[kwlug-disc] The Pinebook Pro
stuart at lowlevel.ca
Wed Feb 6 13:44:29 EST 2019
I backed their Pine A64 single board computer on kickstarter.
While support is certainly limited, the over all poor design and production
quality put me off.
The raspberry pi boards from my point of view are far more mature and
On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 11:10 AM Khalid Baheyeldin <kb at 2bits.com> wrote:
> I ran across this company when I was looking for SBCs that can run Linux
> for my Home Assistant project. I ended up with a Raspberry Pi 3, but was
> impressed with their SBCs.
> The laptop seems to be a natural evolution from there.
> What worries me about these companies is the same thing that plagues
> Orange Pi, Banana Pi, and other more powerful RPi clones: software and
> community. Specifically, they make the operating system work, then do
> not put any effort in updating it at all, then it is abandoned after a new
> model comes out. Also, the lack of a community hobbles them.
> Let us see if the laptop can overcome these problems.
> On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 11:01 AM L.D. Paniak <ldpaniak at fourpisolutions.com>
>> Looks like there is a reasonable, inexpensive open-source (friendly)
>> laptop coming down the pipe soon:
>> Not sure how many binary blobs are required to make it go but my BSD
>> friends think it is OK.
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