I recieved some hardware today.
IMG_20181109_145606 IMG_20181109_145621

So obviously, I have been working hard all day.

A look at what's coming soon:

Are you excited for this?

  • Yes
  • No
  • Very

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I'm glad when someone get's new serious toys that will help others too in the future ... so, yes :slight_smile:
But i will never personally own one of those.

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And give us a report on how it performs!

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near RK3399 Arm
is a Pine64 Arm ?

The Pinebook is not using this chip.

Yes. Pine64 is using an arm chip.

interesting project, i look forward to reading your posts about it

Is sensors configured? :wink:

sensors-detect can't find any sensors, so no. :slight_smile:

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:slightly_smiling_face: Your Pinebook will look great with the Manjaro logo on it.

And, may you have lots of fun with this new hardware of yours!


Phenomenal! We're very happy to see Manjaro on the Pinebook. I'll keep watching this thread for first releases. Also feel free to reach out to me in PINE64 IRC or discord (handle:lukasz) or on here. Thank you ! :slight_smile:

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I'm connected via Riot (Matrix) to #pine64. :slight_smile:

Oh yes, I saw earlier today. I see you're building using 4.19. I suggest you look into anarsoul's branch for patches if you haven't already: https://github.com/anarsoul/linux-2.6
Also, looks like 4.20 will bring important bits and pieces to the A64 SOC.

I am actually using a slightly modified version of anarsouls kernel package. :slight_smile:

And yes, kernel 4.20 will probably be awesome for pine64. :slight_smile:

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If you are applying your black magic to this machine so it runs Manjaro, I'll sign up for it.

Where to buy in EU pls?

Very, very nice!

You buy it on pine64.org.
It ships from China. No resellers exist as far as I know.

@Strit, thanks. Interesting ordering process :slight_smile: And warranty... :wink:

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