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device management for tinker board
#1
I found the ASUS have device management platform.   (aicc.asus.com)
it seem support for tinker board linux. does anyone use it?
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#2
You can monitor the device online/offline status by AICC. Enjoy it.
The website link is: 
https://aicc.asus.com/

if you want to try it, you can use this demo account.
Demo account:
farmiot.demo@gmail.com

Password:
demo1234
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#3
hey hey hey... 

seems https://aicc.asus.com works with the same username as the one for the new forum 
https://tinker-board.asus.com/forum/ ;-]]]].....

very nice....

just need to figure out how to add my 3 tinker boards to this....
Code:
[!] You don't have any connected device. Please go to Device Manager and add your first devices.

click on [add device]

then I download... Linux(arm).. AiccAgent_Linux_arm_V1.0.23.10.solitairetheme8 126M ;-]...

now.. where do you put this file & what do you do with it.. ?
hmmmmm... How to extract .solitairetheme8 file under linux
sooo.. If you want to extract it, you need to convert it to .ga.tgz format and decompress it..
Code:
cp AiccAgent_Linux_arm_V1.0.23.10.solitairetheme8 AiccAgent_Linux_arm_V1.0.23.10.solitairetheme8.ga.tgz
tar -zxvf AiccAgent_Linux_arm_V1.0.23.10.solitairetheme8.ga.tgz
.. extracted files...
Code:
$ ll AiccAgent*
-rwxrwx--- 1 k247 k247 124M Nov  4 03:15 AiccAgent_Linux_arm_V1.0.23.10.solitairetheme8*
-rwxrwx--- 1 k247 k247 124M Nov  4 11:04 AiccAgent_Linux_arm_V1.0.23.10.solitairetheme8.ga.tgz*

AiccAgentArm:
total 124M
drwxrwxr-x 2 k247 k247 4.0K Aug 19 12:15 ./
drwxrwx--- 5 k247 k247 4.0K Nov  4 11:04 ../
-rwxrwxr-x 1 k247 k247 124M Aug 28 11:09 AiccAgentArmR12.deb*
-rwxrwxr-x 1 k247 k247 1.5K Aug 27 09:48 READMEARM.txt*
k247@ubuntuVM:~/temp

cat READMEARM.txt
Code:
***************************
Current Version Information:
---------------------------
ReleaseDate: 2020/08/27
Version: 1.0.23.10
DMClientFeatureProvider: v1.0.17.8
DMClient v1.0.1.5

Agent 1.0.23.9 Update Info:
1.[Provider] support auto-update file format "tgz" or "tar.gz"
2.[Provider] Tinker Serial Device get Cpu Temp. from thermal information device node
3.[Provider] Fix "Device query security update packages no response issue"
4.[Agent] Remove ExecStop action in aiccagent systemd script
5.[Agent] Remove Package Conflict "rfkill"



Step:
sudo apt-get install alsa-utils
sudo apt-get install lm-sensors
sudo apt-get install network-manager
sudo apt-get install bluez
sudo apt-get install at
sudo apt-get install gzip


************
Install AiccAgent:
------------
Step:
sudo apt install -y ./[AiccAgent_version].deb


*********************
Agent Executing Step:
---------------------
1. Run executable file AiccAgent in '/usr/share/AiccAgentClient' to enter username and password.
  $sudo /usr/share/AiccAgentClient/AiccAgent -c

2. Start or Stop service
  Start: $sudo systemctl --system start aiccagent
  Stop:  $sudo systemctl --system stop aiccagent
 
3. Query Service Status
 $sudo systemctl --system status aiccagent

4. Query Agent Version
 $sudo /usr/share/AiccAgentClient/AiccAgent --version

5. Remove procedure
 $sudo systemctl --system stop aiccagent
 $sudo dpkg -r aiccagent

6. Log Path:
 '/usr/share/AiccAgentClient/logs'
... tbc

note..
just reading this.. ASUS IoT Cloud Console (AICC) ready for Tinker Board, Tinker Board S
Quote:Anyone who purchases a Tinker Board or Tinker Board S from ASUS will receive a free AICC license for 3 months*.

*The free license will be activated automatically once your device is connected to AICC.

sooooo.. what happens on month 4 ]]]]]].......

also please note.. web site.. https://tinker-board.asus.com/software_aicc.html says... 
Quote:Free for up to one year: Anyone who purchases an eligible IPC-PE-series, Mini PC or Tinker series model from ASUS will receive a free AICC license valid for up to one year.

lots of fun.. ;-]...

maybe one day ASUS will release this, 
for Tinker Board owners.. to self-Host ]]]].......
also.. there is.. https://www.rudder.io for 
"... manage configurations and compliance of your systems."

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hope this helps,
k,
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#4
After 3 month, the device will be dissented from AICC. If you need to want to use it after 3 month, you can contact with ASUS and pay for this service.
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#5
AICC is not only support Tinker Board but also support Tinker Edge R and Tinker Edge T right now. 
You can remotely manage, deploy application and debug for your device. 

Join it now for free. The website is listed below. 
https://aicc.asus.com/
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