The Odroid C2 Arm64 SBC is getting some attention these days. Its video
capability seems to be a driver for some decent shelf life at our local
If one whishes integrated WIFI plus SATA in the Arm64 world, ASUS has
the Tinker Board S, see
I am working towards Crux-arm64 on the OdroidC2, having a cross-compiled
Linux kernel (3.16) booting either Ubuntu or ArchLinux.
Crux is the only distribution I self-support for X86 devices.
I "git cloned" much of crux-arm.nu/gitweb. I have a previous experience
of re-packaging Crux X86-64 (basically to make a "features-lean" system
such that security-wise, the attack surface is reduced). In this new
Arm64 project, I might be able to contribute back to the crux-arm.nu
Any useful tip, suggestion, or comment?
- Thierry Moreau
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