Full Version: NEMS Linux 1.5 Released for A64/A64+, A64-LTS/SOPine, Rock64, RockPro64 (NAGIOS)
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Hi all!

Many of you are already familiar with my project, NEMS Linux, but for those who aren't, NEMS stands for "Nagios Enterprise Monitoring Server" and it is a modern pre-configured, customized and ready-to-deploy Nagios Core image designed to run on low-cost micro computers.

I am pleased and excited to announced that NEMS Linux 1.5 is now available for PINE64's A64, A64+, A64-LTS, SOPine, Rock64 and RockPro64 boards. More boards are coming soon as well.

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Download NEMS Linux from

I hope you love it!   Smile
A64-LTS/SOPine has been added.
(04-02-2019, 02:02 PM)Baldnerd Wrote: [ -> ]A64-LTS/SOPine has been added.

Thanks, I have posted at PINE64 wiki sites:

Hi tllim,
Thanks - that looks great.

One quick fix on each of them: "To find out more on NEM Linux" - should say NEMS Linux (missing the S).

Also, while your Wiki says NEMS will run on 8 GB+ SD/eMMC, that is not an officially supported configuration and I cannot promise it will work. The "official" minimum card size is 16GB. 32 GB+ is recommended.

I have also released the RockPro64 version since your post, which is also available on the NEMS Linux web site.

Your boards are performing extremely well, and have been a joy to work with. Thank you for all you do!

Hi Everybody,
I have the Kickstarter A64+ connected to my TV using HDMI and have it connected to the network via ethernet.
I downloaded the current NEMS v1.5 from the website and then burned it to a 32GB card using BalenaEtcher.  I had the Pine on for 2 days straight and I still had the same screen (Filesystem is being resized. NEMS will reboot. Please standby...)
So I purchased a 128GB SDXC and repeated the process.  Same outcome.
Do I need to do something else?
Any advice?
Sorry, I had the Pine A64+ forever, but had not any real use for it, so I don't really know what I am doing.