Hmmmm ... which device do you have please?PorterDon wrote:Plus the HC1 doesn't have a switch.
ODROID-XU4 (which we are talking about here)
We talk here before only about ODROID-XU4.
As far as I can remember, no one of the Mod-team own a ODROID-HC1.
If it is a ODROID-HC1, it's only "based on the very powerful ODROID-XU4 platform".
But as far as I have read, it had some significat hardware difference:
- NO Power buttom
- NO HDMI connector
- NO GPIO pin or Expansion Connectors
- NO eMMC5.0 HS400 Flash Storage Slot and boot support selector
- ONLY 1x USB 2.0 (Host) Port, NO SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0) ports
- JMicron JMS578 USB 3.0 to SATA Bridge onboard
- NO SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0) to Serial ATA3 adapter
And yes, this information on their web side:
I don't know anything about DietPi support for ODROID-HC1 and can't find any hints @Fourdee work on it.HARDKERNEL wrote:System Software
Ubuntu 16.04 + OpenCL on Linux Kernel 4.9 LTS
Debian, DietPi, Arch-ARM, OMV and other Linux distributions are available too.
This will only be possible, if he gets a device from Hardkernel or by user donation.
DietPi is based on Debian 8 Jessie maintained by meveric.
DietPi for Odroid XU3/4
Where is a Odroid HC1 nightly builds with kernel 4.14.y by Igor Pecovnik (ARMbian) since Nov 04. So support of this device is brand new,
But ARMbian has moved on to Ubuntu.
No, but thanks for your offer.PorterDon wrote:You need an XU4! -- so when you are ready to order one,
I own more then 10 SBC , laying around here, all paid by myself.
For now, I only will buy devices, who take an interest. And it is nothing out where at the moment.
But you can donate Fourdee and ask him, if he can get support for Odroid HC1 devices.