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Android OS vs Linux Widevine Support on ARM64

If you use a odroid device like my odroid n2 you should know that the OFTEN needed DRM Browser Plugin “Widevine” in NOT available by default for ARM64. Google free Browser Chromium does not support Widevine without hacking (extracting from a Chromebook OS Recovery ARMHf/32bit Image.) I was not able to get it to run on Armbian or ubuntu for odroid. Its much simpler to setup Android and use the Apps like Amazon Video or else.. Google does NOT offer a Widevine to ARM64 CPU Support by default. Try x86 TV Sticks or Boxes like the intel tv stick if […]

Bug: AVM Router Repeater Mesh Stream Problems

Since latest Updates of AVM Router Firmware the Devices are sold with MESH Option but this FAILS! Background: Mesh should handle the best Connect between Router + Repeater and used Devices Mesh Service produces own Communication Traffic which is added to your default WIFI TRAFFIC! The Repeaters do NOT offer 3 or 4 seperated WIFI NICs for handling the Traffic If you buy new Repeaters look that they have minimum 4 Channels (2,4+5GHZ to Router and 2,4+5GHZ to the Devices like TV,Laptop and more.. If you have LAN Cables next to the Repeaters, you should prefer at the Repeater LAN-to-WIFI […]

Script DNS Blocker DNSMASQ

If you tested pihole, you perhaps look for a smaller Command Line version? Install dnsmasq by: sudo apt-get install dnsmasq Here DNS Rule Injector Script (copy & paste): blocker.sh # www.linuxonlinehelp.eu 2019 # DNS Blocker for Small Linux with dnsmasq # #!/bin/bash # goto tmp (tmpfs) cd /tmp/ # get URL-Blocklists wget -O blocklist.txt https://v.firebog.net/hosts/Kowabit.txt # get Templates #SET Variables txt='blocklist.txt' IP='0.0.0.0' # set to 0.0.0.0 or to a Webserver with "white Page" showing Text "URL-blocked!! #merge URLs and redirect to wanted IP – Rule creation n=1; while read line; do echo 'address=/'$line'/$IP '>> 02-blocked1.conf ; n=$((n+1)); done < $txt […]

Ubuntu 18.04 Backlight Control Command Line

By default the xbacklight command does not work on Intel HD Graphics: Workaround: sudo nano /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-intel.conf: insert: Section "Device" Identifier "Card0" Driver "intel" Option "Backlight" "/sys/class/backlight/intel_backlight" EndSection now add to startup / autostart (lxde) : xbacklight -set 30