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16 Dec 2022 23:38 #259684 by Bari
Orange Pi 5 4GB RK3588S US $68.00 + $12 shipping, in stock
www.aliexpress.us/item/3256804748236962.html

Orange Pi 5 8GB RK3588S US $83.00 + $12 shipping, in stock
www.aliexpress.us/item/3256804755535571.html

Orange Pi 5 16GB RK3588S US $115.00 + $12 shipping, in stock
www.aliexpress.us/item/3256804771408605.html
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24 Dec 2022 04:53 #260219 by ewax
Possibly a strange entry but:

LinkStar-H68K-1432
4GB Cortex-A55 RK3568 US $119.00
www.seeedstudio.com/LinkStar-H68K-1432-p-5501.html
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01 Jan 2023 00:09 #260687 by blazini36

Orange Pi 5 4GB RK3588S US $68.00 + $12 shipping, in stock
www.aliexpress.us/item/3256804748236962.html

Orange Pi 5 8GB RK3588S US $83.00 + $12 shipping, in stock
www.aliexpress.us/item/3256804755535571.html

Orange Pi 5 16GB RK3588S US $115.00 + $12 shipping, in stock
www.aliexpress.us/item/3256804771408605.html
 

The RK3588 is a hell of a CPU. The S version is slightly cut down but not in any way that should matter for most machine stuff. Orange Pi 5 is probably the lowest priced device using a 3588, be great if it had a 2nd ethernet port.

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15 Jan 2023 02:27 #262007 by tommylight
Did anyone try using android TV boxes for this?
Today i found some in a local shop that caught my eye, they had Alwiner 616 plastered all over the box, with 32 or 64 GB of space for 60 and 65 Euro respectively. No info on the amount of RAM.
Should i get one or is it a no go?

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15 Jan 2023 18:44 #262055 by cakeslob
Thats a pretty fun idea. Personally Im banking on the H616 working because I already have a CB1 which uses a H616 but I havent tested it out yet. Probably best to check online if the model in stores has a linux build for it. They usually do, but its probably worth it to check.
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15 Jan 2023 21:59 #262071 by Bari
linux-sunxi.org/H616

Integrated NIC so good as an Rpi4 alternative. No idea how well they did a job on the kernel or u-boot on an Android TV box and if the box lets you easily modify them.

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16 Jan 2023 08:45 - 16 Jan 2023 08:46 #262110 by zack
i remeber testing sim a while back using arbian distro no realtime kernel however can try again with my 7i76e

is there a lot of interest, if so will do a full realttime test etc

if i recall soc was 905x or amlogic based 2 gig rom 16g ram etc was very capable also with open gl
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17 Jan 2023 02:16 #262207 by cakeslob

No idea how well they did a job on the kernel or u-boot on an Android TV box and if the box lets you easily modify them.


Yeah, thats really the key. Im not too deep in the whole rooting/jailbreaking thing, but what I usually do is search it on line by brand name or by printed pcb name etc, then find if there is someone loading some kind of kodi/xbmc thing, which usually means a linux thing. One thing I did find, is if no one is doing it, theres probably no uboot/dbts(?) thing to make the linux. That phone forum xbm something like that, their forum usually has the linux stuff for android things

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26 Jan 2023 16:09 - 26 Jan 2023 17:54 #262941 by CarterKraft
Is there a master list of these SBC options?

There are several threads that explore the options and make them work etc. but is there a list of "these work" boards?

I was going to buy a small desk station like others have done but I really like the idea of these little SBC offerings to run my plasma table build.

I am not a code/software guy, I can get by with reading instructions and putting PC's together etc. but that is about the limit of my knowledge.
Most of these threads are over my head a fair bit.
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26 Jan 2023 18:42 #262952 by Bari
You already found this post from the beginning of this forum:
forum.linuxcnc.org/18-computer/46077-pot...uters?start=0#244531

Unfortunately for you the closest is the difficult or expensive to find Rpi4 + Mesa FPGA over Ethernet.

forum.linuxcnc.org/18-computer/44828-rem...ernet-nvem-cnc-board might be another option depending on how much work that you wish to do.

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