[Arm-netbook] Just a thought for the 2nd revision of your standard,
calmstorm at posteo.de
Tue Feb 19 21:25:11 GMT 2019
Actually, just a small edit, you are right, regardless, because both
have 1 usb slot. You are probably better off regardless using the RK3308
or the RK3326
Whichever is better, I am totally in for the idea. I hope you will
finally deliver to your, backers. I want to see this succeed. :)
On 02/19/2019 02:57 PM, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> hi zap, minor correction: the EOMA68 *standard* will *not* require (or
> undergo) revision in order to support any given processor.
> On Tue, Feb 19, 2019 at 7:34 PM zap <calmstorm at posteo.de> wrote:
>> sunxi cedrus now supports this processor.
> ah that's good.
>> I would be estatic to see that
>> happen. A64 is a good processor because it is 64 bit, and 32 bit has
>> less people interested in it more and more as time passes...
>> What do you think Luke? Especially given the whole bootlin/cedrus support.
> if there's a better option that goes over 2GB RAM, i'd like to use it instead.
>> Seems the Video Engine is available now. Let me know what you think of
>> this as a possible Rev2 of eoma68 the standard.
> again, to make absolutely clear: EOMA68 does not and *will* not
> undergo *any* revision to support any specific given processor.
> you *may* be referring to the funding and production of a card that
> is *COMPLIANT* with the EOMA68 specification, that happens to be
> manufactured in a sequence that may be numbered "2nd", where the
> EOMA68-A20 could conceivably be numbered "1st".
>> ps, I am mainly interested in this because of the possibility of
>> wine-staging on it. But yeah, even better it has no issues of
>> meltdown/spectre. :)
> yeah appreciated.
> i happened to encounter the RK3308 (i think it was that one) which is
> also a Cortex A53, and the RK3326 which can address up to 4GB:
> the only down-side of the RK3326: only one USB port, it will require
> an on-board USB Hub IC to support 2x USB2 for full EOMA68 compliance.
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