You will mostly find that the latest version is not available in the repositories. For example, when I was setting up my new Orange Pi with Ubuntu 22.04, the repository only had version 3.9.x available. While this version may be fine for some users, for unknown reasons, it was not updating Cloudflare entries for me. Then I decided to install the latest DDclient and see if that fixed the issue for me, and it actually did. So, let me show you how to install the latest DDclient.
If you have used cloud providers, you may know that they provide an option to rebuild the server OS if you have messed up things or are just testing things. This capability can also be applied to your local setup. In the previous article, I wrote about how to boot from NVME on Orange Pi 3B. Here, I am going to show you how to rebuild the OS image on the NVME drive on your Orange Pi 3B and start fresh.
I bought an Orange Pi 3B on AliExpress and, at the same time, purchased an NVME drive (HAUDISK 256GB PCIe drive). Because an SD card is not something I would like to use for the long run, I am considering this board as a home web server for my pet projects. So let's jump in to show you how to boot from an NVME drive on your Orange Pi 3B.