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lanefu

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Picture of first power / serial board. This is the old design and I am awaiting for new one (just got DHL notification of incoming parcel) 

 

I expect that till end of August the prototype will be assembled and electrically tested. Then as promised I will publish design and manufacturing files.

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Thx @lanefu, as I already wrote I am also interested in that design, to sort out my shelf of SBCs and stop messing with SD cards.

That said may it be that in the future I can connect some of my boards (as I have dozen of not used ones) for continuous integration of future Armbian changes.  In a automatic way.

 

So the question quickly pops up: I will continue with HW design but who will do the scripts that will use that HW? :) I.e. run compile.sh, upload to remote SD, power SUT, gather logs?

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Thx [mention=1231]lanefu[/mention], as I already wrote I am also interested in that design, to sort out my shelf of SBCs and stop messing with SD cards.
That said may it be that in the future I can connect some of my boards (as I have dozen of not used ones) for continuous integration of future Armbian changes.  In a automatic way.
 
So the question quickly pops up: I will continue with HW design but who will do the scripts that will use that HW? :) I.e. run compile.sh, upload to remote SD, power SUT, gather logs?
Im a devops consultant and fluent in Ansible so I think im Obligated in that regard. I can at least handle the plumbing hopefully others can implement the more granular testing once the framkework is in place.

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Status update. DHL parcel received. New boards photos: 

 

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and SD adapter inserted into Rock64

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Now I am waiting for remaining components then soldering/assembly will start. 

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