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== Manjaro ARM [microSD / eMMC Boot] ==
 
== Manjaro ARM [microSD / eMMC Boot] ==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/manjaro.png
  
 
* To learn more about Manjaro please visit [https://forum.manjaro.org/tags/manjaroarm Manjaro Forum]  
 
* To learn more about Manjaro please visit [https://forum.manjaro.org/tags/manjaroarm Manjaro Forum]  
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== Armbian==
 
== Armbian==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/armbian.png
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/armbian.png
  
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== AOSC ==
 
== AOSC ==
  
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/aosc.png
  
 
* To learn more about AOSC, please visit the official [https://aosc.io/ AOSC website]
 
* To learn more about AOSC, please visit the official [https://aosc.io/ AOSC website]
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Clicking through on any chosen release header (or expanding the "assets" section under the Changelog) will provide options to download many images suitable for the ROCKPro64 as well as others suitable for other devices such as the Rock64 and PinebookPro - please read the download filenames carefully to choose precisely the image you desire.
 
Clicking through on any chosen release header (or expanding the "assets" section under the Changelog) will provide options to download many images suitable for the ROCKPro64 as well as others suitable for other devices such as the Rock64 and PinebookPro - please read the download filenames carefully to choose precisely the image you desire.
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== Debian by Mrfixit2001 ==
 
== Debian by Mrfixit2001 ==
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What you now have is the official Debian installer that will boot and run on your ROCKPro64. You will need an Ethernet connection and to answer the various installer questions/options.
 
What you now have is the official Debian installer that will boot and run on your ROCKPro64. You will need an Ethernet connection and to answer the various installer questions/options.
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== DietPi ==
 
== DietPi ==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/dietpi.png
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/dietpi.png
  
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** Password: '''dietpi'''
 
** Password: '''dietpi'''
  
== Arch ==
 
  
Folks are working on getting Arch going [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=6333 here in the forum.]
 
  
 
== OpenMediaVault ==
 
== OpenMediaVault ==
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* [[OpenMediaVault|OpenMediaVault Basic Setup]]
 
* [[OpenMediaVault|OpenMediaVault Basic Setup]]
 
* [http://omv-extras.org/joomla/index.php/omv-plugins-3/3-stable OpenMediaVault Plugins]
 
* [http://omv-extras.org/joomla/index.php/omv-plugins-3/3-stable OpenMediaVault Plugins]
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== LibreELEC(KODI) ==
 
== LibreELEC(KODI) ==
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* 8GB microSD card or eMMC module and above
 
* 8GB microSD card or eMMC module and above
 
** [https://libreelec.tv/downloads_new/rockchip/ Direct download from LibreElec site and look for PINE64 RockPro64-LibreELEC-RK3399.arm-x.x.x-rockpro64.img.gz]
 
** [https://libreelec.tv/downloads_new/rockchip/ Direct download from LibreElec site and look for PINE64 RockPro64-LibreELEC-RK3399.arm-x.x.x-rockpro64.img.gz]
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== Slackware==
 
== Slackware==
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**After done, power off board and remove micro SD. Then bootup with only eMMC module.
 
**After done, power off board and remove micro SD. Then bootup with only eMMC module.
  
== Nems Linux [No Longer Maintained] ==
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/nems.jpg
 
* NEMS stands for "Nagios Enterprise Monitoring Server" and it is a modern pre-configured, customized and ready-to-deploy Nagios Core image designed to run on low-cost micro computers.
 
* To find out more about NEMS on the PINE64 and available tweaks to the installation please visit the [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=7306 PINE64 forum thread]
 
* Login with
 
** Username: nemsadmin
 
** Password: nemsadmin
 
  
=== NEMS Linux [microSD / eMMC Boot] [v1.5 - build 1] ===
 
* DD image (for 16GB micoSD card and above)
 
** [https://nemslinux.com/download/nagios-for-pine64.php Download torrent seed or direct download from NEMS Linux]
 
** [http://files.pine64.org/os/ROCKPro64/nems/NEMS_v1.5-RockPro64-Build1.zip Direct download from pine64.org]
 
*** MD5 (XZ file): 2627bc0aa81e1c55de69a621d80987a5
 
*** File Size: 1.32GB
 
  
 
== NextCloudPi==
 
== NextCloudPi==
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** password: 1234
 
** password: 1234
  
== CentOS [No Longer Maintained] ==
 
  
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/centos.jpg
 
  
=== CentOS-7 Community Build Image [microSD Boot] ===
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== Batocera Linux ==
* Centos-7.4.1708 with kernel from Armbian-5.67 (minimum build)
 
** DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
 
** [https://github.com/Project31/centos-pine64/releases/download/v7.4.1708-v5.56/centos7-rock64pro.img.xz Project31 download mirrors]
 
* To find out more on installation process, please visit their [https://project31.github.io/pine64/ Project31 site]
 
* Login with
 
** username: root
 
** password: centos
 
  
== Chromium ==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/batocera_linux.png
  
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/chromium.jpg
 
* To learn more please visit [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=7659 Forum]
 
* DD image to microSD card or eMMC module. Highly recommend using [https://etcher.io/ Etcher]
 
 
=== Chromium  Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [Beta (R76)] ===
 
* [https://github.com/ayufan-rock64/chromiumos-build/releases/download/R76-12239.4.100.gf2199d0/chromiumos-rockpro64-R76-12239.4.100.gf2199d0.img.xz Direct download from ayufan's github]
 
*** size: 357MB
 
*** MD5 (Zip file): 9ead15fd85e039de3445abdfd3c5013e
 
 
== Batocera Linux ==
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/batocera_linux.png
 
 
* It is an operating system in retrogaming
 
* It is an operating system in retrogaming
 
* Visit the project's website here (https://batocera.org/)
 
* Visit the project's website here (https://batocera.org/)
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*** File Size: 857MB
 
*** File Size: 857MB
 
*** MD5 (gzip file): 3228bf24e555ef75bba562dfe09f30a4
 
*** MD5 (gzip file): 3228bf24e555ef75bba562dfe09f30a4
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== Recalbox ==
 
== Recalbox ==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/recalbox.png
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/recalbox.png
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* Recalbox allows you to re-play a variety of videogame consoles and platforms in your living room, with ease!  
 
* Recalbox allows you to re-play a variety of videogame consoles and platforms in your living room, with ease!  
 
* Visit the project's website here (https://www.recalbox.com/)
 
* Visit the project's website here (https://www.recalbox.com/)
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** [https://github.com/mrfixit2001/recalbox_rockpro64/releases Direct download latest release build from mrfixit2001 github]
 
** [https://github.com/mrfixit2001/recalbox_rockpro64/releases Direct download latest release build from mrfixit2001 github]
  
== Odroid Retro Arena==
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== Retro Arena==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/odroidretroarena.png
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/odroidretroarena.png
  
=== Odroid Retro Arena Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [Beta 0.0.8] ===
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=== Retro Arena Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [Beta 0.0.8] ===
 
* This is a BETA and therefore is not updatable nor supported however bugs or issues are appreciated to be identified and shared via the issues tab on our GitHub so that we can address them in the future. The Roshambo Case support is baked in with one major caveat due to kernel limitation: You can power the unit off by the POWER switch and the RESET button works 100% however to power the unit on you will need to manually plug/unplug the power cord. This limitation will not be present in future releases.
 
* This is a BETA and therefore is not updatable nor supported however bugs or issues are appreciated to be identified and shared via the issues tab on our GitHub so that we can address them in the future. The Roshambo Case support is baked in with one major caveat due to kernel limitation: You can power the unit off by the POWER switch and the RESET button works 100% however to power the unit on you will need to manually plug/unplug the power cord. This limitation will not be present in future releases.
 
* Visit the project's [http://odroidarena.com/downloads/]
 
* Visit the project's [http://odroidarena.com/downloads/]
* You can follow the ongoing discussion about Odroid Retro Arena on the [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=7555 forum]
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* You can follow the ongoing discussion about Retro Arena on the [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=7555 forum]
 
* DD image to microSD card and boot. Highly recommend using [https://etcher.io/ Etcher]
 
* DD image to microSD card and boot. Highly recommend using [https://etcher.io/ Etcher]
 
** [http://files.pine64.org/os/ROCKPro64/odroidretroarena/TheRA-RP64-BETA-0.8-FINAL.img.gz Direct download from pine64.org]
 
** [http://files.pine64.org/os/ROCKPro64/odroidretroarena/TheRA-RP64-BETA-0.8-FINAL.img.gz Direct download from pine64.org]
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*** MD5 (XZ file): fdfacfa8560356ba8d3aff0762c3e7cc
 
*** MD5 (XZ file): fdfacfa8560356ba8d3aff0762c3e7cc
 
*** File Size: 4.06GB
 
*** File Size: 4.06GB
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== OpenWrt ==
 
== OpenWrt ==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/OpenWrt.png
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/OpenWrt.png
  
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** username: root
 
** username: root
 
* Install a WebGUI: [https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-quick-start/ssh_connect_to_the_internet_and_install_luci Use SSH to connect to the internet and install Luci Web interface]
 
* Install a WebGUI: [https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-quick-start/ssh_connect_to_the_internet_and_install_luci Use SSH to connect to the internet and install Luci Web interface]
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== Nems Linux [No Longer Maintained] ==
 +
 +
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/nems.jpg
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* NEMS stands for "Nagios Enterprise Monitoring Server" and it is a modern pre-configured, customized and ready-to-deploy Nagios Core image designed to run on low-cost micro computers.
 +
* To find out more about NEMS on the PINE64 and available tweaks to the installation please visit the [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=7306 PINE64 forum thread]
 +
* Login with
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** Username: nemsadmin
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** Password: nemsadmin
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=== NEMS Linux [microSD / eMMC Boot] [v1.5 - build 1] ===
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* DD image (for 16GB micoSD card and above)
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** [https://nemslinux.com/download/nagios-for-pine64.php Download torrent seed or direct download from NEMS Linux]
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** [http://files.pine64.org/os/ROCKPro64/nems/NEMS_v1.5-RockPro64-Build1.zip Direct download from pine64.org]
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*** MD5 (XZ file): 2627bc0aa81e1c55de69a621d80987a5
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*** File Size: 1.32GB
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== CentOS [No Longer Maintained] ==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/centos.jpg
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=== CentOS-7 Community Build Image [microSD Boot] ===
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* Centos-7.4.1708 with kernel from Armbian-5.67 (minimum build)
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** DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
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** [https://github.com/Project31/centos-pine64/releases/download/v7.4.1708-v5.56/centos7-rock64pro.img.xz Project31 download mirrors]
 +
* To find out more on installation process, please visit their [https://project31.github.io/pine64/ Project31 site]
 +
* Login with
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** username: root
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** password: centos
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= BSD Images =
 
= BSD Images =
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==NetBSD==
 
==NetBSD==
[[File:Netbsd2.png]]
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/netbsd.png
  
 
To learn more about NetBSD please visit [https://www.netbsd.org/ NetBSD main page]  
 
To learn more about NetBSD please visit [https://www.netbsd.org/ NetBSD main page]  
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** password: [none]
 
** password: [none]
 
* Instructions concerning enabling SSH can be found [https://www.netbsd.org/docs/guide/en/chap-boot.html#chap-boot-ssh here]
 
* Instructions concerning enabling SSH can be found [https://www.netbsd.org/docs/guide/en/chap-boot.html#chap-boot-ssh here]
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==OpenBSD==
 
==OpenBSD==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/openbsd.jpg
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/openbsd.jpg
  
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Forum discussions [https://forum.pine64.org/forumdisplay.php?fid=109 are there.]
 
Forum discussions [https://forum.pine64.org/forumdisplay.php?fid=109 are there.]
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= Chromium OS =
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/chromium.jpg
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* To learn more please visit [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=7659 Forum]
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* DD image to microSD card or eMMC module. Highly recommend using [https://etcher.io/ Etcher]
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=== Chromium Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [Beta (R76)] ===
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* [https://github.com/ayufan-rock64/chromiumos-build/releases/download/R76-12239.4.100.gf2199d0/chromiumos-rockpro64-R76-12239.4.100.gf2199d0.img.xz Direct download from ayufan's github]
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*** size: 357MB
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*** MD5 (Zip file): 9ead15fd85e039de3445abdfd3c5013e
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= Android Images =
 
= Android Images =
 +
 
== Android 9.0.0 ==
 
== Android 9.0.0 ==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/android_9.png
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/android_9.png
 
  
 
=== Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20200804] ===
 
=== Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20200804] ===
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== Android 8.1.0 ==
 
== Android 8.1.0 ==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/android_8.png
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/android_8.png
  
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== Android 7.1.2 ==
 
== Android 7.1.2 ==
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/android_7.png
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/android_7.png
  

Revision as of 05:36, 29 December 2020

Contents

Linux Images

Manjaro ARM [microSD / eMMC Boot]

manjaro.png

  • To learn more about Manjaro please visit Manjaro Forum
  • DD image to microSD card or eMMC module. Highly recommend using Etcher
  • Console and SSH default login:
    • username: manjaro
    • password: manjaro


Manjaro KDE ARM Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot]

Manjaro MATE ARM Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot]

Manjaro XFCE ARM Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot]

Manjaro I3 ARM Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot]

Manjaro SWAY ARM Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot]


Armbian

armbian.png

  • To find out more about Armbian and available options please visit their site
  • Armbian pack as 7zip, please unzip first before dd.
  • DD image to microSD card or eMMC module and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher

Armbian Debian Buster XFCE Desktop [microSD / eMMC Boot]

Armbian Ubuntu Focal XFCE Desktop [microSD / eMMC Boot]

Armbian Ubuntu Bionic for Server and Light Desktop [microSD / eMMC Boot]

Armbian Ubuntu Focal for Server and Light Desktop [microSD / eMMC Boot]


AOSC

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  • To learn more about AOSC, please visit the official AOSC website
  • AOSC using LZ4 compression algorithm, please visit the LZ4 github site for utility
  • 8GB microSD card or eMMC module and above
  • Login with
    • username: aosc
    • password: anthon

AOSC KDE Community Build Image [microSD and eMMC Boot]

AOSC GNOME Community Build Image [microSD and eMMC Boot]

AOSC MATE Community Build Image [microSD and eMMC Boot]

AOSC Cinnamon Community Build Image [microSD and eMMC Boot]

AOSC XFCE Community Build Image [microSD and eMMC Boot]

AOSC LXDE Community Build Image [microSD and eMMC Boot]


Ayufan releases - Ubuntu and Debian

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Forum thread concerning these releases can be found here

A number of release versions are available based on either Ubuntu or Debian. In addition releases are available that are stable (based on a 4.4 kernel which has all the RockChip patches in it) or pre-releases (based on the latest linux kernel). An overview of the philosophy is on this GitHub page.

Clicking through on any chosen release header (or expanding the "assets" section under the Changelog) will provide options to download many images suitable for the ROCKPro64 as well as others suitable for other devices such as the Rock64 and PinebookPro - please read the download filenames carefully to choose precisely the image you desire.


Debian by Mrfixit2001

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Mrfixit has engineered 2 releases based on Debian.

Feature complete desktop release

See forum thread here.

Minimal Debian

Forum thread concerning this release can be found here

Official Debian

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As of April 2020 Debian have a ROCKPro64 image available. See forum thread here.

Instructions for creating a bootable image are in the README file on the Debian website, as at June 2020 these were in short

  • Download firmware.rockpro64-rk3399.img.gz
  • Download partition.img.gz
  • zcat firmware.rockpro64-rk3399.img.gz partition.img.gz > complete_image.img
  • dd if=complete_image.img of=your_chosen_boot_device bs=4M

What you now have is the official Debian installer that will boot and run on your ROCKPro64. You will need an Ethernet connection and to answer the various installer questions/options.


DietPi

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OpenMediaVault

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OpenMediaVault is the next generation network attached storage (NAS) solution, click this link to OMV main page to learn more.

Forum thread concerning this release can be found here

Stretch 32bit (armhf) [microSD / eMMC Boot] [0.8.3]

Stretch 64bit (aarch64) [microSD / eMMC Boot] [0.8.3]


LibreELEC(KODI)

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Official LibreElec KODI Build Image [microSD / eMMC boot]


Slackware

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Slackware Aarch64 XFCE Community Build Image [microSD Boot]

Slackware Aarch64 Miniroot Community Build Image [microSD Boot]

  • To run the OS on eMMC
    • Flash the image to micro SD, power up the board with micro SD and login
    • Copy the image file to micro SD by using SFTP. The image file must be in .img. note : root user are not allow transfer file to micro SD.
    • After finish copy the file, power off the board and add eMMC module to the board
    • Bootup the board, run below command for flashing to eMMC module
      • >>dd if=[image file] of=/dev/mmcblk1 bs=10M
        • example : dd if=slack-current-aarch64-xfce_29Sep18-4.4.162-rockpro64-build-20181126.img of=/dev/mmcblk1 bs=10M
      • then edit 2 files in eMMC module:
      • >> mount /dev/mmcblk1p1 /media
      • >> echo "rootdev=/dev/mmcblk1p1" >> /media/boot/uEnv.txt
      • >> sed -i 's:mmcblk0p1:mmcblk1p1:' /media/etc/fstab
    • After done, power off board and remove micro SD. Then bootup with only eMMC module.


NextCloudPi

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NextCloudPi Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [03-10-19]

  • NextCloudPi comes not only with NextCloud preinstalled, but also with management tools for backups, SSL certificates, SAMBA, enhanced security and more.
  • Visit the project's website
  • You can follow the ongoing discussion about NextCloudPi on the forum
  • DD image to microSD card and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher
  • Login with
    • username: root
    • password: 1234


Batocera Linux

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Batocera Linux Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [5.25-20200310]

Batocera Linux Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [5.24-20191108]


Recalbox

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Recalbox Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot]


Retro Arena

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Retro Arena Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [Beta 0.0.8]

  • This is a BETA and therefore is not updatable nor supported however bugs or issues are appreciated to be identified and shared via the issues tab on our GitHub so that we can address them in the future. The Roshambo Case support is baked in with one major caveat due to kernel limitation: You can power the unit off by the POWER switch and the RESET button works 100% however to power the unit on you will need to manually plug/unplug the power cord. This limitation will not be present in future releases.
  • Visit the project's [1]
  • You can follow the ongoing discussion about Retro Arena on the forum
  • DD image to microSD card and boot. Highly recommend using Etcher


OpenWrt

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OpenWrt Snapshot Build [microSD Boot]


Nems Linux [No Longer Maintained]

nems.jpg

  • NEMS stands for "Nagios Enterprise Monitoring Server" and it is a modern pre-configured, customized and ready-to-deploy Nagios Core image designed to run on low-cost micro computers.
  • To find out more about NEMS on the PINE64 and available tweaks to the installation please visit the PINE64 forum thread
  • Login with
    • Username: nemsadmin
    • Password: nemsadmin

NEMS Linux [microSD / eMMC Boot] [v1.5 - build 1]


CentOS [No Longer Maintained]

centos.jpg

CentOS-7 Community Build Image [microSD Boot]

  • Centos-7.4.1708 with kernel from Armbian-5.67 (minimum build)
  • To find out more on installation process, please visit their Project31 site
  • Login with
    • username: root
    • password: centos


BSD Images

NetBSD

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To learn more about NetBSD please visit NetBSD main page


OpenBSD

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Instructions to get OPenBSD on your ROCKPro64 are here.

Forum discussions are there.


Chromium OS

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  • To learn more please visit Forum
  • DD image to microSD card or eMMC module. Highly recommend using Etcher

Chromium Community Build Image [microSD / eMMC Boot] [Beta (R76)]


Android Images

Android 9.0.0

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Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20200804]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • Supports new RockPro64 AP6256 Wifi/BT module
  • Support Sony IMX214 camera module and works on both MiPi-CSI ports
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • DD image for 8GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 16GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 32GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 64GB eMMC module

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20200804]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (GZip file): 9ac830527814521e15b009fa2503c9e3
    • File Size: 589MB


Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20200708]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • Supports new RockPro64 AP6256 Wifi/BT module
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • DD image for 8GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 16GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 32GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 64GB eMMC module

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20200708]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (GZip file): 6d060ddd47ebcfd5cfcdbf90ec042c97
    • File Size: 589MB


Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20190427]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • Please ignore "internal problem with your device" popup message if appear on Android boot-up page.
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • DD image for 16GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 32GB eMMC module
  • DD image for 64GB eMMC module

Stock for DD method [micro SD Boot] [20190506]

  • DD image to microSD card and boot.
  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • Please ignore "internal problem with your device" popup message if appear on Android boot-up page.
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • DD image for 8GB microSD card
  • DD image for 16GB microSD card
  • DD image for 32GB microSD card
  • DD image for 64GB microSD card

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20190427]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (GZip file): 046BA4A07933120809FBE1B9577B7341
    • File Size: 592MB

Android 8.1.0

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Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20180828]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 9AEE21BC1B9DE886DCB0E64FA123988A
    • File Size: 414MB

Stock for DD method [micro SD Boot] [20181212]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 5A6BB7FCD7B3F77FCEE99CE462AE7405
    • File Size: 616MB

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20180828]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 4DACFE927BB09EE9C56B5232A7F624EE
    • File Size: 415MB

Android 7.1.2

android_7.png

Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20180809]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 00F194017557017C2588724686E90CEA
    • File Size: 498MB

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20180809]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 197A9905B48441D8655E7542F4643FE9
    • File Size: 483MB

Stock for DD method [micro SD Boot] [20180920]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): CE39642A379B357BB3E4BC80ACA2E0CE
    • File Size: 765MB

Stock for DD method [eMMC Boot] [20180518]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 33622034ACDBC31A7D7BB01ED634E29B
    • File Size: 345MB

Stock for RK Flash tool [eMMC Boot] [20180518]

  • Please unzip first and then using Android tool to flash in
  • The OTG port located at USB type-C connector, needs USB type A to type C cable.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): 90C1991DADAE13ADC94E927F171F8920
    • File Size: 342MB

Stock for install from SDcard to eMMC [microSD Boot] [20180921]

  • Use 'dd' to write the image to the eMMC module using the USB-to-eMMC adapter module and boot. Using Etcher or another specialized SD writing tool is preferred.
  • Please allow 3-5 minutes boot up time on first time for initialization
  • This build supports PINE64 7" LCD panel and UI follow tablet way (means not Android TV)
  • Direct download from pine64.org
    • MD5 (XZ file): c6900e82a1d6ef397dcac241f76f43c9
    • File Size: 350MB

Android SDK

Android P SDK [v9.0]


For Linux Developer

The Ayufan github page

Below are the LPDDR4 driver for RK3399

ROCKPro64 related files

Miscellaneous tools

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