Is there for the Pine64 Rockpro64 an OpenSuse version available?

Is there for the Pine64 Rockpro64 an OpenSuse version available?

ROCKPro64: A 64-bit Hexa-Core SBC with PCIe, USB 3.0, USB-C and Gigabit Ethernet Featuring up-to 4GB of LDDDR4 RAM
The ROCKPro64 is the most powerful single board computer on offer from PINE64, featuring a Rockchip RK3399 hexa-core SOC as well as a quad-core Mali-T860MP4 and up-to 4GB of dual-channel LPDDR4 system memory. Moreover, the board comes packed with features, including an USB 3.0 and USB type C with DP1.2 port, a full PCIe x4 as well as eMMC module socket. You also get a 40pin header with I2C, SPI, UARTs and GPIOs. The board is backwards compatible with many of the existing PINE64 peripherals, including the Wifi/BT module, camera module and LCD panel but an array of new peripherals specific for the board is also available. All this in the exact same model “A” dimension as the original PINE A64.

The ROCKPro64 4GB board is designated as LTS (long Term Supply) which means that PINE64 is committed to supply it for at least 5 years – until year 2023 and beyond.

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Hi Malcolm,

That is actually another hardware platform

The Rock64 instead of Rockpro64


Thank you for your welcome!

Then I would suggest the openSUSE ARM Mailing list or IRC Freenode #opensuse-arm


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I would post again on IRC, have you tried the other rock version to see if it at least boots? The other issue is the lack of someone in the ARM team else having the hardware. Perhaps a different approach on the ML, ask about the steps needed to get it at least booting, then move on from there?