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Offline PDP-8

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Re: Which board to support?
« Reply #15 on: March 12, 2018, 05:25:46 AM »
Re: Asus Tinkerboard - if you don't have one already, you may want to wait for the "S" model supposedly arriving any day now.  16gb onboard emmc, better voltage regulation (although most still recommend going through gpio pins and not microusb etc....

Thing is - even with my Libre board, these boards are coming out so fast and furious, it's almost impossible to recommend one! :)

The good thing for bmarkus is that RPI support here fills a good niche, since the Armbian folk won't touch an RPI -- they've got their hands full among all the other boards...
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Re: Which board to support?
« Reply #16 on: November 30, 2021, 08:18:13 AM »
Supporting Odroid C4 would be awesome !!!! Still waiting HARD for it.......

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Re: Which board to support?
« Reply #17 on: November 09, 2022, 04:15:22 AM »
I still haven't converted my Libre Computer board (Le Potato) over from Armbian to Tinycore yet.

Just mentioning it, because unlike the RPI's being hard to find, or price-gouged online, the Libre Computer S905X-CC is still about the same price I paid online years ago and available.

Just a thought for the intrepid TC pioneers still waiting for supply chain issues to resolve with RPI's, who might something to hack on.
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Offline vinceASPECT

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Re: Which board to support?
« Reply #18 on: November 09, 2022, 04:28:32 AM »
Yes Sir,

there are hundreds of different "SBC brands"  out there.

....a good Value for money brand are "Orange Pi". which i believe
are available  (i think they have about 16 board variants)

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