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<nekomancer[m]> <rneese "https://ameridroid.com/collectio"> emmc v0.4. isn't it bad?
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<ArmbianTwitter> @anovacap (D9): Day 63 #100DaysOfCode #100DaysOfCloud #DevOps. There is a networking issue with the @thepine64 Clusterboard, requiring me to read about U-boot. I feel very lucky that the fix was just add to the @armbian build. Thanks @kravietz_ for raising the issue. https://t.co/8AcebuNyjI (14s ago)
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<nekomancer[m]> <forest[m] "What I am building is more like "> like `https://syncloud.org/`
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<Werner> Good morning
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<Necrosporus> Is OrangePi4 supposed to boot from USB flash or only SD card?
<Werner> If you have an eMMC module in place should be possible to store the OS there. If no eMMC is present you need sd card in place to store the bootloader at least
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<IgorPec> good morning
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): RT @anovacap: Day 63 #100DaysOfCode #100DaysOfCloud #DevOps. There is a networking issue with the @thepine64 Clusterboard, requiring me to… (11s ago)
<Werner> morning
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<Necrosporus> Hello. I have installed Armbian_20.11_Orangepi4_focal_current_5.9.10_desktop.img.xz onto a flash drive. It boots up, login kinda works, then I get X by command startx and it works, but then at some moment screen goes black, usually when I'm trying to open armbian.org in firefox (I click session restore)
<IgorPec> did you follow the 1st login procedure?
<IgorPec> and read documentation?
<Necrosporus> first login procedure is creating user and password?
<IgorPec> yes
<Necrosporus> I did press Ctrl-C and made the user myself because I want to disable SSH and use simple login and password like root/root
<IgorPec> then do it again
<Necrosporus> Hm... do what?
<IgorPec> start with a blank image and create user in that process
<IgorPec> if you want to run deskto as root ... you will have many problems
<Necrosporus> I did run desktop with user
<IgorPec> created in this process or not?
<Necrosporus> No, adduser or useradd, one which asks stuff interactively
<Necrosporus> I remember there are two but don't remember which is which
<Necrosporus> Perhaps it didn't add the user to groups?
<Necrosporus> Then what groups do I need to add it?
<Necrosporus> but still, black screen is unhealthy
<IgorPec> i can't help you fix the system
<Necrosporus> Can I restart first login script without writing new image?
<IgorPec> idk
<Necrosporus> But you made it?
<Werner> But things that are not intended are rarely tested ^^
<Necrosporus> Anyway, this thing requiring me to type long password on shitty wireless keyboard
<Necrosporus> Why it doesn't let me in with just root/root?
<IgorPec> i didn't code linux system
<IgorPec> several 10000 people did
<Necrosporus> But you did code firstlogin script
<IgorPec> yes, but not the security limitations you are facing
<IgorPec> if you want to use the system proceed as i told you
<Necrosporus> can you please type id on your user
<Necrosporus> it will say what groups it is in and I can try to mimick it
<Necrosporus> Another problem is that armbian selects 1280x720 resolution while I need 1920x1080 instead
<Necrosporus> Is it possible to adjust resolution in console and boot splash too?
<Necrosporus> I have tried that parameter from documentation but it didn't quite work, I have tried fbset and it didn't work either
<Werner> isnt there a resolution paramter in /boot/armbianEnv.txt?
<Werner> Last time I had issues with reso xrandr did the trick for me. Your issue might be differnt though
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<Necrosporus> Werner, that's for X
<Necrosporus> I can do it from GUI too, it works
<Necrosporus> but I also want to configure resolution of text console
<Necrosporus> Can somebody with rockchip and armbian show me what groups are their user is in?
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<Necrosporus> IgorPec, kinda solved by running nmcli c up Armbian\ wireless and then running apt update and apt upgrade
<Necrosporus> I didn't need to redo the startup script. Though if you can find the script I can read it and see if I need to apply any commands from it to my system. But if it just changes passwords then I'm OK
<Necrosporus> The firefox starts up and shows video from youtube with sound
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<rneese> morning slackers
<stipa> gday
<rneese> whats up
<stipa> I'm thinking of chaniging my working environment from Win to Linux. I'm watching stuff on YT to see how painful it would be.
<rneese> not hard
<rneese> it depends on your needs
<Necrosporus> stipa, I was able to set up my board in one day
<rneese> for office libreoffice
<stipa> pro audio
<Necrosporus> received yesterday, today it can play games and watch youtube
<rneese> you can do youtube but gaming on arm is not there yet
<stipa> no, i would use AMD cpu
<Werner> NicoD does gaming on ARM but mostly older games he prefers
<rneese> retro games yes
<rneese> like retro pi games
<Werner> cool stuff nevertheless :D
<rneese> ok back to working on finishing the budgie desktop
<rneese> bbl
<stipa> Necrosporus: nice
<Necrosporus> rneese, I have just tried to run Warzone2100 and it seems smooth
<Necrosporus> So ARM is great for gaming
<Necrosporus> I hope default armbian doesn't use proprietary mali driver
<Werner> Since all the scripts and sources are open have a look for yourself ;)
<stipa> if it's total crap probably devs modified it.
<rneese> nice
<Necrosporus> Now there is a question, how hard would it be to say switch to kiss-linux?
<Necrosporus> I have only used armbian because it has popped up in search first when I needed an image for my board to test if it works at all
<fromport> how hard is it to drive in a different car than you are used to?
<stipa> if there is that linux for your board it could run it
<rneese> it depends on if they have arm pkgs for the board
<rneese> you would have to also make a proper kernel and devicetree for the board
<Werner> Not necessarily. The sources and the needed patches are there and can be used to build a kernel for any distribution
<rneese> depends on the board
<rneese> if the dtb and patches are there or not
<Werner> If armbian supports the board the provided sources patches and configs could be used for any distro which supports ARM architecture
<Werner> Its just tons of manual work
<rneese> yeah.
<rneese> ok I am just taking a break from the budgie but its close
<Necrosporus> Werner, but I can copy kernel and u-boot from armbian and use different rootfs
<Werner> Depending on your skills this should be more or less easily achievable
<Necrosporus> Though I'm thinking about trying to run BSD or something
<Necrosporus> Werner, I have managed to run CRUX-ARM on TV set top box I found in trash can
<rneese> diff kernel
<Necrosporus> But I had to use 2.6.x kernel because it won't run anything newer
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<Werner> nice
<rneese> and it seems they dont have asmuch arm support
<Necrosporus> But I'm struggling with screen res
<Necrosporus> I have no idea how to set it up properly.
<Necrosporus> I mean it works in X.org with just couple of clicks
<Werner> Me neither. I use all my sbcs headless
<Necrosporus> but I want it from very start of the kernel
<Werner> Might change somewhen next year once this station p1 thingy arrives
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<TRS-80> ^ and this is why I don't like martix, absolutely obnoxious
<TRS-80> Matrix
<Xogium> TRS-80: yes and most people are not even aware of what its actually doing
<stipa> how does it work, how it ends on matrix.org?
<TRS-80> well, I dunno, maybe it's a bit like a paste service
<stipa> so forest[m] did ti by himself?
<forest[m]> ughh, see, they still ask users to configure router
<Xogium> matrix does this with every message that contains carriage return
<TRS-80> I am not sure forest[m] even realizes this is actually an IRC channel, as he kept referring to it as Matrix channel in his last forum post
<forest[m]> its really close but I think no cigar because most ppl aren't going to be willing to do that.. too much friction
<TRS-80> What is too much friction?
<TRS-80> link you posted?
<stipa> Xogium: i see
<forest[m]> friction is when you have to go ask someone whats the admin password for the router because you or your significant other changed it 3 years ago and wrote it down ona sticky note but now the sticky note is gone and you spend 3 hours rummaging through your stuff to try to find it and eventually give up
<Xogium> I'm totally confused… what's this got to do with armbian ?
<Xogium> or it's OT lol
<forest[m]> sorry, it has nothing to do with armbian
<TRS-80> normie problems I guess, I keep hundreds of different long passwords and other secrets in KeePass, all nicely organized
<Xogium> no probllem lol just confusing because we actually only got messages like these at our end
<forest[m]> so when I put a new line in a message it screws up irc huh
<TRS-80> Xogium: He came in other day talking about this, I guess that's why I am aware of it.
<TRS-80> forest[m]: Yes from our side we get a link, this is what we see: 11:11 * forest[m] sent a long message: < https://matrix.org/_matrix/media/r0/download/matrix.org/mYwZSNyJauVnAUSlbbIxUFtt/message.txt >
<forest[m]> oh wow thats even worse :|
<TRS-80> so I guess you were right Xogium when you said "most people not aware" ;)
<Xogium> yeah
<Xogium> :/
<forest[m]> I am more used to matrix channels that have an IRC bridge to accomodate IRC users, not the other way around
<TRS-80> this is sort of my argument against "wizards" and making things "too easy" because people can become not really aware of what's actually going on
<forest[m]> sorry about that
<Xogium> I never liked matrix, both for that and the cloak it seems to enforce on its users, and for the fact it is so damn hard to setup your own server
<forest[m]> > cloak it seems to enforce on its users
<forest[m]> what do you mean by cloak ?
<Xogium> forest[m]: naaah its fine :)
<forest[m]> crumbs there i go doing multi line again
<forest[m]> what do you mean by cloak
<forest[m]> ?
<Xogium> when we use /whois on someone connected through the matrix bridge they have a matrix cloak associated to their nick
<forest[m]> what does cloak mean in this context ?
<forest[m]> you mean a fake username that is created by the IRC bridge bot ?
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<stipa> we cant see your adress
<stipa> ip adress
<stipa> that's the cloak
<TRS-80> I don't have so much of problem with that in particular, also being an extremely privacy conscious person
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<Xogium> well I keep in mind the cloacks aren't exactly designed to hide the ip
* TRS-80 is behind Armbian staff cloak but also behind 7 Boxxies in addition to that ;)
<Xogium> I mean they do, but its not exactly their primary intended use
<TRS-80> I am aware, however thanks for reminding others :)
<stipa> Xogium: what's the other fuction of the cloak?
<Xogium> heh, the day where I can finally get a cloak for my own project would be rather neat…
<forest[m]> it has to be to allow folks to interact with you without having to learn how to connect to irc
<Xogium> stipa: show with which project you're associated with
<TRS-80> stipa: show your affiliation to a project
<TRS-80> jinx lol
<stipa> oh
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<stipa> yeah, makes sense
<Xogium> which is slightly confusing for matrix people because… I mean, its not because you use it that you,re affiliated
<TRS-80> but anyone can go into #freenode and request one, for ~"privacy" reasons (keeping in mind caveats above)
<TRS-80> in other words, the criticism of Matrix is ~ that it breaks a number of established IRC conventions, which is why people often have negative reaction to it from IRC side
<stipa> to me it was non obtanium
<Xogium> oh, sure is :)
<forest[m]> But that's not a problem with matrix, that's a problem with the specific IRC bridge you are using, innit?
<Xogium> in fact my own cloak got requested by someone I don't even actually remember the nick of, he actually offered to make the request for me lol
<forest[m]> I mean, maybe its impossible to build an IRC bridge that respects those conventions perfectly.
<stipa> well, if you want to be an authority you have to terorrize people
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<TRS-80> Well, I would say it's an "implementation" problem; whether that is defined in Matrix protocol itself, or the reference bridge, or this particular bridge, etc. I don't know enough to say.
<Xogium> I think it is the bridge to irc that does this
<Xogium> the public one, at the very least
<TRS-80> forest[m]: And answering that question would tell you if such thing would be possible or not.
<forest[m]> We use one over at matrix.cyberia.club which is bridged to #cyberia on freenode, I don't know how it handles multi line messages though
<TRS-80> forest[m]: I posted it to you above already
<TRS-80> I would imagine it's same bridge software for all channels.
<forest[m]> 1 sec
<Xogium> I think what trigger it might be the newline character… not exactly sure
<Xogium> hahaha… that momment where you compile an out of tree driver and expect it to blow up along the way and… it doesn't… So epic… er, anticlimactic
<Xogium> ain't it fun when out of tree driver just… work ?
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<forest-johnson> hello now I speak your native tongue :)
<Xogium> hehehe
<TRS-80> When in Rome... Well done forest-johnson. :)
<stipa> --jezik
<ArmbianHelper> language [sl~>eng]
<Xogium> oh I meant to ask… You people got any ideas how I can flash a sparse image without writing all the useless zeroes ? I tried conv=sparse with dd… which was one hell of a bad idea LOL it screwd up the existing ext4 filesystem extremely bad
<Xogium> when you run fsck on it and it says things like 'this is not looking good' you're like… oh wow
<TRS-80> Xogium: I think that makes sense as dd is sort of just writing data at a pretty low level. And it that's true, I could see why that would happen as it would just be skipping over those other parts and leaving data there. I imagine that function might be for initializing a filesytem or such on a brand new or freshly zeroed media?
<Xogium> yeah… Probably
<TRS-80> s/And it/And if/
<ArmbianHelper> TRS-80 meant to say: Xogium: I think that makes sense as dd is sort of just writing data at a pretty low level. And if that's true, I could see why that would happen as it would just be skipping over those other parts and leaving data there. I imagine that function might be for initializing a filesytem or such on a brand new or freshly zeroed media?
<Xogium> I guess doing dd on the beginning and end of the sd card with zeroes could be good enough to completely destroy the partition table
<TRS-80> In other words, if all my speculation are true, maybe you have to just suck it up and zero it out. But I am only guessing. I bet you could get an answer in ##linux in like 30 seconds though... ;)
<Xogium> end because its a gpt formatted card
<TRS-80> A better answer, I should say...
<TRS-80> What you are laying out also sounds reasonable to me. But I don't really know.
<Xogium> yeah… I'm not sure. I guess it might be the best next thing to do, but writing zeroes all over a 32 gb card will take as much time as it would take to do the non- sparse way lol
<Xogium> I know on mbr partition scheme you could dd the start of the sd card and it would completely destroy the partition table
<TRS-80> right
<Xogium> and I believe this also effectively took down all the filesystem
<TRS-80> I think gpt have more than one partition table at different places for spares
<Xogium> but can't be 100% sure
<TRS-80> but it is documented, so you could just hit those spots maybe?
<Xogium> yeah it has one from sector 2 to 33, and one backup at the end of the disk
* nekomancer[m] use matrix for irc access for a years. But now it's first time to know about "a long message: < https://matrix.org/_matrix/media/r0/download/matrix.org/mYwZSNyJauVnAUSlbbIxUFtt/message.txt >" like.
<nekomancer[m]> maybe, matrix-irc pridge send this way messages too long for irc.
<Xogium> TRS-80: okay so just a fyi: to dd that away you need to erase the first block
<TRS-80> Xogium: Even on gpt?
<TRS-80> That's all?
<Xogium> 2 512 byte for the mbr header, and 16 KiB for the partition table
<TRS-80> cool
<Xogium> and then you need to do the exact same stuff but in reverse so ddrescue or do some sorcery with dd
<TRS-80> you did it already?
<Xogium> yeah
<Xogium> it blew up the table for sure
<TRS-80> cool, thanks for report
<TRS-80> this is how science advances for millenia ;)
<Xogium> gpt is quite more resistant to data corruption this way, which is nice to have
<TRS-80> right
<TRS-80> until you need to re-format, lol
<Xogium> lol yeah
<TRS-80> but as long as you know this... well here we are
<Xogium> well I could also destroy all the partitions with gdisk I reckon
<TRS-80> in fact I think I will go ahead and add this to my notes
<Xogium> I sort of managed to pull it off with dd
<Xogium> even the reverse
<TRS-80> I bet if you look at gdisk it does the same under the hood
<Xogium> dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdX bs=512 count=34
<TRS-80> I know at least gparted tells you the actual commands it used if you expand the result info
<Xogium> and now to go in reverse
<TRS-80> yeah doing like u-boot recovery is same thing with Armbian (and I guess others, too)
<TRS-80> just write this data to this address
<Xogium> dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdX bs=512 count=34 seek=$((`blockdev --getsz /dev/sdX` - 34))
<Xogium> ftr --getsz does
<Xogium> --getsize get 32-bit sector count (deprecated, use --getsz)
<Xogium> of course do these on a test drive first :p
<Xogium> I came up with it after a bit of search so it might be totally wrong for other drives
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<Xogium> TRS-80: well… hmm. I guess, either this wasn,t enough, or conv=sparse somehow does other weird stuff
<TRS-80> interdasting
<Xogium> TRS-80: I managed to get the system in a state where it kernel panics when using this trick to destroy the partition table and passing conv=sparse to dd
<Xogium> with init erroring out with code 74…
<Xogium> which apparently means message is invalid
<Xogium> whatever that actually means
* TRS-80 takes mental notes not to do this in future
<Xogium> lol
<Xogium> indeed
<TRS-80> thank you for your contribution to science
<Xogium> that was no problem :D
<Xogium> but I need to find a way to not have to wait like half an hour when dd-ing my initial image :p
<TRS-80> perhaps record it in scrolls of ancient wisdom, for benefit of future generations (i.e., make a forum post) ;)
<TRS-80> why, you do that a lot?
<TRS-80> oh are you backup guy from that one thread?
<Xogium> hopefully not ;) I'm setting up rauc to do future updates actually, really neat tool… But it's taken me a few tries to get it right
<Xogium> nop
* TRS-80 was discussing similar with someone recently on forums
<Xogium> ahah
<Xogium> I'm not on the forum actually
<Xogium> I'm doing buildroot stuff, been doing that for almost 4 years now
<TRS-80> I refer a lot of people there, and it's not just a brush off, as only some (small) portion of the community actually hang out on IRC.
<Xogium> but armbian seemed like the best place to ask my initial question about the xradio madness, and then well you guys were fun to hang with, so I stayed :D
<TRS-80> Lot of good resources there, in general, and there are even couple forums for offtopic stuff not having to do with Armbian.
<TRS-80> Yeah we mostly bee ess in here. :)
<Xogium> I have a tendency of staying away from those, and well it mostly has to do with the fact I'm not very good at keeping in touch with forums :D I tend to forget them, and something navigating around is simply a headache with a screen reader
<Xogium> *sometimes even
<TRS-80> Aah yes. I wonder if your screen reader support Tapatalk protocol? I think our forums do (I seen people replying via that)?
<Xogium> hmm I don't think so
<TRS-80> people come and go for months, years
<TRS-80> I only came back somewhat recently after disappearing for months, maybe 1 year
<TRS-80> and I will disappear again after first of year (back to work)
<Xogium> even from irc ?
<Xogium> sad
<TRS-80> Probably. My work take a lot of time and energy. But I get paid well enough to fuck off about half the time, so tradeoff is woth it, IMO.
<Xogium> lol
<Xogium> that's something
<Xogium> I don't actually have a real job, people seem to not want to hire blind peeps, even less when we got ASD thrown in the mix
<Xogium> but I have a small project that a friend is trying to make, and he's paying me for it, so I guess its sort of a job
<TRS-80> yeah that's good
<TRS-80> something, anyway
<TRS-80> I prefer the independence of contract work / my own business to the stability of "regular" job
<Xogium> yeah. Not enough to live on my own, but since I won't ever be able to do that, I guess it doesn't really matters
<TRS-80> Most important thing nowadays seems to me reducing expenses. That way we don't need to make as much, either. And must be maybe at least half my success as well.
<Xogium> yes
<TRS-80> Well, ability to live as I do, anyway. Which I guess I call success.
<TRS-80> end goal is getting some land out in the boonies, which I am well on my way to accomplishing already
<Xogium> I try to only use my money when I absolutely need to. I can at least pay my medications, and I'm proud that I don't have to depend on whoever is hosting me to do that
* IgorPec pushed out bugfix release update + updated images - ready for download. https://docs.armbian.com/Release_Changelog/ Mirrors will be synching for next few days so download speed will not be maxed out during this period.
<TRS-80> Taaaa daaaaaa! :)
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<IgorPec> yeah, ready to roll
* Werner force-syncs his torrent servers
<IgorPec> Werner is reaching out to my poor NAS :)
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<Werner> It will be good...it is connected 2Gbe, right? :P
<IgorPec> actually i odered 50% upgrade yesterday for the osts of 0 EUR
<Werner> decent deal
<TRS-80> cool
<IgorPec> competition pressure
<IgorPec> but the problem is that its not yet enabled. have to wait until monday probably
<TRS-80> no such thing in USA (most of time, including ISP which is one of worst areas in that respect)
<IgorPec> yeah, usa is bad in this regard
<TRS-80> We are lucky and there is some competition here, too. But that is not the case in large part, even majority of country.
<[TheBug]> actually whats more sad is not that we can't get those speeds it's that even the 1Gbit internet we can get in most places on cable is horibly capped on upload
<[TheBug]> so even if you can get a 100Mbit or gigabit downlink
<[TheBug]> the uplink is poop
<[TheBug]> I can download at 90M/sec
<IgorPec> i will have 750 / 150 Mbits/s
<[TheBug]> I can only upload at 50Mbit
<TRS-80> worse is these people who have deluded themselves into thinking we are somehow living in a "free market"
<IgorPec> free - joke - market
<[TheBug]> lol
<IgorPec> but those folks are silent in those pondemic times
<IgorPec> dead silent
* TRS-80 won't mention he is lucky enough to have 500/500 Mbps FTTP because he knows he will be ask to seed torrents
<TRS-80> IgorPec: touche
<IgorPec> not just torrents, but another US mirror :)
<TRS-80> produce stand near us is still boarded up, I think they are done
<TRS-80> ^ see, lol
<TRS-80> I probably should in reality, laziness on my part (and time) is my only defense
<IgorPec> seeding torrent is then for you
<IgorPec> its designed for lazy folks
<TRS-80> yeah I should dedicate one or more boards to that
<TRS-80> I even purchase gigabit switch somewhat recently
* TRS-80 should stop digging his own hole
<IgorPec> haha
<IgorPec> werner: torrents are synching?
<Werner> yep, both are running
<Werner> curious how many are broken this time :)
<IgorPec> we should get down to zero
<IgorPec> you get full speed download?
<Werner> one server is at about 600mbit, other on 140
<IgorPec> gr8!
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<q4a> Hi. Is it possible to build armbian kenel with linux-libc-dev package? I'm using this command: sudo ./compile.sh BOARD="tinkerboard" BRANCH="current" KERNEL_ONLY="yes" KERNEL_CONFIGURE="no" BUILD_DESKTOP="no"
<q4a> And it woks gr8, but I get linux-headers, linux-image, linux-u-boot ... but without linux-libc-dev
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<Werner> Good question. IIRC we had a similar question about a year ago but could not remember the outcome of it ^^
<IgorPec> not sure if we pack it
<Werner> I dont think so
<nekomancer[m]> q4a: do you mean "I want armbian image with `linux-libc-dev` package installed on it"?
<q4a> no, I want to build `linux-libc-dev` deb package from source
<IgorPec> so you need to manipulate / fix packaging patch(es)
<fromport> IgorPec: [regarding USB not working on my new C4 on forum] Both armbian & ubuntu versions are not working on my hardware. i suspect hardware issue
<fromport> i can not image the emmc i bought from hardkernel, installed by them for the C4 would not have a working usb driver
<fromport> i did run apt update && apt upgrade. after reboot still nothing
<q4a> IgorPec, I saw that patch, and it was changed by The-going. I'll try his new packaging branch: https://github.com/The-going/armbian-build/blob/packaging/packages/armbian/builddeb#L149
<IgorPec> fromport: I am having SD card but that should not be an issue
<IgorPec> but usb is working with their stock kernel? if not, then its hw issue
<IgorPec> q4a: sadly that work from the-going is stalled
<fromport> it is not working with their stock setup, also not on armbian (tried both stable and development image)
<IgorPec> q4a: not sure if it works
<IgorPec> fromport: then return device. i also fried one
<Werner> about 100 torrents to go. looking good so far
<q4a> I'll try
<IgorPec> q4a: we would be glad to excange our ugly patches for that
<fromport> i uploaded the extracted torrent files to my qbittorrent client and have been feeding for a few days now
<IgorPec> fromport: now files has been exchanged
<IgorPec> that's why we have scripted way
<Werner> I tried to explain that :)
<fromport> i know, but i dont run the standard client. my highst sharing ratio is orangepi3 with 1.8 ;-)
<IgorPec> then you should write a script to handle that
<IgorPec> i am sure it can be automatised
<fromport> yeah, i should ;-)
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<IgorPec> probably it can be onliner :)
<Werner> rtorrent should be fairly easy to use too. it can be configured to watch a directory for new torrents and check frequently if torrent files are removed and act accordingly
<fromport> that is the easy part, but how to delete the updated old torrent files (and the content)
<nekomancer[m]> maybe, kind of RSS for torrents? at least qbittorrent and biglybt torrent clients can refresh torrents from feeds
<Werner> a little scripting needs to be involved. for loop to compare active torrents against those from the zip file
<fromport> but that would mean i could _only_ use the provided torrents and not stuff I add manually ;-)
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<Werner> then you have to come up with an individual solution
<fromport> i am also seeding kalilinux and a lot of others. don't want those to be deleted with an update ;-)
<fromport> dedicated armbian torrent hosting on a dedicated sbc ;-)
<Werner> or fire up multiple instances of torrent clients
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<ArmbianTwitter> @MariusNestor (𝓜𝓪𝓻𝓲𝓾𝓼 𝓝𝓮𝓼𝓽𝓸𝓻): Armbian 20.11.3 Is Now Available with #Linux Kernel 5.9 Support for More #ARM Devices, PineCube Support https://t.co/WkG3jfd4cG @armbian @thepine64 #opensource https://t.co/22DzwEEDfV (5s ago)
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<Werner> one server sync done. looking good
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<IgorPec> direct link works, right?
<IgorPec> to the file i mean ... https://minio.k-space.ee/minio/armbian/
<HerculeP> after some fiddling the last link I posted worked
<HerculeP> for me
<IgorPec> i would rather see a normal VM with plain txt directory ... but we have to use https://min.io/
<IgorPec> there
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<IgorPec> but redirection doesn'tč - its known problem we didn't mitagate yet
<HerculeP> yeah, I complained months ago ;)
<HerculeP> s/complained/reported
<ArmbianHelper> HerculeP meant to say: yeah, I reported months ago ;)
<IgorPec> we need to implement exception somewhere here https://github.com/armbian/dl-router
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<ArmbianTwitter> @thepine64 (PINE64): @MariusNestor @armbian .@armbian could you point us to the PineCube release mentioned in the article above? also, thank you for PineCube support :) (28s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): @thepine64 @MariusNestor We forgot to enable download page :) https://t.co/L2Vc9dzJkw Kudos to @Icenowy (10s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @brentcrawford (🚀🏴‍☠️): The SD card it came with wouldn't boot unit out of the box. Not sure if it was corrupted or what, but installed Armbian (Focal) and it worked fine. Some users reported HDMI issues due to a kernel module error and said they had to downgrade to Buster. I did not experience that. (9s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @eblot (Emmanuel Blot): @MariusNestor @thepine64 @armbian Unfortunately it does not seem to address the loss of LCD screen on the Pinebook A64 (non Pro) :-( (4s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): @eblot @MariusNestor @thepine64 Armbian is free software and provides best effort help through community forums. If you can't find answer there and/or with help of general project search engine and documentation, consider hiring an expert which will fix this problem for all of us. We already gave you a fortune! (11s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @lanefu (Lane Jennison): @brentcrawford @Love2Code Great find. I guess also a good candidate for network booting armbian via spi as well. Are you just using the armbian uboot from v20.08? (27s ago)