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Revision as of 11:52, 3 November 2017

PINE64 Community Projects Wiki Page

The PINE64 Wiki is community driven and can be edited by anyone who wishes to contribute.

Please remember to always login into the Wiki to see the latest updates. You can use your PINE64 forum login details.

There are currently 67 projects on this wiki.

Introduction

This Wiki section offers a variety of projects for PINE64 devices. It is co-created and driven by users like yourself, so feel free to browse listed projects and submit your own. If you are interested in contributing a project then please first read though the following two sub-sections (on Contributing New Projects and Authorship) before entering your submission.

All submissions are welcome. You can submit hardware-based projects, software-based projects or a mix of the two. In example, you can build an NAS server enclosure for your PINE64 SBC and have a software-based tutorial on how to take advantage of the setup you built.

If you feel that a particular theme or project type is not represented on the Wiki then please create a post about it in the relevant section on the PINE64 forum.

Contributing New Projects

There are a number of ways in which you can contribute new projects to this Wiki section. Projects can be submitted by:

  • Adding a link to a post on the forum, blog, git instructions, etc.,
  • Adding a link to an article (please read about authorship in 1.2)
  • Adding a new entry to the Wiki
  • Adding a link to a video or audio file with project instructions
  • Adding links to documents (e.g. Google docs, PDFs, etc,.) of images hosted on Google Drive, Imgur, etc,.
  • A combination of two or more of the above

The preferable way of submitting a new project is by creating a new Wiki entry as this assures that it will be easy to locate by other users. Wiki entries can include attachments in the form of photos, videos, documents and external links (e.g. to formatted code); making them ideal for storing complex and lengthy tutorials and instructions. That said, if you do not wish to migrate your project tutorial from another place (e.g. the forums) then a link to the complete write-up, code, video or another medium will suffice.

Adding an entry to the listing in the relevant project section should follow this syntax:

| Name || Device || Link to project || Notes about the project

Authorship

If you are the author of the submitted project then make sure to credit yourself accordingly. You are also welcome to remain anonymous if you prefer. However, if you are linking or referencing an external source of project that has been written up/ recorded/ created by someone else then you must credit the person or organisation the project and related resources belong to.

Retro Gaming Projects

PINE64 Retro Gaming Projects
Most PINE64 devices are capable of emulating old computer and video game consoles such as the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-LTS-small icon.png Pinebook-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine PINEBOOK ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
HeadShot LTS/A64 Pine A64 in a Playstation Pine A64 in a Playstation Case using original controllers
Luke A64/LTS Arcade Cabinet A custom built min-arcade cabinet using the Pine A64 + LCD screen
Luke/Pfeerick LTS/A64 Retroarch Install a dedicated Retroarch build on a minimal xenial image
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Desktop Computer Projects

Desktop Applications of PINE64 SBCs
All PINE64 Single Board Computers are capable of acting as destkop computers. This includes a variety of Linux destkop environments (such as Mate or XFCE) as well as different types of Android.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-LTS-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
Swapnil Bhartiya A64 Debian desktop on Pine64 Installing Debian Mate on simple image
AKINWALE A64/LTS MonoDevelop Install MonoDevelop integrated development environment and forward it
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Network Attached Storage (NAS) Projects

NAS Projects
Most PINE64 Single Board Computers feature Gigabit Ethernet connections and multiple USB 2.0 / 3.0 ports, and are therefore well suited for domestic NAS applications.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-LTS-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
Ptheven A64/LTS/Rock64 RAID 0 A RAID 0 setup for you PINE64 SBC
Ptheven A64/LTS/Rock64 SMB setup Instructions to set up shares on your PINE64 SBC
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Media Server and Player Projects

Media Server and Player Projects
All PINE64 Single Board Computers are capable of acting at media servers as well as playback devices. Dedicated Linux destributions such as LibreELEC as well as Android TV make for great couch media consumption experiences. Your device may also perform the role of a media server.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-LTS-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
JulianM A64 MDP Server + Speakers A custom build of MDP Server and speakers using a Pine A64
Jeremy Graham A64/LTS Manual Plex Server Installation Manual Plex Server installation on Pine A64
Learnincurve A64/LTS Squeezebox Squeezbox on Pine A64 + LCD
Ronnie Bailey A64/LTS EMBY EMBY server on the Pine A64

Projects Utilising General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) Pins

GPIO Projects
All PINE64 Single Board Computers have a set of GPIO pins that you can use in your project. The PINEBOOK can also make use GPIO using different means ... you can read about them in this section.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png Pinebook-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine PINEBOOK ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
machinehum and MarkHaysHarris777 PINEBOOK uSD Breakout This project allows 6 GPIO pins to be accessed via SD card slot
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Server Projects

Server/Docker Projects
All PINE64 Single Board Computers can be used as a wide variety of servers. Common applications include LAMP and Docker servers, but a there is nearly a limitless amount of plausible server applications.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
Hypriot OS PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine Pine A64 Docker Docker on Pine A64, applies to other PINE64 devices
doertepn A64/LTS/Rock64 OwnCloud tutorial Tutorial on manually installing OwnCloud on the Pine A64
wahdooyah Rock64/LTS/A64 Deluge server Deluged Torrent Server on the Pine A64
tomd Rock64/A64/LTS Pi-Hole Pi-Hole DNS server on a Pine A64
John Doe PADI link Notes about the project
John Doe PADI link Notes about the project

Cluster/Docker Computing Projects

Cluster Projects
Have you got two or more PINE64 Single Board Computer board? Consider building a cluster. Clutering of two or more PINE64 boards presents as a fantastic oportunity to explore and learn about node failure management, task scheduling, debuggin, data sharing and much more.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-LTS-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
Climbers.net PINE A64/A64+/A64-LTS/SOPine 5 Node Cluster with PINE A64+ Cluster in a dedicated acrylic case
Quantum Cannibal A64/LTS Docker Cluster Build Videos detailing Docker on a Pine A64 cluster
Vivek Juneja A64/LTS Swarm Cluster Instructions to build a swarm cluster using Pine A64/LTS
Kurt Stam LTS Docker CentOS Docker on a Pine A64 cluster running CentOS

Home Automation Projects

Home Automation Projects
PINE64 Single Board Computers - all equipped with milti-core SOCs and GPIO - can become an adition to, or the basis for, your home automation project. Use an existing platform like OpenHAB which is compatible with commercially available devices, add aditional functionality to MotionEye, or just hack away and make things your own.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-LTS-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
FrankA2 A64 Life Command Center Display weather, email and information about home using a Pine A64
Sytone A64/LTS Home Assistant Running home assistant on Pine A64
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

Robotics Projects

Robotics Projects
Use your PINE64 Single Board Computer featuring a milti-core SOCs and GPIO to have a go at robotics. Download an existing Open Source robotics project from Github or start your own; browse this section for inspiration and resources.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-LTS-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine ROCK64
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project
John Doe A64 link Notes about the project
Jane Doe LTS link Notes about the project

PADI IoT Stamps Projects

PADI Projects
PADI is a tiny microcontroller that can be used in conjunction with your PINE64 SBC or the Pinebook
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
John Doe PADI link Notes about the project


Other Projects

Other Projects
You have no doubt come up with something that we didn't think about, and that is truly great. Perhaps your project is interesting enough that it will be granted its own section. After all if you have imagination then sky is the limit.
Suitable Devices for this Project
PINE A64-small icon.png PINE A64-LTS-small icon.png Pinebook-small icon.png ROCK64-small icon.png
PINE A64/A64+ PINE A64-LTS/SoPine PINEBOOK ROCK64
RTL-SDR
Project Author(s) Device(s) Project Link Notes
bits_and_wires Pinebook case mod Pinebook Case modification
MarkHaysHarris777 Pinebook Serial Console Cable Serial over 3.5 jack plug on the Pinebook
MarkHaysHarris777 Pinebook Case mod Serial Console Case mod to access serial console switch inside the case
doertepn A64/LTS Picture frame A Pine A64 picture frame using an old Apple computer
vovakurz A64/LTS Ubiquiti UAPs rely on a UniFi CA UniFi relay for better/Smoother WiFi roaming.
iPhyse A64/LTS Holodoc Project Instructions on creating a holographic doc using the Pine A64
carlosviansi A64/LTS Weather station Weather Station using Pine A64 + I2C POT
KnReLe Pine A64 RTL-SDR RTL-SDR software that works out-of-the-box on the Pine A64