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Re: Debian on Pine64 H64B?

The unnamed decision makers of Debian some unknown time ago
decided that Pi and Pine stuff won't be supported by Debian.

I switched to Ubuntu LTS which made me (and many others) happy.

On 03.09.21 22:30, oregano+debian@disroot.org wrote:
> At $45 with 3GB RAM, optional eMMC (35 for 64 GB), WiFi,
> etc., it seems interesting, but why is there almost zero
> coverage on Debian sites?
> The Debian testing installer seemed to work, but initial
> boot didn't, or gave a blank HDMI display. At this point I
> don't recall spending any time trying to ssh onto it
> remotely, or examine the sdcard afterwards. What is the
> best way to get useful info and report it?
> ("Offtopic" but FYI) Dietpi worked fine.
> These instructions took a long time, but resulted in a
> (more or less) working Debian system (on SD card).
> https://github.com/as365n4/Debian_on_Pine64_H64B Could
> someone point me to a better/cheaper/faster recipe?
> Why isn't this SBC listed here
> https://wiki.debian.org/CheapServerBoxHardware or here
> https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Hardware ?
> Thanks for any answers or suggestions!

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