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Banana Pi: First run

Banana Pi was created to fill the need for more powerful hardware than the Raspberry Pi supplied. There are a lot of single board computers spinning of the Raspberry Pi success. Even though Raspberry Pi got the throne much thanks to it’s simplicity and relatively ease of use, compared to for example the Odroid, it has […]

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BtSync: Let my NAS sleep

BitTorrent Sync (btsync) will re-index all files every 10 minutes to look for new files to sync. After installing btsync on Raspberry Pi initially and then ending up running it on an Odroid-C1 my WD NAS never sleeps. The first 48 hours it was expected since it took all that time to index all the […]

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Odroid: Swap on USB-stick

Swap is used when the kernel runs out of memory and need to swap less used information to the disc to make space for information currently in use. In a good setup the swap will never be used but if it’s needed and not existing it will make processes crash. I have just started out […]

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Odroid: First setup

If you have installed Raspberry Pi in the past the Odroid will not be a problem. It a little more hands on and require a little more effort then the Raspberry Pi. Here is a quick guide how to get you Odroid up and running. In this example I use an old Odroid-C1 that I […]

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