive (opinions are my own), and I can safely say I do not believe any current model car has any hope of 10 year reliability, and my specific experience in energy storage and power distribution, well, I'm not banking on a safe cross country journey in an EV that's more than 5 years old
<Tony_mac32> If I needed a short jump car, I'd be all over it
<Tony_mac32> well, if I had money to burn and needed a short jump car
<Tony_mac32> the Bolt doesn't look bad, although I prefer the concept behind the Volt better
<Tony_mac32> (horrible naming scheme XD
<TRS-80> Denso COP I need for Mrs. Hyundai are like $50, even at Rock Auto (plus shipping, tax). Normally I go OEM but thinking about cheaping out this time. Cheapies start at like $11 but I thought I would get a Standard Motor Products for like $30? What do you think Mr. I Work in Automotive? :D
<Tony_mac32> You need coils?
<Tony_mac32> Denso == $$$$
<Tony_mac32> lol
<TRS-80> well one, I'll probably buy 2. Maybe 3. Spread the shipping out. As others will likely be going soon.
<Tony_mac32> may I ask how many miles?
<TRS-80> 130-140 or something?
<TRS-80> 120?
<Tony_mac32> ok, at least a mid-range number for a failure like that
<TRS-80> somewhere in there
<TRS-80> yeah just wear, I got no complaints
* Tony_mac32 doesn't quite understand coil failures on modern vehicles
<TRS-80> can get you more accurate data tomorrow, I been keeping log of miles, dates, things done on all our vehicles
<Tony_mac32> well, the Denso's are going to be the best option
<TRS-80> yeah
<TRS-80> debating
<TRS-80> "OEM" just ain't what it used to be, ya know?
<Tony_mac32> Well the rest are just generic crap run through a mill to put them in branded boxes
<Tony_mac32> that's the bad part
<flyback> coils have hard life
<TRS-80> at least on Rock Auto you know what the brand is, they don't even tell you any more at the local auto parts store, and it's usually twice the price
<flyback> even the 0 wire direct on spark plug coils
<TRS-80> that's what these are
<flyback> all that hv beats the shit out of them over time
<TRS-80> Coil On Plug
<TRS-80> yeah, I mean, pretty sure they are original. I got no complaints. It's just time.
<TRS-80> for one anyway, for sure
<Tony_mac32> yeah, at 120k + no worries
<Tony_mac32> a Jep in the family had them go at 75k
<Tony_mac32> Jeep
<TRS-80> > Jeep
<TRS-80> found the issue
<TRS-80> :D
<Tony_mac32> it's a jeep thing, TRS-80, you wouldn't understand
<Tony_mac32> XD
<TRS-80> exactly, and I don't lol
<Tony_mac32> I'd probably bite the bullet and get the OE ones
<lanefu> I like rock auto for big stuff when im not in a hurry... ex struts, CVs. Otherwise i goto napa and dont worry
<TRS-80> I don't got your kinda money
<TRS-80> :)
<Tony_mac32> hahaha well $200 over 120k miles...
<Tony_mac32> :P
* TRS-80 just ordered $100 worth of wipers, light bulbs, spark plugs, etc. for multiple vehicles
<TRS-80> thole light bulbs that are $8 for 2 at local are 0.80 each on Rock Auto
<TRS-80> long life, Sylvania or similar brand name
<Tony_mac32> so anything with "motor products" in it's name is a shell company that moves chinese aftermarket parts in general
<Tony_mac32> 2 things are massive ripoffs at car part stores: light bulbs and brake rotors
<Tony_mac32> they pay $10 for a rotor and charge you $75
<TRS-80> Really? I was under impression that Standard was at least decent. They seem to deal in a lot of hard engine parts.
<Tony_mac32> hmmm, they do BWD and intermotor parts, so your Advance Auto parts non-oem stiff
<lanefu> Napa rotors are better lol
<TRS-80> lanefu how many of those Napa 5 gallon buckets you got?
<TRS-80> :D
<Tony_mac32> had some on a Taurus, just as bad as "wearever" AAP ones
<TRS-80> you seem like a big fan
<lanefu> But yeah ever bought like a "silver" grade rotor from like advance... lasted a year
<lanefu> Haha i 2 NAPA buckets
<TRS-80> I keed, I like Napa too. They are usually much more knowledgeable, and not even any more expensive like in the old days it seems or is that just me?
<Tony_mac32> I got some made in Canada premium ones, can't remember the brand now they changed all their stickers
<Tony_mac32> but those did not "warp" (thickness variation/cementite is not warping, but people don't know better)
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<lanefu> Lol i put powerstop heavy duty on my truck
<lanefu> Light braking isnt very smooth but definitely works on heavy stops
<lanefu> Still on the fence if id repeat
<Tony_mac32> did that on the caravan, they didn't do too well
<Tony_mac32> but then neither did the good ones
<Tony_mac32> van too big, brakes too small
<TRS-80> if these CoPs are $50 at Rock, I can't wait to call my local place tomorrow. I'll report back tomorrow night for htose who want a laugh (or maybe a cry?)
<Tony_mac32> lol
<TRS-80> CoPs don't all need to be replaced at once, do they?
<Tony_mac32> they don't have to be, but you aren't wrong to assume a likely failure on the others coming up
<Tony_mac32> now
<Tony_mac32> can you just get the boots?
<TRS-80> yeah, I was thinking just keep them here on a shelf
<Tony_mac32> sometimes those dry rot/arc to the head
<lanefu> Minivans: respect the curbweight
<Tony_mac32> I'd inspect one before ordering
<TRS-80> I did spark plugs tonight, everything looked fine
<Tony_mac32> ok
<Tony_mac32> yeah, the Caravan has too low-duty of tires and brakes for the weight and the 283 HP XD
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<Tony_mac32> Wife: Why does it always sound funny when I pull out of an intersection?
<Tony_mac32> Me: Traction control
<Tony_mac32> I turned it off for her one day to demonstrate
<Tony_mac32> basically undriveable
<Tony_mac32> little tires, soft suspension, front wheel drive
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<Tony_mac32> lanefu did you see I fixed the savage BASH scripting?
<lanefu> Rofl
<Tony_mac32> also someone with a C4 should verify perhaps, or just merge it and see
<Tony_mac32> :P
<lanefu> So proud
<Tony_mac32> XD
<lanefu> Yeah nothing like code qualiy trolling at 3am
<Tony_mac32> haha
<Tony_mac32> speaking of, oleg's RK3328 patches with the "zzz" prefix
<Tony_mac32> le sigh
<lanefu> Oh dude i put out my tasmota powered spotlights ofetty rad
<Tony_mac32> sweet
<lanefu> Sleepy patches
<TRS-80> lanefu: That was my very first interest in Home Automation: those X-10 modules Dad got at Radio Shack (or Sears or wherever) to remote control the xmas lights when we were kids. I distinctly remember thinking that was the coolest thing ever.
<TRS-80> Nice man! They com on sunset or time?
<lanefu> Yeah. I need to rework my light groups n stuff
<lanefu> Cuz even the porch light is rbg
<TRS-80> we have some lights here that come on at sunset, it's pretty cool to see them shift a minite or two each day
<lanefu> Yeah i love the sunset stuff
<TRS-80> "rework" never ends :D
<lanefu> I have like living room lights come on about 45 min before sunset
<TRS-80> I am loving this linx thing, too, I bet you are as well
<lanefu> And 7am ligjts on jn bedroom
<lanefu> Haha yeah im lovin it
<TRS-80> I have all parts and would like to implement motion lights turning things on brightness level depending on time of day (very low late at night for example) but just haven't gotten around to doing it yet
<lanefu> Yeah i need to add some cloudy day automations based on my weather station data
<TRS-80> I bought some light sensors too for such cases
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<TRS-80> and some cool different kinds of motion sensors that detect direction and other things
<TRS-80> all put away, no time for that now
<lanefu> Yeah that takes a different brain
<TRS-80> I vave an A/C thermostat and temp sensors like 90% implemenmted
<TRS-80> s/vave/have/
<ArmbianHelper> TRS-80 meant to say: I have an A/C thermostat and temp sensors like 90% implemenmted
<TRS-80> sitting in some box also somewhere lol
<lanefu> Ha. Yeah my bedroom lamb has a sonoff basic with a dht22 sensor dangling from it
<lanefu> And then i have window ac with mechanical controls plugged into smart plug. Homeassist does the rest
<ArmbianTwitter> @IronicBadger (Alex Kretzschmar): @TonyMac_32 @armbian @kobol_io @m_wimpress @popey For the life of me I can't get it to build on 5.9.11 even with the correct headers installed. I hate DKMS, this is why. It's just frustration with a fancy name. (21s ago)
<TRS-80> lately I find myself browsing https://sr.ht/projects the same way I browse F-Droid (both of which are in order of most recently updated)
<TRS-80> gn
<Tony_mac32> wut
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<Tony_mac32> ok
<Tony_mac32> lol
<Tony_mac32> lanefu what did you do to a lamb
<Tony_mac32> and why is it in your bedroom
<lanefu> Well we do mutton bbq back home hence lamb
<lanefu> But yeah i meant lamp
<ArmbianTwitter> @TonyMac_32 (Thomas McKahan): @IronicBadger @armbian @kobol_io @m_wimpress @popey I'll have to take a look at 5.9 with another machine and see, apparently! (8s ago)
<Tony_mac32> Yeah, maybe 5.9 broke it, but on 5.8 it took a few minutes and worked like a charm
<lanefu> Chattin it up with self_hosted podcaster
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<Tony_mac32> whosawats?
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<Tony_mac32> Ah ok, I see
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<Tony_mac32> flyback you reminded of a discussion where I spec'd 50V ceramic caps and they were pushing me to go with 25V ones, I had to have a long discussion about repeated ESD discharges to class 2 dielectrics
<flyback> heh
<Tony_mac32> that was after the LONG discussion about what happens to said dielectrics if they sit on a shelf for a while
<Tony_mac32> and what heat cycling does
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<fromport> it is (imo) what they do with micro inverters underneath a solar panel. they need caps in there as well, used _a_ lot and gets "warm". amazing they dare to give 20 year warranty on it
<Tony_mac32> the thing about a lot of class 2 dielectric capacitors is they are based on Barium Titanate, which has a cubic crystal structure above 120 C, and a tetragonal below 120 C. This change in structure causes a capacitor under 120 C to lose a percentage of it's rated capacitance over time
<fromport> I read this article which I found interesting: https://enphase.com/en-us/support/technical-brief-reliability-study-electrolytic-capacitors-microinverter <- has download of pdf
<fromport> Enphase Microinverters use capacitors rated from 4000 to
<fromport> 10000h at 105Β°C.
<fromport> sorry for the split line :-(
<Tony_mac32> no worries
<Tony_mac32> Armbian After Hours (TM)
<Tony_mac32> high ripple current and high temperatures are death sentences for electrolytics. Not suprising since they're related
<Tony_mac32> ripple makes heat
<Tony_mac32> so their little sheet here has a few simple rule of thumb things that you should do, but which I know not everyone does. Your cap should be 2X the operating voltage you expect to hit it with for anything reasonable
<Tony_mac32> It's good to see they took capacitors seriously though
<Tony_mac32> some other guy who makes cars preferred lighting roofs on fire
<fromport> Good to know ;-)
<nekomancer[m]> <fromport "i have no oil changes, i charge "> no oil? EV have no one friction detail no gears?
<fromport> after 50k miles you need to exchange cooling fluid. I have not seen oil change on the charts _ever_
<Tony_mac32> they use PCB oil (isn't it a shame that literally the best stuff for every job is unacceptably toxic or dangerous?)
<Tony_mac32> put PCB's away with the mercury switches, hexavalent chromium, DDT, and asbestos
<Tony_mac32> nekomancer[m] there has been a growing assumption on auto manufacturers here and in Germany at least that they can package lubrication solutions "for the life of the vehicle"
<Tony_mac32> so you are correct, and transmission or differential absolutely has to have oil in it
<Tony_mac32> any*
<nekomancer[m]> as with CVT gearboxes in past.
<Tony_mac32> but they (correctly) know the battery/drivetrain will not survive the 15 years or so that lubricant is designed for
<Tony_mac32> CVT's are the worst thing to hit automotive outside of silicon valley know it alls
<Tony_mac32> My mother was driving around in one of the only 2010-era Mini Coopers still on the road because she had the manual gearbox
<Tony_mac32> every single CVT died
<Tony_mac32> I actually can't think of a reliable one...
* nekomancer[m] drive on honda HR-V with CVT for 15 years. then it start to rust everywhere, I have to let it go :(
* nekomancer[m] This car was ideal for me.
<nekomancer[m]> CVT fluid was changed 2 times. despite of "lifetime"
* Tony_mac32 Googling HR-V
<Tony_mac32> ah ok, a little hatch.
<Tony_mac32> pretty light
<Tony_mac32> Honda is quiet about things, I'll have to look at the only known possibly reliable CVT :P
<Tony_mac32> Next up: dual clutch transmissions XD
<Tony_mac32> A lot of US company designs used a Jatco transmission (and obviously so does Nissan) for CVT, which was prone to overheating and mechanical failure
<Tony_mac32> and then whatever the mess in the Mini was :P
<Tony_mac32> dual-clutch setups, Ford has them in a lot of stuff and they like to grenade
<nekomancer[m]> now I have Subaru Outback β€” with CVT again. But not so long, about 4 years. Still "like new".
<Tony_mac32> :|
<Tony_mac32> ;)
<nekomancer[m]> I like Japanese cars. Designed in Japan (shame to mmodern Nissan)
<Tony_mac32> lol so Toyota and Honda I will agree
<Tony_mac32> Subaru I will not
<Tony_mac32> Mitsubishi nope
<Tony_mac32> and actually some of Honda's stuff is done in the US too these days
* nekomancer[m] say good bye for a night!
<Tony_mac32> The only thing to look for is shuddering during decel on the CVT in the Subaru. Apparently it doesn't disengage quickly enough and can stall the engine
<Tony_mac32> enjoy, untile tomorrow. I go back to work. :/
<nekomancer[m]> have enjoyable work!
<Tony_mac32> hehe we can hope
<IgorPec> good morning
<Tony_mac32> Good night. ;)
<Tony_mac32> Work when I awake, oh joy
<IgorPec> good night :)
<IgorPec> i think i will "stay at home" today
<ArmbianTwitter> @FagunB (Fagun): @armbian Hi, n00b alert! M currently having armbian focal image on the SD card, through which m trying to boot my pinebook (currently with KDE neon user edition) but card is not being recognised (tried all tips n tricks from forum). could you please guide? Thanks (20s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): @FagunB Armbian Twitter knows nothing about technical issues. Your support contract contains information how and where you can ask for assistance. Please check it: https://t.co/QGhntGENdD (16s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @FagunB (Fagun): @armbian Awesome! Thanks! will take it forward from here (4s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @raspberrytorpes (raspberryparatorpes): @Jordi_Faraudo For a NAS I recommend an #odroid_hc4 with @armbian https://t.co/BjkTzhKdix (14s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): RT @raspberrytorpes: @Jordi_Faraudo For a NAS I recommend an #odroid_hc4 with @armbian https://t.co/BjkTzhKdix (17s ago)
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<fagunb> #n00balert - I have a pinebook 64 preloaded with KDE neon user edition. M trying to boot it with armbian image (5.8.16) through SD card but card is not being recognised. Since, m using macbook pro to flash the card. Do I need to convert .img file to .dmg? What could be the reason why the boot process is not happening through SD card? Thanks
<lanefu> fagunb: use balena etcher to write image
<fagunb> lanefu thanks. I am using balena etcher to write the image
<lanefu> Try a non armbian image
<fagunb> @lane
<fagunb> lanefu Sure. May I know where I could find that image?
<fagunb> Thanks
<IgorPec> pinebook or pinebook pro?
<fagunb> pinebook a64
<IgorPec> lcd driver is currently broken so you don't get anything on the screen
<IgorPec> you can try this image https://archive.armbian.com/pinebook-a64/archive/Armbian_20.05.4_Pinebook-a64_focal_current_5.4.45_desktop.img.xz but don't update it since it will be the same
<IgorPec> we don't know yet what is the reason as state it that forum post. that's it
<fagunb> IgorPec That is quite helpful! Thanks again!
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<lanefu> doh good catch igor
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<Werner> Good day
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<ofli> hello I have a problem from setting dns nameserver
<ofli> It always reset default nameserver after reboot
<TRS-80> hey good morning Werner (well, good night maybe for you) :)
<TRS-80> ofli: Debian or Ubuntu flavor Armbian?
<Werner> Not really. 3:30 pm
<ofli> thanks lanefu I tried but it doesn't work
<ofli> I cannot change permanently dns nameserver
<lanefu> ofli: wait.. you don't want DHCP to override it?
<ofli> it is always
<ofli> I want to change this to
<ofli> because I didn't connect to Internet
<Werner> Kill the symlink and recreate resolv.conf as a file. Put nameserver in and issue chattr +i on it :P
<ofli> This default dns nameserver can't provide net
<ofli> how can I kill symlink
<Werner> As you would remove any other file with a simple rm
<lanefu> `rm /etc/resolv.conf`
<ofli> I did
<ofli> many times
<ofli> and now
<Werner> Use your favorite text editor to touch /etc/resolv.conf and put "nameserver" into it. Save it and then use console for "chattr +i /etc/resolv.conf"
<Werner> This way not even root is allowed to alter this file. Not a very nice method though
<Werner> Steam hammer tactics :D
<ofli> I am trying now
<ofli> Thanks Werner
<ofli> It works Werner :))
<ofli> Will this method be harmful for embedded systems?
<Werner> Depends on usage. If you have apps that rely on the file being editable it won't work. Also check if systemd spits errors because it no longer can do edits.
<ofli> I checked on dmesg
<Werner> Better go for syslog. dmesg is usually more low level stuf
<ofli> It doesn't show warning or error
<Werner> great
<ofli> I am looking at syslog
<ofli> but I couldn't see any error
<ofli> just warn
<lanefu> there's some good info about networkmanager.conf settings for dns in this manpage https://manpages.debian.org/unstable/network-manager/NetworkManager.conf.5.en.html
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<ofli> Werner
<Werner> ?
<ofli> I have lost connection for 4 minutes
<ofli> I didn't see your answer if you say anything
<Werner> Answer to what?
<ofli> syslog
<ofli> Maybe my message didn't go to chat
<Werner> Did not answer anything since you said its just a warning
<ofli> Okey
<IgorPec> sudo ln -fs /run/systemd/resolve/resolv.conf /etc/resolv.conf
<IgorPec> and putting DNS into /etc/systemd/resolved.conf
<IgorPec> and service systemd-resolved restart
<ofli> I have done putting my dns to resolved.conf
<ofli> but it didn't work
<IgorPec> did you relink and restart?
<ofli> I didn't remember what i've done
<IgorPec> try my suggestions. I am alkost 100% it will work
<ofli> I am trying your method
<ofli> Thanks IgorPec
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<ofli> Igorpec
<ofli> IgorPec
<ofli> I have rebooted my devices
<ofli> and it reset itself
<ofli> It doesn't contain dns that I want to add
<ofli> There is always
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<IgorPec> ofli: cat /etc/systemd/resolved.conf | grep ^DNS=
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<ofli> IgorPec
<IgorPec> yes
<ofli> I have same problem
<ofli> after reboot, it changes
<ofli> dns nameserver
<IgorPec> did you relink /etc/resolv.conf as stated?
<ofli> how can i relink
<IgorPec> copy and paste "sudo ln -fs /run/systemd/resolve/resolv.conf /etc/resolv.conf"
<ofli> I did
<IgorPec> can you do this as well cat /etc/systemd/resolved.conf | grep ^DNS=
<IgorPec> uh, wait
<ofli> # This file is part of systemd.## systemd is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it# under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or# (at your option) any later version.## Entries in this file show the compile time defaults.# You can
<ofli> change settings by editing this file.# Defaults can be restored by simply deleting this file.## See resolved.conf(5) for details[Resolve]#DNS= 2001:4860:4860::8888 2001:4860:4860::8844#Domains=#LLMNR=yes#DNSSEC=no#Cache=yes#DNSStubListener=udp
<ofli> I changed my DNS
<IgorPec> #####
<IgorPec> remove #
<IgorPec> it can't work if you leave settings commented out
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<ArmbianTwitter> @AlexRob12252696 (Alex Robinson): @Doriphor @thepine64 i haven't tried. armbian is debian or ubuntu specifically for single board computers, and they support rk3399 (pinebook pro SoC). more info: https://t.co/54EixwetKr (30s ago)
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<lanefu> anybody here wanna test a le potato image?
<lanefu> ...built natively on ARM64 host
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<stipa> lanefu: could you bake in IFB module for the orange pi lite 2 in that test build? I could download it at the first of the next month when my internet speed goes up.
<lanefu> stipa: hmmm... trying to remember.. I built you a test image a week ro two ago? i think i added taht config into the default. so should be in any nightly
<lanefu> ohh did i just send you a kernel config? man i can't remember lol
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<stipa> uhhh, let me wisit the chrome history
<stipa> I have downloaded from you Armbian_20.11.0-trunk-stipa-ifb_Orangepilite2_focal_current_5.9.8
<lanefu> stipa: lol how bad is your internet cap right now
<stipa> 2 Mbs
<lanefu> oh the first is liek 2omorrow
<stipa> yeah
<stipa> 5 hours
<lanefu> ha
<lanefu> well that image is still sitting there
<lanefu> or are you saying you ned something different
<stipa> i don't get it
<stipa> you're trying to say that i already have " +lanefu | ...built natively on ARM64 host"
<lanefu> ohhh.. yes just did a build of a no-working potato image on a ARM64 host
<stipa> that image " Armbian_20.11.0-trunk-stipa-ifb_Orangepilite2_focal_current_5.9.8" is running now on my board
<lanefu> ahh okay cool
<lanefu> ..and its working correctly.. you're just suggestig i build the same thing on the arm64 host as a test
<lanefu> gt it
<stipa> yeah
<lanefu> hmm yeah i dont hve that kernel cofnig anymore
<stipa> sec
<stipa> lanefu: i think thi might be it https://termbin.com/cm9i
<lanefu> yeah looks like it
<lanefu> stipa: alright I stuffed it in a branch. it's in my git repo of armbian as well
<stipa> i'll need to do a research what a branch is and repo
<stipa> i guess i'll have to join GitHub?
<buZz> you dont need github to use git
<stipa> git clone?
<buZz> but it does make it easy :)
<stipa> yeah, buZz ,i see t coming
<stipa> i'll need to figure out github terminology, it's all over the plece
<stipa> lanefu: i see it
<stipa> lanefu: so instead downloading 'git clone https://github.com/armbian/build' i have to download 'git clone https://github.com/lanefu/build.git' and run the ./compile.sh , right?
<stipa> seems like it :/
<lanefu> yeah and check out the branch
<lanefu> ..adn the kind of surprise is `touch .ignore_changes` to keep builder from going back to master
<lanefu> i mean you could just use the regular armbian, adn just replace config/kernel/linux-sunxi64-current.config wiht that new config
<lanefu> s/regular armbian/regular armbian repo/
<ArmbianHelper> lanefu meant to say: i mean you could just use the regular armbian repo, adn just replace config/kernel/linux-sunxi64-current.config wiht that new config
<stipa> lanefu: ok, i think i got it
<TRS-80> stipa: No need to join GitHub at all, unless you need to create Issue some where or contribute PR, etc...
<stipa> TRS-80: ok
<TRS-80> stipa: go to little green box that says "Code" and copy the URL then go to your terminal parent directory where you want the repo and do `git clone URL` and done.
<TRS-80> maybe you know that alreasy
<TRS-80> s/alreasy/already/
<ArmbianHelper> TRS-80 meant to say: maybe you know that already
<stipa> TRS-80: i do, yeah, that's all i know about github actually
<TRS-80> stipa: all the rest is just cancer
<stipa> TRS-80: i don't know mate, it's attracting me in somehow, i can't resist it...
<TRS-80> look away from the light
<TRS-80> it's a false prophet
<stipa> TRS-80: i'll do my best!
<TRS-80> like a siren song, you will crash on rocks soon but by the time you realize it will already be too late
<TRS-80> :D
<stipa> TRS-80: yeah, car sirens are very sexy.
<stipa> truck ones aren't bad either
<stipa> ship ones are cool
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<ashthespy> Hello! Long time, hope everyone is keeping well :-)
<[TheBug]> Same to you
<[TheBug]> welcome
<TRS-80> ashthespy o/
<ashthespy> I finally found some time to pick up some little boards again, so back to trouble you all! ;-)
<ashthespy> Btw, how are the download pages updated? The kernel version on the page doesn't seem to match the actual image
<ashthespy> https://www.armbian.com/rockpi-s/#kernels-archive-all for example runs current dev (`5.10`) and not `5.9`..
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<lanefu> ashthespy: are you downloading from that folder icon under global? https://armbian.lane-fu.com/linx/3edmb7xg.png
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<stipa> i'm planning to install (update) this driver on my board https://github.com/morrownr/88x2bu but there are some 'sed' quirks for RPI, i'm wondering if i need to do the same to make the driver to fit my board, or i can just ignore those $ sed commands?
<stipa> i alos guess i'll need to turn I386 support with $ sed -i 's/CONFIG_PLATFORM_I386_PC = y/CONFIG_PLATFORM_I386_PC = n/g' Makefile
<stipa> but since my board is also ARM as RPI i guess i'll need to modify Makefile as well even if it's not RPI
<stipa> :/
<stipa> to turn off I386 *
<stipa> there's a line in Makefile CONFIG_PLATFORM_ARM_SUNxI = n
<stipa> i guess i have to set that to = y ?
<ashthespy> lanefu Yep! - The "global" one redirects to 5.10..
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<greypilgrim[m]> just popping in to say i got busy last week with my new SBC's that arrived. i might start fiddling with the dl-router this week
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<lanefu> Hey greypilgrim[m] i got a buch of updates done to it. So geoip lookup is nexy probably
<greypilgrim[m]> saweet
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