Hi Lonnie. Great idea.

I will certainly provide info as I can. Unfortunately though I cant remember 
what Jetway cards I have deployed where so Im a bit stuck with them.
Everything else is ALIX and APU1 & 2

Regards
Michael Knill
´╗┐On 13/3/18, 10:44 am, "Lonnie Abelbeck" <li...@lonnie.abelbeck.com> wrote:

    We need your help ...
    
    It was asked on the mailing list here a few weeks back if there was a file 
that consistently displayed the board model/make information ... there isn't.
    
    We have developed a heuristic that might easily generate "PC Engines APU2", 
"Qotom Q190G4N-S07", etc. for the associated hardware, with a small text 
database file.
    
    Currently this database looks like this:
    
https://github.com/astlinux-project/astlinux/blob/master/package/system-vendor/system-vendor.ids
    
    We would like to crowd-source various hardware you are using for AstLinux.  
No need to submit entries we already have defined, but confirming the 
8-character fingerprint would be good if you want.
    
    For those of you that have different hardware, this is the process to 
generate a "system-vendor.ids" entry.  Any relatively recent version of 
AstLinux will work ...
    ===============================
    ## Using the CLI on AstLinux, change to a non-persistent directory
    $ cd /tmp
    
    ## Download "system-vendor.sh" from GitHub
    $ curl -O 
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/astlinux-project/astlinux/master/package/system-vendor/system-vendor.sh
    
    ## Generate an entry for your hardware
    ## Replace "XYZ Hardware Model" with a fitting model name
    ## Report back the output via the mailing list
    $ bash system-vendor.sh XYX Hardware Model
    12345678~XYZ Hardware Model
    
    ## Cleanup
    $ rm system-vendor.sh
    ===============================
    Relay your results by replying here, or email me directly if you want.
    
    This "system-vendor" feature is a work in progress, and we may end up 
disabling it, but if our heuristic works it would be nice to include in the 
next release.
    
    AstLinux Team
    
    
    
    
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