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  • #44792

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    Hi,

    Zeroshell 3.7.1A is the first release for ARM Architecture.
    At the moment the only platforms supported are:

    – Raspberry Pi 2/3
    – Orange Pi Zero
    – Orange Pi PC
    – Orange Pi Plus/Plus2.

    I’d like you suggest the systems you feel appropriate to be supported by Zeroshell.
    Regards
    Fulvio

    #54437

    DrmCa
    Participant

    Super news! Thanks a lot for your continued development and support, Fulvio! You are the best!

    #54438

    sadnblueish
    Member

    @fulvio wrote:

    Hi,

    Zeroshell 3.7.1A is the first release for ARM Architecture.
    At the moment the only platforms supported are:

    – Raspberry Pi 2/3
    – Orange Pi Zero
    – Orange Pi PC
    – Orange Pi Plus/Plus2.

    I’d like you suggest the systems you feel appropriate to be supported by Zeroshell.
    Regards
    Fulvio

    A long awaited….. Superb job done! 😀
    Just a question. I want to try this on Orange Pi instead of Raspberry. Will you continue developing on all Orange Pi models mentioned above? I have to make a decision as which one to buy. May be you could suggest which is likely to be kept updated.

    #54439

    reaperz
    Member

    Question: How do you use those Raspberry things as a router? Those have got only one network interface. Do you use USB network card with that?

    #54440

    sadnblueish
    Member

    @reaperz wrote:

    Question: How do you use those Raspberry things as a router? Those have got only one network interface. Do you use USB network card with that?

    Yes correct. I have installed TP-Link USB to Ethernet adapter

    #54441

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    Hi,
    the Orange Pi Zero, Plus/Plus2 and PC will be supported in the future.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #54442

    sadnblueish
    Member

    @fulvio wrote:

    Hi,
    the Orange Pi Zero, Plus/Plus2 and PC will be supported in the future.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    Thanks Fulvio.

    #54443

    squigley
    Member

    @reaperz wrote:

    Question: How do you use those Raspberry things as a router? Those have got only one network interface. Do you use USB network card with that?

    Or you can use VLAN tags on the single interface, and set them on your switch/AP. I have mine trunked to a Linksys access point, and I configured the WAN and LAN to both be tagged on the port on the Linksys which the Pi is plugged into, with matching tagged interfaces for WAN and LAN.

    #54444

    ispyisail
    Member

    Hi

    Any chance to get an image for

    – Orange Pi PC Plus

    Thank you

    #54445

    i82blikeu
    Participant

    Orange Pi PC Plus here too…
    a dedicated ZS image would be very useful.

    thanks

    EDIT: i forgot to mention i’m already testing the “ZeroShell-3.7.1A-OPIPC” on my OPIPC+ hooked to an Apple USB2-Ethernet dongle.
    It would be cool have ZS booted from the EMMC with the WiFi interface working.

    #54446

    sadnblueish
    Member

    Virtual Servers possible bug reported here
    https://www.zeroshell.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7757

    #54447

    staifan13
    Member

    Thanks a lot Fulvio . It is a very good news …

    #54448

    MichaelDEHN
    Member

    Great job, is it possible that the orange pi will be updated to a more modern kernel in the near future ?

    #54449

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    Hi,

    I am investigating about the possibility to migrate to Kernel 4.13.x for Orange Pi platform.
    I notice that other distributions already work with this more recent kernel so it should appear to be possible but I have no idea how long time it could take this step.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #54450

    MichaelDEHN
    Member

    @fulvio wrote:

    Hi,
    I notice that other distributions already work with this more recent kernel
    Fulvio

    Yeah the guys at Armbian are doing an amazing work for the Orange and other arm bases boards.

    And this project seems pretty cool

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