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25 de Setembro, 2021

NanoPi M4: GPIO Tutorial

In this guide you’ll find out how to read and write values to your NanoPi M4 or M4V2 digital pins also known as GPIO. This low level interface allows you to control digital electronic circuits directly from Linux.

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1 de Agosto, 2021

DD-WRT: Mount USB Storage Predictably

DD-WRT’s WebUI includes an “Automatic Drive Mount” feature that works just fine until you’ve multiple USB drives. It seems that when the router reboots USB drives get mounted in different/unpredictable paths. At the end of this article you’ll be able to have predictable USB mount points.

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13 de Junho, 2020

MacBook ’07 + Linux: Old Dog Learns New Tricks

I was looking for a cheap machine to run backups and weird experimental stuff and then I remember I had an old MacBook 3,1 from 2007 (Core 2 Duo 2.2 Ghz) in a shelve. In this post I’ll dig deep into useful tricks for anyone looking to use this laptop (or similar) as cli-only Debian server for fun and profit.

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30 de Novembro, 2019

NanoPi NEO 2: Overclock

NanoPi NEO 2 is a very cheap (15$) and very good single board computer featuring a 64 bit quad-core ARM CPU. The only drawback one might found is the CPU locked between 816 MHz and 1 GHz. Today I’ll teach your how to safely overclock your NEO 2.

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30 de Janeiro, 2019

Armbian: Enable AppArmor

AppArmor allows you to restrict programs’ capabilities with per-program profiles. Profiles can allow capabilities like network access, raw socket access, and the permission to read, write, or execute files on matching paths. Learn how you can enable it in Armbian for a safer SBC.

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