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ASUS Tinker Board

Postby acedeuce802 » Thu May 11, 2017 10:34 am

https://www.asus.com/us/Single-Board-Co ... ker-Board/

Has anyone seen this or looked into it? It has essentially the same packaging as a Raspberry Pi (so it can use Raspberry Pi cases), works with the Raspberry Pi 7" touchscreen, and is much faster. From what I've heard the support is lacking so far, but then again it is a brand new piece. I saw on a Facebook group that someone got TunerStudio working with it, but I tried to search for it and couldn't find the post again. I may try it out, but I'm not the best at Linux so I'm not sure how confident I am in getting things like auto-boot to TunerStudio, a push-button shutdown, GPS, etc working. I have a Raspberry Pi and was able to find enough info to do this stuff successfully, but I'm not sure how much of that code will transfer over. Maybe there's people better at Linux in here, this basically runs a modified version of Debian. Will simple code transfer over from Raspbian Jessie to Debian?
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Re: ASUS Tinker Board

Postby theduck » Sat May 20, 2017 2:18 pm

Process for getting it running should be identical to raspberry pi.
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