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  • Pete
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    Welcome to the Homeseer forum Robert.

    Here never purchased the Rock Pi 64. Stayed with the S912 TV box. It is still running but using an Intel mini box these days for the HS3 Lite box.


    ____ ___ _ ____
    / ___|/ _ \/ |___ \
    \___ \ (_) | | __) |
    ___) \__, | |/ __/
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    Welcome to Ubuntu Bionic with Armbian Linux 5.1.0-rc1-aml-s912
    System load: 0.00 0.02 0.00 Up time: 26 days
    Memory usage: 19 % of 2840MB Zram usage: 1 % of 1420Mb IP: 192.168.244.149
    CPU temp: 45°C
    Usage of /: 41% of 29G

    [ General system configuration (beta): armbian-config ]

    Relating to Mono implementation on my Linux HS3 boxes always use current standard release.

    root@TX9_HS3Lite:~# mono -V
    Mono JIT compiler version 6.8.0.105 (tarball Tue Feb 4 21:30:17 UTC 2020)
    Copyright (C) 2002-2014 Novell, Inc, Xamarin Inc and Contributors. www.mono-project.com

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  • Kg6hbh
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    What version of mono do you have on your rock pi 4. I have a RockPi4A.
    thanks

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  • Pete
    started a topic Homeseer 3 Lite (Zee 2) running on a new box

    Homeseer 3 Lite (Zee 2) running on a new box

    Originally was looking at the Rock64, then the RockPi4 and now even smaller than those is a tiny TV box.

    Historically started endeavor with original Zee (RPi). Then moved it to an RPi2, then moved it to a dual AMD core Cube computer (XiS), then to a Pine64 where it sits today.

    Hardware:

    TV Box S912 with specs (< $100 on Amazon and closer to $50 if you look/search).

    1 - Octocore ARM CPU
    3 - 3 Gb of RAM
    4 - 32 Gb eMMC (for OS)
    5 - Gb NIC port
    6 - USB 2.0 ports
    7 - Mali GPU (which you do not need to use running this headless)
    8 - front display which can be adjusted for any sort of status.

    OS:

    Ubuntu 18.04 64 bit (Armbian) - server - headless running

    Download here:

    Write the Image file to a fast SD card. Then later write the SD card image to the emmc.
    I have upgraded base here from a 16Gb SD card now to a 32Gb SD card. For KODI using a 64Gb SD card.
    Optimal will be running OS on the built in eMMC.

    Software:

    - Mono
    - Homeseer 3
    - Webmin
    - docker
    -
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