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= Linux Image Releases =
 
= Linux Image Releases =
 
== Xenial Mate ==
 
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/mate.png
 
 
=== Xenial Mate [20170306] built by PINE64 ===
 
* '''This is a build including DE based on longsleep works and may not have all the up-to-date features offered by longsleep and Sunxi community'''. For latest build, you can create one and [http://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=376 following this thread]
 
* This build optimizes Gigabit Ethernet parameter and improves on GbE connectivity
 
* Included Mate Desktop, Firebox Browser, and LibreOffice Suite
 
* Included libvdpau-sunxi with SMPlayer
 
* Included with Wifi and Bluetooth
 
* Included library set that provides access to the GPIO headers in Linux as provided by community member KB3VGW (https://devhub.io/repos/kb3vgw-wiringPi-Pine64)
 
* Not yet optimize for Graphic acceleration
 
* Auto execute resize_rootfs.sh script on first boot-up to resize the root partition in order to fully utilize the SD Card
 
* Suitable for SOPINE Board only
 
* DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
 
** [http://files.pine64.org/os/SOPINE/ubuntu/xubuntu-xenial-mate-20170306-longsleep-sopine-8GB.img.gz Direct download from pine64.org]
 
** [http://cdn.pine64.uk/os/SOPINE/ubuntu/xubuntu-xenial-mate-20170306-longsleep-sopine-8GB.img.gz Direct download from pine64.uk]
 
*** MD5 (GZip file): 67E3CBF695AB4196C00F205AEB0F3623
 
*** File Size: 2.09GB
 
* Login with
 
** username: ubuntu
 
** password: ubuntu
 
 
 
== openSUSE Base Image ==
 
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/opensuse.png
 
 
=== openSUSE Base Image [20170328] ===
 
* Thanks to Terra854 for contributing the openSUSE build based on longsleep's kernel
 
* You can visit the project's website [http://pine64suse.weebly.com/ here]
 
* To find out more about openSUSE on the PINE64 please visit the [http://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=799 PINE64 forum thread]
 
* DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
 
** [http://files.pine64.org/opensuse/images/opensuse/opensuse-sopine-20170328.img.xz Direct download from pine64.org]
 
** [http://cdn.pine64.uk/os/opensuse/images/opensuse/opensuse-sopine-20170328.img.xz Direct download from pine64.uk]
 
*** MD5 (XZ file): 9D1F3CA66B6637132CC6900ABA96B1D7
 
*** File Size: 174MB
 
* Login with
 
** Username: pine64
 
** Password: pine64linux
 
** Root password: pine64root
 
'''The image includes a config tool which, among other options, allows users to install a desktop environment: sudo /usr/local/sbin/pine64-config.sh'''
 
  
  
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http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/armbian.png
 
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/armbian.png
  
=== Armbian Community Build Image [microSD Boot] ===
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=== Armbian Community Build Image [microSD Boot] {mainline kernel 4.19.y]===
 
* Armbian provides a build system and images for Debian/Xenial with BSP kernel and mainline kernel (beta)
 
* Armbian provides a build system and images for Debian/Xenial with BSP kernel and mainline kernel (beta)
 
* '''Two versions of Armbian images are available: legacy and vanilla. Legacy is strongly recommended for most users, whilst vanilla includes a mainline kernel which doesn't support DVFS, HDMI, onboard analog audio output, onboard IR receiver, CSI, DSI and TP interfaces
 
* '''Two versions of Armbian images are available: legacy and vanilla. Legacy is strongly recommended for most users, whilst vanilla includes a mainline kernel which doesn't support DVFS, HDMI, onboard analog audio output, onboard IR receiver, CSI, DSI and TP interfaces
 
* DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
 
* DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
** [https://dl.armbian.com/pine64so/Ubuntu_xenial_default.7z SOPINE Armbian download mirrors]
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** [https://dl.armbian.com/pine64so/Debian_stretch_next.7z Armbian's PINE A64 Ubuntu Bionic download mirrors]
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** [https://dl.armbian.com/pine64so/Ubuntu_bionic_next.7z Armbian's PINE A64 Debian Stretch download mirrors]
 
* Login with
 
* Login with
 
** username: root
 
** username: root
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** Password: volumio
 
** Password: volumio
 
* '''Volumio is controlled using a Web-GUI which can be accessed via a web browser using the boards IP or volumio.local/'''
 
* '''Volumio is controlled using a Web-GUI which can be accessed via a web browser using the boards IP or volumio.local/'''
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== Xenial Mate ==
 +
 +
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/mate.png
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 +
=== Xenial Mate [20170306] built by PINE64 ===
 +
* '''This is a build including DE based on longsleep works and may not have all the up-to-date features offered by longsleep and Sunxi community'''. For latest build, you can create one and [http://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=376 following this thread]
 +
* This build optimizes Gigabit Ethernet parameter and improves on GbE connectivity
 +
* Included Mate Desktop, Firebox Browser, and LibreOffice Suite
 +
* Included libvdpau-sunxi with SMPlayer
 +
* Included with Wifi and Bluetooth
 +
* Included library set that provides access to the GPIO headers in Linux as provided by community member KB3VGW (https://devhub.io/repos/kb3vgw-wiringPi-Pine64)
 +
* Not yet optimize for Graphic acceleration
 +
* Auto execute resize_rootfs.sh script on first boot-up to resize the root partition in order to fully utilize the SD Card
 +
* Suitable for SOPINE Board only
 +
* DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
 +
** [http://files.pine64.org/os/SOPINE/ubuntu/xubuntu-xenial-mate-20170306-longsleep-sopine-8GB.img.gz Direct download from pine64.org]
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** [http://cdn.pine64.uk/os/SOPINE/ubuntu/xubuntu-xenial-mate-20170306-longsleep-sopine-8GB.img.gz Direct download from pine64.uk]
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*** MD5 (GZip file): 67E3CBF695AB4196C00F205AEB0F3623
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*** File Size: 2.09GB
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* Login with
 +
** username: ubuntu
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** password: ubuntu
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 +
== openSUSE Base Image ==
 +
 +
http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_installer/json/opensuse.png
 +
 +
=== openSUSE Base Image [20170328] ===
 +
* Thanks to Terra854 for contributing the openSUSE build based on longsleep's kernel
 +
* You can visit the project's website [http://pine64suse.weebly.com/ here]
 +
* To find out more about openSUSE on the PINE64 please visit the [http://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=799 PINE64 forum thread]
 +
* DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
 +
** [http://files.pine64.org/opensuse/images/opensuse/opensuse-sopine-20170328.img.xz Direct download from pine64.org]
 +
** [http://cdn.pine64.uk/os/opensuse/images/opensuse/opensuse-sopine-20170328.img.xz Direct download from pine64.uk]
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*** MD5 (XZ file): 9D1F3CA66B6637132CC6900ABA96B1D7
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*** File Size: 174MB
 +
* Login with
 +
** Username: pine64
 +
** Password: pine64linux
 +
** Root password: pine64root
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'''The image includes a config tool which, among other options, allows users to install a desktop environment: sudo /usr/local/sbin/pine64-config.sh'''
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= Android Image Releases =
 
= Android Image Releases =

Revision as of 04:32, 16 April 2019

Note that, SOPINE OS images are also compatible with PINE A64-LTS

Linux Image Releases

Armbian

armbian.png

Armbian Community Build Image [microSD Boot] {mainline kernel 4.19.y]

  • Armbian provides a build system and images for Debian/Xenial with BSP kernel and mainline kernel (beta)
  • Two versions of Armbian images are available: legacy and vanilla. Legacy is strongly recommended for most users, whilst vanilla includes a mainline kernel which doesn't support DVFS, HDMI, onboard analog audio output, onboard IR receiver, CSI, DSI and TP interfaces
  • DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
  • Login with
    • username: root
    • password: 1234
  • To find out more about Armbian and available options please visit their site
  • Setup SOPINE Armbian LCD and Camera


Arch Linux mainline XFCE

archlinux.png

Arch Linux mainline with XFCE GUI by anarsoul

* From SSH Login default disable root to access . So please first login alarm after command su password root to switch root

OpenMediaVault

omv.png

OpenMediaVault Community Build Image [microSD Boot]

Volumio Digital Audio Player

volumio.png

Volumio Digital Audio Player [2.383-2018-03-17]

  • This version works with (Spdif / Coaxial / RCA).
  • You need to enable Volume Normalization in the Playback Options to fix sound low.
  • supports booting from eMMC and SD card.
  • supports a select number of simple I2S DACS. tested with the Pine64 DAC POT, a wired ES9023 DAC module and a pcm5121 DAC module.
  • Volumio is a linux-based headless DAP (digital audio player), which connects to your home stereo system or your DAC
  • Visit the project's website here
  • DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
  • Login with
    • Username: volumio
    • Password: volumio
  • Volumio is controlled using a Web-GUI which can be accessed via a web browser using the boards IP or volumio.local/

Volumio Digital Audio Player [2.315-2017-11-11]

  • This version works with (Spdif / Coaxial / RCA).
  • You need to enable Volume Normalization in the Playback Options to fix sound low.
  • For listen headphones this version have "hiss"
  • Volumio is a linux-based headless DAP (digital audio player), which connects to your home stereo system or your DAC
  • Visit the project's website here
  • DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
  • Login with
    • Username: volumio
    • Password: volumio
  • Volumio is controlled using a Web-GUI which can be accessed via a web browser using the boards IP or volumio.local/


Xenial Mate

mate.png

Xenial Mate [20170306] built by PINE64

  • This is a build including DE based on longsleep works and may not have all the up-to-date features offered by longsleep and Sunxi community. For latest build, you can create one and following this thread
  • This build optimizes Gigabit Ethernet parameter and improves on GbE connectivity
  • Included Mate Desktop, Firebox Browser, and LibreOffice Suite
  • Included libvdpau-sunxi with SMPlayer
  • Included with Wifi and Bluetooth
  • Included library set that provides access to the GPIO headers in Linux as provided by community member KB3VGW (https://devhub.io/repos/kb3vgw-wiringPi-Pine64)
  • Not yet optimize for Graphic acceleration
  • Auto execute resize_rootfs.sh script on first boot-up to resize the root partition in order to fully utilize the SD Card
  • Suitable for SOPINE Board only
  • DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
  • Login with
    • username: ubuntu
    • password: ubuntu


openSUSE Base Image

opensuse.png

openSUSE Base Image [20170328]

  • Thanks to Terra854 for contributing the openSUSE build based on longsleep's kernel
  • You can visit the project's website here
  • To find out more about openSUSE on the PINE64 please visit the PINE64 forum thread
  • DD image (for 8GB micoSD card and above)
  • Login with
    • Username: pine64
    • Password: pine64linux
    • Root password: pine64root

The image includes a config tool which, among other options, allows users to install a desktop environment: sudo /usr/local/sbin/pine64-config.sh


Android Image Releases

Android 7.x

android_7.png

Android 7.1 Community Build Image [v0.3.10-r66]

  • Special thanks to ayufan, Icenowy, lennyraposo, longsleep, lukasz, tkaiser, Xalius and PINE64 community contributors
  • ayufan Android 7.1 ver 0.3.10 GitHub
  • Please use good random IO access performance microSD card such as Samsung EVO when try out Android 7.1
  • DD images (advise 4GB microSD card and above):
  • Please allows some time (around 5 minutes) for the initialization process on 1st boot


Android 6.x

android_6.png

Android 6.0.1 [20170726]

[OLD] Android 6.0.1 [20170331]


Android 5.x

android_5.png

Android 5.1.1 [20160630]




Linux BSP SDK

Linux BSP [4.0]

Linux BSP [3.0]

Linux BSP [2.0], kernel [v3.10], with GPL compliance header



Android SDK

Android Oreo [v8.1]

Android Nougat [v7.0]

Android Marshmallow [v6.0]

Android Lollipop [v5.1.1]


Linux BSP SDK

Linux BSP [4.0]

Linux BSP [3.0]

Linux BSP [2.0], kernel [v3.10], with GPL compliance header


Android SDK

Android Oreo [v8.1]

Android Nougat [v7.0]

Android Marshmallow [v6.0]

Android Lollipop [v5.1.1]



Mali-400 64-bit Driver

Mali-400 64-bit Driver [20171220]