sfx2000 Posted February 1, 2019 Share Posted February 1, 2019 MAIN Thread - presently working on a router/AP, and got a bit into a networking issue - solved on my end, and thanks to @TonyMac32 for killing the other unintended posts. Prompted here... and here... @TonyMac32and @Ma Tianfu - cortex-a7 is good target for both SoC's Might be tight for Armbian... Spending my time recently in the depths of hell*, erm openwrt, on a MIPS 24kc project - onboarding an older platform that has lost support from the vendor - QC Atheros AP121 (AR9331) with some extras, and catching OpenWRT on their MIPS Device Tree migration for that platform. Along with a current GCC (7.4) ,Kernel (4.14), MUSL, and dependencies on what many would consider to be an obsolete arch - MIPS big endian- MIPS can swing either way, but the QCA chip does things the network style (which is perhaps good as that chip is network oriented) * Depths of hell is sorting out big-endian when most platforms are little endian when debugging It's actually surprising with what one can do with 64MB of RAM and 16MB of SPI-NOR and getting a working platform. Anyways - not sure where the RK3308 and AW H3v lives - there are layers - the MCU's like the Arduino and similar (ESP32 is my friend right now), the SBC's as the various boards supported here, and things in the middle - capable boards on MIPS/ARM/PPC.... Thoughts here? 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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