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Have you seen the PINE 64?

Post by rhkean@gmail.com »

@Fourdee,

I should have one of these in the next couple weeks. I was an early backer.

http://pine64.com/

I think it will be fun to port dietpi to it when it comes in... 8-)

-rob
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rhkean@gmail.com wrote:@Fourdee,

I should have one of these in the next couple weeks. I was an early backer.

http://pine64.com/

I think it will be fun to port dietpi to it when it comes in... 8-)

-rob
I ordered mine a little late, so it won't be arriving until May :( We plan to add DietPi support for it, once I can get my hands on it :)

Also, have you seen the news on the new Odroid C2? 64bit 2ghz :). Cant wait to get my hands on one!
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I had NOT heard about the C2. the XU4 was my first jaunt into the Odroid scene.... I got it specifically because of the USB3 ports. I'm rather disappointed that the C2 isn't equipped with USB3... all that power and it's crippled by the USB2 bottleneck... if you're using it for large media file storage any how...

As for the PINE... I got in early (I want to say day 1, but I can't remember for sure), so I'm getting the PINE64+ 2GB and was able to add the wifi/bt add-on module through backerkit for like $10. I got the earlybird package, so I should be in one of the first couple shipments.

I'll be happy to taunt you with pics when it comes in... ROFL.
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rhkean@gmail.com wrote:I'll be happy to taunt you with pics when it comes in... ROFL.
lmao. By all means, would be good to see it :)
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I ordered a PINE64 to have as NAS and maybe plex media server if its powerful enought. I see they are getting debian jessie to work on the pine64 forums :) hopefully it will be easy to get dietpi working on it also.
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Placed my order

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:D
a few minutes ago.
Looking forward to use it with DietPi.

Greets, Michael
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Well, if they ever ship mine to me, I'll get started on an image.... :ugeek:
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waiting for mine to ship also.

I do have my two C.H.I.P.s though that are also nice little computers.
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dietpi running on a RPi A+
connected to a minicom terminal UART to UART to the Pine A64+
with some serious voodoo magic to encourage it to run a netboot install of debian ARM64
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rhkean@gmail.com wrote:dietpi running on a RPi A+
connected to a minicom terminal UART to UART to the Pine A64+
with some serious voodoo magic to encourage it to run a netboot install of debian ARM64
Great stuff Rob. You are doing excellent work on your DietPi Pine64 implementation/image :)
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