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meunierf
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Is there a possibility to add an option in configurator in order to create an sd/network boot image for Asus tinkerboard ?

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No. WTware only works on x86 and Raspberry.

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Thanks for your reply. In fact I posted in development/requests to ask if there is a way for WTware to do so, in a near future ?

Very nice stuff btw ! ;)

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meunierf wrote:
Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:29 pm
if there is a way for WTware to do so, in a near future ?
No. Linux kernel for Rockchip is low quality and has no support from manufacturer. Raspberry/Broadcom is the only ARM I know where manufacturer actively supports linux kernel development.

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akatik wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:36 pm
meunierf wrote:
Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:29 pm
if there is a way for WTware to do so, in a near future ?
No. Linux kernel for Rockchip is low quality and has no support from manufacturer. Raspberry/Broadcom is the only ARM I know where manufacturer actively supports linux kernel development.
Ok. Again, thanks for reply. I was wondering if the better cpu and LAN port of Tinker would help the RDP session. I'm hardly looking for the best multimedia experience (Skype, video stream...) in RDP.

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Hello, I wonder WTware would work on ASUS Tinker Board? Or would be available in the future the installation for this board?

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No.

Here is a Linux kernel for Raspberry: https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux

It's alive repository with recent kernel version and almost everyday commits.

We will not think about thinkerboard until ASUS/Rockchip/other manufacturer will make the same for their board.

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