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Thread: Router boards: Banana pi r4, NanoPi R1, Orange Pi r1 compatibility

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    Question Router boards: Banana pi r4, NanoPi R1, Orange Pi r1 compatibility

    Hi,
    I would like to setup an IOT router and I've identified a couple of options:

    1. Banana Pi r64 (best option)
    2. NanoPi R1 Allwinner H3 Dual Ethernet Port, Wifi & BT, onboard eMMC
    3. Orange Pi R1


    Does anyone know if any of the aforementioned boards is compatible with OpenSuse Tumbleweed ? Has anyone tried yet to run OpenSuse on those?

    I cannot find an already build openSuse JeOS image for one of these boards but maybe I'm mistaken ..

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Router boards: Banana pi r4, NanoPi R1, Orange Pi r1 compatibility

    Hi
    Suggestion from the IRC #opensuse-arm Freenode channel is to try the JeOS-efi aarch64 (Banana RPi) image if it has efi support, but since it doesn't have SPI flash...;
    http://download.opensuse.org/ports/a...leweed/images/

    For the others, just see what else is available in the ports repo for the cpu arch...
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