So glad that the armbian community has added supported OS for orange pi zero 2.


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Armbian is a community driven open source project. Do you like to contribute your code?

2 hours ago, Josephjo said:

Been waiting for sometime, couple of months but glad that you guys had made it happened. I basically just leave my boards aside until armbian is ready. Thank you.


Thank you! But the price is high and unpaidhttps://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_FAQ/#development-time 

https://forum.armbian.com/clients/donations/ even Orangepi helps a bit.

 

2 hours ago, Josephjo said:

Just wonder would there be os for tinkerboard as well in future?


Development cost. Debugging cost but the biggest cost is dealing with (never satisfied and ungrateful) users. Which just show up complaining when things breaks down :( Which is usually fine if you get at least something in return. We never received a cent from Asus, contrary, they were making us expenses. End-user donations, people that would like to have usable OS, the only alternative for funding never reached 0.5% of our current costs. If we are going to deal with this board, this simply adds between 10 and 20.000 EUR depth to our personal finances. Which is just crazy. 

 

https://forum.armbian.com/forum/54-help-wanted/

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Yes, I don't mind doing a bit of donation though I can't contribute in coding. Perhaps should ask every person whom download if they wish to donate.

The same like ubuntu and arduino always have this donation page before downloading. Think its a great idea.

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