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#1 vric

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Posted 08 April 2017 - 02:21 PM

Hi,

 

I would like to request for Eddie AirVPN client for ASUS Tinker Board ARM for TinkerOS wich is Debian fork.

 

It run Debian armhf architecture which is diffrent than Rasberry Pi ARM Cortex v7.

 

I tryied install Eddie AirVPN under TinkerOS 1.4 for ASUS Tinker Board which is fork of Debian ARM, but failed because of diffrent arm architecture armhf <-> armcv7.

 

 

Please, please do Eddie AirVPN for TinkerOS ARM.

 

Many thanks in advance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Posted 08 April 2017 - 11:10 PM

Yes.
Please wait, i need to order the hw to test compilation.

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Posted 11 April 2017 - 10:34 AM

Thanks in advance.

 

I was succesfull with install Eddie AirVPN Linux Client Portable Mono on ASUS Tinker Board under TinkerOS.

 

First I install mono-complete as is described in HOW To instructions for installing Eddie Client for Raspberry Pi 3 in this section of forum. Than install OpenVPN and Stunnel4. Than I downloaded Graphic UI Eddie AirVPN Client Portable Mono for Linux architecture x64. Unzipped, copy openvpn and stunnel from originall directories to Eddie directory.

 

Than I started Graphic UI Eddie AirVPN Client for Mono under XLDE command:

 

#mono AirVPN.exe

 

 

And that is it. It works fine.



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Posted 14 April 2017 - 02:34 PM

I received my TinkerOS hw.

First I install mono-complete as is described in HOW To instructions for installing Eddie Client for Raspberry Pi 3 in this section of forum. Than install OpenVPN and Stunnel4. Than I downloaded Graphic UI Eddie AirVPN Client Portable Mono for Linux architecture x64. Unzipped, copy openvpn and stunnel from originall directories to Eddie directory.

Some confusion here...
If you install openvpn and stunnel4, you don't need to copy openvpn and stunnel from the portable bundle. Eddie will find them in system.
In fact, it's strange that you copy x64 binary and works... probabily Eddie ignore it and use the system packages. Please check by posting a log file.

Anyway, my objective is to make .deb and our Debian repo compatible with both Raspbian and TinkerOS.

There are some confusion about architectures...
Raspberry it's armv7l but rasbian repo it's armhf.
Tinker OS 'uname -m' report armv7l, Tinker OS repo it's armhf.
Still studying this kind of stuffs, but i can ensure that next release of Eddie will work on both.

#5 Treiberschreiber

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Posted 14 April 2017 - 10:49 PM

There are some confusion about architectures...
Raspberry it's armv7l but rasbian repo it's armhf.
Tinker OS 'uname -m' report armv7l, Tinker OS repo it's armhf.
Still studying this kind of stuffs, but i can ensure that next release of Eddie will work on both.

 

It's the same. armhf is Debian's way of naming the arch of an ARMv7+ CPU (ARM Hard Float point). The only difference is between armhf and armel. Basically, if you want to support the first RaspBerry as well, you need armel, because it has got a v6 CPU.


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