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<ArmbianTwitter> @lmcdo_ (Luke): @armbian @MisterTechBlog What on earth is this? And why is it coming from the armbian official account? (29s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): @lmcdo_ @MisterTechBlog Adding important bits of information so one can perhaps look on the problem from a different perspective. (8s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @lmcdo_ (Luke): @armbian @MisterTechBlog That's not much of a perspective, "company makes proprietary software so other things they do are bad." (28s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @TonyMac_32 (Thomas McKahan): @lmcdo_ @armbian @MisterTechBlog I think the perspective is: The repo being installed is additional to the fact that Microsoft has an ownership stake in the binary blob firmware that actually controls the RPi and gives Linux permission to utilize resources. (24s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @Chainsman (💩💩Chainsman💩💩): @armbian @MisterTechBlog Calm yourself. It's just the MS Visual Studio Code editor. (4s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @lmcdo_ (Luke): @TonyMac_32 @armbian @MisterTechBlog To me that just says that MS has been in the embedded space a long time, before their FOSS era. These Broadcom chips have a whole lot of legacy. Not a related point imo. (5s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @TonyMac_32 (Thomas McKahan): @lmcdo_ @armbian @MisterTechBlog They bought it in 2019 if memory serves. (17s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @lmcdo_ (Luke): @TonyMac_32 @armbian @MisterTechBlog That's even less problematic imo. And there's no need for a distro to be amplifying unfounded fears. It's a licensed blob, it's not going to get worse in MS' possession. (10s ago)
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<archetech> derp
<archetech> got a eeprom burner for two dead Dell bios's coming tomorrow
<ArmbianTwitter> @TonyMac_32 (Thomas McKahan): @lmcdo_ @armbian @MisterTechBlog I never said it was. I'm also not particularly worried about repos that Pi decides to put into their OS. There are people that care deeply about that though, and about blobs in general. Amlogic comes to mind as another "guilty" party. (11s ago)
<ArmbianTwitter> @TonyMac_32 (Thomas McKahan): @lmcdo_ @armbian @MisterTechBlog The RPi "blob", however, is a full operating system. It has full control of the Pi. Linux runs on the ARM cores because that blob allows it to. Less than ideal, let's say. I would not use one where security or stability was important unless given the sources. (4s ago)
<archetech> blob is an OS what a wack job
<archetech> mesa is an OS cuz w/o it ya cant run a DE on X
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<ArmbianTwitter> @lmcdo_ (Luke): @TonyMac_32 @armbian @MisterTechBlog Agreed. But that's still Broadcom and the original company that MS bought, not MS. It's not even connected. (19s ago)
<R0b0t1> Armbian-config totally broken, gives me a bunch of empty menus
<R0b0t1> And armbianenv is corrupted?
<archetech> that tool stinks imo
<archetech> guess it depends on what sbc ya try to use it with
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<IgorPec> night of a pasionate rpi fan :)
<IgorPec> R0b0t1: help wanted since 2018, nobody helped
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<Miouyouyou> Meow
<IgorPec> he
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<f476_> try update and get error. orange pi zero, armbian 20.11.6 buster, linux 5.10.4-sunxi. log:
<Werner> Mirror sync in progress?
<Werner> There is your answer
<f476_> how fix?
<Werner> easy. wait :P
<f476_> ok, thx
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<IgorPec> f476_: try apt update now
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<f476_> @IgorPec: again error. log:
<IgorPec> tnx, let me check
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<IgorPec> rclone synch hanged
<f476_> today not work?
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<IgorPec> it will work, just has to be synched to 100%
<IgorPec> not sure how much is missing at this point
<f476_> ok np, im just try another day
<IgorPec> you can experiment with manual mirror selection
<IgorPec> some mirrors are up2date
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<IgorPec> armbian-config -> personal, beside keyboard selection
<f476_> now i check again and all ok! thx, i go reboot opz :)
<IgorPec> ok
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<f476> boot now
<f476> all ok :)
<Ferenc> Hi Everyone,
<Ferenc> A Big Thank You for the hard work on Armbian.
<Ferenc> I noticed that on the Nanopi M4 V2 page here,
<Ferenc> we have an outdated link "video and 3D acceleration" which links to the
<Ferenc> topic of the deprecated script, instead of this:
<Ferenc> Any chance of correcting that? I would gladly do it myself, but I don't seem to find the
<Ferenc> source code of the webpage anywhere.
<IgorPec> fixed
<IgorPec> hmm
<IgorPec> or not :)
<IgorPec> now is. thanks Ferenc
<Ferenc> Thanks for the quick fix!
<IgorPec> if you wanna help around on such small things, check
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<Ferenc> Thanks, I will keep an eye on that page!
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<ArmbianTwitter> @battlecoder (Elias (battlecoder)): I'd love to install ARMbian or similar on my NXP i.MX7D. I think they are pretty sweet boards for robotics/electronics, but now that Android Things is officially dead I definitely need to start looking into options. (21s ago)
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<stipa> i have something on a network that has hostname ".", anyone knows what that could be?
<[TheBug]> KGB
<stipa> it communicates in both directions with one win10 machine
<stipa> KGB?
<[TheBug]> ;p
<stipa> lol
<stipa> what the fuck is "."
<stipa> i cant even ping it
<[TheBug]> you sure thats not localhost?
<stipa> dunno
<stipa> [TheBug]:
<[TheBug]> use same tool but figure out how to runt of dns or have it resolve the dns to ip
<[TheBug]> turn off*
<[TheBug]> I thinnk that shat iptool
<[TheBug]> also install iptraf-ng instead
<[TheBug]> and run it
<stipa> ...
<stipa> will try
<stipa> it must be something on the WAN side
<stipa> since nload is monitoring usb nic that is connected to the 4g modem via ethernet cable
<stipa> or in the modem
<[TheBug]> well it could be localhost / loopback as I said
<stipa> and it's 0b
<stipa> of traffic
<stipa> nslookup didn't return anything
<[TheBug]> install iptraf-ng and then load it up and go to IP Traffic monitor
<[TheBug]> it will show you all the copnnections by IP
<[TheBug]> you can choose interface or all interfaces
<stipa> iptraf is running but i can't see hostnames, only ip's
<stipa> which one is a "." ?
<stipa> oh, i know with which ip it's communicating
<stipa> that should make things more clear
<stipa> that machine is running torrent client
<stipa> lol, it was a torrent peer seems like
<stipa> it's just i have never seen a "." before
<stipa> [TheBug]: problem solved, thanks
<[TheBug]> ;)
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<stipa> what are the chances of me hacking 4g router and installing openwrt on it if for example there are drivers for all chips somewhere?
<stipa> i guess i could find a serial port on the board
<stipa> noone hacked it
<stipa> maybe it's impossible
<stipa> i have some soldering skills and i understand basics of coding flow
<stipa> for example i can't write drivers
<stipa> but maybe i could squeeze somehow driver into the system if someone wrote it for the particular chip
<stipa> would something like this be a good start?
<stipa> i know there'll be some stupid thing like there's no driver but i want to try
<stipa> is it hard to adapt driver to different hardware environemnts it's intentionally coded for?
<stipa> than it's*
<stipa> it has seperate 2.4 and 5.8Ghz radios, four gigabit ethernet ports, USB
<stipa> RGB diodes
<stipa> i'll have to open it up
<stipa> and try
<stipa> the only thing i noticed inside some time ago is that wifi radios are soldered on the pcb
<stipa> so, there is no like mpcie and M2 slots inside
<stipa> the good thing is that antennas are not hard wired to the bard and chip, there's a cable with that small connector
<stipa> but i have a feeling, if it was possible to hackit someone would have done it already
<stipa> i'll do a research on chips
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<ArmbianTwitter> @armbian (armbian): @haerwu (4s ago)
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<ArmbianTwitter> @jerry_hopper (jerry hopper): Toys for Boys! Gonna build something cool & usefull with #armbian and prolly run some benchmarks with @FusionAuth on arm64 #emmc #usbstorage (1s ago)