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lanefu: Ambient tem is just right
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25 now lol
i moved it to the garage
also omg that thing uses like 50W of powr with 4 drives in it. amazing
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25 even better
what kind of power supply does it use?
one of those power bricks that supplies 12v && 5v
or at least has 2 rails of 12v. cant remember
never saw one of those
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connector has like that round thing with a few pins in it
i'm sure you'ev seen one, i'm just describing it poorly
i didn't, i just saw the connector on the helios board but not the actual psu.
on the pictures that are on the net
but, it has dual rails, you're right about that
@anovacap (D9): Day 75 #100DaysOfCode #100DaysOfCloud #DevOp. I used @balena_io Etcher to flash the @armbian Focal image to the 64gb emmc attached to the first node on the @thepine64 Clusterboard. Started debugging @Docker. Some nodes run the hello-world container image - most won't run. (2s ago)
This ArmbianTwitter bot don't give the tweet link.
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Yeah I wish it did. Maybe its a config flag
I usually just search for the tweeter and respond if im interested
Yah, but that search part is bit annoying.
Ace Frehley regressive rock
think I just invented a new music genre
Hot take: Armbian is not developer friendly😆
patches are good when you want a consistent build or sending changes to someone. it become very difficult when i just wanna try few things quickly.
@mathgl (gaaklam yim): A few years ago when I was evaluating armbian by running a python app, I noticed there were randomly crashes. The same app ran fine on raspbian. I had no idea what happened and finally chose raspbian. https://t.co/3UCwtqPv03https://tinyurl.com/y7bngs8r (19s ago)
This makes virtually no sense since there isn't any board that runs both Armbian and Raspbian...
Lol. I fell asleep early. Just happened to wake up and things were interesting
Haha. It's a little weird
no sense indeed
The article makes sense once you read it but it really compares ecosystems
And then of course orangepi used to ship a butchered raspian image with bsp kernel
Aka how i found armbian
eww sounds ugly
the butchered image
buildroot also gets butchered sometimes
like *cough cough* marvell providing an old buildroot from 2015, a non lts at that, and not keeping it up to date
and in some way openWRT is a butchered buildroot x) except it works
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Hi folks. I have a quick question - is there a way to run android applications on armbian based system?
Just to provide a little background: I'm looking to set-up a home automation hub running armbian, but also have a requirement to runn android applications to control home automation devices that can only be accessed through propriety android apps.