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12 hours ago, Banana pi Judy Huang said:

Dear Friends, this is Judy from Banana Pi team.

We will have BPI-M2S and BPI-R2 PRO sample ready on May.  If you have interesting and ability to develope the software for these two boards, please contact me, my mail: judyhuang@banana-pi.com

 

Look forward to cooperate with you!  


Hi Judy,

 

There's a lot of work involved in adding a device to Armbian.   In your case, a new product without mainline linux support, it's an enormous amount of labor.  It's unlikely there will be any community members willing to do the engineering required for free.  Are you looking for a paid engagement?

Are there kernel source code and device tree source code published and available for this product?

 

https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_FAQ/#where-do-i-ship-a-board-so-that-armbian-will-add-support

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13 часов назад, lanefu сказал:

Are there kernel source code and device tree source code published and available for this product?

I have BPi-R2-pro in stock. It didn't take a lot of work to get basic support in the main core (there is already a primary part there), I also added a number of fixes. There are the first results of the Armbian launch. :)

 

 

I took the latest version of the Armbian image for Station P2 and immediately launched on BPIR2Pro without changes. Immediately works HDMI LAN (first port), HDMI sound, 3.5 analog sound, eMMC, USB, power button.   :)

Although it shows a temperature of about 50 degrees when working (when playing the video to full screen), I recommend installing a cooling system right away.

When using the default DTB (rk3568-bpi-r2-pro) from the 5.18 kernel sources, some of the hardware is not working yet, but it is easy to fix.

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29.04.2022 в 09:23, Banana pi Judy Huang сказал:

BPI-R2 PRO

I believe that there is already support for the CSC level (in the near future I will send the necessary PR to the official build system).  :)

To get the status of "official" support, I recommend that you contact @Igor to discuss the details of obtaining such a level of support.

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All the work on adding the necessary to the main core has almost been done by Frank (all patches have been sent to the core and are waiting for acceptance), I only slightly added the missing elements

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On 4/30/2022 at 3:05 AM, lanefu said:


Hi Judy,

 

There's a lot of work involved in adding a device to Armbian.   In your case, a new product without mainline linux support, it's an enormous amount of labor.  It's unlikely there will be any community members willing to do the engineering required for free.  Are you looking for a paid engagement?

Are there kernel source code and device tree source code published and available for this product?

 

https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_FAQ/#where-do-i-ship-a-board-so-that-armbian-will-add-support

Hello, friend, everything can be discuss, we also can pay, contact me by email, we can discuss more

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