Product Change Notification feature is implemented on our web site so our customers can stay up to date with planned new features and board revision changes

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Many of our customers asked us to implement Product Change Notification on our web, so they can subscribe and be notified when we start working on new revisions of our boards or when the new revision is in production together with the new features implemented.

Now we have it implemented as you can see on the picture above when you are in product page you can see small letter icon with red dot in the upper right corner, when you click on it you can subscribe for notification about this product.

 

New Debian 10 Buster images released for A20 and A64 boards and SOMs

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We have released Universal A20 and A64 images with Debian 10 Buster.

There are few known issues which we work on:

  • Certain types of eMMC memories might start in HS-200 mode instead of SDHS mode. This causes eMMC installation and boot problems.
  • HDMI always takes precendence over LCD. This is even if you have enabled a
    display manually (interrupted u-boot and executed “olinuxino monitor set XXX”).
  • Boards with 5.x eMMC chips are unable to boot directly from eMMC;
    this is caused by poor eMMC 5.x support in eGON BROM;
    this issue is not related to the Linux image
  • The board currently cannot store rootfs on usb driver. The init script
    starts before the usb subsystem initialization.
  • If the board has eMMC and SPI, it’s not possible to boot from SPI and rootfs
    on SATA. This is due to the fact that u-boot searches first the eMMC storage
    for boot scripts.
  • LCD-OLinuXino-15.6FHD is not fully supported.
  • The GT2005 camera module in A20-SOM-EVB and A20-SOM204-EVB is not working.

New release is preparing and will be updated by the end of the month.

 

 

New from our forum – experimental NixOS image for TERES DIY OSHW Laptop

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Recent post from our forum explains how to build experimental NixOS image for TERES-I  – Do It Yourself, Environmental friendly, modular Open Source Hardware ARM Laptop.

ESP32-ADF Internet Radio example now uses LoBo with 2.8″ TFT LCD and touch screen

 

The Internet Radio demo for ESP32-ADF now includes MOD-LCD2.8RTP and LoBo for UI. Updated version is uploaded on GitHub.

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Programming with open source hardware educational board eduArdu and Scratch 3

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New demo code which transforms eduArdu in Makey Makey and tutorial how to use with Scratch 3 is uploaded to GitHub.

Here is the result from above code:

Google assistant, Google DialogFlow, Amazon Alexa and internet radio demo code for ESP32-ADF are uploaded on GitHub

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Some demo codes for ESP32-ADF are now uploaded on the GitHub.

Google Assistant demo will allow you to build your very own Google Assistant speaker, display and to integrate these services in your future product.

Internet Radio is preliminary and we still work on the UI to be uploaded later this week.

Amazon Alexa is the GA competitor and you can embed it with your Home assistant and automate your home.

Google Dialogflow is easy way to use Google AI in your products and make them voice controllable. It builds voice to text service and you will receive plain text delivered from the voice the device listen to. This way you can add voice control to every of your products. All you need is internet connection.

The SIP phone demo is also to be uploaded later this week.

First batch of ESP32-ADF is sold out, we will have new stock after our summer vacation

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Our first batch of ESP32-ADF is sold out now we work on second batch but will have no time to complete before our Summer vacation, so new stock will be available after August 18th.

For these who didn’t managed to get one there is notification link on the product page which will notify you when the board is back in stock.

 

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