Developer Board III is a development platform based on AmlogicS812/ M802 ARM Cortex-A9 quad core which show PC-like performance.Since the Developer Board run the open source Android System,it could be widely used in various field.
NanoPi S2, WiFi Bluetooth, eMMC of NanoPi board. NanoPi S2 uses Cortex-A9 quad-core architecture S5P4418 processor (clocked at 1.4GHz), memory 1G DDR3, while board integrated 802.11 b / g / n wireless LAN and Bluetooth 4.0 module, and uses the power management chip AXP228 supports Soft-off, use microUSB power. NanoPi S2 leads to the video input / output interface, 3.5mm audio output port, USB port and microSD card slot with serial debugging features, and stay out of ADC pin connector.
CPU: S5P4418, dynamic running at 400Mhz ~ 1.4GHz PMU power management: AXP228, support software shutdown and wake-sleep DDR3 RAM: 1GB eMMC: 8GB Wireless: 802.11 b / g / s Bluetooth: 4.0dual mode MicroSD Slot: x1 Audio: 3.5mm headphone holder / Via HDMI Microphone: On-board microphone USB Host: 1 x USB 2.0 Host Micro USB: 1 x USB 2.0 Client LCD Interface: 45pin, 0.5mm pitch FPC patch seat, supports full color TFT LCD (RGB: 8-8-8) HDMI: microHDMI, 1080P60 output
Today, I am going to show you how to use Pardus operation system working on Raspberry Pi 2 Model B v1.1 Pardus is an animal name from anatolia. Developers gave this name to it because Pardus is a very unique type of animal among other predators. On this instructable, I will show you how to use this powerful OS to do great things. While you are reading these sentences, I know that you are not very new for Raspberry Pi, and you got a board with you with other things such as keyboard, usb wi-fi dongle, mouse, sd card, and you tried Raspbian to run in Raspberry Pi. (Note I am talking about PardusARM v3 now based on Debian/Raspbian)The need list:1. Your computer (With an internet connection wired or wireless)2. Raspberry Pi 2 Model B v1.1 (With SD card, mouse, keyboard e.t.c.)3. Ethernet cable (long enough from your modem t
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