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=== Linux Images ===
 
=== Linux Images ===
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==== Ubuntu Linux Image base on Longsleep 20160403-1 image, courtesy of Michael Larson====
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* [https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwrRh39nVNPsZE1TTjZ2R0ZhZ0U Direct download from google drive ]
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===== Writing the image =====
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<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">$sudo dd if=Ubuntu\ Pine64\ ML-Linux.img of=/dev/<your sdcard></syntaxhighlight>
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====== User Login ======
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*User Name: Ubuntu  Password: ubuntu
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*User Name: Ubuntu2  Password: ubuntu2
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==== Caveats ====
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* Do not use a DVI-HDMI adapter.  If you want video output, use a HDMI cable direct to a HDMI monitor or TV.  This may change as development continues.
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* Get a USB power supply that is at least 5V/1.5A.  An underpowered supply will not boot the board.
  
 
=== Android Images ===
 
=== Android Images ===

Revision as of 19:29, 12 April 2016

PINE 64

Linux Images

Ubuntu Linux Image base on Longsleep 20160403-1 image, courtesy of Michael Larson

Writing the image
$sudo dd if=Ubuntu\ Pine64\ ML-Linux.img of=/dev/<your sdcard>
User Login
  • User Name: Ubuntu Password: ubuntu
  • User Name: Ubuntu2 Password: ubuntu2

Caveats

  • Do not use a DVI-HDMI adapter. If you want video output, use a HDMI cable direct to a HDMI monitor or TV. This may change as development continues.
  • Get a USB power supply that is at least 5V/1.5A. An underpowered supply will not boot the board.

Android Images